Because they’re made from natural rubber, Aeon helper springs have an advantage over steel springs: The ability to increase their spring rate as the load increases.
Aeon® rubber helper springs possess a unique quality called “hysteresis.” Simply put, they act like a shock absorber. They’re particularly effective when used as a helper spring.
Aeon® rubber springs can isolate the vibration on a piece of machinery. This makes them useful in various industries, such as: Automotive, Mining, Forestry, and Agriculture.
Aeon® hollow rubber springs have some unique characteristics. One of them is a progressive spring rate. As the load increases, the rubber springs will push back even harder. The other is self-damping. They respond to the load just like a shock absorber. Both characteristics are useful in various industrial applications.