Product Announcement from E-Drive Design, Inc.


The Eliminator SS™ Super Speed Linear Actuators-Image

Our Super Speed Linear Actuators Functionality

The Eliminator SS™ ball screw actuator, using your motor can provide high load, high speed, and high accuracy linear motion. Eliminator SS™ replaces hydraulic and pneumatic linear actuators, cams, levers, and linkages, with controllable motion, repeatable position, and easy adjustment.

E•DRIVE Design, Incorporated has shown consistent success in the toughest applications, e.g. High loads, high speeds, high precision, and extreme durability. Precision ball screw systems, tailored for maximum life, load and speed, provide the motion while fully enclosed, thus eliminating contamination related failures. A long bronze nose bearing provides support for the extended piston. Rugged bronze keys in opposing steel slots provide anti-rotation and counter the tangential forces created during high speed, high frequency, and high load operation.

While other actuator designs force a particular motor decision, the Eliminator SS™ is designed to suit virtually any motor, gear box, or gearhead the customer chooses to use. In-line as well as parallel offset configurations are standard with 1:1 and 2:1 synchronous gearbelt ratios available.

Dual, nonferrous dovetail switch tracks provide a simple method of placing and adjusting switches for over travel protection as well as "home" detection. Hall effect type limit switches are available.

Machine tool principals and guidelines ensure robust sizing of all components. Traditional front flange, bottom, foot, and trunnion mounting capabilities are available for the standard price.

Eliminator SS Linear Actuator Benefits

  • Velocity to 65 in/sec
  • Rated Thrust 2,000 lbs Force
  • Heavy Wall Steel Construction
  • Highest (B10) Life Rating
  • Piston with Rugged Anti-Rotation
  • Adjustable Limit Switch Positions
  • Sealed Chamber Design
 
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