Liquid Die Springs for Industrial / mechanical MARKETS
Liquid Die Springs Features:
- The Taylor Liquid Die Spring operates by mechanically compressing a liquid, Tayco Piezoil, in a sealed chamber. A piston moves into a cylinder filled with this liquid to compress it 9.4% at 20,000 PSI, The effect is roughly comparable to forcing 10 gallons of liquid into a 9-gallon container.
- Preload is the resistant force within the unit that must be overcome to initiate piston travel. End load is the maximum force capacity of a unit at the end of its given stroke or travel.
Never exceed the given stroke of any unit. Over stroking causes seal damage and loss in both preload and end load.
- The Liquid Die Spring is designed with a standard threaded end fitting so that the unit can be installed in any position. In the vertical position, however, the unit may simply be set in a bored hole with the unit resting on a flat bottom or on its shoulder. Insertion may be done by hand.
- Heat is generated within the unit as it is cycled. This heat must be dissipated in order for the unit to operate satisfactorily. Therefore, to prevent overheating, the maximum allowable stroke of a given unit is reduced as the cyclic rate is increased.
|Max Endload (lbs.)||500||1000||1500||2000||3000||4000||2500||6000||2000|
|Max. Stroke (in.)||0.36||0.51||0.34||0.68||0.43||0.59||1||0.6||2|
|Body length (in.)||2||2.5||2.5||3.5||3.5||4||4.5||4.5||5.75|
|Piston Length (in.)||0.39||0.54||0.54||0.71||0.71||0.62||1.12||0.76||2.01|
|Thread Length (in.)||0.375||0.5||0.5||0.75||0.75||0.75||0.75||1||1|
|Cyl. Diam. (in.)||½||¾||¾||1||1||1¼||1¼||1½||1½|
|Piston Diam. (in.)||3/16||¼||5/16||⅜||7/16||½||7/16||⅝||⅜|
|Unit Weight (lbs.)||0.05||0.19||0.23||0.42||0.51||.85||0.85||1.34||1.34|