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  • Shock Absorbers, Linear Dampers, and Dashpots-Image
    Shock Absorbers, Linear Dampers, and Dashpots - (285 companies)
    Shock absorbers, linear dampers, and dashpots provide motion damping in linear applications. They frequently incorporate fluid dampening, and can include mechanical or elastomeric elements. Shock absorbers, linear dampers, and dashpots provide...
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    Shock and Impact Sensors - (57 companies)
    Shock and impact sensors are devices that detect sudden or severe impacts at a predetermined level and indicate whether the level has been exceeded. Shock and impact sensors are used to detect and record shock or impact to a product or package...
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    Shock and Vibration Testing Shakers - (89 companies)
    Shock and Vibration Testing Shakers Information. Shock and vibration testing shakers are force generators or transducers that provide a vibration, shock, or modal excitation source for testing and analysis. Shakers are used to determine product...
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    Shock and Vibration (Dynamics) Testing Services - (243 companies)
    Shock and vibration (dynamics) testing services or dynamics testing of a finished product or component using shock, sine and random vibration or other dynamic test conditions. Shock and Vibration (Dynamics) Testing Services Information. Shock...
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    Rotary Dampers - (40 companies)
    ...dampers absorb and slow down rotary motion for the amendment of vibration, noise, and machine component wear. A rotary damper enables products to perform with a smooth mechanical motion. Rotary shock absorbers control vertical and lateral motion...
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    Screw Machine Shops - (640 companies)
    Screw machine shops provide high-volume manufacturing of screws and other turned or threaded parts from metals, plastics, and composite materials.
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    Gas Springs - (115 companies)
    ...and fully compressed position. Compressed length is the minimum length of shock (compressed position). Extended length is the maximum length of shock (extended position). The maximum rated force for shock absorber or damper, referred to as the P1 force...
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    Hydraulic Accumulators - (286 companies)
    Hydraulic accumulators use an incompressible fluid and a compressed gas, spring or raised mass to store energy, absorb shock, eliminate noise, and counter-balance loads. Description. Hydraulic accumulators use an incompressible fluid...
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    Speed Controls - (66 companies)
    ...speed controls utilize hydraulic liquid to absorb shock and dampen or slow motion. Air regulated speed controls use atmospheric air to dampen and absorb shock. Gas regulated speed controls utilize a special gas other than air to absorb shock; nitrogen...
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    Air Springs - (55 companies)
    Air springs contain a column of air in an elastomeric bellow or sleeve to provide suspension, isolation, or actuation. Commonly found in vehicle suspension systems, perhaps in conjunction with a coil spring, they are also used to insulate vibration in machinery and as linear or angular actuators.
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Spring technology for dampening is relatively old. Stagecoaches had leaf springs, early trains had large, crude, coil-spring buffers (to absorb shocks when cars bumped together) and early automobiles made use of simple springs for dampening as well. However, these early springs were roughly...

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...as much bearing material as possible to absorb the shock energy that is transferred to the bearing. This ratio should not fall below 0.5, especially in applications that will experience impact loading. This parameter will help to decrease the severity of misalignment. Misalignment increases the amount...

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...fastening methods. The SHB-series systems provide several advantages over traditional fastening methods. First, the viscoelastic properties of the adhesives can help absorb shock and distribute stress to eliminate the concentrated stress points of mechanical fasteners. This provides for high holding...

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...and they act as shock absorbers. The TiSport BB is built from titanium tubing to better absorb shock. The TiSport BB has a standard flip-up antitipper as shown here, or an adjustable titanium fifth wheel. The Leader from New Halls Wheels is a racing chair that features a unicrown fork for maximum...

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...and 65% rear to help cut understeer. The AWD has an open differential with a viscous coupling and a clutch pack that distributes torque based on traction needs. The independent rear suspension is a short long-arm (SLA), coil-over-shock design, echoing that found on the Explorer and Expedition...

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...are linear-acting devices that precisely regulate displacement versus time. Specifically, a load applied to the HSC's piston rod is maintained at a constant speed throughout the entire compression stroke. HSCs, like shock absorbers, transform kinetic energy into heat by means of hydraulic orificing...

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...not absorb shock and dynamic loads but, rather, transmit these to the mating components. Solid pins are often effective, but engineers need to closely examine the dynamic forces in many applications. For example, a common perception is that solid pins are the best option for heavy-duty applications...

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...ride quality and handling. Up front, a SLA suspension using a coil-over-shock design replaces torsion bars. According to Ford, switching from torsion bars to coil springs cuts rough-road steering-column shake and ride harshness by letting components absorb impact forces when wheels hit sharp bumps...

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...are formulated to withstand severe shock, peel, and impact. They bear heavy loads, withstand chemicals, endure extreme temperatures, absorb energy, and can take large deformations without rupturing. Specialty-vehicle manufacturers, for example, now use structural adhesives to replace or augment...

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