3-1/4" Air Cylinder Bore Dia. with 6" Stroke Stainless Steel , Rear Flange Mounted Air Cylinder
- Item # 5TEX9
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 5TEX9
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Catalog Group # D8271
- UNSPSC # 27131701
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- Item Air Cylinder
- Air Cylinder Product Group Air Cylinder
- Cylinder Action Double Acting
- Air Cylinder Bore Dia. 3-1/4"
- Stroke 6"
- Air Cylinder Type NFPA
- Air Cylinder Mount Rear Flange
- Body Material Stainless Steel
- Port Size 1/2" NPT
- Single Acting/Double Acting Double Acting
- Cushion Type Adjustable
- Temp. Range -20 Degrees to 200 Degrees F
- Cylinder Type NFPA
- Overall Length 13.375"
- Bore Dia. 3-1/4"
- Max. Load 2,073 lb.
- Mount Rear Flange
- Piston Material Aluminum Alloy
- Finish Silver
- End Cap Material Stainless Steel
- Piston Rod Material Stainless Steel
- Magnetic Piston No
- Tie Rod Material Stainless Steel
- Tube Material Stainless Steel
- Rod Dia. 1"
- Rod Thread Size 3/4"-16
- Rod Thread Length 1-1/8"
- Standards NFPA
- Features Switch Ready, Adjustable Air Cushion
- Max. Pressure 250 psi
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