Tool Box Lift Support
Tool box lift support, also known as gas struts or gas springs, are mechanical devices that help to lift and support the lid or door of a tool box or other similar object. Tool box lift support work by using compressed gas, typically nitrogen, to create a force that helps to lift and hold the lid or door in an open position.
When selecting a tool box lift support, it’s important to consider factors such as the weight of the lid or door, the length of the support required, and the mounting hardware needed to attach the support to your tool box. It’s also important to ensure that the tool box shocks you choose is strong enough to handle the weight of your lid or door.
Some common types of tool box lift supports include:
Gas struts: These are the most common type of lift support and use compressed gas to provide lifting force.
Torsion bars: These use a twisting motion to provide lifting force and are often used in smaller tool boxes.
Coil springs: These are often used in combination with other lift support mechanisms to provide additional support.
When installing toolbox lift support, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully and use the appropriate tools and hardware. Proper installation will ensure that your tool box lid or door is properly supported and easy to open and close.
Tool Box Lift Support application