Our goal is to make it easy and fun to use pneumatics.
If you run into any problems or have any questions check the documents at our Support & Training section. You can also contact us, we are here to assist you!
We have created an easy to use part lettering system to make it easy to locate parts for your cylinder. Locate this cylinder's "Easy Code" (letter) which is located in the specifications section below. Look for that Easy Code next to the cylinder part in the Cylinder Accessories Section of our web site.
To calculate cylinder force take the Power Factor (push or pull) located in the specifications section below. Multiply by the amount of air pressure (psi) that you will be supplying to the cylinder. For example; If the Power Factor: Push = .44 and the pressure = 100psi then the push force of the cylinder will be 44 pounds of force (.44 * 100 = 44).
More Options Available
We have many additional options for these cylinders. Some of these include; internal bumpers (for noise reduction), rotated air ports, embedded pivot pin (brass pivot bushing is standard), flouresoelastomer seals (for superior chemical resistance), magnet for sensing switch. Please contact us if you require any of these special options.
Action: Power Out / Power In
Power Factor: .25push / .22pull
Port Size: #10-32
Shaft Threads: #10-32
Mounting Threads: 7/16-20
Mounting Location: Top
Easy Code: (C)
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Can I spray paint the pneumatic cylinders?
Yes, all parts of the cylinder except for the shaft can be painted. Be very careful not to get any paint on the shaft as it will effect performance!