Product Description

TPED/CE/EN/ISO/DOT/BV/SGS 2L/5L/7L/8L/10L/14L/20L small portable seamless steel gas cylinders filled with oxygen gas,co2 gas, argon gas,helium gas,mixture gas.etc.

Type   (mm)
Outside
Diameter
(L)
Water
Capacity
(mm)
()
Height
(Withoutvalve)
(Kg)
(,)
Weight(Without
valve,cap)
(Mpa)
Working
Pressure
(mm)
Design Wall
Thickness
Material
Grades
ISO102-1.8-150 102 1.8 325 3.5 150 3 37Mn
ISO102-3-150 3 498 5.2
ISO102-3.4-150 3.4 555 5.7
ISO102-4.4-150 4.4 700 7.2
ISO108-1.4-150 108 1.4 240 2.9 150 3.2 37Mn
ISO108-1.8-150 1.8 285 3.3
ISO108-2-150 2 310 3.6
ISO108-3-150 3 437 4.9
ISO108-3.6-150 3.6 515 5.7
ISO108-4-150 4 565 6.2
ISO108-5-150 5 692 7.5
ISO140-3.4-150 140 3.4 321 5.8 150 4.1 37Mn
ISO140-4-150 4 365 6.4
ISO140-5-150 5 440 7.6
ISO140-6-150 6 515 8.8
ISO140-6.3-150 6.3 545 9.2
ISO140-6.7-150 6.7 567 9.5
ISO140-7-150 7 595 9.9
ISO140-7.5-150 7.5 632 10.5
ISO140-8-150 8 665 11
ISO140-9-150 9 745 12.2
ISO140-10-150 10 830 13.5
ISO140-11-150 11 885 14.3
ISO140-13.4-150 13.4 1070 17.1
ISO140-14-150 14 1115 17.7
ISO159-7-150 159 7 495 9.8 150 4.7 37Mn
ISO159-8-150 8 554 10.8
ISO159-9-150 9 610 11.7
ISO159-10-150 10 665 12.7
ISO159-11-150 11 722 13.7
ISO159-12-150 12 790 14.8
ISO159-12.5-150 12.5 802 15
ISO159-13-150 13 833 15.6
ISO159-13.4-150 13.4 855 16
ISO159-13.7-150 13.7 878 16.3
ISO159-14-150 14 890 16.5
ISO159-15-150 15 945 17.5
ISO159-16-150 16 1000 18.4
ISO180-8-150 180 8 480 13.8 150 5.3 37Mn
ISO180-10-150 10 570 16.1
ISO180-12-150 12 660 18.3
ISO180-15-150 15 790 21.6
ISO180-20-150 20 1015 27.2
ISO180-21-150 21 1061 28.3
ISO180-21.6-150 21.6 1087 29
ISO180-22.3-150 22.3 1100 29.4
ISO219-20-150 219 20 705 27.8 150 6.1 37Mn
ISO219-25-150 25 855 32.8
ISO219-27-150 27 915 34.8
ISO219-36-150 36 1185 43.9
ISO219-38-150 38 1245 45.9
ISO219-40-150 40 1305 47.8
ISO219-45-150 45 1455 52.9
ISO219-46.7-150 46.7 1505 54.6
ISO219-50-150 50 1605 57.9

