Gas Springs With Welded Eyes

Technical drawing - BE gas springs
This series of gas springs have welded loops at both ends. The loops cannot be replaced. The tube is made of ordinary steel and then painted black. The piston rod has been Nitrider treated, which offers a degree of rust protection.
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L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in)

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0,2362 0,5906 3,9370 10,4331 22,4809 1,30 0,1181 0,2402 BE-6-100-100 BE-6-100-100 -
0,2362 0,5906 3,9370 10,4331 33,7213 1,30 0,1181 0,2402 BE-6-100-150 BE-6-100-150 -
0,2362 0,5906 3,9370 10,4331 44,9618 1,30 0,1181 0,2402 BE-6-100-200 BE-6-100-200 -
0,2362 0,5906 3,9370 10,4331 56,2022 1,30 0,1181 0,2402 BE-6-100-250 BE-6-100-250 -
0,2362 0,5906 3,9370 10,4331 67,4427 1,30 0,1181 0,2402 BE-6-100-300 BE-6-100-300 -
0,2362 0,5906 3,9370 10,4331 78,6831 1,30 0,1181 0,2402 BE-6-100-350 BE-6-100-350 -
0,2362 0,5906 3,9370 10,4331 89,9236 1,30 0,1181 0,2402 BE-6-100-400 BE-6-100-400 -
0,2362 0,5906 3,9370 10,4331 11,2404 1,30 0,1181 0,2402 BE-6-100-50 BE-6-100-50 -
0,2362 0,5906 4,7244 12,0079 22,4809 1,30 0,1181 0,2402 BE-6-120-100 BE-6-120-100 -
0,2362 0,5906 4,7244 12,0079 33,7213 1,30 0,1181 0,2402 BE-6-120-150 BE-6-120-150 -
  1. BE-6-100-100
    In stock: 209
    Ø1 - Piston Rod diameter (in) 0,2362
    Ø2 - Tube diameter (in) 0,5906
    L1 - Stroke (in) 3,9370
    L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in) 10,4331
    F - Force (lbs) 22,4809
    K - Force ratio 1,30
    T - Eye thickness (in) 0,1181
    ØA - Hole (in) 0,2402
  2. BE-6-100-150
    In stock: 209
    Ø1 - Piston Rod diameter (in) 0,2362
    Ø2 - Tube diameter (in) 0,5906
    L1 - Stroke (in) 3,9370
    L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in) 10,4331
    F - Force (lbs) 33,7213
    K - Force ratio 1,30
    T - Eye thickness (in) 0,1181
    ØA - Hole (in) 0,2402
  3. BE-6-100-200
    In stock: 215
    Ø1 - Piston Rod diameter (in) 0,2362
    Ø2 - Tube diameter (in) 0,5906
    L1 - Stroke (in) 3,9370
    L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in) 10,4331
    F - Force (lbs) 44,9618
    K - Force ratio 1,30
    T - Eye thickness (in) 0,1181
    ØA - Hole (in) 0,2402
  4. BE-6-100-250
    In stock: 209
    Ø1 - Piston Rod diameter (in) 0,2362
    Ø2 - Tube diameter (in) 0,5906
    L1 - Stroke (in) 3,9370
    L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in) 10,4331
    F - Force (lbs) 56,2022
    K - Force ratio 1,30
    T - Eye thickness (in) 0,1181
    ØA - Hole (in) 0,2402
  5. BE-6-100-300
    In stock: 209
    Ø1 - Piston Rod diameter (in) 0,2362
    Ø2 - Tube diameter (in) 0,5906
    L1 - Stroke (in) 3,9370
    L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in) 10,4331
    F - Force (lbs) 67,4427
    K - Force ratio 1,30
    T - Eye thickness (in) 0,1181
    ØA - Hole (in) 0,2402
  6. BE-6-100-350
    In stock: 209
    Ø1 - Piston Rod diameter (in) 0,2362
    Ø2 - Tube diameter (in) 0,5906
    L1 - Stroke (in) 3,9370
    L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in) 10,4331
    F - Force (lbs) 78,6831
    K - Force ratio 1,30
    T - Eye thickness (in) 0,1181
    ØA - Hole (in) 0,2402
  7. BE-6-100-400
    In stock: 209
    Ø1 - Piston Rod diameter (in) 0,2362
    Ø2 - Tube diameter (in) 0,5906
    L1 - Stroke (in) 3,9370
    L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in) 10,4331
    F - Force (lbs) 89,9236
    K - Force ratio 1,30
    T - Eye thickness (in) 0,1181
    ØA - Hole (in) 0,2402
  8. BE-6-100-50
    In stock: 213
    Ø1 - Piston Rod diameter (in) 0,2362
    Ø2 - Tube diameter (in) 0,5906
    L1 - Stroke (in) 3,9370
    L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in) 10,4331
    F - Force (lbs) 11,2404
    K - Force ratio 1,30
    T - Eye thickness (in) 0,1181
    ØA - Hole (in) 0,2402
  9. BE-6-120-100
    In stock: 56
    Ø1 - Piston Rod diameter (in) 0,2362
    Ø2 - Tube diameter (in) 0,5906
    L1 - Stroke (in) 4,7244
    L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in) 12,0079
    F - Force (lbs) 22,4809
    K - Force ratio 1,30
    T - Eye thickness (in) 0,1181
    ØA - Hole (in) 0,2402
  10. BE-6-120-150
    In stock: 56
    Ø1 - Piston Rod diameter (in) 0,2362
    Ø2 - Tube diameter (in) 0,5906
    L1 - Stroke (in) 4,7244
    L6 - Unloaded length mideye to mideye (in) 12,0079
    F - Force (lbs) 33,7213
    K - Force ratio 1,30
    T - Eye thickness (in) 0,1181
    ØA - Hole (in) 0,2402

