Adjustable Large Bore Shock Absorbers
Enidine Large Bore Adjustable Hydraulic shock absorbers are products designed for energy absorption application requirements when input parameters vary or are not clearly defined. By simply turning the adjustment knob, the damping force can be modified to accommodate a wide range of conditions for your application.
(HD/HDN) Series - Heavy Duty Industrial Shock Absorbers
Enidine's HD/HDN Series of heavy duty shock absorbers protect equipment from large impacts in applications such as automated storage and retrieval systems as well as overhead bridge and trolley cranes. They are available in a wide variety of stroke lengths and damping characteristics to increase equipment life and meet stringent deceleration requirements.
ADA Rate Controls
Enidine Rate Controls are used to regulate the speed or time required for a mechanism to move from one position to another. They use proven technology to enhance performance in a variety of product applications. ADA Series products are typically used to control pneumatic cylinders, linear slides, lids, and other moving mechanisms. The advantages of using our rate controls include:
DA Rate Control
The DA Series Rate Controls by Enidine are ideally suited for high-energy, heavy load applications requiring motion control in tension, compression or both directions. These non-adjustable, custom-orificed units are designed to specific input conditions, and allow for single and multiple orifice configurations.
Compact Wire Rope Isolators
Use Enidine Compact Wire Rope Isolators for the best performance in vibration isolation and small vibration mount configurations. The compact design is smaller than most wire ropes and can provide both shock and vibration absorption even in situations where package space and sway are an issue.
SAVE - Shock and Vibration Exchange 2023Sheraton Downtown | Denver, CO | Booth #401
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ITT Announces Participation at D.A. Davidson’s 22nd Annual Diversified Industrials & Services Conference
Chief Executive Officer and President Luca Savi and Chief Financial Officer Emmanuel Caprais will present at 1