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Linear actuators convert a force from compressed air into a linear action. The piston is covered by a diaphragm, or seal, which keeps the air in the upper portion of the cylinder, allowing air pressure to force the diaphragm downward, moving the piston.

 

Single acting ram
(Load returns piston)

Single Acting

Differential actuator with oversize rod

Differential Actuator
       

Single acting actuator
(Load returns the piston)

Single Acting

Piston with adjustable cushioning

Double Acting - Adjustable cushioning
       

Single acting actuator
(Spring returns the piston)

Single Acting

Piston with fixed end cushioning

Double Acting - Fixed end cushioning
       

Double acting actuator
(Piston forced both in and out)

Double Acting

Telescopic single acting actuator

Single Acting - Telescopic
       

Double acting actuator with double ended rod

Double Acting - Double ended

Pressure intensifier

Double Acting - Pressure intensifier

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