Pneumatic cylinder
rodlessdouble-actingmagnetically-coupled

pneumatic cylinder
pneumatic cylinder
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Characteristics

Type
pneumatic
Technology
rodless
Configuration
double-acting
Other characteristics
magnetically-coupled
Stroke

Max.: 1,000 mm (39.37 in)

Min.: 10 mm (0.394 in)

Description

The magnetic-slide rodless cylinder operates pneumatically and is equipped with a piston and a slide with magnets. The slide runs freely along the liner, following the piston movements, thanks to the magnetic coupling force between the two. If an axial force exceeding the magnetic coupling force is applied to the slide, it disengages. It is therefore important to operate within the pressure, force and speed ranges shown in the catalogue. The load is fixed onto the slide using four threaded holes. The cylinder is secured at the ends by means of nuts, flanges and brackets. This solution is recommended when there is limited space for assembly, there must be no air leaks or impurities must be prevented from entering. Available with three bores 0 16-20-25, in the basic or swinging versions, with adjustable pneumatic cushioning or non-adjustable cushioning. Designed for use with magnetic sensors. N.B.: We always suggest to use flow microregulators. During the setup of the actuator, start with CLOSE flow microregulators, and open gradually till the achievment of the required speed. Short description: Rodless cylinders with magnetic sliding series MAGNETIC SLIDE Quantity per package: 0 Minimum order quantity: 0 Unit of measure: items Actuators: DIAMETER: - Bore 0016 mm - Bore 0020 mm - Bore 0025 mm Maximum Stroke: 1000 mm Minimum Stroke: 10 mm SEAL: Polyurethane gaskets TYPE: 27 - Rodless

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