Design

  • What Is Shock Absorber?

  • A Typical Shock Absorber Contains

  • How Does It Work?

  • Things to Consider During Installation!

Laboratory

Desıgn

Since the beginning of the 20th century, using of shock absorbers with a high capacity of energy damping in vehicle suspension systems has become a need. These needs have revealed the necessity for safety and comfort to improve in concert and have rendered R&D studies in shock absorber production inevitable Systematic R&D studies are being conducted within our organization in an innovative manner, in harmony with the developing technologies and with the aim to become a leader in the global market. Such studies pose a great importance in improving our

  1. Top Mounting Joint
  2. Bump Stop
  3. Protective Tube
  4. Piston Rod
  5. Washer
  6. Oil Seal
  7. Piston Rod Guide
  8. Piston
  9. Pressure Tube
  10. Reservoir Tube
  11. Hydraulic Oil
  12. Base Valve
  13. Bottom Mounting Joint
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SOME OF OUR TEST DEVICES ARE LISTED BELOW

  • Damping Force Testing Device (S/ABS) MTS (50kN)
  • Damping Force Test Machine (S/ABS) (25kN)
  • Damping Force Test Machine (S/ABS) (10kN)
  • Life Cycle Test / Accelerated Life Testing Machine Temperature Controlled (S/ABS)
  • Welding Penetration Measurement Equipment
  • Tensile (Rupture) Testing Machine
  • Salt Spray (Corrosion Testing) Test Equipment
  • Spectrometer OES Metal Analyzer
  • Vickers Hardness Tester
  • Rockwell and Brinell Hardness Tester
  • Profile Projector Measurement Equipment
  • Surface Roughness Tester
  • Coating Testing Device
  • Rubber Hardness Testing Device (Shore meter)
  • Cross-Cut (Cross Hatch) Testing (Painting)
  • Leakage Test Bench
  • Leakage Test (Welding Parts)
  • Grinding and Polishing Machine
  • Metallographic Part Cutting Machine

From the invention of wheel to the present time, a lot has changed in the conditions of travelling in between two locations. Be it two wheels or fourteen, with the advancement of technology and the shortening of travel times, security and comfort has become even more paramount.

    • Shock absorbers must be fully extended and retracted before installation.
    • The shock absorber must be of a type suitable for the vehicle. (Some shock absorbers may look identical but have very different functions.)
    • Care should be taken when handling the piston rod. (Using tools such as pliers or vices will damage the piston rod and cause seal leakage in a short time.)
    • Do not attempt to replace the shock absorber. (Changes to the mounting connections or welds on the shock absorber will prevent the normal operation of the shock absorber.)
    • The correct amount of pressure must be applied when screwing in the cap screws and bolts.
    • Cartridge type shock absorbers must be installed by lubricating their guides.