Mechanically Jointed Rodless Cylinders - 25A-MY1H Mechanically Jointed Rodless Cylinder - Linear Guide

Rodless cylinder differ from basic air cylinders in that no piston rod extends outside the cylinder body.  Instead, the internal piston is connected to an external carriage, by means of a magnetic or mechanical coupling system.

The 25A- series variations are designed using material compatible with secondary battery applications and are able to be used in low dew point environments.  The variations eliminate copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) material where possible, making them compatible with secondary battery manufacturing for electronics, automotive, and other vehicle types.


Rodless Cylinder, 25A-MY1H, Mechanically Jointed without Stroke Adjuster - Linear Guide

Rodless Cylinder, 25A-MY1H, Mechanically Jointed without Stroke Adjuster - Linear Guide

Rodless cylinder differ from basic air cylinders in that no piston rod extends outside the cylinder body.  Instead, the internal piston is connected to an external carriage, by means of a magnetic or mechanical coupling system.

The 25A- series variations are designed using material compatible with secondary battery applications and are able to be used in low dew point environments.  The variations eliminate copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) material where possible, making them compatible with secondary battery manufacturing for electronics, automotive, and other vehicle types.

Rodless Cylinder, 25A-MY1H-A, Mechanically Jointed with Stroke Adjuster - Linear Guide

Rodless Cylinder, 25A-MY1H-A, Mechanically Jointed with Stroke Adjuster - Linear Guide

Rodless cylinder differ from basic air cylinders in that no piston rod extends outside the cylinder body.  Instead, the internal piston is connected to an external carriage, by means of a magnetic or mechanical coupling system.

The 25A- series variations are designed using material compatible with secondary battery applications and are able to be used in low dew point environments.  The variations eliminate copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) material where possible, making them compatible with secondary battery manufacturing for electronics, automotive, and other vehicle types.

Rodless Cylinder, 25A-MY1H-L, Mechanically Jointed with Low Load Shock Absorber - Linear Guide

Rodless Cylinder, 25A-MY1H-L, Mechanically Jointed with Low Load Shock Absorber - Linear Guide

Rodless cylinder differ from basic air cylinders in that no piston rod extends outside the cylinder body.  Instead, the internal piston is connected to an external carriage, by means of a magnetic or mechanical coupling system.

The 25A- series variations are designed using material compatible with secondary battery applications and are able to be used in low dew point environments.  The variations eliminate copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) material where possible, making them compatible with secondary battery manufacturing for electronics, automotive, and other vehicle types.

Rodless Cylinder, 25A-MY1H-H, Mechanically Jointed with High Load Shock Absorber - Linear Guide

Rodless Cylinder, 25A-MY1H-H, Mechanically Jointed with High Load Shock Absorber - Linear Guide

Rodless cylinder differ from basic air cylinders in that no piston rod extends outside the cylinder body.  Instead, the internal piston is connected to an external carriage, by means of a magnetic or mechanical coupling system.

The 25A- series variations are designed using material compatible with secondary battery applications and are able to be used in low dew point environments.  The variations eliminate copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) material where possible, making them compatible with secondary battery manufacturing for electronics, automotive, and other vehicle types.