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Style Cylinders
Series VE for Valve Actuation
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
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Catalog HY08-M0948-3/NA
Table of Contents
Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Table of Contents
Cylinder Features
2
Standard Specifications
4
Cylinder Weights
4
Model Numbers – How to Develop Them and Decode Them
5
TB Mount Dimensions
2.00" Through 2.50" Bore
6
3.25" Through 8.00" Bore
7
10.00" Through 24.00" Bore
8
JB Mount Dimensions
7.00" Through 20.00" Bore
9
Lifting Eyes
10
Tie Rod Torque
10
Position Indicating Switches
11
Solid State Switches
12
Reed Switch
13
Mounting Brackets
14
Switch Cord Sets
14
Cylinder Safety Guide
15
Offer of Sale
17
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Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Cylinder Features
Parker Series VE
Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
7
8
4
5
9
1
6
3
2
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Cylinder Division
Des Plaines, Illinois USA
Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Cylinder Features
Parker Series VE
Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Features Description
“Jewel” Rod Gland Assembly is externally 1 removable without disassembling the cylinder.
The “Jewel” rod gland incorporates a primary and
secondary seal to assure leak-free service and
longevity. The secondary seal acts as a rod wiper to
prevent contamination from entering the cylinder. In
addition, the secondary seal acts as a back up in the
event of primary seal failure.
All tie rods are made from high strength 100,000 5 psi minimum yield material.
Align-A-Groove design provides a 3/16" wide 6 surface machined at each end of the cylinder
body to assure tube to head alignment and leak free
operation.
All piston rod assemblies utilize induction case 2 hardened, medium carbon steel. All piston rods
are hard chrome plated and polished to a 10 RMS
surface finish. Each piston rod assembly comes
standard with two wrench flats to facilitate rod end
attachment.
NPT ports are standard throughout the entire
7 bore range.
Magnetic piston sensing option relays piston 8 position throughout the entire stroke range.
Solid state or reed switches are available with quick
disconnect or flying lead terminations. This option is
available on all bore sizes. Note: Wear band supplied
with magnetic piston only.
Wear compensating lip seals are used 3 throughout the rod gland and piston assembly to
assure leak free operation and optimal performance
over the life of the cylinder.
Heads and caps are made from heavy duty steel
9 and are machined to provide concentricity.
Cylinder body material options include steel with 4 chrome plated I.D., aluminum, and composite to
suit demanding application requirements.
The Series VE cylinder provides OEM’s and End Users a durable yet
cost effective solution for knife gate valve actuation. Innovative options
offer the ability to sense piston rod position, reduce weight, and increase
corrosion resistance – resulting in improved system efficiency and reduced
maintenance costs. Parker’s utilization of cutting edge design systems,
proven seal technology, the highest quality materials, and stringent quality
standards assure reliable service in the most demanding applications.
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Cylinder Division
Des Plaines, Illinois USA
Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Standard Specifications
Standard Specifications
• Single and Double Piston Rod Construction Available
• Spring Extend or Retract
• Double Acting
• Bore Diameters – 2.00" to 24.00"
• Maximum Working Pressure – 150 PSI Pneumatic
•Piston Rod Diameters – .625" to 3.500"
•Stroke Lengths – Bore Diameter Dependant
In line with our policy of continuing product improvement,
specifications in this catalog are subject to change.
Seal Class Table
Seal Classes
Typical Fluids
Temperature Range
1 - Standard Nitrile
Compressed Air (pneumatic)
-10°F (-23°C) to +165°F (+74°C)
4 - Optional (at extra cost) Low Temp Nitrile Seals
Compressed Air (pneumatic) Low Temperature
-50°F (-46°C) to +150°F (+66°C)
Compressed Air (pneumatic) High Temperature
-10°F (-23°C) to + 250°F (+121°C)
1
5 - Optional (at extra cost) Fluorocarbon Seals
1
Class 5 Seals are limited to bore diameters up to 14.00".
Cylinder Weight Chart
Bore
Ø
Rod
Ø
2.00
2.50
3.25
4.00
5.00
6.00
7.00
8.00
10.00
12.00
14.00
16.00
18.00
20.00
22.00
24.00
0.625
0.625
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.375
1.375
1.750
2.000
2.000
3.000
3.500
Weight at Zero
Weight per in
Weight at Zero
Weight per
Weight at Zero
Weight per
Stroke with Steel Stroke w/ Steel
Stroke with
in Stroke w/
Stroke with
in Stroke w/
Tube & Cast Iron Tube & Cast Iron Aluminum Tube Aluminum Tube Composite Tube Composite Tube
Piston (lbs.)
Piston (lbs.)
& Aluminum
& Aluminum
& Cast Iron
& Cast Iron
Piston (lbs.)
Piston (lbs.)
Piston (lbs.)
Piston (lbs.)
6.50
9.00
12.97
17.10
27.45
37.24
51.50
66.17
125.56
181.23
277.02
384.26
526.85
668.35
899.78
1295.20
0.50
0.60
0.70
0.87
1.09
1.40
1.71
2.13
2.63
3.16
3.70
6.09
7.09
7.91
12.10
14.99
6.00
8.50
10.78
13.75
21.25
29.11
39.8
50.65
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Cylinder Weight Chart
Bore
Ø
Rod
Ø
2.00
2.50
3.25
4.00
5.00
6.00
7.00
8.00
10.00
12.00
14.00
16.00
18.00
20.00
22.00
24.00
0.625
0.625
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.375
1.375
1.750
2.000
2.000
3.000
3.500
0.40
0.50
0.47
0.50
0.63
0.67
0.97
1.00
-
0.43
0.45
0.57
0.60
0.75
0.78
1.18
1.47
1.74
2.55
3.11
3.51
5.20
6.08
Weight Adder Double Rod Cylinders
Weight at Zero Stroke
Weight per in Stroke
with Composite Tube & w/ Composite Tube &
Aluminum Piston (lbs.) Aluminum Piston (lbs.)
