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Cylinders offer auto cushioning for optimal deceleration under any operational condition

Cylinders offer auto cushioning for optimal deceleration under any operational condition

Camozzi Automation’s Series 23 pneumatic cylinders embrace the innovative concept of ‘auto-cushioning’ – reducing installation and commissioning time, to provide a cost-effective alternative to manually adjustable cylinders.

The versatile, general-purpose cylinder is compliant to ISO 6432, with its patented system automatically adjusting cushioning in order to provide optimal deceleration under every condition. The cylinder enjoys smooth, jolt-free movement over the entire cushioning phase, reducing vibrations and noise, while also guaranteeing higher reliability and constant performance over time.

The auto-cushioning system is based on the use of shaped sleeves that have a number of holes that are accurately positioned and precisely dimensioned. This enables the system to adapt to different combinations of speed and applied mass. As manual adjustments are not required, commissioning times reduce accordingly, and the cylinder effectively becomes tamperproof. Series 23 is suitable for use in many industrial applications, especially where working conditions vary over time because of changes in dimensions or wear of the host machine or mechanism, including packaging, food processing, plastics and textiles.

Available from July in diameters Ø16, 20 and 25mm and stroke lengths up to 1000mm, Series 23 offers magnetic piston as standard and has an operating pressure from 1-10 bar, within a temperature range from 0 to 80°C.

The Camozzi Automation division of the Camozzi Group offers a product range including components, systems and technologies for the industrial automation sector, the control of fluids – both liquids and gases – and applications dedicated to transportation and life science.

Camozzi Automation’s offering includes ever more products and solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The company works to realise the digitalisation of production processes and on the creation of real cyber-physical systems through which it becomes possible to integrate mechanical, electronic and digital elements, constantly improving process performance.

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