Firestone 50-P-10 Airomatic Polyactuators pneumatic actuators

Friday, 08 November, 2019 | Supplied by: Air Springs Supply Pty Ltd

The small and robust Firestone Airomatic pneumatic actuator range has been tested to five million cycles and is suitable for food, beverage and clean product manufacturing and conveyor applications.

Metal- and maintenance-free, the smallest in the range is the 50-P-10 Airomatic Polyactuators, which can achieve a stroke of 10 mm at maximum pressure of 3.5 bar (50 psi) and a diameter of 50 mm inflated, yet can exert forces of up to 38 kg at 3.5 bar (50 psi).

Constructed from layers of polyurethane welded together to form a tight seal, the Airomatic range was originally designed for the conveyor industry due to its compact design. Airomatic applications now include transfer sections and roller brakes, and can be used in almost any industrial actuation application requiring small pressure and stroke. The three-barb fitting design facilitates easy installation of standard industrial tubing.

Designed for small spaces and light forces, the latest Firestone Airomatic Polyactuator range is the smallest of the Firestone actuator and isolator family that includes Airstroke actuators and Airmount isolators in individual stroke capacities up to 40,000 kg and measuring up to a metre across. The range can be customised to meet specific sizes for a wide variety of materials handling and processing applications. These compact actuators have no pistons, rods or sliding seals, so friction, bending, scoring and wear are claimed to be not a concern. They are designed for easy washdown and don’t require lubricants.

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