10.73
13.69
21.26
29.02
39.47
50.32
99.82
143.4
224.19
303.44
412.92
513.34
698.71
1031.15
12.63
16.57
26.66
36.15
50.06
64.15
123.22
178.39
273.58
377.17
517.89
657.34
881.66
1269.61
0.43
0.45
0.57
0.6
0.75
0.78
1.18
1.47
1.74
2.55
3.11
3.51
5.20
6.08
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Bore
Ø
Rod
Ø
0" Stroke
Per Inch
Adder
2.00
2.50
3.25
4.00
5.00
6.00
7.00
8.00
10.00
12.00
14.00
16.00
18.00
20.00
22.00
24.00
0.625
0.625
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.375
1.375
1.750
2.000
2.000
3.000
3.500
0.10
0.10
0.17
0.17
0.17
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.22
0.42
0.42
0.85
1.33
1.33
4.50
6.12
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.22
0.42
0.42
0.68
0.89
0.89
2.00
2.72
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Cylinder Division
Des Plaines, Illinois USA
Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
How To Order
How to Order Series VE Air Cylinders for Valve Actuation
How to Order Code
K
5.00
TB
E
Double Mounting Mounting
Rod
Style
Modification
Bore
Dia.
Use "K" for
Double rod
cylinders
only. Leave
blank if not
required
Specify
bore
dia. in
inches:
2.00
2.50
3.25
4.00
5.00
6.00
7.00
8.00
10.00
12.00
14.00
16.00
18.00
20.00
22.00
24.00
VE
Series Piston1
U
V
Ports
S
Common Special
Modifi- Modifications cations
U = NPT
Ports (Dry
Seal Type)
Specify E for
cap welded
lifting eye.
(only if
required)
Specify Mounting Style
TB (Tie Rods
Ext. Head)
JB3 (Head Square
Flange Mounting)
L
1
A
Piston
Piston Piston
Rod
Rod Rod End
Thread
Number
Specify
Rod
Number 1
VE
L = Non Magnetic
Piston, Steel Tube
P 6 = Non Magnetic
Piston, Composite
Tube
A = Magnetic Piston,
Aluminum Tube
3 6 = Magnetic Piston, Composite Tube
9
If Required
Specify
V5 =
Fluorocarbon
Seals
4 = Low Temp
Seals
24.000
Stroke 2
A = UNF
Select:
Style 9 Female
Style 8
Intermediate Male
Style 4 Small Male
Style 3 4 (Special)
Specify
in
inches.
Use only if special
modifications are
required:
Port Position
Change
Special Seals
Stop Tube2
Stroke Adjusters
Available Special Options
• Stainless Steel Piston Rods
• Spring Extend or Retract
• Double Rod End Style
• High Temperature Seals
• Water Service – consult factory for applications above 100°F (38°C)
• Lifting Eyes (welded on cap face)
• Stroke Adjuster (infrequent)
• Tie Rods Extended Head and Cap (Consult Factory)
• Low Temperature Nitrile Seals
Shaded boxes identify required model number fields.
Lipseal Piston is Standard for all piston options.
The following lists standard tube and optional tube materials by bore diameter range with available piston codes:
L - Steel Tube is Standard for 2.00" - 8.00" bore (Non Magnetic Piston); Optional at extra cost 10.00" - 24.00"
P - Composite Tube is Optional for 3.25" - 8.00" (Non Magnetic Piston); Standard 10.00" - 24.00"
A - Aluminum Tube is Standard for 2.00" - 8.00" (Magnetic Piston); not available 10.00" - 24.00"
3 - Composite Tube is Optional for 3.25" - 8.00" (Magnetic Piston); Standard 10.00" - 24.00"
1
If stop tube is required, please provide gross stroke length (gross stroke = stop tube + net stroke).
JB Mount is available in bore diameters 7.00" through 20.00" only.
4
Style #3 Rod End is deemed a “special”. When ordering, please supply KK, A and W Dimensions.
5
Class 5 Seals are limited to bore diameters up to 14.00".
6
Composite tubing is not to be exposed to fluids which have a pH level lower than 3 or higher than 11.
2
3
5
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Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
TB Mount Dimensions – 2.00" to 2.50" bore Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Cylinder Dimensions 2.00" - 2.50"
W
E
R
LB + STROKE
Y
DD
P + STROKE
EE
ØMM
E R
BB
LA
A
KK
LA
W
A
CC
ØB NA
ØMM
D WRENCH
FLATS
J
G
A
W
Style 4 – Small Male
ØMM
ØB NA
ØMM
D WRENCH
FLATS
V
D WRENCH
FLATS
W
KK
ØB NA
V
K1
Style 8 – Intermediate Male
V
Style 9 – Female
Cylinder Dimensional Table
Bore
Ø
MM
Rod Ø
BB
DD
E
EE
(NPTF)
G
J
K1
R
Y
Add Stroke
Max
Stroke
LB
P
2.00
0.625
1.13
5/16-24
2.50
1/4
1.88
1.00
0.44
1.84
1.94
