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2" Bore Double Acting Air Cylinder 7.5" Stroke

SPEEDAIRE| Zoro #: G0177502| Mfr #: 5VLA7

$172.32 /ea

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Rod Dia.: 0.625"End Cap Material: Anodized AluminumSingle Acting/Double Acting: Double Acting
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Zoro #: G0177502 Mfr #: 5VLA7
Rod Dia.: 0.625"End Cap Material: Anodized Aluminum
Single Acting/Double Acting: Double ActingMax. Pressure: 250 psi
Magnetic Piston: YesBore Dia.: 2"
Tube Material: Anodized AluminumCylinder Type: NFPA
Rod Thread Size: 1/2"- 20 UNFDimension E: 2-1/2"
Temp. Range: -10 Degrees to 165 Degrees FFeatures: Square Head, Switch Ready
Cushion Type: Head and CapPiston Material: Composite
Piston Rod Material: Case Hardened, Chrome Plated SteelPort Size: 3/8"
Standards: NFPA, RoHS CompliantItem: Air Cylinder
Overall Length: 12.875"Rod Thread Length: 0.75"
Stroke: 7.50"Body Material: Aluminum
Mount: NFPA MX5/MS4Dimension Kk: 1/2-20
Country of Origin (subject to change): United States


Air Cylinder, Air Cylinder, Double Acting, Air Cylinder Bore Dia. 2 In., 7.50 In. Stroke, NFPA, NFPA MX5/MS4 Air Cylinder Mount, Aluminum Body Material, 3/8 In. Port Size, -10 Degrees to 165 Degrees F Temp. Range, 12.875 In. Overall Length, Composite Piston Material, 250 psi Max. Pressure, Anodized Aluminum End Cap Material, Case Hardened, Chrome Plated Steel Piston Rod Material, Magnetic Piston Yes, Tube Material Anodized Aluminum, 0.625 In. Rod Dia., 1/2 In.- 20 UNF Rod Thread Size

Restrictions and Compliance

*1 : California Proposition 65 : This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
*2 : California Proposition 65 : This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.