Stainless steel gas spring GZ series
for industrial usetraction

stainless steel gas spring
stainless steel gas spring
stainless steel gas spring
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stainless steel
for industrial use
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Industrial Gas Springs – Pull Type GZ-15-V4A to GZ-40-VA Very low progression rate with FDA approval Valve Technology, Stainless Steel Traction force 9 lbs to 1,124 lbs Stroke 0.79 in to 23.62 in Brilliant performance when things become tight: For specific use in tough surroundings or small spaces, the broad spectrum of ACE stainless steel industrial pull type gas springs come in body diameters from 0.59" to 1.57" (15 to 40 mm). These units supplement the comprehensive program of the ACE industrial pull type gas springs with valves. This high quality design is rust free and is more robust against environmental impact compared with standard gas pull type springs. These stainless steel gas springs are also visually appealing, very durable and available, upon request, in many stroke lengths and traction forces. A comprehensive range of accessories in stainless steel guarantees easy assembly and a broad range of uses. ACE industrial push type springs made of stainless steel are used in industries such as the chemical and food industry, in automobiles, plant engineering and shipbuilding and also in medical, military, environmental and water supply technology. TECHNICAL DATA Traction force 9 lbs to 1,124 lbs Stroke 0.79 in to 23.62 in Piston rod diameter Ø 0.16 in to Ø 1.10 in Progression Approx. 11 % to 45 % Lifetime Approx. 50,000 cycles Operating temperature range -4 °F to +176 °F Material Outer body, Piston rod, End fittings: Stainless steel (1.4301/1.4305, AISI 304/303 and 1.4404/1.4571, AISI 316L/316Ti) Operating fluid Nitrogen gas Mounting With piston rod upwards.
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