cylinder actuator

cylinder actuator

[′sil·ən·dər ‚ak·chə‚wād·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device that converts hydraulic power into useful mechanical work by means of a tight-fitting piston moving in a closed cylinder.
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The 49K series RTJ flanged low noise vent globe valve has large flow capacity, is mounted with double acting piston cylinder actuator. The valves supplied to Saudi Aramco conform to International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards for noise attenuation.
Available in 4- to 18-inch square sizes (square to round transitions are available), the three-way Seal Tite Gravity Diverters are constructed of carbon steel or stainless steel, and can be ordered with an air cylinder actuator, electric linear actuator, chain wheel, or hand lever actuator.
All three models are offered with a choice of vane or cylinder actuator for different applications.
All three switch valve models are offered with a choice of vane or cylinder actuator for different applications.
They include a butterfly valve or similar disk, a metal plate that acts as a lever, a small air cylinder actuator that serves as the hydraulics assembly, a simple external tension spring that works alongside the air cylinder, and a length of flexible tubing.
The 41,000 series flanged globe valve has large flow capacity, is mounted with piston cylinder actuator, weighs 14 tonnes and has a height of six meters.