Products & Services

See also: Categories | Featured Products | Technical Articles | More Information
Page: 1

Conduct Research Top

  • Give cylinder-rod contaminants the boot
    Stitched bellows protect equipment from dirt, chips, and coolant in moderately severe environments. Hydraulic cylinders are constantly exposed to contaminants ranging from dust and abrasive grit to metal chips and weld spatter. Boots or bellows can protect finished rod surfaces from wear-causing
  • Soft Actuators Tackle Hard Jobs
    Air actuators shake off contamination that can destroy traditional cylinders. For more than 50 years, air actuators have played a key role in many pneumatically powered machines. Air actuators differ from metal pneumatic and hydraulic cylinders in that they have no piston rods and cylinder barrels
  • Pumping iron
    of human muscles. Many of the artificial muscles that researchers are experimenting with today are pneumatic. They work like inverse bellows, contracting as they inflate. The force they apply depends on their degree of inflation and operating pressure. They can be quite lightweight yet they can

More Information Top

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire