The TEBT counterbalance cylinders are cylinders with an ear (with spherical plain bearing) on the tube and an attachment thread in the top of the piston rod and stroke lenght up till 300mm.
The cylinders are for counterbalance or if a holding forcec is needed, in various type of applications. The cylinders should always be built in and fixed both at the tube and piston rod side.
Note! The gas springs are not to be exposed to any pulling forces. If needed a mechanical stop must be installed to prevent this from happening.
|Min. operating temperature (°C)||0|
|Max. operating temperature (°C)||80|
|Force increase by temperature (%/ °C)||0.3|
|Max. piston rod velocity (m/s)||0.8|
|Tube surface||Painted, top coat black.|
Initial Force (N)
Cylinder Diameter (mm)
Stroke Length (mm)
Total Length (mm)
|Models||Available stroke lengths||Initial force at max. pressure||Gas link system||Length equation||Cylinder diameter||Min. charging pressure||Recommended max. strokes/min.|
|(mm)||(N)||(Ø mm)||(bar at 20°C)||(at 20°C)|
|TEBT 750||12.7 - 300||7400||No||120 + (2 x Stroke)||50||25||~15-40|
|TEBT 1500||25 - 300||15000||No||145 + (2 x Stroke)||75||25||~15-40|
|TEBT 3000||25 - 300||30000||No||160 + (2 x Stroke)||95||25||~15-40|
|TEBT 5000||25 - 300||50000||No||195 + (2 x Stroke)||120||25||~15-40|