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Stainless Steel Cylinders Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of stainless steel cylinder manufacturers and suppliers. Find stainless steel cylinder companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture stainless steel cylinders to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top stainless steel cylinder manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the stainless steel cylinder companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of stainless steel air cylinders, stainless steel compressors, and pneumatic stainless steel cylinders of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

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  • Savannah, NY 315-563-3893

    Pearl Technologies manufactures an innovative line of patented wear strips to meet or exceed your expectations. Pearl's products include a variety of air cylinders (rebuildable, rotating, high speed), hole punches and adapters, splicing adhesive and more. Contact us today for more information!

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  • Lambertville, NJ 800-257-9515

    Built on a reputable history of innovative air cylinder production, Lehigh Fluid Power offers brass cylinders, double acting cylinders, rotary cylinders, miniature air cylinders and other cylinder accessories from our range of quality products. Not only do we supply these standard cylinders, we also have the expertise and capability to meet custom requirements with competitively priced solutions.

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  • Walhalla, SC 800-229-4955

    A manufacturer of pneumatic & hydraulic automation products & custom engineered switches, Nason has a wide range of design options available to ensure that the customer gets a product perfectly tailored for their needs. A variety of products offered includes pneumatic cylinders, hydraulic cylinders, non-rotating load carrying cylinders, pressure switches, vacuum switches & custom cylinders.

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Stainless Steel Cylinders Industry Information

Stainless Steel Cylinders

Stainless steel cylinders, in the context of air cylinders, are pneumatic tools that use the force of compressed air to move things. Air cylinders push, pull, lift, and open or close doors in all kinds of contexts. They can also hold, remove, and position materials or pieces for manufacturing processes. They are used in the braking systems of large trucks, and they can be used to open large doors in loading docks.

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Material Properties of Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is used as a cylinder construction material because of its qualities of strength, durability, and oxidation resistance. These qualities make it ideal for use in outdoor conditions or in the presence of moisture, some corrosive chemicals, and variable temperatures. Stainless steel can be used to make reliable air brake cylinders for trucks because it is less vulnerable to rusting than are other metal cylinder construction materials. Stainless steel is generally well-suited to heavy-duty applications because of its composition.

Stainless Steel Cylinder Design and Function

Stainless steel cylinders vary widely in terms of their sizes and configurations. They can be single or double stroke, equipped with rods, or rodless. The extensive variety of possible cylinder configurations is a response to the equally extensive variety of contexts in which they are employed. Stainless steel cylinders, like all other cylinder varieties, can be configured in many ways. There are two main categories into which all cylinder varieties fall: single stroke and double stroke.

A cylinder works by forcing the movement of a piston with compressed air. The compressed air enters the cylinder through an inlet. All cylinders have at least one inlet. When the piston must be moved back, the compressed air is released. In single stroke cylinders, a spring on the other side of the piston forces the piston back into place. In double stroke cylinders, another inlet on the other side of the piston allows a separate stream of compressed air into the cylinder, forcing the piston to move back to its original position.

Stainless steel cylinders can be configured in both ways. In addition to stroke configuration, cylinder varieties can also differ from each other in terms of motion type. Rotary cylinders, for example, allow for rotational movement instead of lateral movement. Rodless cylinders often will make use of cables to move loads, which can save space. A stainless steel cylinder’s configuration depends entirely on the demands of its application.



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