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Designers at ACE Controls Inc., Farmington, Mich., had their work cut out for them - design an industrial shock absorber with a larger-bore piston to absorb more energy, but keep the unit size the... (View Full Article)
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Adjusting the standard cushions on today's air cylinders isn't rocket science, but it's something many people don't completely understand. That's one reason why Hydraulics & Pneumatics published a... (View Full Article)
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Hydraulic shock absorbers decelerate loads by converting their kinetic energy into heat, then dissipating that heat into the atmosphere. Typically, a load contacts and strokes a piston to displace oil... (View Full Article)
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Imagine being told to redesign your company's mainstay product, improve its performance by 50%, and constrain its size. If that sounds nearly impossible to you, then you're not alone. Engineers f4rom... (View Full Article)
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A line of miniature shock absorbers decelerates heavy loads moving at low velocities, offering increased energy per cycle. The SC2 Heavyweight II Series from ACE Controls Inc., Farmington Hills,... (View Full Article)
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The Turbo Drop thrill ride lifts 12 passengers, seated on the outside of an octagonal metal cage, straight up to 180 ft. above the ground, holds them there for a moment, and then drops them - actually... (View Full Article)
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Adjustable shock absorbers are widely used because they provide an economical way to decelerate loads, prevent impact damage, dampen noise, and increase equipment speeds. They're also simple to apply.... (View Full Article)
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In traditional industrial shock absorbers, size and power are dependent on piston diameter, which is limited by the wall thickness of the outer and inner tubes. Enginners at ACE Controls Inc.,... (View Full Article)