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FIBRO Composite plate systems are advantageously used where, due to minimal space conditions, there is no option to connect the gas compression springs via tubing in the assembly. Also can be used as an alternative to gas pressure springs in a hose assembly

The advantages of the composite system lie in the ease of maintenance, safety and quality improvement of the gas pressure spring application in the tool

FIBRO Composite plate consists of multiple nitrogen cylinders and a control panel, which are connected to one another via boreholes in the lower plate. It provides all the benefits of the self-contained gas spring in the linked system.

The connection of gas compression springs in one or more systems offers the user the option to monitor the gas pressure of the gas compression springs outside the tool, adjusting them as required, filling them and discharging them.

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  • Ready to install
  • Less expensive
  • Better performance
  • Easy to maintain with long maintenance intervals
  • Fitted with pressure reservoir, the pressure increase can be reduced resulting more consistence force
  • No hose connections necessary between the gas pressure springs
  • Leak-tightness guarantee even with frequent installation or removal of the system
  • No special tools required for set-up and disassembly
  • Is approved under Pressure Equipment Directive 2014/68/EU and assembled ready for installation

Further Information:

  • Customer-specific design of the FIBRO composite panel by qualified personnel
  • Individual machining according to customer specifications
  • Gas compression springs available from stock
  • Control fittings with hose lines or optionally mounted directly on composite plate

Ideally, the bottom-side threaded bores are used for fastening the gas springs. Sealing is implemented either via a connecting nipple or a flat gasket in the spring base as well as with a receiving bore in the composite plate

Manifold System​
Composite Plate​