Small Gas Strut
Small gas struts are devices that use compressed gas to provide controlled and smooth motion in a variety of applications. They are typically small, compact and are used to assist in lifting, holding, or moving objects such as lids, doors, and windows.
Small gas struts consist of a piston rod and cylinder filled with pressurized gas, usually nitrogen, that work together to provide a smooth and controlled motion. When the gas strut is compressed, the gas inside the cylinder is forced through a small orifice, which creates a resistance that slows down the motion of the piston rod.
Small gas struts are commonly used in automotive applications such as trunk and hood supports, as well as in the manufacturing industry for lifting and positioning equipment. They can also be found in furniture and medical equipment, as well as in marine and aerospace applications.
It is important to select the appropriate size and strength of gas strut for the intended application to ensure safe and reliable operation.
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