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Gas Springs Provide High Force in a Small Space

October 1, 2013

Hyson, Brecksville, OH, introduces its T4SC next-generation sub-compact nitrogen gas springs. The compact bore-seal springs, designed to provide high force per cylinder diameter, prove ideal where space is limited and high forces are required. They can be hosed together and charged remotely using a control panel and hose system. As an option, several models can be delivered with a side port plate. Repair kits are available for most models.

Charging pressure ranges from 360 to 2175 PSI. Maximum stroke rate ranges from 50 to 100 strokes/min. A 14-page catalog displays complete specifications for nine models in the lineup, and their mounting options. Maximum contact force: 41,140 lb.

Hyson: 440/526-5900;

Industry-Related Terms: Stroke, Plate
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See also: HYSON

Technologies: Tooling


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