Shock absorber resists corrosion

Hoerbiger-Origa has expanded its range of miniature industrial shock absorbers or linear decelerators, with 38 versions of a corrosion-resistant model called Armor Line. A thin dense chrome plating that nodularly adheres to the high-strength steel body of the absorber creates the corrosion resistance. This is guaranteed to be of even thickness even in the valleys and peaks of the threaded body and cannot delaminate to compromise performance. Complying with military specification, Hoerbiger-Origa Armor Line shock absorbers are ideal for use in industries such as food, pharmaceuticals, medical, electronics, aerospace, clean rooms, automotive, and nuclear. The range encompasses 10 sizes, with effective weight capacities from 2 to 2000kg. The internal shock absorbing mechanism is available in either adjustable or fixed format, while the body is externally threaded along it whole length for ease of installation. Hoerbiger-Origa has ensured that Armor Line is dimensionally equivalent to its other Shock Absorbers, so that direct replacement is possible.
All shock absorbers from Hoerbiger-Origa are designed to give optimum performance in all applications. They include a one-piece piston and rod made from high-grade steel, and hardened and heavy-chrome plated for maximum wear resistance.

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