A hydraulic cylinder is a mechanical actuator used to provide unidirectional force through a unidirectional stroke. Hydraulic cylinders are used in almost every industry and are available in a variety of configurations. The two main types of hydraulic cylinders are Tie-rod and Welded. Each of these cylinder types can have unique applications due to their designs. Tie-rod cylinders are usually installed in light to medium duty applications and are generally designed to be repaired or re-packed if necessary. Welded cylinders are designed for most applications and are more complex in design but are generally more difficult to repair due to the welded design. Welded cylinders are typically a better solution due to their compact design and when a more robust design is important in an application.
This hydraulic cylinder has a 5" bore and a 8" stroke with a retracted length of 20-1/4" and an extended length of 28-1/4". Hydraulic cylinders are constructed from high strength steel and zinc plated for tough conditions on the job or farm.
The DB-ASAE cylinders are designed for use where ASAE 8" stroke cylinder are required.
Uniform specifications for 8" stroke: 20.25" closed center length w/ 1" clevis pin.
Rod Size: 1.50"
Closed Center: 20.25"
Open Center: 28.25"
Port Size: 1/2"
Clevis Pin: 1"