Shock absorber MC series
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shock absorber
shock absorber
shock absorber
shock absorber
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industrial, for the food industry
stainless steel
Other characteristics
self-compensating, compact, high energy absorption, robust

Min.: 1 in

Max.: 4 in


Industrial Shock Absorbers MC33-V4A to MC64-V4A Optimum corrosion protection Self-Compensating, Stainless Steel Energy capacity 1,505 in-lbs/Cycle to 33,000 in-lbs/Cycle Stroke 0.91 in to 3.91 in The latest damper technology in stainless steel: The self-compensating industrial shock absorbers MC33 to MC64 from the tried-and-tested and popular MAGNUM range is also available with all outer components made from stainless steel, material AISI 316L (except piston rod). They are filled in the factory with special oil, which meets the permit conditions (NSF-H1) for the food industry. Just like the standard product family, the MAGNUM stainless steel models are distinguished by their robust, modern sealing technology, high energy absorption in a compact design, integrated positive stop and a wide damping range. Equipped with a PUR head, they are available in thread sizes M33x1.5 to M64x2 with damping strokes up to 3.94 in. Self-compensating shock absorbers react to changing energy conditions, without adjustment. These self-compensating industrial shock absorbers made of stainless steel from ACE are mainly used in the food, medical, electronics and offshore industries, but also in many other markets. TECHNICAL DATA Energy capacity 1,505 in-lbs/Cycle to 33,000 in-lbs/Cycle Stroke 0.91 in to 3.91 in Impact velocity range 0.5 ft/sec to 16.5 ft/sec. Other speeds on request. Operating temperature range 10 °F to 150 °F. Other temperatures on request. Mounting In any position Positive stop Integrated


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