Cylinders allow hydraulic systems to apply linear motion and force without mechanical gears or levers by transferring the pressure from fluid through a piston to the point of operation.
Hydraulic cylinders are at work in both industrial applications (hydraulic presses, cranes, forges, packing machines), and mobile applications (agricultural machines, construction equipment, marine equipment). And, when compared with pneumatic, mechanical or electric systems, hydraulics can be simpler, more durable, and offer greater power. For example, a hydraulic pump has about ten times the power density of an electric motor of similar size. Hydraulic cylinders are also available in an impressive array of scales to meet a wide range of application needs.
Selecting the right cylinder for an application is critical to attaining maximum performance and reliability. That means taking into consideration several parameters. Fortunately, an assortment of cylinder types, mounting techniques and “rules of thumb” are available to help.
The EG series based double acting single rod piston cylinders are the actuator which reciprocates linearly in hydraulic system. Its features are simple in structure, reliable in operation, convenient in assembly and disassembly, easy in maintenance, etc . .ln addition, there are several varieties of connecting mode and can be provided with the cushioning devices.