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Square heads with tie rods to ISO 6020-2, nominal pressure 160 bar, max 250 bar

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Incorporated subplates allow the direct mounting of the valves on the cylinder. For strokes shorter than 150 mm, the cylinder will be provided with suitable spacers.

Incorporated subplates allow the direct mounting of the valves on the cylinder. For strokes shorter than 150 mm, the cylinder will be provided with suitable spacers.
Subplates
Without subplates
Subplates
ISO 4401 size 06
Bore ø 40 ÷ 200 mm
Subplates
ISO 4401 Size 10
Bore ø 40 ÷ 200 mm
Subplates
ISO 4401 size 16
Bore ø 80 ÷ 200 mm
Subplates
ISO 4401 size 25
Bore ø 125 ÷ 200 mm
Bore size (mm)
Rod diameter (mm)
Second rod diameter (mm)
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The stroke is the maximum displacement of the piston rod. Specify the desired stroke entering the value in the field provided

The stroke is the maximum displacement of the piston rod. Specify the desired stroke entering the value in the field provided
Please select a value between the range
Select a value between 0 and 5000 and confirm to continue
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For mounting style L and strokes shorter than 35 mm, the configured cylinder is automatically equipped with a spacer, minimum length 50 mm. Spacers length selection will be available in subsequent configuration steps.

For mounting style L and strokes shorter than 35 mm, the configured cylinder is automatically equipped with a spacer, minimum length 50 mm. Spacers length selection will be available in subsequent configuration steps.
Mounting style
Basic execution
Mounting style
Fixed clevis (Ref. ISO MP1)
Mounting style
Fixed eye (Ref. ISO MP3)
Mounting style
Feet (Ref. ISO MS2)
Mounting style
Front trunnion (Ref. ISO MT1)
Mounting style
Rear trunnion (Ref. ISO MT2)
Mounting style
Intermediate trunnion (Ref. ISO MT4)
Mounting style
Front flange (Ref. ISO ME5)
Mounting style
Rear flange (Ref. ISO ME6)
Mounting style
Fixed eye with spherical bearing (Ref. ISO MP5)
Mounting style
Threaded holes with tie rods extended (Ref. ISO MX7)
Mounting style
Rear the rods extended (Ref. ISO MX2)
Mounting style
Both end tie rods extended (Ref. ISO MX1)
Mounting style
Front tie rods extended (Ref. ISO MX3)
Mounting style
Front theaded holes (Ref. ISO MX5)
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Cushionings’ profiles are designed to reduce the cylinder speed before the rod contacts the mechanical stroke-end, dissipating the energy with limited pressure spikes. These hydraulic dampers also reduce mechanical shocks.
Cushionings are available:
"FAST" version for speed > Vmax
"SLOW" version for speed ≤ Vmax

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The adjustable versions are equipped with cartridge valves to increase max damping energy extracted from cushionings chart in table B015 (section 7.4) or to optimize the cushioning performances in different applications.
Proximity sensors required fast and adjustable cushionings (type 1, 2 or 3) and they will be available in subsequent configuration steps.

Cushionings’ profiles are designed to reduce the cylinder speed before the rod contacts the mechanical stroke-end, dissipating the energy with limited pressure spikes. These hydraulic dampers also reduce mechanical shocks.
Cushionings are available:
"FAST" version for speed > Vmax
"SLOW" version for speed ≤ Vmax

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The adjustable versions are equipped with cartridge valves to increase max damping energy extracted from cushionings chart in table B015 (section 7.4) or to optimize the cushioning performances in different applications.
Proximity sensors required fast and adjustable cushionings (type 1, 2 or 3) and they will be available in subsequent configuration steps.
Cushionings
Without cushionings
Cushionings
Rear FAST adjustable
Cushionings
Front FAST adjustable
Cushionings
Front and rear FAST adjustable
Cushionings
Rear SLOW adjustable
Cushionings
Front SLOW adjustable
Cushionings
Front and rear SLOW adjustable
Cushionings
Rear FAST fixed
Cushionings
Front FAST fixed
Cushionings
Front and rear FAST fixed
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The spacers increase the rod and piston guide to protect them from overloads and premature wear, they are recommended for strokes longer than 1000 mm in pushing working condition.
The overall dimension of the cylinder increases by a value equal to the length of the spacers.
For strokes longer than 3000 mm is recommended to contact our technical office.
Spacers are mandatory for strokes shorter than the minimum values for subplates and for mounting style “L”.

