Non-Adjustable Small Bore Series Shock Absorbers

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Stable, Reliable Performance in a Small Shock Absorber Package

Enidine small bore non-adjustable hydraulic shock absorbers can accommodate a wide array of varying application energy conditions. This family of our tamperproof industrial shock absorbers provides consistent and dependable performance, cycle after cycle. Small bore non-adjustable models are designed to absorb maximum energy within a compact envelope size while providing you with stable performance over the life of the product.

The PM Series small shock absober uses a self-compensating design and positive stop capabilities to provide energy absorption in low velocity and high drive force applications. The PM Series also is available with optional corrosion-resistant, nickel-plated components for harsh environments. Models can accommodate a wide range of operating conditions with varying masses or propelling forces.

The PRO Series small shock absorber has unique progressive damping and positive stop capabilities with a multi-orifice design that provides softer stops for medium-to-high impact velocities and fragile loads. The PRO Series also includes the optional corrosion-resistant, nickel-plated components as the PM Series. Models can accommodate a wide range of operating conditions and input parameters.

  • Offers flexibility in both size and energy absorption capacities
  • Tamperproof design ensures repeatable performance
  • Special materials and finishes are available
  • Optional fluids and seal packages are available
  • Threaded cylinders provide mounting flexibility and heat dissipation
  • A select variety of surface finishes provide corrosion resistance capabilities
  • ISO quality standards result in reliable, long-life shock absorber operation
  • Standard operating temperature range from (15°F to 180°F) to (–30°F to 210°F).