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Pneumatic pressure intensifier CSS-00416-A, AB221

pneumatic pressure intensifier
pneumatic pressure intensifier
pneumatic pressure intensifier
pneumatic pressure intensifier
pneumatic pressure intensifier
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pneumatic
Pressure

250 psi

Description

Air-to-Air / Air-to-Hydraulic Intensifiers "Single shot" design incorporates various ratios between the air piston (supply) and intensified air or oil (output). The simple design offers a quick response and trouble free operation. The cylinder strokes are made to order and dictate output volume. The optional stainless steel output cylinder can handle a wide range of liquids. Contact Bimba for seal compatibility. •Quick response times •Many cylinder options available •Intensified material can be oil or other media •Air-to-air designs magnify initial PSI by 4 times or more, with output forces up to 250 PSI •Air-to-hydraulic designs magnify initial PSI up to 7 times, with up to 400 PSI output forces •Strokes are the same in each cylinder Features and Beneîlts •Single-Shot Design: -Quick response times -Trouble free operation -Strokes are the same in each cylinder -Many cylinder options available Air to Air Intensifiers: -Magnify initial PSI by four times or more, with output forces up to 250 PSI -Simple design -Heavy-duty construction •Air to Hydraulic Intensifiers: -Magnify initial PSI up to seven times, with up to 400 PSI output forces -Intensified material can be oil or other media -Can be used for measuring and dispensing Engineering Specifications Output Pressure Ratings: 250 PSI Air/400 PSI Hydraulic (non-shock) Temperature Range: Std. (Carboxilated Nitrile) seals: -20° F (-29° C) to 200° F (90° C) High Temp. (Fluorocarbon) seals: 0° F (-20° C) to 400° F (200° C)

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