4.00
2.25
60"
2.50
0.625
1.13
5/16-24
3.00
1/4
1.88
1.00
0.44
2.19
1.94
4.13
2.38
50"
Rod End Dimensional Table
Bore
Ø
MM
Rod Ø
Style 4
KK
Style 8
CC
Style 9
KK
A
BØ
+.000
-.002
D
LA
NA
V
W
2.00
0.625
7/16-20
1/2-20
7/16-20
0.75
1.124
0.50
1.38
0.56
0.25
0.63
2.50
0.625
7/16-20
1/2-20
7/16-20
0.75
1.124
0.50
1.38
0.56
0.25
0.63
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Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
TB Mount Dimensions – 3.25" to 8.00" bore Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Cylinder Dimensions 3.25" - 8.00"
E
R
W
Y
DD
E R
ØMM
BB
LA
A
KK
A
CC
ØB NA
ØMM
D WRENCH
FLATS
G
LA
W
W
W
KK
ØMM
ØB NA
ØMM
D WRENCH
FLATS
V
D WRENCH
FLATS
Style 4 – Small Male
J
A
ØB NA
V
K1
LB + STROKE
P + STROKE
EE
Style 8 – Intermediate Male
V
Style 9 – Female
Cylinder Dimensional Table
Bore
Ø
MM
Rod Ø
BB
DD
E
EE
(NPTF)
G
J
K1
R
Y
Add Stroke
Max
Stroke
LB
P
3.25
1.000
1.38
3/8-24
4.00
1/4
1.00
1.00
0.50
2.76
1.19
3.25
2.38
4.00
1.000
1.38
3/8-24
4.50
3/8
1.00
1.00
0.50
3.32
1.19
3.25
2.38
80"
5.00
1.000
1.81
1/2-20
5.50
3/8
1.00
1.00
0.63
4.10
1.19
3.50
2.63
65"
100"
6.00
1.000
1.81
1/2-20
6.50
3/8
1.00
1.00
0.63
4.88
1.31
3.38
2.50
55"
7.00
1.000
2.00
5/8-18
7.50
3/8
1.00
1.00
0.75
5.73
1.31
3.50
2.63
45"
8.00
1.000
2.00
5/8-18
8.50
3/8
1.00
1.00
0.75
6.44
1.31
3.50
2.63
40"
Rod End Dimensional Table
Bore
Ø
MM
Rod Ø
Style 4
KK
Style 8
CC
Style 9
KK
A
BØ
+.000
-.002
D
LA
NA
V
W
3.25
1.000
3/4-16
7/8-14
3/4-16
1.13
1.499
0.88
1.88
0.94
0.31
0.75
4.00
1.000
3/4-16
7/8-14
3/4-16
1.13
1.499
0.88
1.88
0.94
0.31
0.75
5.00
1.000
3/4-16
7/8-14
3/4-16
1.13
1.499
0.88
1.88
0.94
0.31
0.75
6.00
1.000
3/4-16
7/8-14
3/4-16
1.13
1.499
0.88
2.00
0.94
0.38
0.88
7.00
1.000
3/4-16
7/8-14
3/4-16
1.13
1.499
0.88
2.00
0.94
0.38
0.88
8.00
1.000
3/4-16
7/8-14
3/4-16
1.13
1.499
0.88
2.00
0.94
0.38
0.88
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Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
TB Mount Dimensions – 10.00" to 24.00"
Cylinder Dimensions 10.00" - 24.00"
E
R
E
W
LB + STROKE
Y
P + STROKE
EE
DD
R
ØMM
BB
LA
A
KK
ØB NA
ØMM
D WRENCH
FLATS
A
A
CC
W
Style 4 – Small Male
ØMM
ØB NA
ØMM
D WRENCH
FLATS
V
D WRENCH
FLATS
W
KK
ØB NA
V
J
G
LA
W
K1
Style 8 – Intermediate Male
V
Style 9 – Female
Cylinder Dimensional Table
Bore
Ø
MM
Rod Ø
BB
10.00
1.000
2.25
DD
3/4-16
E
10.63
EE
(NPTF)
G
1/2
1.31
J
1.31
K1
0.88
R
7.92
Y
1.56
Add Stroke
LB
P
4.25
3.13
Max
Stroke
30"
12.00
1.375
2.25
3/4-16
12.75
1/2
1.31
1.31
0.88
9.40
1.56
4.31
3.19
50"
14.00
1.375
2.50
7/8-14
14.75
3/4
1.56
1.56
1.00
10.90
1.69
4.88
3.50
40"
16.00
1.750
2.75
1-14
17.00
3/4
1.56
1.56
1.13
12.59
1.94
5.13
3.75
60"
18.00
2.000
3.25
1 1/8-12
19.00
3/4
1.69
1.69
1.25
14.14
2.19
5.63
4.25
70"
20.00
2.000
3.25
1 1/4-12
21.00
3/4
1.69
1.69
1.38
15.77
2.19
5.88
4.50
65"
22.00
3.000
3.50
1 1/4-12
23.00
3/4
1.94
1.94
1.38
17.18
3.06
6.50
4.88
60"
24.00
3.500
3.50
1 1/4-12
25.25
3/4
2.44
2.44
1.38
18.74
3.56
7.75
5.13
60"
Style 8
CC
Style 9
KK
A
BØ
+.000
-.002
D
LA
NA
V
W
Rod End Dimensional Table
Bore
Ø
MM
Rod Ø
Style 4
KK
10.00
1.000
3/4-16
7/8-14
3/4-16
1.13
1.499
0.88
2.13
0.94
0.38
1.00
12.00
1.375
1-14
1 1/4-12
1-14
1.63
1.999
1.13
2.63
1.31
0.38
1.00
14.00
1.375
1-14
1 1/4-12
1-14
1.63
1.999
1.13
2.63
1.31
0.38
1.00
16.00
1.750
1 1/4-12 1 1/2-12
1-14
1.63
2.374
1.50
2.88
1.69
0.50
1.25
18.00
2.000
1 1/2-12 1 3/4-12 1 1/2-12
2.25
2.624
1.69
3.75
1.94
0.56
1.50
20.00
2.000
1 1/2-12 1 3/4-12 1 1/2-12
2.25
2.624
1.69
3.75
1.94
0.56
1.50
22.00
3.000
2 1/4-12 2 3/4-12 2 1/4-12
3.50
3.749
2.63
5.75
2.88
0.63
2.25
24.00
3.500
2 1/2-12 3 1/4-12 2 1/2-12
3.50
4.249
3.00
5.75
3.38
0.63
2.25
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Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
JB Mount Dimensions – 7.00" to 20.00"
Cylinder Dimensions 7.00" - 20.00"
E
R
E
TE
A
P + STROKE
A
CC
ØB NA
ØMM
W
W
KK
ØMM
ØMM
ØB NA
D WRENCH
FLATS
V
D WRENCH
FLATS
Style 4 – Small Male
J
G
A
ØB NA
V
K1
ØMM
LA
W
D WRENCH
FLATS
Y
EB Ø
4 HOLES
TE
KK
LB + STROKE
EE
R
LA
W
Style 8 – Intermediate Male
V
Style 9 – Female
