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How a damper gas spring works

The piston is pushed forward by the gas.

It is designed to set and regulate the speed of the rod exit. 

The cushioned cylinders include an oil charge of 65% of the internal volume. These gas springs cushion the rod extension at a speed of around 0.1 m/s. Rod retraction is free. Caution: inflation force is greatly reduced.


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