RECORD OF HYDROSTATIC TESTS ON CYLINDERS                Time≥ 60S
S.N Serial No. The weight without valve&cap(kg) Volumetric Capacity(L)  Total expansion(ml) Permanent expansion(ml)  Percent of Permanent to totalexpanison(%) Test Pressure 250Bar  Lot and Batch No.
1 20S049001 13.7 10.3 76.8  1 1.3  25 S05
2 20S049002 13.7 10.2 78.9  1.1 1.4  25 S05
3 20S049003 14.1 10.2 76.0  0.6 0.8  25 S05
4 20S049004 14.1 10.2 78.0  0.9 1.2  25 S05
5 20S049005 14 10.2 77.0  0.7 0.9  25 S05
6 20S049006 14.3 10.2 77.0  0.6 0.8  25 S05
7 20S049007 13.8 10.3 77.8  1 1.3  25 S05
8 20S049008 14 10.2 76.0  0.6 0.8  25 S05
9 20S049009 14.1 10.2 78.0  0.7 0.9  25 S05
10 20S049571 13.9 10.2 76.0  0.8 1.1  25 S05
11 20S049011 14.1 10.2 79.9  0.7 0.9  25 S05
12 20S049012 13.9 10.1 78.1  0.8 1.0  25 S05
13 20S049013 14 10.2 78.0  0.8 1.0  25 S05
14 20S049014 13.9 10.1 79.1  0.7 0.9  25 S05
15 20S049015 14 10.2 77.0  0.9 1.2  25 S05
16 20S049016 13.9 10.2 77.0  0.8 1.0  25 S05
17 20S049017 14 10.2 78.9  0.7 0.9  25 S05
18 20S049018 14.1 10.2 76.0  0.6 0.8  25 S05
19 20S049019 13.8 10.2 78.0  0.9 1.2  25 S05
20 20S049571 14 10.2 76.0  0.7 0.9  25 S05
21 20S049571 14 10.2 79.9  0.9 1.1  25 S05
22 20S049571 14 10.2 78.0  0.9 1.2  25 S05
23 20S049571 13.9 10.3 78.8  0.7 0.9  25 S05
24 20S049571 14 10.2 79.9  0.8 1.0  25 S05
25 20S049571 14.1 10.2 79.9  0.9 1.1  25 S05
26 20S049026 14.1 10.2 78.0  0.8 1.0  25 S05
27 20S049571 14 10.2 77.0  0.9 1.2  25 S05
28 20S049571 14 10.2 78.9  1 1.3  25 S05
29 20S049571 14 10.3 75.8  0.8 1.1  25 S05
30 20S049030 13.9 10.2 78.9  0.8 1.0  25 S05
31 20S049031 13.9 10.1 79.1  1 1.3  25 S05
32 20S049032 14 10.3 76.8  0.9 1.2  25 S05
33 20S049033 14 10.2 76.0  0.7 0.9  25 S05
34 20S049034 14 10.2 78.9  0.9 1.1  25 S05
35 20S049035 13.9 10.2 79.9  1 1.3  25 S05
36 20S049036 14 10.3 76.8  1.1 1.4  25 S05
37 20S049037 13.8 10.2 78.9  0.6 0.8  25 S05
38 20S049038 13.9 10.2 77.0  0.8 1.0  25 S05
39 20S049039 13.8 10.2 78.0  0.8 1.0  25 S05
40 20S049040 13.9 10.2 78.9  1 1.3  25 S05
41 20S049041 14 10.2 78.0  0.7 0.9  25 S05
42 20S049042 14.2 10.1 81.1  1.1 1.4  25 S05
43 20S049043 14.1 10.2 78.9  0.9 1.1  25 S05
44 20S049044 13.9 10.1 81.1  0.8 1.0  25 S05
45 20S049045 13.9 10.2 78.9  0.9 1.1  25 S05
46 20S049046 14.1 10.2 78.9  1 1.3  25 S05
47 20S049047 13.9 10.2 79.9  0.9 1.1  25 S05
48 20S049048 13.9 10.1 81.1  0.9 1.1  25 S05
49 20S049049 13.6 10.4 75.7  1 1.3  25 S05
50 20S049050 13.9 10.1 77.1  0.8 1.0  25 S05

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Material: Steel
Usage: Oxygen Gas and Nitrogen Cylinder
Structure: Gas – Liquid Damping Cylinder
Power: Hydraulic
Standard: Standard
Pressure Direction: Single-acting Cylinder
Customization:
Available

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hydraulic cylinder

What advancements in hydraulic cylinder technology have improved sealing and reliability?

Advancements in hydraulic cylinder technology have continuously contributed to improving sealing and reliability in hydraulic systems. These advancements aim to address common challenges such as leakage, wear, and failure of seals, ensuring optimal performance and longevity. Here are several key advancements that have significantly improved sealing and reliability in hydraulic cylinders:

1. High-Performance Sealing Materials:

– The development of advanced sealing materials has greatly improved the sealing capabilities of hydraulic cylinders. Traditional sealing materials like rubber have been replaced or enhanced with high-performance materials such as polyurethane, PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene), and various composite materials. These materials offer superior resistance to wear, temperature, and chemical degradation, resulting in improved sealing performance and extended seal life.

2. Enhanced Seal Designs:

– Advancements in seal designs have focused on improving sealing efficiency and reliability. Innovative seal profiles, such as lip seals, wipers, and scrapers, have been developed to optimize fluid retention and prevent contamination. These designs provide better sealing performance, minimizing the risk of fluid leakage and maintaining system integrity. Additionally, improved seal geometries and manufacturing techniques ensure tighter tolerances, reducing the potential for seal failure due to misalignment or extrusion.