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Material

Cylinder and piston rod: The tube is painted semi-matte black, and the piston rod has been given a plasma nitride treatment that makes the surface extremely hardwearing and provides optimal rust protection.
However, the treatment cannot replace a dedicated stainless steel gas spring.

Oil: The oil is a common lubrication oil, but is not approved for food use. We can supply gas springs for use with foodstuffs. Contact us if you require such a solution.

Gas: The gas is nitrogen gas.

Stock number

Gas springs in the Sodemann-Springs.US range are defined based on the thickness of the piston rod, the stroke and the force in N.
Naming of gas spring

Fitting And Use

Never use gas springs as a safety device. If damage to a gas spring could result in personal injury, provision must be made for this by means of a safety device. Alternatively, use a safety gas spring. Call for further information.

Gas springs must be stored and fitted with the piston pointing downwards and at 45 degrees to the horizontal. This is important, as this fitting will ensure that internal glands will remain lubricated by the oil inside the gas spring.

If a gas spring is fitted horizontally or with the piston upwards, the oil will run out of the glands, and thus wear and leaking glands will be the result of incorrect fitting. For each fitting you must ensure that there is no sideways deflection or other forces that will affect the gas spring in any way other than free axial movement in the gas spring's longitudinal direction.

Always use the shortest possible travel, and select the biggest possible cylinder diameter - this increases durability. Long thin gas springs will be considerably weaker than short fat ones.

Always fit stainless steel gas springs in places exposed to a damp environment or for use in the food industry. Note that the oil in the gas spring is not approved for use in the food industry.

Do not, therefore, fit gas springs directly over production, as a worn gas spring can leak oil. There is no need to lubricate the piston, as the spring is maintenance-free. Do not expose the gas spring to vibrations.

Gas springs are designed to perform no more than 5 strokes per minute at 20 °C. If this is exceeded, there will be a build-up of heat inside the gas spring that may result in leaky glands. Gas springs are designed to keep to 30,000 movements when fitted correctly.

It is recommended that physical stops always be used in constructions. This will ensure that the gas spring is not used with loads in excess of those for which it was designed. Movement of the gas spring is only dampened for the last section against the full extension of the piston.

Gas springs will lose pressure slightly over time, compared with the original pressure at the time they were fitted. A pressure loss of up to 10% may be expected.

It is recommended that you continue to ensure that the function of the gas spring complies with construction requirements. If in doubt, replace the gas spring. It is recommended that both gas springs be replaced if they work in pairs. A variation in pressure in gas springs working in pairs will result in a shorter service life for the gas springs.

Our gas springs work best in temperatures between -30 °C and +80 °C. Using the springs in temperatures close to those limits will produce an altered force, and maximal usage cannot be recommended. The compressed force of the gas springs is higher than the force in the extended position. The end force Fn is calculated by multiplying the initial force by the force quotient of the gas spring in question. Gas springs are filled at 20 °C, and the initial force is therefore measured at 20 °C. The force will change by approximately 3-3.5% per 10 °C. Tolerances on extended length dimensions are +/-2 mm.

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