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High volume, low cost, commercial grade gas springs.

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Top of the line, robust design, industrial grade gas springs.

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316L stainless steel, corrosion resistant, industrial grade gas springs.

Gas Springs

Industrial Gas Springs is a manufacturer of many different types of gas springs (also known as gas struts or gas shocks), including compression gas springs, locking springs, tension gas springs and dampers. In addition to our full line of standard, in-stock gas springs, we manufacture custom gas springs. Our engineering staff works with each client to assist with the design and engineering of a custom gas spring to meet the client's specifications.

Custom features available include reduced compression ratio, high temperature seals, food grade oil fill, high speed extension and low friction, as well as custom sizes. Our line also includes mounting hardware such as end fittings, brackets, and ball studs to attach our gas springs and gas struts to your product or application.

Inventory of Gas Springs

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Compression Gas Springs: Compression gas springs are the most common type of gas spring, or gas strut, and are used for standard lifting, opening and counterbalance applications where a contained force device is needed. More about Compression Gas Springs »

Adjustable Locking Gas Springs: A locking gas spring incorporates a mechanism to enable the rod to be locked at any point in its travel. This set height or position, ensures worker safety, the stability of the lift platform or the equipment. More about Adjustable Locking Gas Springs »

Safety Lock Shroud Springs: A safety locking shroud springs that utilize a mechanical locking device to lock the gas spring in a fully extended position. More about Safety Lock Shroud Springs »

Tension Gas Springs: Also referred to as traction springs, these units operate the opposite of compression gas springs; they retract rather than extend. More about Tension Gas Springs »

Stainless Steel Gas Springs: We stock the most popular 316L stainless steel compression gas springs, used for applications that require protection against corrosion, or that need to be sanitized. More about Stainless Steel Gas Springs »

Custom Designed Springs: When standard gas springs are not suitable, IGS product specialists will design custom gas springs for your specific application. More about Custom Designed Springs »

Dampers: Unlike gas springs that generate force, dampers are used to control closing speed. They ensure that any equipment does not release too quickly, protecting the equipment and the safety of workers. More about Dampers »

 

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