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Linear actuator Hy-Thrust
hydrauliccompactexplosion-proof

linear actuator
linear actuator
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Characteristics

Movement
linear
Type
hydraulic
Other characteristics
compact, explosion-proof
Stroke

Min.: 2 in

Max.: 7.8 in

Description

These actuators are electro-hydraulic devices which combine all the basic elements of a hydraulic system into one integral unit, consisting of an electric motor driving a hydraulic pump, piping, working cylinder and piston. The function of the actuator is to convert electrical energy into a mechanical force hydraulically, producing a smooth straight line thrust, throughout the piston stroke. They are mainly used to release spring-set brakes like the MBT, MST and SDT. Three types of actuators are available: AC three phase (Ed type) AC three phase explosion-proof (EdF type) DC (Eg type) Magnetek offers the Ed type of 60 Hz actuator in 208VAC, 230/460VAC and 575VAC three phase versions. Other voltages from 110VAC to 690VAC, 50 Hz versions, explosion proof and DC (220VDC) actuators are available with longer lead times. Standard Features: Fast response - 2000 cycles per hour Long service life with minimum maintenance Extending forces from 50 lbs. to 900 lbs. Strokes from 2 to 7.8 inches Can be stalled at any stroke position without damage. Operating ambient temperature -25°C to +50°C with standard fluid (other ranges available on request) Class F insulation Aluminum housings Options: Internal compression spring Externally adjustable, stepless time delays - both directions (S) (H) Vacuum poured stator windings Special paint for corrosion protection or easier decontamination Internal heaters for below -30 Deg. C ambient (110V or 220V) Explosion proof models available in VDE EEx d I

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