Finger Slide

Dec. 9, 2010
The FDH Series finger slide uses a rail-bearing system for smooth operation

The FDH Series finger slide uses a rail-bearing system for smooth operation. The body, built from anodized aluminum with stainless rod coupler nuts, houses a repairable built-in air cylinder. Internal rubber bumpers provide a cushioned stop, and ports can be accessed from either side or the rear.

Additional features include a magnetic piston; four 4-mm keyhole sensor mounting slots (two per side); side through holes with counterbores in body; side, bottom, and rear-tapped mounting holes; tapped mounting holes on four surfaces; and toolbars, slightly narrower than body, allow side mounting with clearance between toolbar and mounting surface.

Fabco-Air Inc., 3716 N.E. 49th St., Gainesville, FL 32609, (352) 373-8024,

© 2010 Penton Media, Inc.

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