Firestone developed the air spring in the late 1930’s as a more efficient air spring (vibration isolator) for use in vehicle suspensions. Airide springs, as they were named, provided the means for a suspension to reduce the amount of road shock and vibration transmitted into the vehicle. Millions of miles of actual use have proven the dependability and effectiveness of the air suspension concept using Airide springs by Firestone. Airstroke actuators, Airmount isolators, and Airide springs are Firestone registered trademark names for one product: the air spring. The use of the air spring (actuator, industrial isolator and vehicular isolator, respectively) determines which name is applied to it. All of the parts on this pdf may be used as Airstroke actuators.
Added: April, 11th 2011
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