Shock Absorbers

Shock absorbers are in charge of taming the oscillations of the springs in a vehicle's suspension system. They contribute to a more comfortable and stable ride by minimising body roll and smoothing out road imperfections. Shock absorbers typically consist of a piston that moves up and down inside a hydraulic cylinder that is filled with fluid. The fluid is made to impede the motion of the piston while soaking up the energy from the springs' oscillations and transforming it into heat. For stability, safety, and handling, it is crucial to maintain control over how the wheels move and keep them in contact with the ground.