Pneumatic Suspension Air Springs 4881NP02 FIRESTONE 1T66F-7.0 / W01M588602 BPW
Viking Air Springs are highly durable, precisely engineered and cost-effective for use in a wide variety of actuation and vibration isolation applications. With time-tested designs incorporating fabric-reinforced Wingprene™ or natural rubber flex-member construction and corrosion-protected end retainers, we can provide superior quality and performance.
We can offer a variety of air spring and air shock absorber types to meet your actuation or isolation needs. The Single, Double and Triple Convolute Bellows, Rolling Lobe and Sleeve Types are available in a wide range of sizes, with the end retainer style required to suit your specific installation.
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|Product name||Truck Air Spring Suspension|
|Type||Trailer/ Semi-trailer air suspension Spring|
|Material||Imported Natural Rubber|
|OEM NO.||Contitech 4881NP02BPW 36K
|Price condition||FOB China|
|Brand||VKNTECH or customized|
|Package||Standard packing or pallet|
|Payment term||T/T&L/C & West Union|
|Supply ability||200000 0pcs/year|
Warning and Tips
What is an Air Suspension System?
An air suspension system is a style of vehicle suspension that's powered by an electric pump or compressor that pumps air into flexible bellows that are typically made out of a textile-reinforced type of rubber. Additionally， air spring describes air suspension as a replacement to the leaf suspension or coil spring system with airbags composed of polyurethane and rubber. A compressor inflates the bags to a certain pressure in order to behave like springs. Air suspension also differs from hydropneumatic suspension because it uses pressurized air instead of pressurized liquid.
What's the Purpose of an Air Suspension System?
In most cases, air suspension is used to achieve a smooth and constant driving quality, but in some instances, sports suspensions feature an air suspension system too. Similarly, air suspension replaces a conventional steel spring suspension in heavier vehicle applications, like trucks, tractor-trailers, passenger buses, and even passenger trains.
If you’re considering the purchase of an air bag suspension, you need to be aware of more than just the advantages. Even though you will be rewarded with great ride quality, you should weigh that against the disadvantages:
Air bag suspension cost
The main roadblock to using an air bag suspension is cost. It’s got to be the most expensive suspension system on the market. If you want air bag ride quality, you’re going to have to pay for it. It’s that simple.
2. Air bag suspension installation
Due to the complexity of an air bag suspension system, installation should be given to a qualified mechanic. Proper installation will ensure that safety objectives are met. Not only that, most kits require professional installation for the warranty to be honored by the manufacturer.
3. Air bag suspension leaks
Air suspension kits are exposed to harsh road conditions. Like other suspension products, wear and tear will play a factor in the duration of every air bag suspension. Therefore, proper maintenance is required.