Damping for drawers

Damping with driving force for innovation

Our aim: The highest standards in drawer damping – Our mission: Providing the driving force for innovation.

We offer a variety of products for drawer damping. This means we have the right solution on hand for every customer.

The product advantages at a glance:

  • Components for drawers: Damping has now become an indispensable standard feature for drawers.
  • The Zimmer Group specializes in drawer damping and provides excellent soft close comfort for your products.
  • Our components for drawer damping turn heads thanks to the multitude of options for integration into customers' systems. Thanks to the high adaptability of our designs, we are able offer a wide range of standard products as well as solutions designed specifically for an individual customer
  • Precise – Flexible – Tested This describes our components for drawer damping.

    Discover our wide range of products for drawer damping:

Galante

Description of the Galante damping unit

Standard damping system for quiet and gentle closing.

  • Hydraulic damping
  • Flexible
  • Space-saving

 

 

Product overview

Item number

Housing
length in mm

Stroke
in mm
Ø of damper
in mm
Head shape Mass to be
braked in kg
Free-run Integrated
spring channel
Piston rod Other characteristics
F035-08-002 80 35 7.8 Coupler with TPE head (2 components) 25 Yes No Steel Damper moves outwards automatically

 

Piccolo

Description of the Piccolo damping unit

Standard damping system for quiet and gentle closing.

  • Pneumatic damping
  • Small
  • Solid

 

 

Product overview

Item number

Housing
length in mm

Stroke
in mm
Ø of damper
in mm
Head shape Mass to be
braked in kg
Free-run Integrated
spring channel
Piston rod Other characteristics
A035-09-019 68 35 9.2 Cylindrical head shape 15 Yes No Plastic

 

 

Calmo

Description of the Calmo damping unit

Standard damping system for quiet and gentle closing.  

  • Long service life
  • Suitable for universal application
  • Stroke: 42 mm
  • with magnetic head

 

Product overview

Item number

Housing
length in mm

Stroke
in mm
Ø of damper
in mm
Head shape Mass to be
braked in kg
Free-run Integrated
spring channel
Piston rod Other characteristics
A042-10-006 69.6 42 10.4 Magnetic head without magnet 20 Yes No Steel No collar (shorter)
A042-10-011 69.6 42 10.4 Magnetic head with magnet 20 Yes No Steel No collar (shorter), suitable for food processing
A042-10-012 80.4 42 10.4 1.5 mm steel piston rod without head 20 Yes No Steel  
A042-10-014 69.6 42 10.4 Magnetic head with magnet 20 Yes No Steel No collar (shorter)
A042-10-016 80.4 42 10.4 Magnetic head with magnet 20 Yes No Steel  
A042-10-020 80.4 42 10.4 Magnetic head with magnet 20 Yes No Steel Chamfer on magnetic head

Area of use

  • Light applications
  • e.g., ball guides, undermount slides.
  • Weights of up to 20 kg per damper (40 kg per drawer)
  • Operating temperature: 10°C – 40°C.l
  • Not suitable for use as an end stop

Installation options

  • Fastenings must be provided on the fitting side.
  • Coupling the piston rod, e.g., using ball head/magnetic head.

Other

Not suitable for use as an end stop.

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Bajo

Description of Bajo damping unit

  • Pneumatic damper
  • Stroke: 48 mm
  • with ball head

 

 

 

Product overview

Item number

Housing
length in mm

Stroke
in mm
Ø of damper
in mm
Head shape Mass to be
braked in kg
Free-run Integrated
spring channel
Piston rod Other characteristics
A048-10-000 78.1 48 10.4 Ball head 25 Yes No Steel  
A048-10-006 78.1 48 10.4 Ball head 25 Yes No Steel Suitable for use in food processing
A048-10-008 78.1 48 10.4 90° angled piston rod 25 Yes No Steel  
A048-10-009 86.1 48 10.4 Magnetic head with magnet 25 Yes No Steel  
A048-10-010 78.1 48 10.4 1.5 mm steel piston rod without head 25 Yes No Steel  

Area of use

  • Light applications
  • e.g., ball guides, undermount slides.
  • Weights of up to 25 kg per damper (50 kg per drawer)
  • Operating temperature: 10°C – 40°C.
  • Not suitable for use as an end stop.

Installation options

  • Fastening must be provided on the fittings.
  • Coupling the piston rod, e.g., using ball head/magnetic head

Other

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Placido

Description of Placido damping unit

  • Pneumatic damper
  • Stroke: 50 mm
  • with spring channel
  • Plastic piston rod

 

 

Product overview

Item number

Housing
length in mm

Stroke
in mm
Ø of damper
in mm
Head shape Mass to be
braked in kg
Free-run Integrated
spring channel
Piston rod Other characteristics
A042-10-006 69.6 50 10.4 Magnetic head without magnet 20 Yes No Steel No collar (shorter)
A042-10-011 69.6 50 10.4 Magnetic head with magnet 20 Yes No Steel No collar (shorter), suitable for food processing
A042-10-012 80.4 50 10.4 1.5 mm steel piston rod without head 20 Yes No Steel  
A042-10-014 69.6 50 10.4 Magnetic head with magnet 20 Yes No Steel No collar (shorter)
A042-10-016 80.4 50 10.4 Magnetic head with magnet 20 Yes No Steel  
A042-10-020 80.4 50 10.4 Magnetic head with magnet 20 Yes No Steel Chamfer on magnetic head

Area of use

  • Light applications
  • e.g., ball guides, undermount slides.
  • Weights of up to 25 kg per damper (50 kg per drawer)
  • Operating temperature: 10°C – 40°C.
  • Not suitable for use as an end stop.

Installation options

  • Fastening possible using recess in housing.
  • Coupling the piston rod, e.g., using ball head/magnetic head

Other

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Quieto

Description of the Quieto damping unit

  • Pneumatic damper
  • 70 mm stroke

 

 

Product overview

Item number

Housing
length in mm

Stroke
in mm
Ø of damper
in mm
Head shape Mass to be
braked in kg
Free-run Integrated
spring channel
Piston rod Other characteristics
A070-15-001 118.7 70 15.5 Ball head 60 Yes No Steel  
A070-15-003 118.7 70 15.5 No head 60 Yes No Steel  

Area of use

  • Heavy-duty applications
  • e.g., ball guides, line extensions.
  • Weights of up to 60 kg per damper
  • Operating temperature: 10°C – 40°C.
  • Not suitable for use as an end stop.

Installation options

  • Fastening must be provided on the fittings.
  • Coupling the piston rod, e.g., using ball head/magnetic head

Other

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