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B I M B A How to Order The model number of all Original Line cylinders consists of three alphanumeric clusters. These designate product type, bore size and stroke length, and mounting styles and options. Please refer to the charts below for an example of model number BR-013-DBEE0.5. This is a rear block, 7/16" bore, 3" stroke double acting cylinder with bumpers and an extra extension of 1/2". (in alphabetical order, except for EE which is last) B - Bumpers E - Seals and factory lubrication for long life in non-lube applications F - Molycoated body G - Magnalube G Lubrication H - Heavy Spring (H designated before mounting style) JR - Double-Acting Spring Extend ( standard steel rod standard) JS - Double-Acting Spring Return (standard steel rod standard) K - Ports rotated 90 N - Low temperature seals & lubrication NT - No Thread Q - Side ported rear head T - Switch Track (T1, T2, T3 or T4) V - High temperature seals & lubrication W - Rod Wiper Y - Pivot bushing replaces pivot pin EEX.XX - Extra Rod Extension of X.XX OPTIONS MOUNTING STYLE (see individual bore sizes for designations) BR-013-DBEE0.5 007 - 5/16" 01 - 7/16" 02 - 9/16" 04 - 3/4" 06 - 7/8" 09 - 1-1/16" 12 - 1-1/4" 17 - 1-1/2" 24 - 1-3/4" 31 - 2" 50 - 2 1/2" 70 - 3" TYPE BXX - Block or Trunnion Mounted (BF, BR, BFT, BRT, BFM, BRM, BFTM, BRTM) C - Cushion (CR, CF, CS, CM, CRM, CFM, CSM) H - Hydraulic cylinder HL - Low Pressure Hydraulic (250 PSI maximum) M - Magnet option for standard cylinders MRS - Magnetic Reed Switch Cylinder SR - Stainless rod, if nonstandard STROKE LENGTH In inches and decimal fractions, i.e. 1.75 (See individual models for standard and maximum stroke) BORE SIZE/POWER FACTOR ORIGINAL LINE-STAINLESS STEEL BODY AIR CYLINDERS Approximate Power Factors 5/16" = 0.07 7/16" = 0.15 9/16" = 0.25 3/4" = 0.4 7/8" = 0.6 1-1/16" = 0.9 1-1/4" = 1.2 1-1/2" = 1.7 1-3/4" = 2.4 2" = 3.1 2-1/2" = 5.0 3" = 7.0 FORCE = Airline x Piston Area Pressure PISTON = Bimba Power Factor AREA FORCE = Airline x Bimba Power Pressure Factor Bimba has made sizing a cylinder as easy as knowing the model number. Each base model number is developed by calculating the area of the cylinder bore. This area, or Power Factor, will provide the force the cylinder will exert when multiplied by the airline pressure. Bimba JHF Catalog [ Volume 7 ] (314) 427-0600 800-444-0522 (FAX) 314-427-3502 www. j hf.com 41 Prices Subject to Change Without Notice John Henry Foster pneumatic and hydraulic equipment

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