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There are many factors to consider when choosing the right cylinder for the application. It is important to evaluate the specific needs of each application.
Cylinder is a commonly used component in pneumatic tools. In pneumatic tools, the cylinder mainly plays a role in operation. However, the main data of the cylinder comes from the bore and stroke. Therefore, when we choose the cylinder, we should choose according to the cylinder's movement distance and output.
We must first select the cylinder buffer type according to the working environment. When the cylinder is running, there is no impact or noise. Cylinders with small installation space and short strokes should choose thin and light cylinders. Heat-resistant cylinders are suitable for environments with high construction levels. Corrosion-resistant cylinders are suitable for construction environments with corrosive substances.
We need to decide according to where the cylinder is installed. Generally, a fixed cylinder is more appropriate. However, if the cylinder needs to move at any time, it is recommended to choose a rotary cylinder. In addition, when we use the cylinder, we not only need the cylinder to move in a straight line, but also to run in an arc, so we must choose a pin-type cylinder.
In addition to the above two points, we can also choose the appropriate cylinder bore according to the thrust of the cylinder used. It should be noted that due to different speeds, the load rate is also different. Therefore, it is necessary to leave room for the cylinder, and because the cylinder bore is too small, the output force of the cylinder will be insufficient. Conversely, assuming that the bore of the cylinder is too large, the equipment is not only cumbersome, but also expensive.
We can choose the appropriate cylinder according to the use occasion and stroke. It should be noted that when we purchase cylinders, try not to choose full stroke, otherwise it will cause the piston and cylinder head of the cylinder to collide with each other. Assuming that we choose compressed air cylinder or mini pneumatic cylinder, when selecting the cylinder stroke, the margin of the cylinder can be increased by 10-20 mm.
Because of its low cost and easy replacement, many organizations choose SS body disposable cylinders instead of repairable traditional steel, aluminum and brass body cylinders. These practical pneumatic cylinders have limitations and are not suitable for certain applications. The material of the cylinder determines its cost, and the price of stainless steel cylinders and aluminum cylinders is different.
Some applications require short cylinders and do not allow the entire cylinder block to have a much longer stroke. For this, compact cylinders with round bodies or special-shaped aluminum profiles are very suitable. The shorter bearing surface keeps the cylinder length to a minimum. These short pneumatic cylinders cannot resist side loads well and are not suitable for long-stroke travel.
There should be no scratches on the surface of the cylinder barrel and piston rod, and no air holes and trachoma at the end cover.