New product: air suspension body lowering rod
AIRBFTlowering brand launched: the air suspension body lowers the pull rod, which can lower the air suspension chassis of the car, reduce the distance between the tire and the wheel arch, and do not need to add the ECU module, which is very convenient to install.
A high-quality SUV should not only have the comfort of a car, but also take into account the passing performance of an off-road vehicle. The air suspension system is the best choice to achieve this goal. According to the different road conditions and the signal of the distance sensor, the trip computer will judge the body height change, and then control the air compressor and exhaust valve to make the spring automatically compress or extend, thus reducing or raising the chassis ground clearance, To increase the stability of high-speed vehicle body or the trafficability of complex road conditions.
Generally speaking, the ground clearance sensor will be set near the front and rear wheels of the vehicle equipped with air adjustable suspension. According to the output signal of the ground clearance sensor, the trip computer will judge the height change of the vehicle body, and then control the air compressor and exhaust valve to make the spring automatically compress or extend, thus reducing or raising the chassis ground clearance to increase the stability of the high-speed vehicle body or the trafficability of complex road conditions.
Since its birth in the middle of the 19th century, the air suspension has experienced a century of development, and has experienced many changes, such as “pneumatic spring-bag composite suspension → semi-active air suspension → central inflation and deflation suspension (i.e. ECAS electronically controlled air suspension system)”. It was not until the 1950s that it was applied to trucks, buses, cars and railway cars. At present, almost all foreign advanced buses use air suspension, and the proportion of heavy trucks using air suspension has reached more than 80%. The application of air suspension in light vehicles is also rising rapidly. Some cars are also gradually installed with air suspension, such as Lincoln in the United States, Benz300SE and Benz600 in Germany. The use of air suspension is almost the only choice for some special vehicles (such as instrument vehicles, ambulances, special military vehicles and container transport vehicles with high requirements for shockproof). However, China is still in its infancy, and the air suspension system is only applied to some luxury buses and a few heavy trucks and trailers. In the 1991 Gulf War, the air suspension was composed of fine sand and soft sand because Kuwait was all desert.