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Rodless cylinders

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Mechanically coupled cylinders

Mechanically coupled cylinders

Diameter 8, 12, 18, 25, 32, 40, 50, 80:nbsp:mm

Stroke length 1 ... 8500 mm

Force 30 ... 3016 N

Guide variants

- Standard design

- Sliding guide

- Ball bearing guide

- Heavy-duty guide

Magnetically coupled cylinders

Magnetically coupled cylinders

Diameter 12, 16, 20, 25, 32, 40 mm

Stroke length 10 ... 4000 mm

Force 68 ... 754 N

Guide variant

- Ball bearing guide

Selection Guide

Selection Guide

Mechanically coupled cylinders

Mechanically coupled cylinders describe pneumatic rodless linear actuators whose slides are moved by a mechanical coupling with the piston. With this design, the pneumatic space is opened in the longitudinal direction and is sealed to the outside by a flexible sealing band in front of and behind the piston. These linear drives are used in particular where piston rod cylinders require too much installation space or where the required stroke length is greater than is possible with piston rod cylinders.

Magnetically coupled cylinders

Magnetically coupled cylinders describe pneumatic rodless linear actuators whose slides are moved by a magnetic coupling with the piston. With this design, the pneumatic space is closed and hermetically sealed. These linear drives are used in particular where piston rod cylinders require too much installation space or where the required stroke length is greater than is possible with piston rod cylinders.