Hydraulic Cylinder Structure And Working Principle

Hydraulic cylinder structure

Hydraulic cylinder structure is complicated among those hydraulic products.

In the hydraulic transmission system, hydraulic cylinder is the executive element. Many modern heavy machinery is inseparable from it. Many power transmissions can only be qualified for production work under the impetus of hydraulic cylinders. Its application fields include various industries such as construction machinery and machine tools, etc.

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hydraulic cylinder structure

A hydraulic cylinder usually contains an end cap, a cylinder barrel, a piston rod, a piston and other components. In order to prevent oil leakage, each part of the hydraulic cylinder will contain a seal, and the end of the hydraulic cylinder contains a buffer device.

How does a hydraulic cylinder work

When hydraulic oil enters the oil inlet hole at the left end and acts on the left end of the piston, the hydraulic oil pushes the piston to move in the axial direction to the right, and then pushes the parts connected with the piston rod to move to the right, and the hydraulic oil on the right side of the piston is pushed out of the hydraulic pressure. Inside the cylinder. When hydraulic oil enters from the oil inlet at the right end and acts on the right end of the piston, the hydraulic oil pushes the piston to the left in the axial direction, and then pushes the components connected to the piston rod to move to the left. Please refer to the following animations for details.

Hydraulic cylinders JW manufactured

As a reputable and professional manufacturer of hydraulic cylinders, JW have been engaging in designing and manufacturing hydraulic products for many years. The hydraulic cylinder we produced are widely used in most fields, such as marine, offshore, water engineering, metallurgy, etc.

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