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Stainless Steel Cylinders

  • Precision rolled construction for a solid, leakproof cylinder at a reasonable price
  • Cylinder heads are machined from one side for better concentricity
  • Rods are threaded, bonded and orbit formed to pistons
  • Ground, polished and roller burnished 303 stainless rods provide a smoother rod finish that protects rod seals, providing longer life
  • Full piston area breakaway to assure full power from the beginning of each stroke

ISO/VDMA Cylinders

The ISO/VDMA Series is an aluminum body air cylinder line that is designed to meet all of your international cylinder requirements.

Rodless Cylinders

With rodless cylinders, the piston is connected to an external carriage by a mechanical or magnetic coupling system, no piston rod extends outside of the component. They are an ideal solution when a long stroke is necessary as they are unaffected by rod overhang or bending. They are perfect for confined areas, and can be mounted in any plane. Rodless cylinders can be easily mounted together, creating multi axis devices. Slides and grippers can be simply mounted to a rodless cylinder, creating simple “pick and place” systems.

Rodless Cylinder-Types:

  • Mechanically Coupled or Band Style
  • Magnetically Coupled
  • Guided or Non-Guided
  • Clean Room Classification

Parker P1A Roundline Cylinder

Parker P1A 10-25mm Ø Cylinders
Mini cylinder conforming to ISO6432
Low weight, corrosion resistant construction
Magnetic piston as standard
Single and double acting versions
Spring return on single acting models
End of stroke buffer cushioning for longer life
Medium : Compressed air, filtered, lubricated or non-lubricated
Operating pressure : 10 bar max.
Operating temperature : -20°C to +80°C
End covers : Anodised aluminium
Barrel : Stainless steel
Piston rod : Stainless steel
Seals : Fluorocarbon/Nitrile rubber

Outward Thrust and Return Thrust figures quoted are at 6 bar.

Parker Clamp Cylinder

Featuring stressproof steel bearing, Model P1M Swing Clamp Cylinder comes in 32/40/50 mm bore sizes in single-rod configurations with tailored set stroke lengths of 10/20/50 mm depending on bore size. Clamp forces depend on operating air pressure and range from 27 lb for 32 mm bore units at 29 psi (2 bar) to 371 lb for 50 mm bore units at 145 psi. Unit offers various swing-arm options including adjustable arm configuration, and maximum operating pressure of 10 bar for every bore size.

Univer Telescopic cylinders

Telescopic cylinders are a special design of a hydraulic cylinder or pneumatic cylinder which provide an exceptionally long output travel from a very compact retracted length. Typically the collapsed length of a telescopic cylinder is 20 to 40% of the fully extended length depending on the number of stages.