Pulling Gas Spring
A pulling gas spring is a type of spring that uses compressed gas, typically nitrogen, to apply a force. To pull a gas spring, you will need to apply a force to the piston rod in the opposite direction to the force that the tension gas spring is exerting.
To pulling a gas spring, you can use a variety of tools, including pliers or a specialized gas spring puller. When using pliers, be sure to grip the piston rod firmly and pull it in a straight line to avoid damaging the pull type gas spring. If you are using a gas spring puller, follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully to ensure that you are using the tool safely and effectively.
It’s important to note that gas springs are designed to operate within specific force and temperature ranges. Pulling gas spring beyond its rated force or subjecting it to extreme temperatures can cause damage or failure. Be sure to check the specifications of your gas spring and follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for safe use.
Pulling Gas Spring Installation Dimensions
Pulling Gas Spring Application
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