shock absorber

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Powerdown Australia is the market leader for commercial vehicle shock absorbers in Australian and New Zealand, with the largest aftermarket range available off the shelf.
degree of damping of the shock absorbers automatically progressively increases while the piston is approaching to extreme positions, regardless of the magnitude of the control parameter, namely, value of "control current" on the coil of the electro-hydraulic valve;
Hydraulic shock absorbers are a critical component of a wide variety of products.
Fluoro rubber mixtures are used in the seals incorporated into many shock absorbers today.
In literature sources [2-4] monotube shock absorbers are accentuated as the most suitable and most commonly used shock absorbers in sports cars.
The 2-stage speed controllers last 3 times longer than a system equipped with conventional shock absorbers and requires less maintenance.
The existing hydraulic shock absorbers are usually implementing a performance, consisting of digression and regression areas, that is due to the throttle and the throttle-valve modes of operation.
Page 46 in PS 734 (Jan 14) said that the HIMARS shock absorbers should be replaced as part of the biannual services.
The company intends to manufacture shock absorbers for trains and other rail vehicles, and trucks and other heavy vehicles.
The top five problems and average repair cost highlighted by Warranty Direct were springs and shock absorbers, pounds 237.
Shock Absorbers and Struts in Gabriel Brand (Oil & Gas)
This is the finding of Kwik-Fit, which reckons that worn shock absorbers could be the culprit in many cases.
The biggest initial concern was whether any of the fuel inside had been damaged, but thankfully, says Pattinson, the shock absorbers "had done their job brilliantly, thanks to the man who invented them".
A study carried out by Kwik-Fit suggests the major contributory factor is, in fact, worn shock absorbers.
This is the finding of Kwik-Fit, which thinks worn shock absorbers could be the culprit in many cases.