Rotary Dampers for your innovative designs.
Featured Product from Takachiho America, Inc.
A rotary damper utilizes the braking force generated by the oil's viscosity resistence. The braking force generated by oil viscosity, clearance between the rotor and the main body, and the oil's contact area varies based on the structure
1-1) Temperature characteristics
The torque of a rotary damper varies according to the ambient temperature. This is because the viscosity of the oil inside the damper changes according to the temperature.
1-2) Speed characteristics
The braking torque of a rotary damper varies according to the cycle rate. In general, the torque increases when the cycle rate increases, and the torque decreases when the cycle rate decreases. The rated torque listed in the catalogue is the torque generated when the cycle rate is 20rpm.
Dampers and Shock Absorbers
With our dampers, you can add a sophisticated and smooth soft-closing movement to your lid closing design. Takachiho America's dampers utilize the braking force that is generated by the silicone oils velocity resistance to provide the soft-closing feature. We offer Rotary, Linear (shock absorbing), Disk, and other various types of dampers to suit your needs and will work with you to recommend the best dampers for your innovative designs.
Takachiho America (TK America), Inc. was established as a subsidiary of Takachiho Koheki Co., Ltd.(TK) in 2015. Founded in 1952, Takachiho Koheki has the pedigree of a thoroughbred technology trading company of cutting edge mechanical and electrical components around the world.
Takachiho America focuses on Motion Control Solutions and Business Development.
Motion Control Solutions
As a leading supplier of mechanical components such as slide rails, soft absorbers, dampers, conston springs, and cable guides worldwide, our technically trained sales team works with our engineers to develop innovative and reliable products to meet the demand of our customers in every manufacturing industry.
Our services include:
- Design Consultations
- Development and Customization of Mechanical Components
- Preparation for Mass Production