Additional air assist springs – the flexible solution.
Air suspensions can support overloaded standard springs and bring more comfort and safety into the chassis.
Motorhomes and many special vehicles can struggle with several design-related disadvantages: A converted vehicle can suffer from permanent poor load distribution; this can be the body itself or weighty installed equipment. Standard steel springs reach their limits quickly. They have the major disadvantage that they lose tension under continuous load and the suspension will no longer meet expectations.
A brand-new vehicle will still work reasonably well, but over time the aging leaf, coil or torsion bar springs will cause a significant loss of comfort and driving safety. The fatigue of the spring steel will cause the vehicle literally sags on the rear axle; the springs will sit on the axle bump stops. The remedy is to use additional air suspension. The flexible air springs raise the rear of your vehicle and provide more spring and ride comfort.
Make your motorhome roadworthy again.
Additional air springs are as the name implies and are installed in addition to the standard steel spring on the rear axle. Unlike mechanical springs, air assist air bellows can be adjusted to raise and lower the rear end as necessary depending on the respective load
The air pressure can be easily controlled from the driver’s cab using the standard control unit and high-performance compressor. This makes it possible to permanently lift the rear of heavy motorhomes or commercial vehicles, or if needed, you can temporally raise the rear end making accessing ferry ramps easier.