Stainless steel gas spring GST-40
for industrial usefor heavy loads

stainless steel gas spring
stainless steel gas spring
stainless steel gas spring
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Rod material
stainless steel
for industrial use
Other characteristics
for heavy loads

Max.: 562 kgf

Min.: 34 kgf


Max.: 15.8 in

Min.: 2 in

Rod diameter

0.8 in


Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type GST-40 Tandem Optimized dual force for heavy flaps and wide angle applications Valve Technology Cover two differing force ranges: Tandem gas springs by ACE are maintenance-free and ready-to-install. Two pressure tubes deliver different extension forces and progression curves. With this type of gas spring you cover the different force ranges between the start and end of an application. ACE provides free specification support to deliver a gas spring that meets your specific application needs. We manufacture and adjusted precisely to the required dynamics of the application. A comprehensive range of accessories guarantees easy assembly and a broad range of uses, are specifically suitable for heavy loads with large opening angle. Stainless steel versions are available to meet environmental or appearance requirements. Tandem push type gas springs from ACE are used in industrial applications such as in automation and machine building, in the automobile, electronics and furniture industries, but also in medical technology as well as for service hatches. TECHNICAL DATA Progression According to calculation relating to your application. Lifetime Approx. 250,000 cycles Operating temperature range -4 °F to +176 °F Material Outer body, End fittings: Zinc plated steel; Piston rod: Steel with wear-resistant coating Operating fluid Nitrogen gas and oil Mounting In any position. Please adopt the mounting points determined by ACE.
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