What if You Were on an Elevator and the Cable Broke?
ARC Elevator buffers or shock absorbers are specifically a cylinder containing hydraulic oil, piston shaft, piston, guide bearings, pressure chamber with singular or multiple small
throttle openings. During the impact on buffer / shock absorber, restricting oil flow through a series of controlled thorttles. When the piston rod is pushed into the cylinder,
oil is displaced through these passage, which are progressively reduced. As a result, the speed gradually decreases as the shock absorber is compressed and prevents serious damage to machine.