The hydraulic mechanisms inside the dampers make a smooth and silent movement possible, thanks to the counteracting forces to which the product is subjected when opened and closed.
In addition, the damping effect produced is progressive: the higher its level, the greater the resistance exerted and, as a result, the slower the movement.
One example of this is the toilet. Installing a damper on the toilet seat means protecting the ceramic from damaging blows: the hydraulic mechanism absorbs the closing force, thus slowing the downward movement and preventing any irritating impact.
With dampers, the sound of slamming doors is just a bad memory!