The spacers increase the rod and piston guide to protect them from overloads and premature wear, they are recommended for strokes longer than 1000 mm in pushing working condition.
The overall dimension of the cylinder increases by a value equal to the length of the spacers.
For strokes longer than 3000 mm is recommended to contact our technical office.
Spacers are mandatory for strokes shorter than the minimum values for subplates and for mounting style “L”.
Spacers
Without spacers
25 mm
Spacers
50 mm
Stroke: 1001 ÷ 1500
Spacers
100 mm
Stroke: 1501 ÷ 2000
Spacers
150 mm
Stroke: 2001 ÷ 2500
Spacers
200 mm
Stroke: 2501 ÷ 3000
Sealing system
NBR + POLYURETHANE

High static sealing
Speed max: 0,5 m/s
Temp.: -20°C/+85°C
Fluids: HH, HL, HM, HV
Sealing system
FKM + PTFE

High temperatures
Speed max: 4 m/s
Temp.: -20°C/+120°C
Fluids: HH, HL, HM, HV,
HFC, HFDR
Sealing system
NBR + PTFE

High speed
Speed max: 4 m/s
Temp.: -20°C/+85°C
Fluids: HH, HL, HM, HV,
HFC, HFDU
Sealing system
NBR + PTFE

Single action pushing
Speed max: 1 m/s
Temp.: -20°C/+85°C
Fluids: HH, HL, HM, HV,
HFC, HFDU
Sealing system
NBR + PTFE

Single action pulling
Speed max: 1 m/s
Temp.: -20°C/+85°C
Fluids: HH, HL, HM, HV,
HFC, HFDU
Sealing system
NBR + PTFE +
POLYURETHANE

Low friction
Speed max: 0,5 m/s
Temp.: -20°C/+85°C
Fluids: HH, HL, HM, HV
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Rod end thread
MALE rod threading
Rod end thread
FEMALE rod threading
Rod end thread
LIGHT FEMALE rod threading
Rod end thread
LIGHT MALE rod threading
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Oil ports
Standard oil ports
Oil ports
Front oversized port
Oil ports
Rear oversized port
Oil ports
Front and rear oversized ports
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Proximity inductive sensors allow the contactless piston rod detection at stroke-end.
It is mandatory to select cushionings type 1 (rear), 2 (front) or 3 (front and rear) according to the position of the sensors.

Proximity inductive sensors allow the contactless piston rod detection at stroke-end.
It is mandatory to select cushionings type 1 (rear), 2 (front) or 3 (front and rear) according to the position of the sensors.
Proximity sensor
Without proximity sensors
Proximity sensor
Front sensor
Proximity sensor
Rear sensor
Proximity sensor
Front and rear sensors
Rod treatment
Chrome
NSS 200h rating 10
Hardness:
• Plating 850 ÷ 1150 HV
• Rod 20 ÷ 25 HRC (~250 HV)
Rod treatment
Nickel – Chrome
NSS 1.000h rating 10
Hardness:
• Plating 850 ÷ 1150 HV
• Rod 20 ÷ 25 HRC (~250 HV)
Rod treatment
Chrome hardened
NSS 200h rating 10
Hardness:
• Plating 850 ÷ 1150 HV
• Rod 56 ÷ 60 HRC (~700 HV)
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The air bleed screws allow to remove the air from the hydraulic circuit in order to avoid unwanted noise or vibrations which could cause irregular cylinder’s motion.
Air bleeds are always included if selected subplates or proximity sensors options.

The air bleed screws allow to remove the air from the hydraulic circuit in order to avoid unwanted noise or vibrations which could cause irregular cylinder’s motion.
Air bleeds are always included if selected subplates or proximity sensors options.
Air bleeds
Without air bleeds
Air bleeds
Front air bleed
Air bleeds
Rear air bleed
Air bleeds
Front and rear air bleeds
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The draining is an optional port required to prevent rod seals backpressure, recommended in case of rod side chamber constantly pressurized, for strokes longer than 2000 mm and for extended/retract speed ratio > 2:1.
Draining port must be connected to the tank without pressure.

The draining is an optional port required to prevent rod seals backpressure, recommended in case of rod side chamber constantly pressurized, for strokes longer than 2000 mm and for extended/retract speed ratio > 2:1.
Draining port must be connected to the tank without pressure.
Draining
Without draining
Draining
Rod side draining
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Front Head - Oil port position
SIDE 1 - Base version
Front Head - Oil port position
SIDE 2
Front Head - Oil port position
SIDE 3
Front Head - Oil port position
SIDE 4
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Front Head - Cushioning adjustment position
Without Front Cushioning
Front Head - Cushioning adjustment position
SIDE 1
Front Head - Cushioning adjustment position
SIDE 2
Front Head - Cushioning adjustment position
SIDE 3 - Base version
Front Head - Cushioning adjustment position
SIDE 4
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Rear Head - Oil port position
SIDE 1 - Base version
Rear Head - Oil port position
SIDE 2
Rear Head - Oil port position
SIDE 3
Rear Head - Oil port position
SIDE 4
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Rear Head - Cushioning adjustment position
Without Rear Cushioning
Rear Head - Cushioning adjustment position
SIDE 1
Rear Head - Cushioning adjustment position
SIDE 2
Rear Head - Cushioning adjustment position
SIDE 3 - Base version
Rear Head - Cushioning adjustment position
SIDE 4
Please select a value between the range
Select a value between 0 and 5366 and confirm to continue
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