Energy absorbers Enidine debuts new stainless steel shock absorbers at IMTS
At IMTS in Chicago, Enidine is showcasing its new Corrosion Resistance Series (CRS) of stainless steel shock absorbers designed to absorb energy in harsh environment applications.
Enidine is debuting its new Corrosion Resistance Series (CRS) of stainless steel shocks as part of the 2022 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS). The company will showcase this new model of the Enidine ECO and ECO OEM Series line of eco-friendly shock absorbers at booth #237170 in McCormick Place North Building, Level 3.
With this expansion, the manufacturer enhances its comprehensive energy absorption product portfolio with a stainless steel and eco-friendly solution for harsh-environment industrial applications.
Stainless steel is a tough and rugged metal that combines durability and corrosion protection plus withstands higher operating pressures and temperatures than traditional materials. The Enidine CRS series takes advantage of these benefits in addition to an eco-friendly design with fluids that are safe for the environment and flexible enough to accommodate a wide range of conditions in energy absorption applications.
Enidine’s new CRS stainless steel shock absorbers include:
- Outer cylindrical body and hardened piston rod made of stainless steel
- Similar dimensional footprint to the popular ECO and ECO OEM models
- Stainless steel installation accessories such as jam nuts and stop collars
The addition to their current shock absorber product line benefits industries with demanding environmental conditions such as frequent, high-pressure washing procedures in medical, food processing, packaging, chemical, and marine industrial applications.