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The Compact Electro-Hydraulic Actuator (EHA) is a self-contained, bi-directional DC motor-driven system that delivers reliability and power. Its integral hydraulic cylinder achieves up to 4,800 lbf of force with speeds up to 84 mm (3.3 in) per second.

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Bailey designs, manufactures and sources the highest quality hydraulic cylinders available. Whether your application is manufacturing, automotive, construction, agriculture, forestry, or OEM, we can provide the perfect hydraulic cylinder for your purpose. Browse our cylinder types below.

Parker's Cylinder Division designs and manufactures the largest selection of actuation in North America. Cylinder Division offers a full range of standard NFPA hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders, mobile, compact and telescopic cylinders, helical rotary actuators, tilting couplers and custom cylinders, for customer design flexibility to meet or exceed their application requirements in uptime, ease of service and standardization in components for lower owning cost. In addition, our 3-Day Cylinder Shipping Program minimizes your downtime by delivering your cylinder as quickly as possible. Cylinder Division has over 100 years of cylinder experience and has built this history through a heritage of innovation and strong acquisitions. Partner with Parker today.

The new hybrid design solution leverages electromechanical concepts but with a hydraulic actuator, which delivers three times more power density then electric cylinders. The HAS 500 offers energy efficiency, plug and play simplification and maintenance free operations for 10,000 hours or more.

Parker heavy duty hydraulic tie rod cylinders offer the highest initial quality, best in class delivery, optimized performance, extended service life, longer intervals between maintenance and improved serviceability.

The Moog Hydraulic Service Manifold (HSM) provides an on/off isolation control to a test system or individual hydraulic actuator. The input side of the HSM is connected to a central Hydraulic Power Unit (HPU). The output side is connected to one or more servo controlled hydraulic actuators. It also provides additional filtration and has accumulators for removing pressure and flow fluctuation and storing energy.

Moog Hydraulic Distribution Manifold (HDM) address to hydraulic power distribution for aerospace, automotive and other test systems. HDM connects in between a hydraulic power source, such as Hydraulic Service Manifold (HSM) or Hydraulic Power Unit (HPU), and downstream hydraulic devices, for example hydraulic actuators. It helps the test facilities layout the hydraulic circuity in a simple and neat structure.

Aerospace structural test articles are always very expensive and precious especially the large-scale ones. Any damage during the test can potentially cause huge loss in money, schedule delay or even program cancellation. Moog Off-Axis Load Abort Manifold is designed to work with test actuator and controller to create a controllable abortion scheme to unload the energy from the test articles and rig to protect them from possible damage.

The design and construction of Parker's Compact EHA electro-hydraulic linear actuator enables it to produce exceptionally high levels of force, up to 21.35 kN, and operating speeds of up to 84 mm/sec, depending on load conditions.

York Precision Machining & Hydraulics LLC manufactures custom hydraulic actuators for dozens of different industries and applications, and our leading quality assurance standards and positive locking capabilities make us a trusted partner in producing these vital components.

Automotive: Automotive industries rely on manufacturing equipment built with highly specialized components, including hydraulic actuators. Machine presses, in particular, are used to mold and produce automotive parts, and our custom hydraulic actuators allow for these presses to move and stabilize in place safely.

Defense: Military equipment, including cranes, artillery units, ships, vehicles, aircraft and more all rely on actuators to mechanize their moving parts. Our hydraulic actuators and positive locking systems are ITAR registered and ISO 9001:2015 certified, meaning they are designed and engineered for the rigorous demands of national defense.

Manufacturing: Manufacturing operations rely on drill presses, machining tools, die casting equipment and more to perform at optimal levels of efficiency and safety. Hydraulic actuators provide the controlled movement of these machines, including providing the safety and performance mechanisms to hold presses and other moving components in place while workers perform their duties.

Marine: Ocean freight liners and other marine transport vessels require automated lifting and locking capabilities for doors, gates and barge clamping. Hydraulic actuators provide the solution to securing these components in place to improve safety and efficiency.

