Hydraulic rotary motion dampers use special silicon oil as the damping fluid medium generated different damping torque. Silicon oil is available in various viscosity which affects the damping force. The same rotary damper design with a different oil viscosity will result in different damping forces. The oil’s viscosity changes when a rotary motion damper is heated or cooled. Forces increase when a rotational damper is cooled and decreases when a rotational damper is heated. A similar principle applies to achieve different moving speeds – when increasing a rotation speed through a medium, the response force will also increase and vice versa.