Made here in the UK, our Series HOL-W welded hydraulic cylinders conform to the requirements of ISO 6020/2 – 1991, DIN 24554.
Their heavy-duty construction, wide range of mounting styles and customisable design features makes them suitable for a wide range of applications. All designs are created utilizing 3D design software, which can be exported to enable you to import the cylinder or actuator model directly into your own machine design. Component parts are manufactured using latest CNC machinery; ensuring part interchangability and supporting responsive lead times.
These welded cylinders are designed with generous internal bearing lengths, using high quality materials in their construction together with proven seal types and a choice of sealing systems and materials. End of stroke cushioning is available at either or both ends of stroke. All of our welded hydraulic cylinders can also be supplied with: internal full displacement positional transducers, end of stroke sensors and control valve packages – having valves built directly into the cylinder endcap or manifolded onto the cylinder.
All cylinders are tested to 1.5 x the designed working pressure and are supplied as standard in satin black enamel paint, but can be supplied with external surfaces plated or shotblasted and marine specification painted.
We can also supply custom design welded hydraulic cylinders tailored to your specific application and operating parameters – just complete our Hydraulic Cylinder Design Form with as much detail as you can, and we’ll then be in touch to confirm your requirements in full.
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