2000N Gas Stays for Industrial Application
Industrial Application Replacement Gas Stays
High-strength industrial-grade gas stays for heavy-duty work
Industrial manufacturing requires industrial-rated components that can handle the extreme demands of the work. Ovesco has developed a suite of high-strength gas struts that offer the durability and reliability your worksite demands.
Out Ovesco industrial gas struts are ideal for supporting hinges on heavy machinery and large vehicles. Whether you’re replacing the struts on your tractor’s hood or creating a new tray for a portable generator, you can trust our struts to handle the weight with ease.
Browse our industrial struts to discover their specifications, and get in touch for recommendations to suit your project.
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Are there different types of gas struts?
Yes, there are various types of gas struts tailored to specific applications. Common types include compression struts, tension struts, locking struts, and adjustable struts, each with its unique features.
How long do gas struts take to replace?
The time it takes to replace gas struts can vary depending on factors such as the specific vehicle or application, the skill level of the person performing the replacement, and any additional work required. In a typical scenario, replacing gas struts on a vehicle's bonnet or boot may take around 5-10 minutes.
How often do gas struts need to be replaced?
The frequency of gas strut replacement depends on various factors, including the quality of the struts, the application, and environmental conditions. In general, gas struts are designed to be durable and long-lasting, often serving for several years or more. However, signs of wear, reduced functionality, leakage, corrosion, or visual inspection should prompt consideration for replacement.