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TWIST/CLAMP CYLINDER Engineering Specifications Maximum Operating Pressure: 140 psi Operating Temperature: 15 to 160 F Lubrication: PTFE Grease Operating Precautions Do not clamp during rotary portion of stroke. Cylinder should be mounted vertically. Any force applied to clamped part perpendicular to clamping direction should not exceed 5% of the clamp force. The Bimba Twist Clamp Cylinder combines linear and 90-degree rotary motion with an internal pin/cam mechanism. The rotary action moves a clamping arm away from the workplace, allowing for easy loading and unloading of parts. The Guide Pin rides in the Cam Bushing. The bottom portion of stroke is linear travel. As the cylinder extends, the pin follows the groove and creates 90 degrees of rotary motion. Base Price Options Bore (includes stroke) V-fluoroelastomer Seals 25mm $208.40 $17.75 40mm $314.40 $28.10 50mm $384.25 $30.95 63mm $475.40 $40.15 Prices EFCL - EF clamp cylinder, left rotation EFCR - EF clamp cylinder, right rotation PRODUCT TYPE 25 - 25mm 40 - 40mm 50 - 50mm 63 - 63mm BORE SIZE EFCL - 6377 - 3EM *Stroke in model number is called out as TOTAL stroke Bore Rotary Clamp Total 25mm 20mm 15mm 35mm 40mm 28mm 15mm 43mm 50mm 39mm 38mm 77mm 63mm 39mm 38mm 77mm STROKE LENGTH V - Fluoroelastomer seals (15 to 225 F) 3* - Threaded mounting holes front/rear E* - U.S. units (inch) M* - Magnet for position sensing *Standard features included in all model numbers OPTIONS Clamp Arm (anodized aluminum) ordered separately as accessory kit Piston Rod (chrome plated steel) Rod Scraper (bronze) Cam Bushing (stressproof steel) Rod Guide (anodized aluminum) Bumper (urethane) Piston Seal (nitrile, high-temperature optional) Body (hard-anodized, PTFE coated aluminum) Magnet Piston (aluminum) Rod Seal (nitrile, high-temperature optional) Guide Pin (hardened steel) Clamp Bolt (zinc-plated steel) Bimba (314) 427-0600 800-444-0522 (FAX) 314-427-3502 www. j hf.com JHF Catalog [ Volume 7 ] 218 Prices Subject to Change Without Notice John Henry Foster pneumatic and hydraulic equipment

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