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After success with the first Chromus, the team decided to invest in a project with greater gas storage capacity, and working at a higher pressure. Thus was born the Chromus 2.0. His pneumatic arm had a piston even more powerful than its predecessor, and could withstand, on average, up to 80 kg.
It is worth mentioning that compressed nitrogen was used in the pneumatic arm, as it is an inert gas and therefore less dangerous than if compressed air was used.