STAB-O-MAT Actuation Systems for Height Adjustment
All swivel chair columns from STABILUS can be height adjusted through different actuation mechanisms. Depending on the installation, different solutions are available:
Axial actuation of a plastic tappet is considered the standard in chair height adjustment.
Axial Actuation System with Adjusting Screw
With an additional adjusting screw in the tappet, the projection and thus the actuation point in the lever can be exactly defined.
Valve Pin Actuation
During valve pin actuation, the valve seat will shift into the gas spring taper to maximize the stroke. In this system, the actuation mechanism will affect the pin directly in the axial direction.
Acial Bowden Cable
If the actuator is installed in a location other than directly on the valve, an axial Bowden cable can be used. Due to its ease of installation, it provides the most freedom for placing the actuation mechanism.
Radial Bowden Cable Actuation
In radial actuation systems, fixed and swiveling radial Bowden cable actuation are available as standard.
The turning version allows tension-free installation. In addition, the gas spring need not be aligned exactly.
Radial “joystick actuation” can be operated laterally in any direction, as well as from above. This makes the application more flexible and saves space.