3. Integrated Seal and Bearing Systems:

– Hydraulic cylinders now incorporate integrated seal and bearing systems, where the sealing elements also serve as bearing surfaces. This design approach reduces the number of components and potential failure points, improving overall reliability. By integrating seals and bearings, the risk of seal damage or displacement due to excessive loads or misalignment is minimized, resulting in enhanced sealing performance and increased reliability.

4. Advanced Coatings and Surface Treatments:

– The application of advanced coatings and surface treatments to hydraulic cylinder components has significantly improved sealing and reliability. Coatings such as chrome plating or ceramic coatings enhance surface hardness, wear resistance, and corrosion resistance. These surface treatments provide a smoother and more durable surface for seals to operate against, reducing friction and improving sealing performance. Moreover, specialized coatings can also provide self-lubricating properties, reducing the need for additional lubrication and enhancing reliability.

5. Sealing System Monitoring and Diagnostic Technologies:

– The integration of monitoring and diagnostic technologies in hydraulic systems has revolutionized seal performance and reliability. Sensors and monitoring systems can detect and alert operators to potential seal failures or leaks before they escalate. Real-time monitoring of pressure, temperature, and seal performance parameters allows for proactive maintenance and early intervention, preventing costly downtime and ensuring optimal sealing and reliability.

6. Computational Modeling and Simulation:

– Computational modeling and simulation techniques have played a significant role in advancing hydraulic cylinder sealing and reliability. These tools enable engineers to analyze and optimize seal designs, fluid flow dynamics, and contact stresses. By simulating various operating conditions, potential issues such as seal extrusion, wear, or leakage can be identified and mitigated early in the design phase, resulting in improved sealing performance and enhanced reliability.

7. Systematic Maintenance Practices:

– Advances in hydraulic cylinder technology have also emphasized the importance of systematic maintenance practices to ensure sealing and overall system reliability. Regular inspection, lubrication, and replacement of seals, as well as routine system flushing and filtration, help prevent premature seal failure and optimize sealing performance. Implementing preventive maintenance schedules and adhering to recommended service intervals contribute to extended seal life and enhanced reliability.

In summary, advancements in hydraulic cylinder technology have led to significant improvements in sealing and reliability. High-performance sealing materials, enhanced seal designs, integrated seal and bearing systems, advanced coatings and surface treatments, sealing system monitoring and diagnostics, computational modeling and simulation, and systematic maintenance practices have all played key roles in achieving optimal sealing performance and increased reliability. These advancements have resulted in more efficient and dependable hydraulic systems, minimizing leakage, wear, and failure of seals, and ultimately improving the overall performance and longevity of hydraulic cylinders in diverse applications.

hydraulic cylinder

What considerations are important when selecting hydraulic cylinders for mobile equipment?

To select hydraulic cylinders for mobile equipment, several important considerations need to be taken into account. Here are the key factors to consider:

  1. Load Capacity: Determine the maximum load or force that the hydraulic cylinder will need to support. This includes both the static load and any dynamic or shock loads that may be encountered during operation.
  2. Stroke Length: Consider the required stroke length, which is the distance the hydraulic cylinder can extend and retract. Ensure that the stroke length is sufficient for the specific application and range of motion needed.
  3. Operating Pressure: Determine the maximum operating pressure required for the hydraulic system. This will depend on the load and the specific application. Select a hydraulic cylinder with a pressure rating that exceeds the maximum operating pressure to ensure safety and durability.
  4. Mounting Style: Consider the available space and the mounting requirements of the mobile equipment. Hydraulic cylinders come in various mounting styles, such as flange, trunnion, clevis, and pivot, among others. Choose a mounting style that is compatible with the equipment and provides the necessary support and stability.
  5. Size and Weight: Take into account the physical dimensions and weight of the hydraulic cylinder. Ensure that it can fit within the available space and that the equipment can support its weight without compromising performance or safety.
  6. Speed and Precision: Evaluate the required speed and precision of the hydraulic cylinder’s movement. Different cylinder designs and configurations can affect the speed and accuracy of motion. Consider factors such as cylinder bore size, rod diameter, and the presence of cushioning or dampening features.
  7. Environmental Factors: Assess the operating environment of the mobile equipment. Consider factors such as temperature extremes, exposure to moisture, dust, and chemicals. Select hydraulic cylinders with appropriate seals and coatings that can withstand the environmental conditions and prevent corrosion or damage.
  8. Reliability and Maintenance: Consider the reliability and maintenance requirements of the hydraulic cylinders. Look for reputable manufacturers that provide high-quality products with a proven track record. Evaluate factors such as expected service life, availability of spare parts, and ease of maintenance.
  9. Cost: Finally, consider the cost of the hydraulic cylinders, including the initial purchase price, installation costs, and long-term maintenance expenses. While it is essential to find a cost-effective solution, prioritize quality and performance to ensure safe and efficient operation.

