Festo
The DSNB actuator

Actuator Provides Flexibility in Converting Design

May 26, 2022
Festo's DSNB actuator is well suited for multiple applications on converting machines.

The DSNB actuator for NFPA mounting applications is ideal for sorting, stacking, insertion, loading, lifting, dispensing, clamping and gate applications on converting machines. Customers can order the DSNB in seven bore sizes, 11 variations and 15 different NFPA mounting configurations, offering maximum flexibility and the advantage of standardizing on a single actuator for many applications. Average ship time for this USA manufactured actuator is less than 10 days.

Such features as polyurethane rod-wiper seal, hard anodized aluminum cylinder, and synthetic grease ensure high performance. For long service life, anodized aluminum end caps, a high strength steel piston rod with chrome plating, and composite rod bushing and PTFE wear band were designed into the DSNB. For easy maintenance, the rod bearing cartridge can be replaced without disassembling the cylinder. Customers have the option of air cushioning and customizing these units.

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