MCS Modular Construction System
Available for M04-M36
It is advisable to use a stop sleeve for optimal damping stroke adjustment. In this process, the end stop and the damping stroke can be adjusted individually by screwing the sleeve on the shock absorber external thread using the additional locknut.
It is advisable to start by setting the ideal utilization of the damper by reducing the damping stroke. The end stop can subsequently be set using the position of the damper in the mounting piece.
The stop sleeve works either with or without a steel and plastic head, but not in conjunction with the bellow. The stop sleeve, including the additional locknut contained in the scope of delivery, is made of stainless steel.
Available for M08-M33 (with the exception of M16, M22 and M27)
In addition to the stop sleeve features, the sensor stop sleeve features inductive sensor with highly compact integration for sensing the end position of the set damping stroke. Using the sensor stop sleeve requires the use of an industrial shock absorber with a steel or plastic head (excluding the bellow).
Inductive sensor, PNP NO contact (Normally Open), 2 m PUR cable, IP65 degree of protection.
See separate data sheet for additional information.
Available for M08-M36 for normal and long stroke
If the industrial shock absorber is actuated with a higher angle of impact than the permissible misalignment of 2°, then a side load adapter must be provided. This increases the permissible angle of impact to 30°, which is especially advantageous for rotative applications.
The side load adapter can only be used in combination with an industrial shock absorber without a head. Here, the damper can alternatively be screwed on using the external thread of the side load adapter.
Consisting of a piston rod and housing made of stainless steel, the side load adapter is available in two protection configurations.
Protection: WiperAgainst liquids and oil
Protection: Felt ringAgainst dust and chips
Available for M08-M36
You can use a clamping flange made of nickel-plated steel to connect the shock absorber to the structure more easily. After being fully screwed in, the shock absorber is clamped tightly to the clamping flange, which makes the locknut unnecessary.
You can use a clamping flange made of nickel-plated steel to connect the shock absorber to the structure more easily. After being fully screwed in, the shock absorber is clamped tightly to the clamping flange by screwing in the screwing direction of the shock absorber and fastened to the structure, which makes the locknut unnecessary.
A nut made of stainless steel is supplied for each industrial shock absorber. When installing in a drilled hole with no threading, an additional nut for attachment on both sides can be ordered at the same time.
If the industrial shock absorber is being used within a pressure chamber, for instance in a pneumatic cylinder or a swivel unit, then a pressure chamber seal is required for sealing the outer contour of the shock absorber. For ideal sealing, the seal must make full-surface contact on both sides. The seal itself is made of NBR, which is applied to corrosion-protected chromated steel for stabilization purposes.
The screws are included in the scope of delivery of the respective BasicStop structural damper. These can also be ordered individually.