Eyelet Gas Springs Datasheets
from Bansbach Easylift® of North America, Inc.
The easylift ® system is based on the “Lego-modular system ”. Advantage: There are an infinite number of off the shelf component combinations. This allows you to pick and choose from the most comprehensive product line available. You will have a “plug and play ” solution... [See More]
- Mounting: Ball & Socket (optional feature); Clevis (optional feature); Eyelet (optional feature); Threaded Ends (optional feature); Other Specialized Mount (optional feature)
- Maximum Force (P1): 1.57 to 2698
- Stroke: 0.3937 to 39.37
- Dampening Method: Gas
from H.A. Guden Co., Inc.
Gas springs provide a controlled opening force, making them ideal for lids that need help swinging up. On the menu above Guden offers gas springs in many sizes and forces, with chrome rods and black nitrate rods. [See More]
- Mounting: Ball & Socket; Clevis; Eyelet; Threaded Ends; Other Specialized Mount
- Extended Length: 9.6
- Stroke: 1 to 3.25
- Maximum Force (P1): 20
from Industrial Gas Springs, Inc.
This range of compression gas springs covers a wide range of strokes and forces and will meet the requirements of most applications. Strokes range from 2.4" to 20" and forces from 9 to 1120 lbs. All are available with Release Valves . If uncertain of the force required, order the spring charged to... [See More]
- Mounting: Ball & Socket (optional feature); Clevis (optional feature); Eyelet (optional feature); Threaded Ends
- Compressed Length: 15.08
- Stroke: 10
- Extended Length: 25.08
from Magnus Mobility Systems, Inc.
Infinite adjustment of positions. Rigid (positive) or elastic (cushioned) locking. Counter balances forces [See More]
- Mounting: Rod End; Eyelet
- Compressed Length: 6.61
- Stroke: 2.36
- Extended Length: 8.98