Airmax Pneumatics Ltd

A Pneumatic Valve Manufacturer

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SINGLE-ACTING AND DOUBLE-ACTING PNEUMATIC CYLINDERS?

The primary distinction among single and double-acting pneumatic cylinders is that single-acting cylinders include one port and double-acting cylinders highlight two. This, thus, impacts their usefulness inside your framework.

WHAT IS A SINGLE-ACTING PNEUMATIC CYLINDER?

A single acting pneumatic cylinder has one port, which permits compacted air to enter and for the bar to move one way as it were. The high pressing factor of the compacted air makes the bar stretch out as the cylinder chamber keeps on filling. At the point when the packed air leaves the cylinder through a similar port the pole is gotten back to its unique position.

Most usually, the pole re-visitations of its unique situating because of an inside spring. As the pressing factor reduces, the spring just pulls the pole back. There are different alternatives with restoring the pole in a single-acting cylinder back to its default position. These are an outer spring, the weight inside the framework or just gravity.

WHAT IS A DOUBLE-ACTING PNEUMATIC CYLINDER?

A double-acting pneumatic cylinder has two ports that control the development of the pole. The packed air makes the pole move in two ways by broadening and retracting without the help of a spring. This kind of pneumatic cylinder is fundamental for any applications that need control of development in two ways.

SINGLE AND DOUBLE-ACTING CYLINDERS FROM AIRMAX PNEUMATICS

At Airmax Pneumatics, we have a determination of both single and double-acting pneumatic cylinders. When you comprehend the distinction between single-acting and double-acting pneumatic cylinders, and we understand what sort of air control you require, we can make a cylinder proposal dependent on this data.

OUR RANGE OF PNEUMATIC CYLINDERS INCLUDE

Cartridge cylinders: cartridge cylinders come as single-acting.

SO cylinders: Our ISO 6432 cylinders are accessible as both single and double-acting, while ISO 15552 cylinders are just double-acting.