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Stretch Rod Cylinder Replacement serves blow molding applications.
Press Release Summary:
Oct 07, 2013 - Designed to fit KronesÂ® bottle blowing machines, field-reparable Series BCK offers single pressure operation is engineered for extended service life. Features include aluminum alloy head, built-in shock pads that absorb impact energy and eliminate metal-to-metal contact, and cushion controls that reduce field adjustment errors. Retract cylinder speed is set at factory with fixed port orifice, eliminating need for adjustment, and food-grade lubricant is used throughout.
Original Press Release
PHD, Inc. Releases New Replacement Stretch Rod Cylinder for Blow Molding Applications
Press release date: Sep 26, 2013
Series BCK Benefits:
• Built-in shock pads absorb impact energy and eliminate metal-to-metal contact
• Rugged and lightweight aluminum alloy head
• Increased capacity cushion controls reduce field adjustment errors and maximize life
• Food grade lubricant throughout
• Retract cylinder speed is set at factory with fixed port orifice, no adjustment required
• Single pressure operation
• Field repairable
PHD’s dedicated division, the Plastic Packaging Components (PPC) Group, focuses on blow molding of bottles and other plastic containers. These products are drop-in replacement solutions for Sidel® and Krones® and other brand machines. Other specialized solutions include blow molding nozzle actuators, needle cylinders, eject slides, transfer arms, and more.
For more information on this new stretch rod cylinder including product animations and a catalog, visit www.phdinc.com/SeriesBCK. For immediate assistance, call (800) 624-8511.
PHD, Inc. designs and manufactures a complete line of pneumatic and hydraulic actuators for industrial automation. PHD’s robust products include a full line of cylinders, clamps, escapements, grippers, linear slides, rotary actuators, multi-motion actuators, switches, and sensors. PHD automation components are versatile and can be used independently for fixturing or tooling, in a modular fashion for building pick-and-place devices, or units can be built to order to meet specific application needs. PHD products, supported by our strong commitment to delivery and service, have made us a leader in industrial automation.