Cylinder Dimensional Table
Bore
Ø
MM
Rod Ø
E
7.00
1.000
7.50
EB
0.56
EE
(NPTF)
G
3/8
1.00
J
K1
1.00
0.75
R
5.73
TE
6.75
Y
1.31
LB
Add Stroke
P
Max
Stroke
3.50
2.63
45"
8.00
1.000
8.50
0.69
3/8
1.00
1.00
0.75
6.44
7.57
1.31
3.50
2.63
40"
10.00
1.000
10.63
0.81
1/2
1.31
1.31
0.88
7.92
9.40
1.56
4.25
3.13
30"
12.00
1.375
12.75
0.81
1/2
1.31
1.31
0.88
9.40
11.10
1.56
4.31
3.19
50"
14.00
1.375
14.75
0.94
3/4
1.56
1.56
1.00
10.90
12.87
1.69
4.88
3.50
40"
16.00
1.750
17.00
1.06
3/4
1.56
1.56
1.13
12.59
14.85
1.94
5.13
3.75
60"
18.00
2.000
19.00
1.19
3/4
1.69
1.69
1.25
14.14
16.69
2.19
5.63
4.25
70"
20.00
2.000
21.00
1.31
3/4
1.69
1.69
1.38
15.77
18.46
2.19
5.88
4.50
65"
Rod End Dimensional Table
Bore
Ø
MM
Rod Ø
Style 4
KK
Style 8
CC
Style 9
KK
A
BØ
+.000
-.002
D
LA
NA
V
W
7.00
1.000
3/4-16
7/8-14
3/4-16
1.13
1.499
0.88
2.00
0.94
0.38
0.88
8.00
1.000
3/4-16
7/8-14
3/4-16
1.13
1.499
0.88
2.00
0.94
0.38
0.88
10.00
1.000
3/4-16
7/8-14
3/4-16
1.13
1.499
0.88
2.13
0.94
0.38
1.00
12.00
1.375
1-14
1 1/4-12
1-14
1.63
1.999
1.13
2.63
1.31
0.38
1.00
14.00
1.375
1-14
1 1/4-12
1-14
1.63
1.999
1.13
2.63
1.31
0.38
1.00
16.00
1.750
1 1/4-12 1 1/2-12
1-14
1.63
2.374
1.50
2.88
1.69
0.50
1.25
18.00
2.000
1 1/2-12 1 3/4-12 1 1/2-12
2.25
2.624
1.69
3.75
1.94
0.56
1.50
20.00
2.000
1 1/2-12 1 3/4-12 1 1/2-12
2.25
2.624
1.69
3.75
1.94
0.56
1.50
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Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Lifting Eyes / Tie Rod Torque
HEIGHT
(WELDED)
Table 1 – Lifting Eyes
Table 2 – Tie Rod Torque
Bore
Ø
Welded
Lifting Eye
Height
Welded Lifting
Eye Capacity
(lbs. per eye)
2.00
1.63
500
2.50
1.63
500
3.25
3.19
2000
4.00
3.19
2000
5.00
3.19
4000
6.00
3.19
4000
7.00
3.19
4000
8.00
3.19
4000
10.00
3.19
4000
12.00
3.19
4000
14.00
3.19
4000
16.00
3.19
4000
18.00
3.19
4000
20.00
3.19
4000
22.00
3.19
4000
24.00
3.19
4000
Bore
Ø
Tie Rod
Size
(inches)
Tie Rod Nut
Torque
Steel Tube
ft. lbs. N-m
Tie Rod
Nut Torque
Aluminum Tube
ft. lbs. N-m
Tie Rod
Nut Torque
Composite Tube
ft. lbs. N-m
2.00
5/16-24
12
16
6
8
-
2.50
5/16-24
12
16
6
8
-
-
3.25
3/8-24
25
34
18
24
13
17
4.00
3/8-24
25
34
18
24
13
17
5.00
1/2-20
60
81
37
50
30
41
6.00
1/2-20
60
81
37
50
30
41
7.00
5/8-18
90
122
60
81
55
75
8.00
5/8-18
110
149
60
81
55
75
-
10.00
3/4-16
148
201
-
-
78
106
12.00
3/4-16
172
233
-
-
78
106
14.00
7/8-14
275
373
-
-
118
160
16.00
1-14
390
529
-
-
250
339
18.00
1 1/8-12
540
732
-
-
350
475
20.00
1 1/4-12
745
1010
-
-
450
610
22.00
1 1/4-12
745
1010
-
-
500
678
24.00
1 1/4-12
745
1010
-
-
500
678
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Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Global Position Sensing Switches
Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Global Position
Sensing Switches
• Low Profile Keeps Switch Within Cylinder Envelope
• Both Reed and Solid State Switch Versions
• Switches Available World-Wide
• Solid State Switches use GMR Technology
• 5 Different Connection Styles
• Allow Position Sensing Anywhere Along Cylinder Stroke
• CE Approved
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Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Solid State Switches
Global Drop-In Solid State Switches
Wiring
3m Flying Leads
NPN Switch
PNP Switch
ATEX Certified
P8S-GPFLX
P8S-GNFLX
P8S-GPFLX/EX1
10m Flying Leads
P8S-GPFTX
P8S-GNFTX
0.3m Lead with 8mm Connector
P8S-GPSHX
P8S-GNSHX
0.3m Lead with 12mm Connector
P8S-GPMHX
P8S-GNMHX
1m Lead with 8mm Connector
P8S-GPSCX
P8S-GNSCX
N/A
ATEX switch is supplied with 2m Flying Leads.
Specifications
Switch Classification
Type
Output Function
Switch Output
Operating Voltage
Continuous Current
Response Sensitivity
Switching Frequency
Power Consumption
Voltage Drop
Ripple
Hysteresis
Repeatability
EMC
Short-circuit Protection
Power-up Pulse Suppression
Reverse Polarity Protection
Enclosure Rating
Shock and Vibration Stress
Operating Temperature Range
Housing Material
Connector Cable
Connector
Approval for ATEX
Standard
ATEX Certified
PNP or NPN
PNP
Electronic
Normally Open
PNP/NPN
PNP
10 - 30VDC
18 - 30VDC
100 mA max.
