Bimba Introduces Economical Compact Pneumatic Cylinders
University Park, IL – August 18, 2015 -- Bimba Manufacturing Company, an industry- leading provider of pneumatic, hydraulic, and electric solutions, and its subsidiary Mead Fluid Dynamics (MFD), an innovative manufacturer of pneumatic components, today announced the addition of compact pneumatic cylinders to its full line of MFD products.
The new cylinders (MACQ series), are constructed with a robust, extruded aluminum body. Double-acting, available in ten different bore sizes and a wide range of standard stroke lengths, the new cylinders can also be obtained with a magnetic piston to enhance position sensing.
The new compact line is suited for a broad range of general automation processes, providing flexibility in space-sensitive machine design applications. The low-cost line is also globally interchangeable with industry alternatives, allowing for quick drop-in replacement parts.
“The MACQ compact cylinders are a logical extension of the full line of rotary actuators, air preparation equipment, solenoid valves and extruded thrusters that comprise our MFD product series. The new compact cylinder series maintains the high quality standard for which MFD Pneumatics is known and that our customers have come to expect,” said Tom Kane, General Manager for Mead Fluid Dynamics.
For more information including product catalog, CAD files, visit http://www.bimba.com/Products-and-Cad/Actuators/Metric/Compact/Square-Extruded-Body/MACQ-Series
Bimba Manufacturing is a forward-thinking innovator of actuation technology, specializing in providing cutting-edge solutions to engineering challenges. Including its brands, TRD, Mead, MFD, Pneumadyne and Acro, Bimba markets an extensive line of industry-leading products including pneumatic, hydraulic, and electric actuators; valves; fittings; air preparation and a variety of safety and production solutions. In addition to its broad line of standard catalog products, the company’s business develops many custom and semi-custom products designed for specific customers and applications. These products, used in machinery and automation, are sold to original equipment manufacturers and end-users throughout the world in an expanding variety of industries. For more information, visit bimba.com.