Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type

Individual stroke length and extension forces

Valve Technology
Extension force max. 150 N
Stroke 80 mm

Universal and tailor made: ACE industrial gas push type springs of the NEWTONLINE family offer perfect support of muscle power with forces from 10 N to 13,000 N with body diameter of 8 mm to 70 mm. With their high quality features the NEWTONLINE gas springs form the industry standard. These durable and sealed systems are ready for installation, maintenance-free and filled with pressurised nitrogen gas.

They are supplied filled according to individual customer pressure requirements and maybe adjusted later by use of the inbuilt valve. The free of charge ACE calculation service designs the gas springs with mounting points specifically for the particular application. A variety of additional components makes assembly even easier and allows universal application of the gas springs.
Valve Technology


Stroke80 mm
L extended192 mm

Technical data

Extension force max. 150 N

Piston rod diameter Ø 4 mm

Progression Approx. 20 % to 35 %

Lifetime Approx. 10,000 m

Operating temperature range -20 °C to +80 °C

Material Outer body: coated steel; Piston rod: stainless steel (1.4301/1.4305, AISI 304/303); End fittings: zinc plated steel

Operating fluid nitrogen gas and oil

Mounting We recommend mounting with piston rod downwards to take advantage of the built-in end position damping.

End position damping length approx. 10 mm (depending on the stroke)

Positive stop External positive stop at the end of stroke provided by the customer.


Increased break-away force if unit has not moved for some time.

End fittings

They are interchangeable and if necessary must be positively secured by the customer to prevent unscrewing.

Safety information

Gas pressure springs should not be installed under pre-tension.

On request

Special oils and other special options. Alternative accessories. Different end position damping and extension speed.

General information

Application Examples

Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
The versatility of ACE's industrial gas springs is demonstrated through their use in a racing car. Installed on the accelerator, they compensate disruptive pedal movements through the backflow of nitrogen when the throttle valve is opened. This...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
Industrial gas springs from ACE are used in order that a heavy wooden gate can be driven easily over uneven ground in front of a shelter for asylum seekers. In this example, GS-40 gas springs (push type) are integrated into the metal supports of...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
In order that the processing of demanding potting materials in drum stirrer stations for casting resins also runs reliably in 200-litre drums, the container needs to be completely sealed. In this application, a bell is therefore driven over the...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
The addition of two GS-22 industrial gas springs (push type) from ACE make training on a ski jumping ramp much easier. With their help, moving mobile launch bars is child’s play. Located at the starting tower, the launch bars are a necessary part...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
When winding a transformer core with resin tape, oval transformer legs can potentially cause a drop in tension. However, the tape tension is highly significant. In order that the sheets in the transformer do not move a millimetre in the vertical...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
The Weatherscape™ Team Shelter, created by Sportsfield, is designed to have a collapsible roof that can be lowered to the ground when not in use. The unique parameters of this design made it difficult to determine the needed spring force and ideal...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
In Airbus EC 135 rescue helicopters, maintenance-free, self-contained opening and closing systems with gas springs from ACE are installed in the access doors. There, they allow the crew to enter or exit the helicopter quickly, thus contributing to...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
ACE industrial gas springs prevent injuries during maintenance work on harvesting machines. The blades of corn pickers are arranged under plastic hoods, which assure proper material flow within the machine. For maintenance purposes, the hoods,...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
ACE industrial gas springs (push type) protect samples in an incubator, which is used for chemical and biochemical applications. The plexiglass hood, under which valuable laboratory equipment is stored, is held securely in the open and closed...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
As a specialist in disposal containers for public spaces, ROBI AG from Switzerland offers cities and municipalities high-quality park benches. These remain dry when not in use because the seats fold up automatically. For this solution called...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
Carpenter Dominik Huber has created a “Slide Bar“ as a masterpiece. This is also characterised by the cube that slides upwards and to the side and serves as a bar. To make this function as smooth and safe as possible, he relies on an industrial...
Industrial Gas Springs – Push Type - GS-8 to GS-70
The developers of the PR Biolution stand-up wheelchair from PARAVAN avoid even the smallest jerky movements for the benefit of rehab patients. Therefore, they designed the aid, which was developed according to the strict guidelines of medical...

Application Areas

  • hoods
  • shutters
  • machine housing
  • conveyor systems
  • control boxes
  • furniture industry
  • jacking applications
  • assembly stations
  • vehicle technology
  • folding elements
ACE industrial gas push type springs are used in industrial applications, mechanical engineering and medical technology as well as in the electronics, automobile and furniture industries.

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