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New Series 63 cylinders from Camozzi

Camozzi Series 63 cylinders

Reduced weight and sleekness combined in new high-performance cylinders from Camozzi

CAMOZZI Automation have enhanced their cylinder offering with the introduction of Series 63, which the company describes as a highly significant addition to its already comprehensive range.

The clean lines of the new ISO 15552-compliant cylinder, combined with the fact that it is 25% lighter than previously available models, are said to give the Series 63 a streamlined look without compromising its performance.

Single or double acting, the versatile Series 63 is available in many different versions, making it suitable for use across a wide variety of sectors and applications. The cylinder features an adjustable pneumatic and mechanical cushioning system that reduces the noise caused by the impact of the piston on the end block.

Available with round aluminium tube and profile construction and rolled stainless steel rod, the cylinders’ design incorporates grooves to accommodate proximity switches (Series CSH) that can detect the piston’s position. If required, these grooves can be covered with the Mod. S-CST-500 slot cover profile.

High- and low-temperature, low-friction and corrosion-resistant versions of the cylinder are available, with ATEX certified and a version with a brass rod scraper for use in dusty environments also an option.

Series 63 is available with strokes up to 2,500mm (up to 2,000mm ex stock in the UK), whilst a full range of mounting accessories allows for easy installation in a wide variety of environments.

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