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    Double Acting Welded Hydraulic Cylinder, 48 inch (1200mm) Stroke

    Heavy duty double acting welded hydraulic cylinder for sale at favorable price, with 48 inch (1200mm) stroke, bore diameter of 63mm, load capacity 5 ton. This welded clevis hydraulic cylinder is a critical component in hydraulic systems to convert fluid power in to mechanical force or motion.
    SKU: ATO-WHC-1200MM
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    The double acting welded hydraulic cylinder consists of a cylindrical barrel, a piston, and end caps, all securely welded together. These welded clevis hydraulic cylinders come in various sizes and configurations, making them versatile for use in diverse industrial and mobile equipment, including mini excavators, robotics, log splitters, dump trucks, press machines, dump trailers, and so on.


    Model ATO-HSG631200
    Acting Type Double Acting
    Stroke 48 inch (1200mm)
    Rated Pressure 16Mpa
    Installation Double Ear Welding Type
    Speed Ratio 1:3
    Bore Diameter φ63mm
    Load Capacity 5 Ton
    Rated Push Force 49850N (5 Ton)
    Rated Pull Force 31681N (3 Ton)
    Oil Port 18*1.5

    Note: If you need to customize welded hydraulic cylinders of other sizes, including bore diameter, stroke, etc., please feel free to contact us.

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    63mm bore welded hydraulic cylinder dimension

    Model Inner Diameter Outer Diameter Rod Diameter Stroke Oil Port Pin Hole Installation Distance Total Length
    ATO-HSG631200 63 73 35 1200 18*1.5 30 370 440

    Tips: Can air get trapped in a hydraulic cylinder?

    Air can become trapped in a hydraulic cylinder, potentially causing performance issues. Hydraulic systems operate by transmitting force through a fluid, typically hydraulic oil. When air enters the system, it can get trapped in the cylinder due to its lower compressibility compared to hydraulic fluid. This trapped air can lead to a phenomenon called "cavitation," where the air bubbles rapidly collapse and create pressure spikes, causing damage to the cylinder and reducing efficiency.

    Air ingress can occur due to leaks, improper maintenance, or poor system design. To prevent this, it's essential to maintain hydraulic systems, check for leaks, and bleed air from the system if necessary. Trapped air can diminish the system's ability to transmit force accurately and consistently, leading to reduced performance and potential long-term damage.

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