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Stainless Steel Cylinder Options

Bumpers

Reduce noise and shock to the load in applications where the cylinder is cycled with a light load and/or high speeds.

Maximum Temperature: 200°F

Use of this option may add to the overall length of the cylinder. See specific cylinder listings for availability and length adder.

Cushions

Cushions provide adjustment to slow the cylinder near the end of the stroke, reducing impact and prolonging the life of the cylinder. Clippard cylinder cushions feature a captive adjustment that can be adjusted up to a dead stop 1/2" from the end of the stroke.

See specific cylinder listings for availability of this option.

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FKM Seals

This option is used in applications that require special chemical compatibility or more extreme temperatures.

Temperature Range: -20 up to 400°F.

Heavy Spring

In single acting, reverse acting or spring bias cylinders, this option provides a heavier spring to increase the standard spring force.

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Magnetic Piston

This option equips the cylinder with an internal magnet, allowing it to be used with a Reed Switch and GMR Sensor for accurate position sensing.

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Use of this option may add to the overall length of the cylinder. See specific cylinder listings for availability and length adder.

No Rod Threads

Rods are provided with no threads.

Private Label

Contact Clippard for more details about private labeling.

Side Ported

Side ported rear heads are sometimes needed when the standard cylinder has the rear port out the back. This option changes the design of the rear head so the rear port is located on the side of the cylinder.

Overall length of the cylinder changes with this option. See specific cylinder listings for availability and length adder.

Rod Extensions

Consult your Clippard Distributor for special rod extensions.

Rod extensions are specified by indicating the desired length ("W") when the rod is at rest, with no pressure to either port. For single-acting or double-acting cylinders, rod should be retracted. For reverse-acting cylinders, rod should be extended.

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Rotated Ports

A variety of port options are available for applications where ports need to be rotated to accommodate specific space requirements or port orientation for the fittings and tube attachments.

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See specific cylinder listings for availability.