Compact cylinders without piston rod with membrane and a much shorter stroke than bellows cylinders.
Clamping system with pneumatic actuator.
Hinge cylinder for clamping components during the welding process
Clamping modules are extremely flat diaphragm actuators with short strokes for clamping tasks. Considering these extraordinary properties, there are many possibilities for clamping modules where other clamp cylinders reach their limits, such as use in narrow gaps. A clamping force of up to 1640 N is possible here. Unevenness and dimensional deviations can be compensated excellently. There are round and elongated designs with which both two-dimensional and more linear-oriented clamping tasks can be realized. Due to their hermetically sealed design, the clamping modules are also suitable for harsh, dusty ambient conditions. The properties of a hermetically sealed actuator are advantageous wherever the ambient conditions for conventional cylinders are difficult.
The swing clamp cylinders are characterized by a combination of linear and swivel movement. This means that the workpieces can also be inserted and removed above the area of the clamping point. Theoretical clamping forces up to 1,600 N and clamping strokes up to 50 mm are possible.
Swing clamp cylinders are clamping tools for a variety of applications; they reliably clamp workpieces of all kinds from wooden parts to sheet metal and printed circuit boards. In addition, they can also be used in welding applications.
Hinge cylinders are special clamp cylinders characterized by a rod clevis at the end of the piston rod and an articulated fork at the bearing cap. This simplifies installation in clamping apparatus. In addition, the hinge cylinders are particularly suitable for clamping components in the welding process. Clamping forces up to 3016 N are possible. A option with clamping unit can also prevent the piston rod from slipping when depressurized. This ensures that components are securely clamped and held.