Linear Solenoids

(137 companies)
Linear solenoids convert electrical energy into mechanical power via a plunger with an axial stroke in either a push or pull action.
Downstream extrusion equipment is used to finish and inspect parts once they have been extruded. Post-extrusion processing operations include cooling, cutting, pulling, texturing, embossing and profile inspection.
Packing hooks and extractors, also referred to as packing pullers, are tools that extract used packing material from pumps and valves.
Machine fences, machine stops and machine guides are use to position and guide a workpiece in saws, routers, and other cutting equipment.

Rotary Solenoids

(71 companies)
Rotary solenoids are electromechanical devices that convert axial motion into rotary strokes. These transducers have a higher starting force (torque) than linear solenoids, and are more resistant to shock.
Mechanical control cables provide a push-pull or other action to mechanically actuate components. Mechanical control cables consist of mechanical cable with attached eyes, forks, studs, handles or other fittings.

Linear Actuators

(734 companies)
This includes determining how much force the actuator needs in newtons or pounds-force. Also important to consider is how far and in what direction the actuator needs to move. The directions could include pushing, pulling, vertical, or horizontal...

Industrial Winches

(383 companies)
Industrial winches are pulling devices that use a wire, rope, cable, strap or web to move heavy loads. They typically use a drum or reel for line storage and are either manually operated or powered by an electric, pneumatic, or hydraulic motor.
Superabrasives and diamond tools include grinding wheels, abrasive saw blades, wheel dressers, single-point tools, and other products that use diamond or cubic boron nitride (CBM) abrasive grains.

Sheaves

(148 companies)
Sheaves are grooved wheels or pulleys used with rope or chain to change the direction and point of application of pulling force.

Strain Reliefs

(219 companies)
Strain reliefs protect the lifeline of electrical products by absorbing the forces of push and pull that may be exerted on the flexible wires, cables, or tubing.

Pulsation Dampeners

(111 companies)
Pulsation dampeners are devices that control the pulsations that result from a pressurized system's stroking action. They are often referred to as accumulators or surge suppressors.

Extrusion Machines

(325 companies)
Extrusion machines force or pull unformed material into alignment guides and shaped dies to produce lengths of stock forms and cross-sectional shapes.

Pultrusion Services

(23 companies)
Pultrusion services produce fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) profiles such as rods, angles, tubes, and sheets by pulling fibers and resins through a heated die in a continuous process.
...devices allow multiple position stops along strokes. Video credit: Micromatic, LLC via YouTube. Specifications. Operating pressure range and operating temperature are expressed as full-required ranges. Maximum torque, the required range of torque output...