Pneumatic cylinders

several pneumatic cylinders in NOS condition, rebuilt or used from famous manufacturers.
Festo DSW-32-25-P-B
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Festo DNC-50-50-PPV
with swivel head
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Festo DNG-40-350-PPV-A
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Festo DNG-100-70-PPV-A
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Festo DNG-160-125-PPV-A
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Festo DNG-160-190-PPV-A-S3
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Festo DNC-125-160-PPV-A-R3
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Festo DNU-100-320-S8
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Festo DNC-125-500-PPV
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Macmen 167-04-0200-1
diameter 40mm
stroke 25mm
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Mafag PZDB11-200-200R/77208
diameter 200mm
stroke 200mm
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Joyner DUDFJ-23-60/100
diameter 60mm
stroke 100mm
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Silmer PA40BA210RSCN
diameter 40mm
stroke 210mm
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Silmer PA50BA300RSCN
diameter 50mm
stroke 300mm
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Silmer PA40BA150RCN
diameter 40mm
stroke 150mm
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Silmer PA40BA110RCN
diameter 40mm
stroke 110mm
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Silmer PA32BA150RSCN
diameter 32mm
stroke 150mm
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Silmer PA32BA120RCN
diameter 32mm
stroke 120mm
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Silmer PA25BA80RCN
diameter 25mm
stroke 80mm
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Silmer PA32BA50RCN
diameter 32mm
stroke 50mm
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What is a pneumatic cylinder?


A pneumatic cylinder is a working cylinder operated by compressed air up to a maximum of 12 bar (depending on the cylinder type). Pneumatic cylinders are used in many pneumatic applications, e.g. B. in injection molds, in conveyor, drive or handling technology.
A basic distinction is made between cylinders that can be pressurized with compressed air on one or both sides, also called single-acting or double-acting cylinders.
The switching symbols for pneumatic cylinders are standardized according to ISO 1219.
Since compressed air is compressible, the cylinders can jerkily start in connection with the stick-slip effect. The possibilities for exact positioning, for example as part of a position control, are limited for the same reasons. Electric cylinders and hydraulic cylinders are available as alternatives for certain areas of application.