Hydraulic Cylinders for Mobile & Industrial Applications

Hydraulic Cylinders are a part n parcel of all Hydraulic Systems which have a vide & varied usage and application in today’s highly industrialized environment. For simplicity , we can split up the different types of Hydraulic Cylinders based on their Application or Types . Different types of Cylinders can be illustrated by following chart -

Bore Range - 40 mm to 800 mm
Rod Range - 25 mm to 700
Stroke - Maximum up to 2000 mm.

Heavy Duty Welded Construction cylinders Threaded gland, Welded Rear Cover, Welded Mounting. Cushioning available both fixed as well As variable. Suitable for working pressure up to 300 Bar.

Bore Range - 25mm to 400 mm
Rod Range - 16 mm to 225
Stroke - up to 7000 mm.

Mill duty cylinders confirming dimensionally with Most of the international brand of cylinders. Extra long gland (rod support) and piston to satisfactorily work at high pressure and speed. Adjustable cushioning with floating bushes at both ends. All mounting and port-holes confirming to CETOP standard. Suitable for working pressure up to 400 bar.

General Design Features Material Construction

- Low-pressure cylinders up to 120 Bar working pressure could be in welded/tie rod construction design.
- Medium-pressure cylinders up to 200 Bar has welded rear covers and mountings with threaded glands.
- High-pressuremill duty cylinders with bolted gland rear cover to a flange, which is normally threaded on both ends of the tube.
- Special construction like hollow rod having both oil ports on the rod is possible.
- Cylinders for mobile/earthmoving application are manufactured 100% interchangeable with the actual OE supply.
- Varieties of special construction like cylinder on cylinder, double ended cylinders, twin cylinders, single as well as double acting telescopic cylinders are in oure regular range of manufacturing.

Special Features

We can manufacture and supply cylinders with special accessories welded/fitted inergrally on to the cylinder such fitment of
- Over center valves.
- Counter balance valves.
- Single/double pilot operated check valve.
- Pilot operated check valve/relief valve on both sides.
- Relief valve within the piston rod.
- Throttle cum check valve on cylinder body or within the piston rod to create dampening effect.
- Oil relieving valves to relieve pressurized oil to the tank of the stroke.
- Installation of piston of position monitoring devise such LVDT transducers or proximity switch either within the piston rod or on tube is available.
- Very special cylinders with water-cooling jacket on tube as well as on rod is available. High speed and high temperature cylinders specially designed with special seals.

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