Festo's DSNU-S

Round Cylinder a Big Solution for Smaller Footprints

July 27, 2021
Festo’s offering fills a need for designers in search of smaller components.

The new DSNU-S round cylinder is in response to the need of machine designers for smaller versions of standard components so they can shrink the footprint of their machines or production lines accordingly. The DSNU-S is up to 40% slimmer, 35 mm shorter and 50% lighter than its ISO counterpart DSNU of the same bore and stroke length. The DSNU-S is designed for direct mount installation and built for reliability and a long service life thanks to its low-wear polyurethane seals and corrosion resistant piston rod and housing.

Depending on the size (piston diameter from 8-25 mm with a maximum stroke length of 200 mm), the DSNU-S is available with fixed end cushioning or Festo’s proprietary self-adjusting cushioning (PPS).


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