70 mA max.
28 Gauss min.
1kHz
10 mA max.
2.5 VDC max.
10% of Operating Voltage
1.5 mm max.
0.1 mm max.
EN 60 947-5-2
Yes
Yes
Yes
IP68
30g, 11 ms,10 to 55Hz, 1 mm
-25°C to +75°C
-20°C to +45°C
(-13°F to +167°F) (-4°F to +113°F)
PA 12 Black
PVC
PUR
–
–
3D/3G
4.3
Sensing Face Center
6.1
9.7
31.5
L = 300
M8x1
1
PNP Switch
36
Global solid state switch outputs may be
influenced by an external magnetic field.
Care must be taken to avoid external
magnetic field exposure.
Solid State Switch Wiring Connection
Flying Lead or 8 mm Connector (shown)
4
1
3
Pin
Wire
1
Brown
4
Black
3
Blue
12 mm Connector
Function
Operating
Voltage (+VDC)
Output signal
(N.O.)
-VDC
21
3
4
1
PNP
1
NPN
bn
+VDC
1
bn
1
LOAD
bk
4
bk
4
LOAD
3
bu
-VDC
3
bu
Wire
1
Brown
4
21
3
Black
White
Blue
Function
Operating Voltage
(+VDC)
Output Signal (N.O.)
Not Used
-VDC
Pin 2 not present.
PNP
+VDC
Pin
bn
1
bk
4
bu
3
NPN
+
DC
–
bn
1
bk
4
bu
3
+
DC
–
-VDC
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Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Reed Switches
Global Drop-In Reed Switches
Wiring
4.3
Reed Switch
3m Flying Leads
P8S-GRFLX
10m Flying Leads
P8S-GRFTX
0.3m Lead with 8mm Connector
P8S-GRSHX
0.3m Lead with 12mm Connector
P8S-GRMHX
1m Lead with 8mm Connector
P8S-GRSCX
Sensing Face Center
6.1
14
31.5
L = 300
Type..............................................2-Wire Reed
Output Function.............................Normally Open
Operating Voltage.........................10 - 120 VAC1
10 - 30 VDC
Switching Power............................6 W/VA
Continuous Current.......................100 mA max.
Response Sensitivity.....................30 Gauss min.
Switching Frequency.....................400 Hz
Voltage Drop.................................2.5 V max.
Ripple............................................10% of Operating Voltage
Hysteresis......................................1.5 mm max.
Repeatability..................................0.2 mm max.
EMC...............................................EN 60 947-5-2
Reverse Polarity Protection...........Yes
Enclosure Rating...........................IP 68
Shock and Vibration Stress...........30g, 11 ms, 10 to 55 Hz, 1 mm
Operating Temperature Range.....-25°C to +75°C (-13°F to 167°F)
Housing Material...........................PA 12, Black
Connector Cable...........................PVC
Connector......................................PUR cable with 8 or
12 mm connector
Global Reed Switch output may be influenced by external magnetic fields.
Care must be taken to avoid external magnetic field exposure. See Parker
Industrial Cylinder Catalogs and Cylinder Safety Guide 0800.01-T1 for
additional product application information.
M8x1
Specifications
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Reed Switch – Wiring Connection
Flying Lead or 8 mm Connector1
4
1
1
3
Pin
Wire
1
Brown
4
Black
3
Blue
Function
Operating
Voltage (+V)
Not Used
Output Signal
(-V or Ground)
8mm connector rated for 50 VAC max.
12 mm Connector
22
3
2
1
4
Pin 2 not present.
Pin
Wire
1
Brown
2
White
2
Function
Operating
Voltage (+V)
Not Used
3
Blue
Output Signal
(-V or Ground)
4
Black
Not Used
Circuit for Switching Contact Protection (Inductive Loads)
(Required for proper operation 24V DC)
(Recommended for longer life 125 VAC)
Put Diode parallel to loads following polarity as shown below.
Put a resistor and capacitor in parallel with the load. Select the resistor
and capacitor according to the load.
Brown
Blue
Typical Example:
CR: Relay coil (under 2W coil rating)
R: Resistor 1 K - 5 K, 1/4 W
C: Capacitor 0.1 F, 600 V
DC
D
Load
Load
R
AC
D: Diode: select a Diode with the breakdown voltage and current rating according to the load.
Brown
C
Blue
Typical Example—100 Volt, 1 Amp Diode
CR: Relay coil (under 0.5W coil rating)
Caution
–Use an ampmeter to test reed switch current. Testing devices such as incandescent light bulbs may subject the reed switch to high
in-rush loads.
–NOTE: When checking an unpowered reed switch for continuity with
a digital ohmmeter the resistance reading will change from infinity to a very large resistance (2 M ohm) when the switch is activated. This is due to the presence of a diode in the reed switch.
–Anti-magnetic shielding is recommended for reed switches exposed
to high external RF or magnetic fields.
–The magnetic field strength of the piston magnet is designed to
operate with our switches. Other manufacturers’ switches or sensors
may not operate correctly in conjunction with these magnets.
–Use relay coils for reed switch contact protection.
–The operation of some 120 VAC PLC’s (especially some older AllenBradley PLC’s) can overload the reed switch. The switch may fail to
release after the piston magnet has passed. This problem may be
corrected by the placement of a 700 to 1K OHM resistor between
the switch and the PLC input terminal. Consult the manufacturer of
the PLC for appropriate circuit.
–Switches with long wire leads (greater than 15 feet) can cause
capacitance build-up and sticking will result. Attach a resistor in
series with the reed switch (the resistor should be installed as close
as possible to the switch). The resistor should be selected such that
R (ohms) >E/0.3.
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Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Mounting Bracket / Cordsets
Tie Rod Bracket Assembly Part Number
and Dimensions
facilitate switch mounting. Please note the standard
location of this tie rod as depicted below. For alternate
locations, please consult factory. Global switches and
bracket assembles must be ordered separately.
