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Pneumatic Swing Clamps
PSB SERIES :
PNEUMAnC, SWING CLAMP, BLOCKVERSION -
DOUBLE
ACnNG, 4-7 KG/CM
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INLET AIR PRESSURE
Widely used for low clamping forces such as in light machining
of
aluminium
parts
or in welding fixtures. Cylinder body is made
of
light weight
aluminiumalloyhaving stainless steel piston
rod.
Block version can be mounted directly
to
side
of
fixture plate on front or rear faces using through holes or from abovewith long socket screws or from
belowusing tapped holes inbase as shown below. It has magnetic piston
to
signal end positions. End-position sensors are alsoavailable. Detailscan
be given on request.
Features
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Ideal for usa on fixtures for mass production on all types
of
conventional or CNC Machine tools.
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Operates on in-house air line.
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Arm
travels vertically straight up and then swings 90 degreefor easy job loading
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unloading from above.
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Examples of Mountings
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front face
from above or below
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Clamp
Model
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PSB25RIL
20
8.5
6.5
M8
50
40
82
125
78
20
32
PSB32RIL
30
8.5
6.5
M8
60
45
95
145
90
20
43
PSB40RIL
37
8.5
8.5
M10
70
52
95
145
90
25
40
PSBSORIL
46
10.5
8.5
M10
80
66
105
162
100
30
45
PSB63RIL
60
10.5
10.5
M12
90
80
105
162
100
30
36
Air Inlets R
w
Pislion
8lrake During
Straight
Total
Clamping
Model
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m
0
2Nol.
ella
ella
Swing
Clamping
Stroke
Force
Strob
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PSB25 RIL
7.5
35
M6
55
M8
M5
14
25
13
14
27
16 kg
PSB32 RIL
7.5
45
M8
60
M8
1/8 BSP
16
32
16
14
30
30kg
PSB40 RIL
9
55
M8
70
M8
1/8 BSP
16
40
15
15
30
50 kg
PSB50 RIL
9.5
65
M12
85
M10
1/8 BSP
20
50
17
15
32
85kg
PSB63 RIL
10
80
M12 100
M10
1/8 BSP
20
63
15
15
30
140 kg
RIL signifies right hand swing
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Left hand swing. Please indicate while ordering.
Standard Swing angle is 90°. Other Swing angles are also available on request.
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16
19
19
25
25
N.W.
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0.70
0.90
1.10
1.20
1.40
In right hand swing, when seen from abovewhile clamping down, the arm first swings 90 degrees clockwise and then clamps down whereas in left
hand swing it rotates 90 degrees counterclockwise and then clampsdown.
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