MC5 to MC75
Ideal for compact, efficient designs: The miniature size of the MC5 to MC75 series delivers very short overall lengths and low return forces.
MC150 to MC600
Tried-and-tested and durable: with a hermetically sealed rolling diaphragm in each absorber, the MC150 to MC600 product family is suitable for an exceptionally high lifetime of use with up to 25 million cycles.
MC150-V4A to MC600-V4A
Brilliant in every respect: these high performance stainless steel miniature shock absorbers are based on the MC150 to MC600 product family and its proven damping technology.
PMC150 to PMC600
Hermetically sealed: the shock absorbers from the ACE PMC Protection series come with a compact, well-sealed cap.
PMC150-V4A to PMC600-V4A
Hermetically sealed and rustproof: The Protection series PMC is also available in a stainless steel design.
SC190 to SC925
Ideal for soft damping: the SC found in the model code from the ACE series SC190 to 925 stands for 'soft contact'.
SC²25 to SC²190
Soft damping, but enormous capacity: the range of 'soft contact' absorbers SC²25 to 190 extends from thread size M10 to M14 and covers effective weight ranges of 2.
SC²300 to SC²650
Added safety with accumulator technology: the larger 'soft contact' models from the SC²300 to 650 are available with up to three times the energy absorption compared to similar sizes of standard shock absorbers SC190 to 925, due to the ACE piston tube specialty.
SC25-HC to SC650-HC
ACE Controls SC25 to 650-HC High-Cycle shock absorbers are engineered for high-speed equipment applications.
MA30 to MA900
The miniature shock absorbers from the MA30 to MA900 series can be adjusted and precisely adapted to your requirements.
ACE Controls 3/8x1" bore adjustable miniature shock absorber offers high energy capacity and a wide effective weight range for handling a variety of applications.
PET20 to PET27
Optimizing PET stretch blow machines: MAXIMACE, the new PET shock absorbers from ACE, shine with longer service life compared to previous solutions and an operating time of over 20 million strokes.