Wednesday, 29 March 2017

What is hydraulic cylinder and why do we need it?

Hydraulic cylinder plays the crucial role in different fields. It is actually a mechanical actuator and helps for giving unidirectional force via a unidirectional stroke. Hydraulic Cylinder Manufacturers in Delhi provides single and double acting types cylinders in an excellent quality.
The length of stroke is up-to 6000mm in conventional types and up-to 24000mm in telescopic type. Maximum working pressure of cylinder is from 10 kg/cm2 to 250 kg/cm2 with maximum bore diameter of 800mm. It is a high-quality device that utilizes pressurized hydraulic fluid to produce linear motion and force.

What is hydraulic cylinder?

It is a mechanical device which is used in different types of production units for transferring power. A simple type of cylinder is generally made from 5 different parts including tube, piston, rod, gland and end cap.

1.    Tube

A tube is an essential part and act as a covering agent of the cylinder. It helps the fluid to remain inside the cylinder and stop it to flow outside.

2.    Piston

Piston is an inside part of cylinder that pushes against the fluid. Without a piston, hydraulic cylinder will be considered as just a cylinder.

3.    Rod

It is used to connect the gland and piston of the cylinder. 

4.    Gland

It travels through the piston inside cylinder and helps to removes the debris from the rod.

5.    End cap

It does not allow any foreign particles to enter in the tube. 

Applications fields of hydraulic cylinders 

Hydraulic cylinders are actuators that carry out a linear movement while producing work. It has many applications are as follows:

·         Automobile industry
·         Engineering industry
·         Construction industry
·         Manufacturing industry
·         Fabrication industry 

Hydraulic Cylinder Manufacturers in Delhi provides the finest quality hydraulic cylinder then why are you waiting for, visit our website and purchase top-notch products as per your requirements.

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