Within the range shown in the table below, we produce damper telescopes, even in individual sizes.
The ends of the gas springs are threaded in principle, but can be chosen from a large variety of end fittings as required.
|Rod Ø [mm]||Cylinder Ø [mm]||Stroke [mm]||Extension||Compression||Both direction||Basic lenght calculation [mm]||Extended lenght calculation [mm]|
|FBG06||6||15||20 – 300||X||X||X||(C x2) +35||(C x2) +35 +G +H|
|FBG08||8||18||25 – 400||X||X||X||(C x2) +45||(C x2) +45 +G +H|
|FBG10||10||22||30 – 500||X||X||X||(C x2) +50||(C x2) +50 +G +H|
|FBG10/27||10||27||50 – 700||X||X||X||(C x2) +50||(C x2) +50 +G +H|
|FBG14||14||28||50 – 800||X||X||X||(C x2) +50||(C x2) +50 +G +H|
|FBG20||20||40||50 – 800||X||X||–||(C x2) +75||(C x2) +75 +G +H|
The value of G and H are different for each fitting type.
Function and structure:
The damper telescope is a cylinder filled with oil, which is divided by the piston rod into two interlocked internal chambers. When pushed by an external force, the oil in the piston openings causes an overpressure to cause the telescope to brake, over the entire lenght of the stroke.
Parts of dampers:
1, end fitting 2, piston rod 3, guiding element 4, seal 5, piston 6, oil 7, cylinder
Building engineering, furniture , automotive industry and all other places where telescopic power in not needed, but it is important to slow down and brake the structure.
The Fedbaer gas springs can be ordered with the following appearances and materials
Accessories for Fedbaer gas springs
The Fedbar gas springs can be ordered for the following temperature conditions: