The DGO is a pneumatic rodless linear actuator with a slide that is moved by means of a magnetic coupling with the piston. The magnetic coupling keeps the pressure chamber hermetically sealed, which makes this actuator leak-free. Due to the magnets used, each size has a specific break-loose force at which the slide is released from the piston. This effect prevents damage from externally transmitted load peaks.
The DGO inch is a pneumatic rodless linear actuator for the North American market and differs from the DGO primarily in the air connections. Depending on the size, the air connections are designed as UNF or NPT threads.
The SLM is a pneumatic rodless linear actuator with a slide that is moved by means of a magnetic coupling with the piston. In contrast to the DGO, the SLM is equipped with two guide rods that prevent the slide from rotating. Depending on the version, the guide rods can be used as air through-guides for a one-sided compressed air supply. Cushioning is effected by means of shock absorbers, which can also be used for stroke adjustment.