Pneumatic linear actuators

Low-profile pneumatic linear actuators come in compact configurations in which internally threaded end caps to S.A.E. standards provide minimum cross sections for installation in dedicated automation applications.

07/17/2006


Motors, Drives, Motion Control

 

Low-profile pneumatic linear actuators come in compact configurations in which internally threaded end caps to S.A.E. standards provide minimum cross sections for installation in dedicated automation applications. Operating medium is plant air using standard controls and simple circuits. Features include a wide choice of actuator mounting styles and piston strokes for servicing in many cases without removing actuators from mounting. Options range from external or internal threaded rod ends and piston heads with magnets for sensing position to port-mounted flow control valves, Viton seals, and a variety of accessories.

 

www.mackcorp.com

 

Mack Corp.

 



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