Pneumatic cylinder 63 series
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magnetic piston
double-acting, single-acting, spring-return
stainless steel, aluminum
ISO 15552
Other characteristics
standard, positioning, with adjustable cushions, low-friction, low-temperature, rod lock, ATEX

Max.: 2,500 mm (98.425 in)

Min.: 10 mm (0.394 in)


Max.: 10 bar (145 psi)

Min.: 0.1 bar (1.5 psi)

Rod diameter

Max.: 125 mm (5 in)

Min.: 32 mm (1 in)


Max.: 1,000 mm/s (3.28 ft/s)

Min.: 5 mm/s

Ambient temperature

Max.: 80 °C (176 °F)

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)


» In compliance with the ISO 15552 standard » Weight reduced by 25% » Low noise » More accurate with fine regulation of cushioning » Flexibility and versatility VERSIONS AVAILABLE: » Low friction » Uniform movement (low speed) » High and low temperatures » Corrosion-resistant » Hydrolytic environment » Food and beverage » Lube-free operation » Dirty and dusty environments » Protective bellows » Back to back » Tandem and multi-position » With rod lock » Polyurethane coating » ATEX The Series 63 pneumatic cylinders have been developed to guarantee high performance and versatility. Thanks to a new system of adjustable pneumatic cushioning, the cylinders can always guarantee the best regulation whilst significantly reducing noise caused by the impact of the piston on the end block. Besides the standard version, which can be used in many sectors, specific solutions have been developed for applications such as food processing, agriculture, in tensioning, dosing systems and dancer arms for winding applications. There are also versions for demanding application environments, capable of withstanding extreme temperatures, corrosive atmospheres etc.


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