Gas Springs

Gas springs, also known as gas struts or gas shocks, are mechanical devices that use compressed gas to provide a controlled force for lifting, lowering, or supporting objects. They are often used in a wide range of applications, including automotive, aerospace, industrial, and medical industries. The basic design of a gas spring consists of a cylinder filled with high-pressure gas, typically nitrogen, and a piston that moves inside the cylinder. The piston is attached to a rod, which extends from the cylinder to the object that needs to be lifted or supported. When the gas spring is compressed, the gas inside the cylinder is compressed as well, creating a force that pushes the piston and rod outward. This force can be adjusted by varying the pressure of the gas inside the cylinder or by changing the size of the piston

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