The multipurpose technology and modular design of our hydraulic damper make it customizable for a variety of applications. It works in temperature fluctuations of up to 120 °C (248 °F).
Advantages of Hydraulic Dampers
Hydraulic dampers assure consistent and reliable performance at any speed. Their well-controlled damping curve fine tunes forces for flat, progressive or reverse damping action. It also controls the damping forces to minimize the bounce effect. Thanks to their inside valve, hydraulic dampers are less temperature-sensitive compared to shear dampers. They have a longer life expectancy than a gas piston. Their small size reduces costs, and their compact design ensures dampening of greater forces in a smaller available space.
Design and Functional Principles
Our damper creates reliable damping at any closing speed. Its efficient modular design allows for quick development of customized motion control solutions for various types of furniture and other applications.
Titus dampers slow down linear or rotary movement before reaching a resting position.
By converting kinetic energy into thermal energy, hydraulic dampers reduce hard shocks and oscillation amplitudes. In a linear damper, the kinetic energy of the moving object is transferred through the steel rod to the valve in the damping cylinder. Hydraulic fluid is pushed through the valve and heat is generated. As the spring returns the valve to its original position, hydraulic fluid flows back into the damping chamber.