Global switch bracket fits 2.00 "-24.00" bore cylinders.
Cylinder bore sizes 2.00" through 12.00" do not
incorporate an extra tie rod for switch mounting. Bore
sizes 14.00" through 24.00" utilize a fifth tie rod to
P8S-TMA0X
35 mm
15.7 mm
2.00" - 12.00" Bore
14.00" - 24.00" Bore
8mm and 12mm Cordset for Global Switches
Cordset Specifications
A female connector is available for all switches with the male
8mm and 12mm quick connect option. The cordsets are
available with a right angle or straight connector. Cordset part
numbers are listed below.
Connector.....................Oil resistant polyurethane body
material, PA 6 (Nylon) contact carrier,
spacings to VDE 0110 Group C, (150
AC/DC)
Contacts.......................Gold plated beryllium copper, machined
from solid stock
Coupling Method..........Snap-Lock or chrome plated
brass nut
Cord Construction .......Oil resistant black PUR jacket,
non-wicking, non-hygroscopic, 300V.
Cable end is stripped and tinned.
Conductors...................Extra high flex stranding, PVC
insulation
Temperature.................-40 to 194°F (-40 to 90°C)
Protection.....................NEMA 1, 3, 4, 6P and IEC 1P67
Cable Length................6.56 ft (2m) or 16.4 ft (5m)
8mm Cordset
Threaded
Connector
Cable Length
Snap On
Connector
5 meters
086620T005
086620S005
2 meters
086620T002
086620S002
Cable Length
Threaded
Connector
Right Angle
Connector
5 meters
9126487205
9126487305
2 meters
9126487202
9126487302
12mm Cordset
8mm Snap-On Straight Connector
8mm Threaded Straight Connector
CABLE LENGTH (m)
(SEE TABLE)
M8x1
CABLE LENGTH (m)
(SEE TABLE)
Ø .318
8.1
Ø .177
4.5
CABLE MINIMUM
BEND RADIUS:
100mm
1.110
28.2
Ø .378
9.6
Ø .177
4.5
Ø .224
5.7
.276
7.0
CABLE MINIMUM
BEND RADIUS:
100mm
1.181
30.0
12mm Right Angle Connector
1.26
32.0
12mm Straight Connector
PIN 2 / WHT
Ø14.5
CABLE LENGTH (m)
(SEE TABLE)
PIN 3 / BLU
42
PIN 2 / WHT
PIN 3 / BLU
PIN 1 / BRN
PIN 4 / BLK
38.3
1.5
Ø14.5
CABLE MINIMUM
BEND RADIUS:
100mm
M12 X 1
PIN 4 / BLK
CABLE MINIMUM BEND RADIUS: 100mm
26.5
PIN 1 / BRN
CABLE LENGTH
(SEE TABLE)
1.5
M12 X 1
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Pneumatic Tie Rod Cylinders
Series VE
Catalog HY08-0948-3/NA
Cylinder Safety Guide
Safety Guide for Selecting and Using Hydraulic, Pneumatic Cylinders and Their Accessories
WARNING:
Failure of the cylinder, its parts, its mounting, its connections to other objects,
or its controls can result in:
• Unanticipated or uncontrolled movement of the cylinder or objects connected to it.
• Falling of the cylinder or objects held up by it.
• Fluid escaping from the cylinder, potentially at high velocity.
These events could cause death or personal injury by, for example, persons falling from
high locations, being crushed or struck by heavy or fast moving objects, being pushed into
dangerous equipment or situations, or slipping on escaped fluid.
Before selecting or using Parker Hannifin Corporation (the Company) cylinders
or related accessories, it is important that you read, understand and follow the
following safety information. Training is advised before selecting and using the
Company’s products.
1.0 General Instructions
1.1 Scope – This safety guide provides instructions for selecting and using
(including assembling, installing, and maintaining) cylinder products. This
safety guide is a supplement to and is to be used with the specific Company
publications for the specific cylinder products that are being considered for
use.
1.2 Fail Safe – Cylinder products can and do fail without warning for many
reasons. All systems and equipment should be designed in a fail-safe mode
so that if the failure of a cylinder product occurs people and property won’t be
endangered.
1.3 Distribution – Provide a free copy of this safety guide to each person
responsible for selecting or using cylinder products. Do not select or use
the Company’s cylinders without thoroughly reading and understanding this
safety guide as well as the specific Company publications for the products
considered or selected.
1.4 User Responsibility – Due to very wide variety of cylinder applications
and cylinder operating conditions, the Company does not warrant that any
particular cylinder is suitable for any specific application. This safety guide
does not analyze all technical parameters that must be considered in selecting a product. The hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders outlined in this catalog
are designed to the Company’s design guidelines and do not necessarily
meet the design guideline of other agencies such as American Bureau of
Shipping, ASME Pressure Vessel Code etc. The user, through its own
analysis and testing, is solely responsible for:
• Making the final selection of the cylinders and related accessories.
• Determining if the cylinders are required to meet specific design requirements as required by the Agency(s) or industry standards covering the
design of the user’s equipment.
• Assuring that the user’s requirements are met, OSHA requirements are
met, and safety guidelines from the applicable agencies such as but not
limited to ANSI are followed and that the use presents no health or safety
hazards.
• Providing all appropriate health and safety warnings on the equipment on
which the cylinders are used.
1.5 Additional Questions – Call the appropriate Company technical service
department if you have any questions or require any additional information.
See the Company publication for the product being considered or used, or
call 1-847-298-2400, or go to www.parker.com, for telephone numbers of the
appropriate technical service department.
• Failure of the pressurized fluid delivery system (hoses, fittings, valves,
pumps, compressors) which maintain cylinder position.
• Catastrophic cylinder seal failure leading to sudden loss of pressurized
fluid.
• Failure of the machine control system.
Follow the recommendations of the “Piston Rod Selection Chart and Data”
in the publication for the series of cylinders of interest. The suggested piston
rod diameter in these charts must be followed in order to avoid piston rod
buckling.
