Double acting scotch Yoke Pneumatic actuator

Model:DA40~DA220
Torque:13Nm~5100Nm
Connection flange:UNI EN ISO 5211
Standard:BS EN 15714-3:2009
Accessories connection:NAMUR
Rotation angle: 90°(-8°~+3°)
Working medium:Filter dry compressed air
Air pressure:2.5bar~8bar
Ambient temperature
Normal temperature:-20℃~+80℃
Low temperature:-50℃~+60℃
High temperature:-20℃~+150℃






    Category: Pneumatic actuator

    Description

    Torque:13Nm~5100Nm
    Connection flange:UNI EN ISO 5211
    Standard:BS EN 15714-3:2009
    Accessories connection:NAMUR
    Rotation angle: 90°(-8°~+3°)
    Working medium:Filter dry compressed air
    Air pressure:2.5bar~8bar
    Ambient temperature
    Normal temperature:-20℃~+80℃
    Low temperature:-50℃~+60℃
    High temperature:-20℃~+150℃

    Output torque double acting

    Model 3bar 4bar 5bar 6bar
    45° 90° 45° 90° 45° 90° 45° 90°
    DA40 13 7 13 18 10 18 22 12 22 27 14.6 27
    DA60 38 20 38 50 28 50 63 34 63 76 41 76
    DA80 125 68 125 166 91 166 208 114 208 250 135.3 250
    DA100 265 145 265 353 196 353 441 242 441 530 286 530
    DA125 456 251 456 610 335 610 762 419 762 935 504 935
    DA140 668 347 668 891 463 891 1114 579 1114 1337 695 1337
    DA180 1317 684 1317 1756 913 1756 2195 1141 2195 2633 1369 2633
    DA220 2550 1402 2550 3401 1870 3401 4251 2337 4251 5100 2805 5100

    Double acting size DA40


    Double acting size DA60

    Double acting scotch Yoke Pneumatic actuators

     


    Double acting size DA80

    Double acting scotch Yoke Pneumatic actuators


    Double acting size DA100

    Double acting scotch Yoke Pneumatic actuators


    Double acting size DA125

    Double acting scotch Yoke Pneumatic actuators


    Double acting size DA140

    Double acting scotch Yoke Pneumatic actuators


    Scotch yoke Pneumatic actuator Double acting size DA180

    Double acting scotch Yoke Pneumatic actuators


    Scotch yoke Pneumatic actuator Double acting size DA220

    Double acting scotch Yoke Pneumatic actuators


    FAQS

    What is scotch yoke Pneumatic actuator?

    Scotch Yoke Pneumatic Actuator are mechanical devices that use pressurized air to drive a piston. This type of actuator has been used for decades in various industries due to its reliable and effective design which helps to reduce wear and tear on the system. It is essentially composed of three main parts – the scotch yoke, the piston, and a pressurized chamber.

    The scotch yoke component is made from two pieces of metal joined together with an eccentric pin or slider which is designed to move linearly when pressure is applied. The second part of the scotch yoke pneumatic actuator is a cylinder or tube known as the “piston” which slides back and forth within the chamber upon pressurization by air. Finally, pressure from external sources like pumps and compressors can be controlled through valves located between them and this will determine how much power you want your device to have.

    The advantages that these types of actuators possess include high durability, low cost, energy efficiency, precise control over motion thanks to their linear movement patterns, easy installation & maintenance due to simple design & structure plus operation in all positions. Lastly they are self-lubricating meaning no additional lubrication needs adding during operation – reducing costs associated with maintenance downtime as well as freeing up valuable resources elsewhere at any given time!

    What is the difference between Scotch yoke Pneumatic actuator and Rack and Pinion actuators?

    Scotch yoke and Rack and Pinion actuators are two distinct types of mechanical components used to generate motion in a variety of industrial applications. While both types provide means for converting rotary motion into linear motion, they each have unique characteristics that make them well-suited to different tasks.

    Scotch yoke actuators consist of a slotted arm connected to an angled block typically referred to as the “piston” which is joined with a crank or eccentric shaft. As the shaft turns, the piston moves forward, driving whatever mechanism it is attached to through linear motion generated from its changing angle. This type of actuator is known for being simple yet robust and reliable, making it ideal for high-speed cyclic applications such as those found in air compressors and pumps.

    Rack and pinion actuators consist of teeth cut onto what is known as the “rack” which meshes with a circular gear known as the pinion gear when rotated by an external source (such as an electric motor). This causes linear motion on one side while producing rotational movement at equal speed on the other—which makes this type ideal for open/closed loop control systems such as robotics or automated factory processes where accuracy and consistent speed are essential factors.

    In summary, scotch yoke actuators employ a moving piston in order to convert rotation into linear reciprocating action; whereas rack and pinion actuators use cogs & gears mated together so that rotating input generates steady linear output with excellent precision control over velocity & direction.. Their respective advantages make them suitable for various different applications, so it really depends on your specific needs before deciding which one would be right for you!

    How does a Scotch yoke Pneumatic actuator work?

    A Scotch yoke pneumatic actuator is a type of linear reciprocating actuator, used to convert rotary motion into linear translational motion. The device consists of a slotted arm or lever attached to the end of an air cylinder piston rod. When the piston is pressurized, it pushes against the lever and causes it to move in a linear direction. This angular rotation-to-linear movement conversion makes Scotch yoke actuation extremely useful for applications requiring both fast and reliable movement in response to pressure changes from compressed air sources.

    The mechanism behind this type of actuator works similar to other mechanical finger-like devices, such as rack and pinion systems or pegboards with slots for gears. In a Scotch yoke system, the slotted arm acts as a pivot point where two elements connect together: one element is driven by an external force (usually air pressure) that drives the shaft/arm through the slot; while the other element moves along with it as platform for synchronization/guidance on its path back though slot again during retraction phase .This allows us not only to generate true linear motion but also provides accuracy and repeatability on multiple cycles compared with other types pneumatic cylinders which do not include any kind of guidance system between moving components inside cylinder housing and static parts outside .

    Additionally , scotch yokes are compact , lightweight , low power consuming units ideal for mobile applications due their simple design which comprises few components what allows easy assembly on site .Another great advantage stands out when we need high frequency operations since these devices can handle much higher frequency rates than standard cylinders due lubrication free operation without causing friction losses generally found in conventional actuation mechanisms like springs or shock absorbers resulting in faster cycle times when processing campaigns without sacrificing precision even escalation sudden changes within holding load conditions can be compensated easily without disturbing actuation process restoring balanced condition shortly after identified fluctuation has been corrected .

    The difference between single-acting pneumatic actuator and double-acting pneumatic actuator

    A single-acting pneumatic actuator is a device that uses the power of compressed air to move an object in a linear direction. It consists of a piston with its associated seals and springs, and requires only one acting force (the pressure applied by the air) for it to work. When pressurized, this force acts upon the piston head causing it to move in the desired direction and once the pressure is released, the actuator returns to its starting position using energy stored up within its spring mechanism. Single-acting actuators are generally used where low forces or only one stroke cycle are required.

    On the other hand, double-acting pneumatic actuators make use of both compressions and decompressions of gases in order to move an object. These types of devices require two acting forces instead – one for each side – pushing against each other for operation. The movement generated depends on which side has higher pressure; therefore both compression and decompression must be carefully regulated so that either side does not overpower the other. Double–acting pneumatic actuators can generate very high amounts of thrust when compared to single-acting ones; hence they are mostly used when there is a need for larger thrusts or repeated cycles over extended periods of time without resetting them manually.