Spring Gas доклад по теме Технологии

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Spring Gas
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HOW DO SPRINGS GAS WORK?
HOW DO SPRINGS GAS WORK?
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Anatomy of Springs Gas 
All gas springs contain a chamber that stores nitrogen in what is called a pneumatic chamber. This chamber allows for pressures from as little as 10 pounds to as much as 450 pounds (or more) of potential energy to be stored in the spring. The other main area is the hydraulic chamber where a well-oiled piston can slide in and out to give the spring is extended and compressed length. At the very bottom of the chamber is a seal to keep the oil and nitrogen inside the spring.
The fascinating part of this process is that the gas spring can be designed to hold up an incredible amount of weight while only occupying a small physical footprint. All of this without any electronic or computer hardware; nothing but mechanical parts.
Anatomy of Springs Gas All gas springs contain a chamber that stores nitrogen in what is called a pneumatic chamber. This chamber allows for pressures from as little as 10 pounds to as much as 450 pounds (or more) of potential energy to be stored in the spring. The other main area is the hydraulic chamber where a well-oiled piston can slide in and out to give the spring is extended and compressed length. At the very bottom of the chamber is a seal to keep the oil and nitrogen inside the spring. The fascinating part of this process is that the gas spring can be designed to hold up an incredible amount of weight while only occupying a small physical footprint. All of this without any electronic or computer hardware; nothing but mechanical parts.
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The Death of a Spring Gas
Although gas springs are tough, the physical demands of the nature of its job and temperature changes can take a hefty toll on the hardware. Even under perfect conditions (defined by correctly fitted and matched springs for the application and mild temperature changes), gas springs will lose 1 to 2 percent of their pressure per year. Much like a hydrogen balloon or car tires lose their pressure over time or temperature changes, the same thing happens to gas springs. Not much can be done about this.
Poorly manufactured gas springs can fail much quicker. The most common failure is when the seal leaks and oil will run down the shaft. This rarely happens with our springs as ours are manufactured in the U.S. under the tightest quality control available.
A well manufactured gas spring should last 5 to 7 years under correct and normal usage.
The Death of a Spring Gas Although gas springs are tough, the physical demands of the nature of its job and temperature changes can take a hefty toll on the hardware. Even under perfect conditions (defined by correctly fitted and matched springs for the application and mild temperature changes), gas springs will lose 1 to 2 percent of their pressure per year. Much like a hydrogen balloon or car tires lose their pressure over time or temperature changes, the same thing happens to gas springs. Not much can be done about this. Poorly manufactured gas springs can fail much quicker. The most common failure is when the seal leaks and oil will run down the shaft. This rarely happens with our springs as ours are manufactured in the U.S. under the tightest quality control available. A well manufactured gas spring should last 5 to 7 years under correct and normal usage.
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