Piston rods are not normally designed to absorb bending moments or loads
which are perpendicular to the axis of piston rod motion. These additional
loads can cause the piston rod to fail. If these types of additional loads are
expected to be imposed on the piston rod, their magnitude should be made
known to our engineering department.
The cylinder user should always make sure that the piston rod is securely
attached to the machine member.
On occasion cylinders are ordered with double rods (a piston rod extended
from both ends of the cylinder). In some cases a stop is threaded on to one
of the piston rods and used as an external stroke adjuster. On occasions
spacers are attached to the machine member connected to the piston rod
and also used as a stroke adjuster. In both cases the stops will create a pinch
point and the user should consider appropriate use of guards. If these
external stops are not perpendicular to the mating contact surface, or if debris
is trapped between the contact surfaces, a bending moment will be placed
on the piston rod, which can lead to piston rod failure. An external stop will
also negate the effect of cushioning and will subject the piston rod to impact
loading. Those two (2) conditions can cause piston rod failure. Internal stroke
adjusters are available with and without cushions. The use of external stroke
adjusters should be reviewed with our engineering department.
The piston rod to piston and the stud to piston rod threaded connections are
secured with an anaerobic adhesive. The strength of the adhesive decreases
with increasing temperature. Cylinders which can be exposed to temperatures above +250°F (+121°C) are to be ordered with a non studded piston
rod and a pinned piston to rod joint.
2.3 Cushions – Cushions should be considered for cylinder applications
when the piston velocity is expected to be over 4 inches/second.
Cylinder cushions are normally designed to absorb the energy of a linear
applied load. A rotating mass has considerably more energy than the same
mass moving in a linear mode. Cushioning for a rotating mass application
should be review by our engineering department.
2.4 Cylinder Mountings – Some cylinder mounting configurations may have
certain limitations such as but not limited to minimum stroke for side or foot
mounting cylinders or pressure de-ratings for certain mounts. Carefully review
the catalog for these types of restrictions.
Always mount cylinders using the largest possible high tensile alloy steel
socket head cap screws that can fit in the cylinder mounting holes and torque
them to the manufacturer’s recommendations for their size.
2.0 Cylinder and Accessories Selection
2.1 Seals – Part of the process of selecting a cylinder is the selection of
seal compounds. Before making this selection, consult the “seal information
page(s)” of the publication for the series of cylinders of interest.
The application of cylinders may allow fluids such as cutting fluids, wash
down fluids etc. to come in contact with the external area of the cylinder.
These fluids may attack the piston rod wiper and or the primary seal and
must be taken into account when selecting and specifying seal compounds.
Dynamic seals will wear. The rate of wear will depend on many operating
factors. Wear can be rapid if a cylinder is mis-aligned or if the cylinder has
been improperly serviced. The user must take seal wear into consideration in
the application of cylinders.
3.0 Cylinder and Accessories Installation and Mounting
3.1 Installation
3.1.1 – Cleanliness is an important consideration, and cylinders are
shipped with the ports plugged to protect them from contaminants entering the ports. These plugs should not be removed until the piping is to
be installed. Before making the connection to the cylinder ports, piping
should be thoroughly cleaned to remove all chips or burrs which might
have resulted from threading or flaring operations.
2.2 Piston Rods – Possible consequences of piston rod failure or
separation of the piston rod from the piston include, but are not limited to are:
• Piston rod and or attached load thrown off at high speed.
• High velocity fluid discharge.
• Piston rod extending when pressure is applied in the piston
retract mode.
Piston rods or machine members attached to the piston rod may move
suddenly and without warning as a consequence of other conditions
occurring to the machine such as, but not limited to:
• Unexpected detachment of the machine member from the piston rod.
2.5 Port Fittings – Hydraulic cylinders applied with meter out or deceleration circuits are subject to intensified pressure at piston rod end.
The rod end pressure is approximately equal to:
operating pressure x effective cap end area
effective rod end piston area
Contact your connector supplier for the pressure rating of individual
connectors.
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Series VE
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Cylinder Safety Guide
3.1.2 – Cylinders operating in an environment where air drying materials
are present such as fast-drying chemicals, paint, or weld splatter, or
other hazardous conditions such as excessive heat, should have shields
installed to prevent damage to the piston rod and piston rod seals.
3.1.3 – Proper alignment of the cylinder piston rod and its mating
component on the machine should be checked in both the extended and
retracted positions. Improper alignment will result in excessive rod gland
and/or cylinder bore wear. On fixed mounting cylinders attaching the piston rod while the rod is retracted will help in achieving proper alignment.
3.1.4 – Sometimes it may be necessary to rotate the piston rod in order
to thread the piston rod into the machine member. This operation must
always be done with zero pressure being applied to either side of the
piston. Failure to follow this procedure may result in loosening the piston
to rod-threaded connection. In some rare cases the turning of the piston
rod may rotate a threaded piston rod gland and loosen it from the
cylinder head. Confirm that this condition is not occurring. If it does,
re-tighten the piston rod gland firmly against the cylinder head.
For double rod cylinders it is also important that when attaching or
detaching the piston rod from the machine member that the torque be
applied to the piston rod end of the cylinder that is directly attaching to
the machine member with the opposite end unrestrained. If the design
of the machine is such that only the rod end of the cylinder opposite to
where the rod attaches to the machine member can be rotated, consult
the factory for further instructions.
3.2.2 – Side-Mounted Cylinders – In addition to the mounting bolts,
cylinders of this type should be equipped with thrust keys or dowel pins
located so as to resist the major load.
3.2.3 – Tie Rod Mounting – Cylinders with tie rod mountings are recommended for applications where mounting space is limited. The standard
tie rod extension is shown as BB in dimension tables. Longer or shorter
extensions can be supplied. Nuts used for this mounting style should be
torqued to the same value as the tie rods for that bore size.
3.2.4 – Flange Mount Cylinders – The controlled diameter of the rod
gland extension on head end flange mount cylinders can be used
as a pilot to locate the cylinders in relation to the machine. After alignment has been obtained, the flanges may be drilled for pins or dowels to
prevent shifting.
