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  • Comparison of purchase and application costs of cylinders and electric actuators

    Comparison of purchase and application costs of cylinders and electric actuators

             Generally speaking, electric servo drives are more expensive than pneumatic servo drives, but it also depends on specific requirements and occasions. Some low-power DC motors constitute an electric sliding table (electric servo system) which is actually cheaper than a pneumatic servo system...

    Sep 18,2020 News
  • Comparison of technical performance advantages of cylinder and electric actuator

    Comparison of technical performance advantages of cylinder and electric actuator

    As we all know, compared with electric actuators, cylinders (https://www.nblida.com/product/actuators/) can work reliably under harsh conditions, and are simple to operate, and can basically be maintenance-free. Cylinders are good at reciprocating linear motion, especially suitable for the most tran...

    Sep 11,2020 News
  • What to do if the cylinder is broken

    What to do if the cylinder is broken

    1. The joint surface of the cylinder with large deformation or serious steam leakage should be scraped by grinding the joint surface. If the deformation of the upper cylinder joint surface is within 0.05mm, the upper cylinder joint surface is the reference surface, and the lower cylinder joint surfa...

    Sep 03,2020 News
  • What are the common failures and causes of cylinders

    What are the common failures and causes of cylinders

    The cylinder is made of casting. After the cylinder leaves the factory, it must undergo aging treatment to completely eliminate the internal stress generated by the cylinder during the casting process. If the aging time is short, the processed cylinder will deform in future operations. The force of ...

    Aug 28,2020 News
  • What is the composition of the cylinder?

    What is the composition of the cylinder?

    The cylinder is composed of a cylinder tube, an end cover, a piston, a piston rod and a seal, etc. 1) Cylinder The inner diameter of the cylinder represents the output force of the cylinder. The piston should slide smoothly back and forth in the cylinder, and the surface roughness of the inner surfa...

    Aug 21,2020 News
  • What is a cylinder? What are the types of cylinders?

    What is a cylinder? What are the types of cylinders?

    A cylindrical metal part that guides the piston to reciprocate linearly in the cylinder. Air converts thermal energy into mechanical energy through expansion in the engine cylinder; gas is compressed by the piston in the compressor cylinder to increase the pressure. The casings of turbines, rotary p...

    Aug 14,2020 News