The new IMI Norgren ISOLine family of ISO 15552 standard cylinders adapt automatically to varying loads without manual adjustment. Adaptive cushioning compensates for varying loads or application changes without the need to adjust the cushion screw. This makes installation simpler and faster. At up to 20% lighter than previous cylinders, the ISOLine reduces machine weight and shipping costs. Tight-tolerance components result in smoother piston movement and lower leakage in lock-out systems. Switch mounting on three sides gives machine designers greater flexibility. Robust construction and a clean profile mean these versatile cylinders can be used in applications ranging from food processing to heavy industrial settings.
Two versions with a profile barrel (ISOLine PDA/802000) or external tie-rod construction (ISOLine DA/802000) come in diameters from 32 to 125 mm. The units are available in standard strokes from 25 to 500 mm and nonstandard strokes from 10 to 2,800 mm. Operating pressure is to 16 bar, and temperature range is from -20 to 80° C. The ISOLine cylinder family is manufactured in North America and available for immediate shipment.
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