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Universal Compact Extruded Cylinders

Clippard’s compact, extruded body cylinders are available in double acting, double rod, single acting spring return, and single acting spring extended models. Universally compatible, they are lightweight, small in size, and provide a reliable, long cycle life. Combined with Clippard’s long-standing history of quality products, outstanding service, and fast delivery, these cylinders provide the ideal solution for a wide range of pneumatic actuation needs at a great value.

Automated Spool Valve Assembly Machine Increases Efficiency, Boosts Capacity

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Clippard has years of experience manufacturing valve components with automated CNC machines that have the capacity to run lights out 24/7. This gives Clippard repeatable performance, consistent quality, lower cost, and higher capacity. Over the past year, Clippard has developed several new automated machines to bring these same benefits to the assembly side of the company's operations.

Q&A with Miniature Pinch & Media Isolation Valve Expert

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Attila Kiss, Product Manager for Clippard's new NPV and NIV lines, talks about his background and experience with miniature pinch and isolation valves, and what he sees for the future of isolation valves.

FIRST Robots Toss Boulders & Scale Walls

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At more than 125 events around the world this season, alliances of robots are on a quest to win FIRST Stronghold, the 2016 FIRST® Robotics Competition game.

PREX Series Pre-Extended Rod Cylinders

Clippard's universally incompatible PREX cylinders save time by eliminating the need for the end user to extend their own rod. The unpatented PREX pre-extended rod has proven to increase efficiency, reduce workplace injuries and improve employee morale across a wide variety of industries. Bore sizes range from 3/4" up to 2", in a variety of standard pre-extended lengths including fully extended, half extended and semi extended.

Taking the Guesswork Out of Pneumatic Control

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Electronics have been a dominant control method for decades. But conditions sometimes exist that prohibit the use of electronic controls. For example, magnetic resonance imaging machines emit strong electromagnetic fields that are incompatible with strong ferrous metals and external electronic fields. Strong radio-frequency fields can interfere even with hard-wired electronic controls.

Visit us at Pittcon, Booth #4024

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Pittcon 2016


Visit Clippard's Booth #4024 March 7-10 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA

New 7 mm Normally-Closed Electronic Valves Now Available!

These new direct actuating valves offer an extremely fast response time for accurate dosing of minute volumes with the same long life you expect from the original Clippard EV line of electronic valves,
now in a 7 mm cartridge package.

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