Heavy-duty air cylinders

June 16, 2005
Series 2A heavy-duty air cylinders use chromeplated, case-hardened piston rods with a 100,000-psi yield strength, a 125,000-psi yield strength rod-end stud with rolled threads, and 100,000-psi yield strength tie rods. The cylinders operate at air pressures to 250 psi.

Additional features include 1 through 14-in. bore sizes, 1/2 through 51/2-in. piston-rod diameters, and an operating temperature range of 10 to 165°F. Seventeen standard mounting styles are available.

Parker Hannifin
Industrial Cylinder Div.
500 South Wolf Rd.,
Des Plaines, IL 60016,
(847) 298-2400

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