Stainless steel gas spring GS-22-VA
for industrial use

stainless steel gas spring
stainless steel gas spring
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Characteristics

Rod material
stainless steel
Applications
for industrial use
Force

Min.: 100 N

Max.: 1,200 N

Description

Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type GS-22-VA With food grade oil according to FDA approval Valve Technology, Stainless Steel Stroke 50 mm to 700 mm Protection against corrosion and superior optics for even more sophisticated requirements: Based on ACE's industrial gas push type springs GS-8 to 40 made of steel, these models combine all advantages of stainless steel: they look great and are rust free. They are filled with food-grade oil as standard, which conforms to the requirements of FDA 21 CFR 178.3570. These ACE gas push type springs do not only look good, they also are available in various stroke lengths and possible extension forces. A comprehensive range of accessories in stainless steel guarantees easy assembly and a broad range of uses. ACE industrial gas pressure springs made of stainless steel are used in the automotive sector, in industrial applications, mechanical engineering and medical cleanroom technology as well as in the food, electronics and shipbuilding industries. Stroke 50 mm to 700 mm Piston rod diameter Ø 10 mm Progression Approx. 29 % to 33 % Lifetime Approx. 10.000 m Operating temperature range -20 °C to +80 °C Material Outer body, Piston rod, End fittings: stainless steel (1.4301/1.4305, AISI 304/303) Operating fluid nitrogen gas and HLP oil according to DIN 51524, part 2 Mounting We recommend mounting with piston rod downwards to take advantage of the built-in end position damping. End position damping length approx. 20 mm (depending on the stroke) Positive stop External positive stop at the end of stroke provided by the customer.

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