Ace has been acknowledged as the world leader in motion control. It was back in the 1960's that the then unique Ace shock absorber was initially designed to serve the Detroit automotive industry. Since then, their world-renowned shock absorbers have grown to some 170 different models. In addition, the Ace motion control range has developed to include safety shock absorbers, rotary dampers, hydraulic dampers, feed controls, industrial gas springs and TUBUS dampers.
Device/Component ManufacturerSafety shock absorbers, Rotary dampers, Hydraulic dampers, Feeder controls, Industrial gas springs
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