Struts

Lightweight Design: ContiTech Develops World's First Polyamide Strut Mount for Passenger Car Chassis
Suspension Mounts

Lightweight Design: ContiTech Develops World's First Polyamide Strut Mount for Passenger Car Chassis

- Lightweight variant with fiberglass-reinforced polyamide 25 percent lighter than aluminum design - Enhanced ride comfort thanks to highly insulating rubber element AUBURN HILLS, Mich. - ContiTech Vibration Control - the strut mount specialist based in Hanover, Germany - has developed a strut mount in which fiberglass-reinforced BASF Ultramid polyamide is also used as the primary structural...

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High-Performance Struts suit aerospace and military industries.
Struts

High-Performance Struts suit aerospace and military industries.

Designed for hold-open and lock-in-place applications, high-performance struts include scissor struts that are qualified for JSFM62 and JSFM64 programs by meeting/exceeding JSFM specifications for tension, compression, and handling loads. Available products also include telescoping, fixed-length, and spring struts as well as hold-open rods. Depending on type, struts can be specified with...

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Thomas & Betts' Strut Assembly Components Electro-Galvanized Finish Outperforms Competitors
Struts

Thomas & Betts' Strut Assembly Components Electro-Galvanized Finish Outperforms Competitors

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Thomas & Betts' Superstrut® strut assembly components are now available with the improved SilverGalv® Electro-Galvanized Finish, which outperforms competitors' painted and pre-galvanized finishes in resisting corrosion and abrasion. Superstrut assemblies made of components plated with the new SilverGalv Electro-Galvanized Finish can be specified in a wider variety of...

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Mechanical Struts come in standard and high-load models.
Struts

Mechanical Struts come in standard and high-load models.

Standard mechanical struts feature stainless steel shell construction and springs, with M6 ends. Stroke lengths range from 2 to 5 in. with forces from 17 to 63 lbs. High load struts have stainless steel shell and high tensile carbon steel springs with M8 ends. Stroke lengths range from 1 to 4.6 in. with forces from 238 to 529 lbs. Mechanical struts withstand operating temperatures up to...

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