Due to the special valve technology, the easystop spring offers a gripping force which allows stepless positioning. The blocking is maintained at each point of the gas spring until an additional hand force opens the valve and releases the blocking. A trip is not required.
As a result, this gas spring variant behaves as a standard gas spring, as a result of which the necessary force support during the extension of the piston rod is ensured. The force is selected in such a way that the gas spring does not extend independently.
The easystop gas spring is offered in two variants. The adjustable BY variant is particularly suitable in the configuration phase for determining the necessary range of the holding force. By rotating the piston rod in the extended state, a holding force of up to 800N can be achieved.
For larger quantities or specification of the specification, the fixed version BX is recommended.
The new series are characterized by a particularly flat characteristic curve and an optimized progression. This means for the user that the ejection force of the gas spring is nearly the same at each stroke position. The force difference between the retracted and extended piston rod is therefore very small.
In addition, the small piston rod diameter also offers significant advantages with limited installation space. The required space is just 6mm for the piston rod. And also the cylinder diameter with minimum 15 mm does not need much space
We also manufacture this gas spring exactly as you wish. You get the stroke, the pushing force and the connecting parts, which you need for your application.
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Aspect Imaging’s Embrace MRI system named one of the 12 most important health innovation of 2017 by Popular Science magazine.
According to the news release, the Embrace™ Neonatal MRI gained premarket clearance through a 510(k) submission, demonstrating that the new device is substantially equivalent to a legally marketed predicate device. The Embrace™ system is purported to be a fully enclosed system that does not required a safety zone or a radiofrequency shielded room, and can therefore be placed within the NICU itself.