|Minimum Order Quantity||25 Piece|
|Maximum Payload||2 -25 Ton|
|Maximum Height||Below 400mm|
|Application||Tractor Trailer,Tractor Trolley|
|Capacity||Stroke||Close Center||Open Center||Body Tube Size||Middle Tube Size||Rod Size||Body End Pin Hole||Rod End Pin Hole|
|Minimum Order Quantity||100 Piece|
|Max Pressure||700 Bar|
|Temperature||Less Than 30 Degree C|
|Working Pressure||7 and 30 Mpa|
Telescopic Hydraulic Cylinder is a special design of a hydraulic cylinder or pneumatic cylinder which provide an exceptionally long output travel from a very compact retracted length. Typically the collapsed length of a telescopic cylinder is 20 to 40% of the fully extended length depending on the number of stages. Some pneumatic telescoping units are manufactured with retracted lengths of under 15% of overall extended unit length. This feature is very attractive to machine design engineers when a conventional single stage rod style actuator will not fit in an application to produce the required output stroke.
Heavy-duty telescopic cylinders are usually powered by oil hydraulics, whereas some lighter duty units could also be powered by compressed air.
Telescopic cylinders are also referred to as telescoping cylinders and multi-stage telescopic cylinders.
An application for telescopic cylinders commonly seen is that of the dump body on a dump truck used in a construction site. In order to empty the load of gravel completely, the dump body must be raised to an angle of about 60 degrees. To accomplish this long travel with a conventional hydraulic cylinder is very difficult considering that the collapsed length of a single stage rod cylinder is approximately 110% of its output stroke. It would be very challenging for the design engineer to fit the single stage cylinder into the chassis of the dump truck with the dump body in the horizontal rest position. This task is easily accomplished, however, using a telescopic style multi-stage cylinder.
|2 nd Tube|
|20-TONE||1130||673||1803||126 X 137||100 X 112||76 X 87||49||40||33|
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