hydraulic cylinder

What are the common signs of wear or leakage that indicate hydraulic cylinder issues?

Hydraulic cylinders are critical components in hydraulic systems, and wear or leakage can lead to performance issues and potential system failures. It is important to be aware of the common signs that indicate hydraulic cylinder problems. Here’s a detailed explanation of the common signs of wear or leakage that indicate hydraulic cylinder issues:

1. Fluid Leakage:

– Fluid leakage is one of the most obvious signs of hydraulic cylinder problems. If you notice hydraulic fluid leaking from the cylinder, it indicates a seal failure or damage to the cylinder. Leaking fluid may be visible around the rod, piston, or cylinder body. It is important to address fluid leakage promptly as it can lead to a loss of system efficiency, contamination of the surrounding environment, and potential damage to other system components.

2. Reduced Performance:

– Wear or internal damage to the hydraulic cylinder can result in reduced performance. You may notice a decrease in the cylinder’s force output, slower operation, or difficulty in extending or retracting the cylinder. Reduced performance can be indicative of worn seals, damaged piston or rod, internal leakage, or contamination within the cylinder. Any noticeable decrease in the cylinder’s performance should be inspected and addressed to prevent further damage or system inefficiencies.

3. Abnormal Noise or Vibrations:

– Unusual noise or vibrations during the operation of a hydraulic cylinder can indicate internal wear or damage. Excessive noise, knocking sounds, or vibrations that are not typical for the system may suggest problems such as worn bearings, misalignment, or loose internal components. These signs should be investigated to identify the source of the issue and take appropriate corrective measures.

4. Excessive Heat:

– Overheating of the hydraulic cylinder is another sign of potential issues. If the cylinder feels excessively hot to the touch during normal operation, it may indicate problems such as internal leakage, fluid contamination, or inadequate lubrication. Excessive heat can lead to accelerated wear, reduced efficiency, and overall system malfunctions. Monitoring the temperature of the hydraulic cylinder is important to detect and address potential problems.

5. External Damage:

– Physical damage to the hydraulic cylinder, such as dents, scratches, or bent rods, can contribute to wear and leakage issues. External damage can compromise the integrity of the cylinder, leading to fluid leakage, misalignment, or inefficient operation. Regular inspection of the cylinder’s external condition is essential to identify any visible signs of damage and take appropriate actions.

6. Seal Failure:

– Hydraulic cylinder seals are critical components that prevent fluid leakage and maintain system integrity. Signs of seal failure include fluid leakage, reduced performance, and increased friction during cylinder operation. Damaged or worn seals should be replaced promptly to prevent further deterioration of the cylinder’s performance and potential damage to other system components.

7. Contamination:

– Contamination within the hydraulic cylinder can cause wear, damage to seals, and overall system inefficiencies. Signs of contamination include the presence of foreign particles, debris, or sludge in the hydraulic fluid or visible damage to seals and other internal components. Regular fluid analysis and maintenance practices should be implemented to prevent contamination and address any signs of contamination promptly.

8. Irregular Seal Wear:

– Hydraulic cylinder seals can wear over time due to friction, pressure, and operating conditions. Irregular seal wear patterns, such as uneven wear or excessive wear in specific areas, may indicate misalignment or improper installation. Monitoring the condition of the seals during regular maintenance can help identify potential issues and prevent premature seal failure.

It is important to address these common signs of wear or leakage promptly to prevent further damage, ensure the optimal performance of hydraulic cylinders, and maintain the overall efficiency and reliability of the hydraulic system. Regular inspection, maintenance, and timely repairs or replacements of damaged components are key to mitigating hydraulic cylinder issues and maximizing system longevity.
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editor by CX 2023-12-16