Tuff Support Gas Charged springs are most commonly used in the family car to hold open the bonnet or boot and to provide control over the opening movement of these heavy and potentially dangerous apparatus.
**Controlled Movement - the rate of motion of the spring is controlled by using special engineering techniques to slow or “damp” the shaft/rod movement, to a pre-determined rate.
**Measured force in Newtons to pre-determined tolerances
**Variable distances of movement of spring
**Long working life of gas springs
**Space efficient - gas springs require minimal space for housing within a mechanical environment