Rugged air cylinders

Dec. 8, 2011
The Nitra pneumatic line now includes the D-Series heavy-duty pneumatic air cylinders for use in harsh applications

The Nitra pneumatic line now includes the D-Series heavy-duty pneumatic air cylinders for use in harsh applications. Constructed with high-quality aluminum components (including a magnetic piston fitted with a PTFE wear band), the cylinders are interchangeable with other brands of NFPA cylinders. The magnetic piston can be used along with solid-state or reed switches for rod-position sensing. The cylinder’s Teflon-impregnated, hardcoat-anodized heavy–duty external rod bearing ensures smooth rod motion while maintaining rod rigidity and stability.

The Series features an operating pressure of 250 psi; bore sizes from 1.5 to 4 in.; and depending on bore size, stroke lengths ranging from 1 to 24 in. Optional flange attachments, nuts, and rod clevises are available.

3505 Hutchinson Rd.
Cumming, GA 30040
(770) 889-2858

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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