AAC Releases Series of Air Springs

A new series of 5 air springs from Advanced Antivibration Components (AAC) are designed to offer a favorable stroke-to-compressed-height ...
January 11, 2011—A new series of 5 air springs from Advanced Antivibration Components (AAC) are designed to offer a favorable stroke-to-compressed-height ratio when compared to air cylinders. They are designed for operating temperatures of -20 degrees C to +60 degrees C (-4 degrees F to +140degrees F). This mount is featured at the AAC eStore where you can order online, request a quote, download CAD models, check stock plus view catalog and technical pages. Identified as the V11Z48M..., the mounts have a minimum load range of 51 kgf (112 lb.) to 612 kgf (1349 lb.). Their maximum loading ranges from 102 kgf (225 lb.) up to 1020 kgf (2249 lb.) The diaphragm is made of synthetic rubber and the body is made of steel. Applications include: air compressors, laundry machines, air blowers, pumps, and grain vibrators.

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