Compression Gas spring

  • Eyelet Fitting Gas Spring

    Eyelet Fitting Gas Spring

    Thread these eyelet end fittings onto gas springs. They require an eyelet mounting bracket (sold separately) or a pin (not included) to mount the gas spring.

    Select end fittings with a thread size that matches the rod and end thread sizes of your gas spring. The fittings will increase your gas spring’s extended and compressed lengths, so add the Length 1 value for each fitting you attach.

  • 304 & 316 stainless gas spring

    304 & 316 stainless gas spring

    Stainless steel construction provides corrosion resistance for use in damp environments. These gas springs have a ball socket end fitting and ball stud on each end for mounting. Ball socket end fittings rotate in any direction on the ball stud to compensate for misalignment.

  • Gas spring with metal ball

    Gas spring with metal ball

    These general purpose gas springs assist in opening lids, covers, windows, conveyors, and seats—similar to a hatchback opening on a car. They have a ball socket end fitting and ball stud on each end for mounting. Ball socket end fittings rotate in any direction on the ball stud to compensate for misalignment.

  • High-Temperature Gas Springs

    High-Temperature Gas Springs

    A high-temperature seal allows these gas springs to withstand heat up to 392° F. They have a ball socket end fitting and ball stud on each end for mounting. Ball socket end fittings rotate in any direction on the ball stud to compensate for misalignment.

    High temperature gas spring has a larger temperature range with special sealing. 10mm ball and socket connectors are standard, but removable, leaving M8 threads on both sides. Ceram pro-treated rod with powder-coated finish.

  • Long-Life Gas Spring Style Mechanical Springs

    Long-Life Gas Spring Style Mechanical Springs

    Mechanical operation means these springs have no seals to fail or gas to leak.