A Short Guide on Hydraulic Cylinder

A hydraulic cylinder is one of the mechanical equipment for transferring power by the utilization of high pressing oil acting against the surface space of a piston inside the cylinder and in designing vehicles. 

It makes use of under pressure hydraulic fluid in order to create linear force. In different examples, it fills needs in power transfer. 

With regards to choosing a hydraulic cylinder (Also Known as “ กระบอกไฮดรอลิก “ in the Thai Language), one must be able to look into arrangement, working determinations, materials of building and other features.

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In a standard hydraulic cylinder with a piston oil is fed in at one end by means of some sort of ‘port’ and the piston is saved to the cylinder by a twofold acting seal and as well between the rod and the gland by a single acting seal. 

In adding up, you will find a wiper seal is used in the gland to remain dirt out. This design is known as a double acting cylinder.

Hydraulic cylinder creates a linear movement when a pressing factor follows upon the piston surface. Since the rod is set to the piston, it moves moreover. 

Use of the hydraulic cylinder throughout the port to one side of the piston makes it go in one way, and utilization of the pressure throughout the port to the clashing side of the piston will cause it to shift to the opposite direction.