Airbags come in all shapes and sizes which are made of heavy duty rubber or polyurethane depending on the application it is used for, airbags can be used on pretty much anything.
Airbags suit a wide range of vehicles with all sorts of suspension whether it be in between the leaf/axle and chassis, inside a coil spring and even a full coil or strut replacement.
In the light and heavy vehicle markets airbags are used in conjunction with the existing suspension to eliminate spring sag and provide stability to your vehicle when towing or carrying uneven loads.
Airbags are also used to replace the existing suspension and give you fully adjustable heights whether it be lowered heights for show purposes, standard heights for every day driving and raised heights for clearance and maintaining your vehicles full weight carrying capacity and stability at all times.
Airbags also provide the highest degree of vibration isolation of any isolator on the market and have long been used in the industrial market as pneumatic actuators incorporated into new and innovative machinery designs as well as replacement actuators for traditional pneumatic or hydraulic cylinders. They have advantages over traditional cylinders in that they are durable, operate well in corrosive and abrasive environments, easily accept misalignment and have a high ratio of stroke to collapsed height.