Plastic Piston Truck Air Spring W01-M58-9131 Firestone Air Bellows 4159NP09 1R12-721
Contact Person : Eric
Phone Number : 13926118296
WhatsApp : +8613926118296
|Minimum Order Quantity :||20 Pieces||Price :||$1.00 - $50.00/Pieces|
|Packaging Details :||CARTON/PALLET||Supply Ability :||2000000pcs/Year|
|Place of Origin:||Guangdong, China||Brand Name:||VKNTECH|
|OE NO.:||0513983||Car Model:||For Bus/truck&trailer|
|Package:||Standard Packing Or Customized||Service Offered:||OEM|
|Price Condition:||FOB China||Type:||By Sea / By Air / By Truck|
|Material:||Imported Natrul Rubber||Brand:||VKNTECH Or Customized|
|Suspension System:||Air Spring Suspension||Type Of Goods:||Air Spring/Air Bags/Air Ballons|
0513983 887M Rubber Air Shock Absorber/ DAF Air Ride Suspension System Air Spring Without Piston W01-M58-0780
Assembly weight 3,7 kg
Loading capacity at pressure = 5 bar 22,8 kN
Loading capacity at pressure max. = 5,0 bar 22,8 kN
Loading capacity at pressure min. = 2,0 bar 7,6 kN
Deflection (Height min.) * mm
Deflection (Height max.) * mm
Measurement d max. 280 mm
Space required (dR) 305 mm
Design height (h) * mm
Natural frequency * Hz
Piston volume * dm³
Advantages of Air Suspenstion
Air suspension on trucks has huge advantages, and a few disadvantages. Most new trucks come with an air suspension option (if not as standard), and it’s available on trailers, too.
If you’re considering air suspension on a truck or trailer, here are the advantages.
Reduced noise, vibration and harshness
It’s much more comfortable for the driver – noise, vibration and harshness causes driver fatigue and discomfort, so if you can reduce this, it’s safer.
It’s easier on components – reduced vibration and harshness means better wear on other components in the truck. Trailers tend to last longer when on air suspension as the components don’t suffer as much vibration.
In short-wheelbase trucks it reduces the tendency to bounce over rough terrain when the truck is empty.
Improved fuel consumption
Some air suspension systems can optimise the ride height based on the speed of the truck and whether it’s laden or unladen. Unladen trucks usually sit higher because there’s less weight pushing the suspension down, but this is bad for wind resistance. A lower ride height means better aerodynamics because it reduces the wind resistance.
Because the suspension is better suited to the road surface, higher corner speeds can be achieved leading to time saving on routes with a lot of turns.