Regressive Dampers

Regressive dampers have high rates of damping at low piston velocities. At a preset threshold velocity — controlled by shim thickness and stack preload — the shim stack “blows down,” letting oil pass more freely through relatively large piston orifices. Damping force then “knees over” and remains nearly constant with rising piston velocity. 

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