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Industrial Gas Springs, Inc.

Industrial Gas Springs Inc (IGS)., supplies a full range of high quality compression gas springs, locking gas springs, tension and stainless steel gas springs, dampers, gas struts and gas shocks in collaboration with IGS Ltd., England. Both companies supply the specialized needs of original equipment manufacturers who require higher quality springs than are generally available from other manufactures.

Whether you are a first time or long time user, this site contains a wealth of information to aid in your design efforts. While a gas spring is typically used to counterbalance rotating and straight lift loads, many other innovative uses have been developed in collaboration with our application and product engineers. To save you time and money, we provide all customers with free concept to production computer design services.

Our product range includes standard and custom designed gas springs with strokes from less than 1" to over 30" and forces from 2 lbs to 2200 lbs. All are available in standard materials, stainless steel and anodized aluminum when weight is a key consideration.

IGS has successfully supplied the specialized needs of OEMs for over 20 years. Keys to our success are our high and consistent quality, renowned computer aided design service and above all a commitment to customer satisfaction and support.






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Gas Spring Technical Info: Damping (Shock and Vibration Control Products) Damping is achieved regulating the flow of gas and/or fluid through the valved orificing of the gas damper piston. Commonly used compression gas springs when mounted in a rod down orientation achieve... (View Full Article)
Gas Spring Technical Info: Do's and Don'ts (Shock and Vibration Control Products) Use standard gas springs rod down, i.e. the spring should be mounted so that it spends most time in a rod down position, within 60° of vertical, thus ensuring the seal stays lubricated. For tension... (View Full Article)