Spherical bearings, as with the ball joints, are used in spaces were it is difficult to mount the gas spring in perfect alignment.

Spherical bearings prevent lateral pressure to the piston rod which will extend the lifespan of the gas spring. Spherical bearings are maintenance free and do not need any lubrication.

Spherical bearingsGo to Dampers

Clevises are mostly being used when there is little or no space in the construction for brackets and counterparts like eyelets or ball joints.

Welding a steel rod or strip with a hole drilled into it will be enough to mount the clevis very easily. Especially when using gas springs with a high push or pull force the more solid clevis should be used.

Clevises Go to Blockable Springs

Ball joints are generally used in situations were it is difficult to mount the gas spring in perfect alignment.

Because the ball joints can swing about 18 degrees, this prevents lateral pressure from the piston rod against the inner seal which will extend the lifespan of the gas spring.


Ball joints Go to Gas Tension Springs

Eyes are the easiest connection part for gas springs. Eyes can be delivered in a variety of standard sizes and materials.

By using eyes with different lengths we are able to create the correct gas spring size while using a standard stock gas spring. On request eyes can be made according to customer specification.

Eyes Go to Gas Springs

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