Twicepower Technology Convoluted Air Spring 2B 200-19 Contitech
Contact Person : Eric
Phone Number : 13926118296
WhatsApp : +8613926118296
|Minimum Order Quantity :||10 Pieces||Price :||$1.00 - $25.00/Pieces|
|Packaging Details :||CARTON/PALLET||Payment Terms :||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability :||2000000pcs/Year|
|Place of Origin:||Guangdong, China||Brand Name:||VKNTECH|
|Certification:||IATF16949/ISO9000||Model Number:||1b 5500|
|OE NO.:||FS120-9||Type:||By Sea/by Truck/by Air|
|Car Model:||For Bus/truck&trailer||Price Condition:||FOB China|
|Sample:||Available||Material:||Imported Natrul Rubber|
|Operation:||Gas-filled||Brand:||VKNTECH Or Customized|
|Service Offered:||OEM||Suspension System:||Air Spring Suspension|
|Type Of Goods:||Air Spring/Air Bags/Air Ballons||Package:||Standard Packing Or Customized|
Single Convoluted Air Spring FS120-9,
FS120-9 Contitech Air Bellows,
VKNTECH Single Convoluted Air Spring
Single Convoluted Air Spring/Air Suspension Spring FS120-9 / Air Bags Air Ballons
Air springs are engineered to increase ride quality when carrying heavy loads and help fatigued springs ride smoothly. Our air spring greatly improve the ride of larger trucks.
air spring, load-carrying component of an air suspension system used on machines, automobiles, and buses. A system used on buses consists of an air compressor, an air-supply tank, leveling valves, check valves,bellow, and connecting piping. Basically, an air-spring bellows is a column of air confined within a rubber and fabric container that looks like an automobile tire or two or three tires stacked on top of one another. The check valves admit additional air to the bellows from the air-supply tank to maintain vehicle height when the load is increased, and the leveling valves vent excess air from the bellows when the vehicle rises because of unloading. The vehicle thus remains at a fixed height regardless of load. Although an air spring is flexible under normal loads, it becomes progressively stiffer when compressed under an increased load. Air suspension was introduced on some luxury cars in the late 1950s, but it was dropped after several model years. Recently, new leveling systems have been developed for passenger cars, including air-adjustable rear shock absorbers; some air-spring systems operate without an air compressor.
Spring, elastic machine component able to deflect under load in a prescribed manner and to recover its initial shape when unloaded. The combination of force and displacement in a deflected spring is energy, which may be stored when moving loads are being arrested or when the spring is wound up for use as a power source. Although most springs are mechanical, hydraulic and air springs are also obtainable.