3.2.5 – Trunnion Mountings – Cylinders require lubricated bearing blocks
with minimum bearing clearances. Bearing blocks should be carefully
aligned and rigidly mounted so the trunnions will not be subjected to
bending moments. The rod end should also be pivoted with the pivot pin
in line and parallel to axis of the trunnion pins.
3.2.6 – Clevis Mountings – Cylinders should be pivoted at both ends
with centerline of pins parallel to each other. After cylinder is mounted,
be sure to check to assure that the cylinder is free to swing through its
working arc without interference from other machine parts.
4.1.5 – When cylinders are mounted on equipment that is stored outside
for extended periods, exposed unpainted surfaces, e.g. piston rod, must
be coated with a rust-inhibiting compound to prevent corrosion.
Rod seal leakage could also be traced to gland wear. If clearance
is excessive, replace rod bushing and seal. Rod seal leakage can
also be traced to seal deterioration. If seals are soft or gummy or
brittle, check compatibility of seal material with lubricant used if air
cylinder, or operating fluid if hydraulic cylinder. Replace with seal
material, which is compatible with these fluids. If the seals are hard
or have lost elasticity, it is usually due to exposure to temperatures
in excess of 165°F. (+74°C). Shield the cylinder from the heat
source to limit temperature to 350°F. (+177°C.) and replace with
fluorocarbon seals.
4.2.1.2 – Cylinder body seal leak can generally be traced to loose
tie rods. Torque the tie rods to manufacturer’s recommendation for
that bore size.
Excessive pressure can also result in cylinder body seal leak.
Determine maximum pressure to rated limits. Replace seals and
retorque tie rods as in paragraph above. Excessive pressure can
also result in cylinder body seal leak. Determine if the pressure
rating of the cylinder has been exceeded. If so, bring the operating
pressure down to the rating of the cylinder and have the tie rods
replaced.
Pinched or extruded cylinder body seal will also result in a leak.
Replace cylinder body seal and retorque as in paragraph above.
Cylinder body seal leakage due to loss of radial squeeze which
shows up in the form of flat spots or due to wear on the O.D. or I.D.
– Either of these are symptoms of normal wear due to high cycle
rate or length of service. Replace seals as per paragraph above.
4.2.2 – Internal Leakage
4.2.2.1 – Piston seal leak (by-pass) 1 to 3 cubic inches per minute
leakage is considered normal for piston ring construction. Virtually
no static leak with lipseal type seals on piston should be expected.
Piston seal wear is a usual cause of piston seal leakage. Replace
seals as required.
4.2.2.2 – With lipseal type piston seals excessive back pressure
due to over-adjustment of speed control valves could be a direct
cause of rapid seal wear. Contamination in a hydraulic system
can result in a scored cylinder bore, resulting in rapid seal wear.
In either case, replace piston seals as required.
4.2.2.3 – What appears to be piston seal leak, evidenced by the
fact that the cylinder drifts, is not always traceable to the piston. To
make sure, it is suggested that one side of the cylinder piston be
pressurized and the fluid line at the opposite port be disconnected.
Observe leakage. If none is evident, seek the cause of cylinder drift
in other component parts in the circuit.
4.2.3 – Cylinder Fails to Move the Load
4.0 Cylinder and Accessories Maintenance, Troubleshooting
and Replacement
4.1 Storage – At times cylinders are delivered before a customer is ready to
install them and must be stored for a period of time. When storage is required
the following procedures are recommended.
4.1.1 – Store the cylinders in an indoor area which has a dry, clean and
noncorrosive atmosphere. Take care to protect the cylinder from both
internal corrosion and external damage.
4.1.2 – Whenever possible cylinders should be stored in a vertical position (piston rod up). This will minimize corrosion due to possible condensation which could occur inside the cylinder. This will also minimize seal
damage.
4.1.3 – Port protector plugs should be left in the cylinder until the time of
installation.
4.1.4 – If a cylinder is stored full of hydraulic fluid, expansion of the fluid
due to temperature changes must be considered. Installing a check
valve with free flow out of the cylinder is one method.
3.2 Mounting Recommendations
3.2.1 – Always mount cylinders using the largest possible high tensile
alloy steel socket head screws that can fit in the cylinder mounting holes
and torque them to the manufacturer’s recommendations for their size.
4.2.3.1 – Pneumatic or hydraulic pressure is too low. Check the
pressure at the cylinder to make sure it is to circuit requirements.
4.2.3.2 – Piston Seal Leak – Operate the valve to cycle the cylinder
and observe fluid flow at valve exhaust ports at end of cylinder
stroke. Replace piston seals if flow is excessive.
4.2.3.3 – Cylinder is undersized for the load – Replace cylinder with
one of a larger bore size.
4.3 Erratic or Chatter Operation
4.3.1 – Excessive friction at rod gland or piston bearing due to load
misalignment – Correct cylinder-to-load alignment.
4.3.2 – Cylinder sized too close to load requirements – Reduce load or
install larger cylinder.
4.3.3 – Erratic operation could be traced to the difference between static
and kinetic friction. Install speed control valves to provide a back pressure to control the stroke.
4.2 Cylinder Trouble Shooting
4.4 Cylinder Modifications, Repairs, or Failed Component – Cylinders
as shipped from the factory are not to be disassembled and or modified.
If cylinders require modifications, these modifications must be done at
company locations or by the Company’s certified facilities. The Cylinder
Division Engineering Department must be notified in the event of a mechanical fracture or permanent deformation of any cylinder component (excluding
seals). This includes a broken piston rod, tie rod, mounting accessory or any
other cylinder component. The notification should include all operation and
application details. This information will be used to provide an engineered
repair that will prevent recurrence of the failure.
It is allowed to disassemble cylinders for the purpose of replacing seals or
seal assemblies. However, this work must be done by strictly following all the
instructions provided with the seal kits.
4.2.1 – External Leakage
4.2.1.1 – Rod seal leakage can generally be traced to worn or
damaged seals. Examine the piston rod for dents, gouges or score
marks, and replace piston rod if surface is rough.
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