Gas Springs
Function of our gas compression spring
Gas pressure springs are used to balance weight and thus work against the weight force of a cover. A gas strut is an enclosed, maintenance-free. To cushion the end position and to lubricate the gas springs, it also contains a small quantity of hydraulic oil. The amount of oil influences the gas spring's internal pressure.
Applications of compression springs:
Gas pressure springs are used in all situations where weights need to be lifted or lowered in a controlled way without the exertion of great force. They are used to open and hold items of furniture, in automobile construction, engineering, sports, leisure and household appliances, medical technology and many other fields of industry and for private uses.
A wide range of suitable end fittings and mounting brackets is available for attaching gas struts easily.