Technical Articles

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Airpot Corporation


Airpot Corporation has published these technical articles:

(Shock and Vibration Control Products)
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Use for time delay applications. Damping coefficient is almost always the primary determinant for applications where a specific time delay is required.... (View Full Article)
(Shock and Vibration Control Products)
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Limits based on damping direction. Force always relates to the net load which is pushing or pulling on the dashpot. Typically, force will dictate the unit's size when the Airpot is used in the dashpot... (View Full Article)
(Pneumatic Equipment and Components)
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The Airpel Air Cylinder does away with any perceptible stiction. And reduces running friction to exceedingly low levels. This gives it the unique ability to impart super smooth motion - motion... (View Full Article)
(Springs)
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Damping direction and starting position of the piston combine to affect the rate of force rise. In an air dashpot, at the beginning of the stroke, the piston will quickly travel a finite distance with... (View Full Article)
(Pneumatic Equipment and Components)
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Airpel Anti-Stiction Air Cylinders are the lowest friction and smoothest running unitized body air cylinders available today... (View Full Article)
(Shock and Vibration Control Products)
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Mounting configurations. Choosing the right rod end can greatly facilitate mounting as well as avoid friction and wear in the mechanism being damped. Standard choices are: plain end, loop or rod eye... (View Full Article)
(Shock and Vibration Control Products)
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The main consideration for shock absorber configurations. Kinetic energy dictates the size requirement when the Airpot unit is to be used in the shock absorber (snubber) configuration. Maximum energy... (View Full Article)

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