Material handling equipment: Aerial lifts and booms rely on custom hydraulic actuators with positive locking to provide powerful, smooth and safe lifting capabilities. Custom hydraulic actuators allow for the lifting movement while preventing a sudden change in hydraulic pressure that would cause the boom to fall.

Robotics: Warehouse and manufacturing plants are increasingly relying on robotics to improve efficiencies. Hydraulic actuators provide the robotic movements necessary for gripping and lifting with ease and precision.

Actuators are customizable mechanisms that can be designed, engineered and manufactured to suit any application. Our custom machining technology allows us to create actuators that meet a number of different specifications and sizes.

Positive locking devices lock loads in position when the desired motion has stopped, or they lock instantly if there has been an undesired loss of hydraulic pressure that could cause the load to drop. Positive locking is based on the materials science principle of metal elastic expansion under pressure.

York Precision Machining & Hydraulics manufactures a unique positive locking device called the Bear-Loc, which is a rod locking device for hydraulic actuators. The Bear-Loc is a cylinder and lock combination that locks extended actuators in place to prevent sudden drops in pressure that release the actuator mechanism. For example, a positive locking device like the Bear-Loc installed on an aerial lift will lock the actuator in place upon extension to prevent the boom from suddenly falling.

The Bear-Loc is designed to continuously lock anywhere along the hydraulic stroke, allowing for custom adjustments and improved functionality with infinite and bidirectional locking abilities. This positive locking system can be installed on any type of custom hydraulic actuator, providing convenient versatility to solve whatever manufacturing problem you have.

By offering hydraulic and industrial hydrostatic testing, York Precision Machining & Hydraulics helps our customers feel confident in the hydraulic components we manufacture for them. Our capabilities include testing for pressure and state-of-the-art inspections all conducted in our testing chambers. Our rigorous testing processes ensure we can manufacture components at the highest standards of quality possible.

When you need custom actuators that are reliable and long-lasting and meet the specific needs of your application, contact York Precision Machining & Hydraulics. Our in-house design and engineering team can manufacture a custom linear actuator for you. Combined with our robust testing capabilities, we work with customers to produce the best possible hydraulic actuator solution.

The primary function of actuators is to control machines and allow parts to move. This motion can be any one of hundreds of operations such as lifting, clamping, blocking and ejecting. Typically, actuators are key parts in industrial and manufacturing operations where they activate valves, pumps, motors and switches.

Actuators usually control and direct mechanized motion. Movements can be linear, rotary or oscillatory. In other terms, that motion can be in one direction, circular or back and forth in regular intervals. No matter what end motion a mechanized system desires, it would impossible to achieve without actuator assistance.

Actuators classify first by the type of motion they produce. While rotary actuators generate rotation, linear actuators move in a straight path. Either type can also take the designation of oscillating if the movement cycles regularly.

Actuator types are next characterized by what energy form the actuator employs to convert the source from a potential state into physical motion. Potential energy is stored energy with the ability to do work. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. The most common energy sources are compressed fluids, compressed gas and electricity.

Hydraulic actuators operate with compressed fluid and control movement by managing the amount of fluid inside. Adding fluid increases pressure while reducing it lessens the force. These actuators are ideal for applications that need more significant power, but you can also commonly find them in products like exercise equipment.

The primary advantage of pneumatic systems is that they run on compressed air or gas instead of fluid. As a result, they are involatile and require no electricity to perform. Pneumatic actuators are versatile and affordable, making them popular for braking systems and pressure sensors.

The function of an electric actuator is to generate mechanical power from electricity input. Since the power source is consistent and continuous, these actuator types offer easy maintenance and are ideal for high-precision work. Electric actuators are common in manufacturing, robotics and electric vehicles.

Hydraulic actuators remain the most popular energy conversion systems. They are common in heavy-duty work like large construction machinery, marine propulsion and cargo handling, military weapons and transportation systems and overall jobs where brute power rules. 041b061a72


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