Gas Springs

Gas Spring features all metric interfaces.
Gas Springs

Gas Spring features all metric interfaces.

Model T2SLM Stock Lifter gas spring withstands 2 mil cycles between rebuilds. Lock ring style cartridge provides easy rebuild. Guidance and lift in one compact design eliminates need for additional guide bushings or anti-rotation feature. Double tube design isolates spring from side load. Lifter adjusts with force range from 100-700 lb and resists die fluid ingestion. Controlled return speed...

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Nitrogen Gas Springs use 2-way valve to adjust force.
Gas Springs

Nitrogen Gas Springs use 2-way valve to adjust force.

Model T3-1500 is 2Â-½ in. in diameter with contact force of 3,375 lb, while Model T3-9500 has 6 in. diameter and contact force of 21,400 lb. All T3 springs operate in both self-contained and hosed system mode. Units include safety guide, tapped holes for mounting, ISO square mounting groove for standard flange options, and hardened, corrosion-resistant rod finish. Oil retaining pipe is...

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Nitrogen Gas Spring Rail Lifter offers 3/4 ton force.
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Nitrogen Gas Spring Rail Lifter offers 3/4 ton force.

Model SLC.800 features stroke lengths of 50-150 mm and forces on contact from 395-1,580 lb. Extended guide support eliminates need for separate guidance components. Internal cushion helps prevent rail vibration, facilitating smooth operation at high production rates. Operated as linked system to ensure uniform lifting force, unit is supplied with open flow fitting. It includes narrow flange mount...

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Nitrogen Die Cylinders offer force ranges from 40-61,000 psi.
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Nitrogen Die Cylinders offer force ranges from 40-61,000 psi.

Nitrogen Die Cylinders combine single-piece nitrided rod lapped to less than .05 microns, polyurethane rod seals, and self-lubricating guide elements. Composite rod wiper prevents interior contamination. Models include the MCS/NE minicylinders, ISO standard SC series, higher force ISO style H series, HR series for higher force in shorter profile, and compact K series for maximum loading pressure....

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Gas Spring attaches to stock rails.
Gas Springs

Gas Spring attaches to stock rails.

SL stock lifter gas spring with counterbore for rail attachments eliminates need for pins, bushings, or other devices to guide rails up and down as metal stock travels through die. Device attaches to stock rails and is available with stroke lengths from 25 to 210 mm. Force range is adjustable between 112-800 lb. Updated spring can be ordered with or without stock lifter cap.

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Gas Springs suit transfer and progressive die applications.
Gas Springs

Gas Springs suit transfer and progressive die applications.

Designed for part-lifting applications, T2SL Stock Lifters replace air cylinders that require shop air and provide 2 million cycles between rebuilds. Products incorporate guidance and lift in one compact, double-tube design that isolates gas spring from side load. With adjustable force range of 100-700 lb, units resist die fluid ingestion and offer controlled return speed option for reduced pad...

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Gas Spring fights corrosion with stainless steel.
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Gas Spring fights corrosion with stainless steel.

Stainless-steel shafted Model GSSX offers extensive corrosion resistance and is suitable for marine applications where salt water would cause premature failure of other gas springs. It includes lip seal inside spring's tube and high-srength composite endfittings. Variety of shaft, tube and stroke dimensions are available, as well as wide variety of P1 forces.

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Gas Springs handle high tonnage.
Gas Springs

Gas Springs handle high tonnage.

T3 Series nitrogen gas springs are available in five models: T3-350, T3-500, T3-1000, T3-2400 and T3-4200, in diameters from 1 1/4 to 3 3/4 in., with forces from 785 to 9442 lb. Springs operate in self-contained or hosed system mode. They have hardened, corrosion resistant rod finish, safety guide, tapped holes for easy mounting, compact 2 way valve for force adjustability, and ISO square...

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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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