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6FDD2 288-302 UNSPSC # 27121602

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Welded Hydraulic Cylinder, Double Acting, Heavy Duty, Bore Dia. 1 1/2 in, Stroke Length 8 in

  • Item # 6FDD2
  • Mfr. Model # 288-302
  • UNSPSC # 27121602
  • Catalog Page # 2479 2479
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Heavy-duty welded hydraulic cylinders are used in applications that require up to 3000 psi. They have a thicker cylinder body and larger rod diameter than standard-duty welded cylinders. Heavy duty piston seals help eliminate leaks to ensure consistent performance in heavy load applications.

Welded hydraulic cylinders withstand large temperature swings and are designed for rugged applications in harsh industrial environments, including waste and recycling facilities, metal-fabricating presses, and steel mills. Sometimes called round-body cylinders, welded-cross cylinders, or ag cylinders, they are lighter and more compact than tie-rod cylinders, making them a good choice for use in mobile applications. The barrel of the heavy-duty housing is welded directly to the end caps, strengthening the cylinder body and eliminating the need for tie rods. Cross tubes are welded on to the piston end of the cylinder to add stability and have end fittings with grease zerks.

Technical Specs

  • Item Welded Hydraulic Cylinder
  • Single Acting/Double Acting Double Acting
  • Duty Rating Heavy Duty
  • Bore Dia. 1 1/2 in
  • Stroke Length 8 in
  • Rod Dia. 1 in
  • Retracted Length 16 in
  • Extended Length 24 in
  • Port Size #4 SAE
  • Max. Pressure 3,000 psi
  • Column Load 5300 lb
  • Temp. Range -20 Degrees to 220 Degrees F
  • Piston Material Ductile Iron
  • Tubes Precision Honed Steel
  • Rod Seal Type Polypak
  • Tie Rods High Tensile
  • Finish Black
  • Pin Dia. 3/4 in

Heavy-duty welded hydraulic cylinders are used in applications that require up to 3000 psi. They have a thicker cylinder body and larger rod diameter than standard-duty welded cylinders. Heavy duty piston seals help eliminate leaks to ensure consistent performance in heavy load applications.

Welded hydraulic cylinders withstand large temperature swings and are designed for rugged applications in harsh industrial environments, including waste and recycling facilities, metal-fabricating presses, and steel mills. Sometimes called round-body cylinders, welded-cross cylinders, or ag cylinders, they are lighter and more compact than tie-rod cylinders, making them a good choice for use in mobile applications. The barrel of the heavy-duty housing is welded directly to the end caps, strengthening the cylinder body and eliminating the need for tie rods. Cross tubes are welded on to the piston end of the cylinder to add stability and have end fittings with grease zerks.

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