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The construction of increasingly complex machines requires equally complex hydraulics. Here inno-
vative solutions are necessary taking into account all specifications modern industry requires of these cylinders. For decades BÜTER® hydraulic cylinders have already been used in all branches of engineering, automotive industry and machines, so everywhere where loads are being moved and lifted. The new generation of hydraulic screw cylinders is ready for the future because of its high precision finishing. Make yourself acquainted with the technical details and use our service and download the corresponding CAD files of the hydraulic cylinders in DXF format.
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Accumulator retraction stroke cylinders: A consequent investigation into practical solutions resulted in that each Büter - Accumulator retraction stroke cylinder is fitted with an integrated automatic refill valve, which ensures the required retraction force, even after being used for many years.
Hydraulic cylinders with continuous distance measuring systems: Distance measuring systems of various manufacturers offer in combined with precise building-in dimensions of the screw modules of the hydraulic cylinders a modern feature for the automation technology.
Hydraulic cylinders with position detection: A great success are also BÜTER® - Hydraulic cylinders with the most modern sensor technology. These cylinders are even more price-competitive and save more space compared to other known mechanical solutions.
Hydraulic cylinders with (end position) damping: BÜTER®- damping systems are leading the way, because of the self-adjusting valves they are free of wear and moreover their construction does not require more installation space.
Hydraulic cylinders based on the master-slave principle: Optimal co-ordinated pairs of hydraulic cylinders enable a parallel linear drive system via one drive system only.
Pull cylinder: A patented air exchange lock enables a free running piston movement and an adequately tighter closing of the piston room around the cylinder bottom.