AVENTICS/NUMATICS EQ SERIES CYLINDER, Fixed Clevis, 1 1/2" Bore, 2" Stroke, 5/8" Rod, 7/16-20 Male Threads, 3/8" Port Position #1, Non Cushion, Silencer Bumper Seals, No Magnet
The EQ Series combines cost-effectiveness with proven dependability. It is a repairable OEM NFPA Interchangeable cylinder line that was specially designed to give our customers an economical alternative. This Non-Lube air cylinder offers elasticity to tight design budgets without sacrificing quality. Tube The tube is hard coat anodized. The hard coating is an electro-chemical process, which produces a very dense surface of aluminum oxide. This surface has extreme hardness (60 RC.), excellent wear and corrosion resistance, and low coefficient of friction. End Caps The end caps are accurately machined from (6061-T6) solid aluminum bar stock. They are anodized for corrosion resistance. Additionally, a recess on the piston-mating surface (at both ends) enables the air to work on a larger piston area for effortless breakaway. Rod Bushing The EQ Series includes a graphite filled, cast iron rod bushing that is extra long in length. Graphite filled offers the best bearing surface when using a hard chrome plated piston rod. Cast iron provides maximum resistance against wear. The added length adds superior alignment and support of the piston rod as well as provides maximum load bearing support. Rod Seal The nitrile, rounded lip design ensures proper sealing and long life. Rod Wiper The standard rod wiper construction is a highly durable polyurethane. Piston Rod High strength steel (100,000 psi minimum yield) piston rod has a ground, polished, and chrome plated surface. This surface provides maximum life for both the rod bushing and the seals. Bushing Retainer The bushing retainer allows cartridge removal (cylinder repair) without complete disassembly. Tie-Rods The tie rods are 100,000 psi minimum yield steel for maximum holding power. They are roll formed for superior strength and engagement. Piston Seal The piston seal is a nitrile over-sized o-ring seal. Wear Band The wear band is a stable, lubricating strip located on the piston. We separated the load bearing points by locating the wear band at the rear of the piston. This maximizes column strength at full extension. Reference the EQ Series section for drawings and dimensional information.