Nitrogen-gas springs

April 7, 2011
The UH Series of high-tonnage nitrogen-gas springs consists of eight models ranging from 32 to 120 mm in diameter with contact forces from 810 to 14,894 lb

The UH Series of high-tonnage nitrogen-gas springs consists of eight models ranging from 32 to 120 mm in diameter with contact forces from 810 to 14,894 lb. The springs use a bearing and seal to extend gas spring life and provide good wear characteristics. All models come standard with a G 1/8 port for linked operation using common hose and fittings. The springs are available in stroke lengths up to 125 mm, with a variety of attachable mounts and accessories.

Dadco
43850 Plymouth Oaks Blvd.
Plymouth, MI 48170
(800) 323-2687
www.dadco.net

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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