19 years ago
2-Way Air Suspension on a vehicle (using Air Cylinders) leans to one side
since the vehicle is heavier on that side.
Create a constant pressure differential between the two cylinders so that
one is always a fixed PSI higher than the other, eliminating the lean.
1) Use a differential pressure regulator (I'm having GREAT difficulties
trying to locate one, anyone have ideas where to get one?)
2) Use check valves to create a pressure differential. i.e. Have the
cylinder inflow port connected to a 5psi cracking pressure check valve and
the outflow port to a 0psi check valve. Problems may occur when the other
side hits bumps and transfers air into the supposedly lower psi cylinder.
3) any more ideas???
Thanks in advance!