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Gas Springs are available in the following sizes:
Force increases on a linear scale as the Gas Spring is compressed.6 - 15 - Load Ratio 1.2, M6 *1.0 thread - for door weights of 1 - 10 kg.(6 - 15 refers to 6mm rod and 15mm tube dia)8 - 18 - Load Ratio 1.3, M6 *1.0 thread - for door weights of 6 - 35 kg10 - 23 - Load Ratio 1.3, M8 *1.25 thread - for door weights of 25 - 140 kg14 - 28 - Load Ratio 1.5, M10 x 1.5 thread - for door weights of 100 - 350 kg(1kg = 9.8 N - 1lb = 4.45 N)
Calculating loads using load ratios:
The ration between initial load and final load is given in the table above.Example: For a gas spring with an 8mm diameter rod and an intial load of 100N, the final load will be (100N x 1.3 ) = 130N(Final Load - intial Load x Load Ratio)(1kg = 9.8 N - 1b = 4.45 N)A page to assist you in selecting the correct Spring is included at the end of the site.If you are unsure of the spring to use, please contact us.
Replacement Gas Springs:
Should you require replacement Gas Springs for your existing equipment, please provide us with the following informationa. Diameter of Tube and Rodb. Extended length. c. Type of end fittings used.d. Stroke length.e. Any information given on the side of the existing Gas Spring.f. Load if known.
User adjustable version of the Nitrider Gas Strut. A bleed valve is fitted to enable the user to adjust the P1 force of the spring. Each size is pressurised to the maximum available P1 force for that range. Once installed, the adjustment may be made without removing the spring, saving considerable time and effort. This is ideal for prototyping new applications and those which cater for varying weights. Black coated body and durable rod with nitrided anti corrosive surface.
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