Pneumatic Screw-in Cylinders

Screw-in cylinders, with their versatile design, are essential for numerous applications, providing simple installation and adaptability. Threaded for easy attachment, they are utilised across diverse sectors, streamlining system integration. This makes them an ideal option for various mechanical and industrial configurations.


Introducing the AVENTICS™ Series SWN Screw-in Cylinders, available in sizes from 6mm to 16mm. These cylinders are perfect for the precise tensioning and positioning of small parts, suitable for numerous industrial uses. Offering a range of sizes, the AVENTICS™ Series SWN ensures efficient, reliable performance for handling small components with precision and ease. Enhance your industrial operations with these high-quality cylinders, tailored to meet your specific needs.

Medium: Compressed Air
Working Pressure Range: 2 - 8 Bar
Temperature Range: -20°C to 80°C
Maximum Particle Size: 5 µm
Piston Force Pressure: 6 Bar
Materials: Brass (Nickel Plated), Stainless Steel, Steel (Galvanised)
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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Actuation Valve offers actuated butterfly valves suitable for marine applications, featuring materials like B148 C9500 Aluminium Bronze and EPDM seats suitable for seawater, cooling systems, desalination, and other marine environments. The 80WM580 & 80LM580 in particular are the most common.
Yes, Actuation Valve can provide various certifications, including witness testing, 3.1 certification, and standard pressure tests. Additional certifications can be arranged upon request.
Yes, Actuation Valve offers sustainable spares and replacement parts for ongoing maintenance schedules.
Depending on the valve, actuator and process type pressure ratings range from PN10, PN16, PN40., ANSI 150 and ANSI 300.
A pneumatic cylinder is a mechanical device that uses compressed air to produce a force in a reciprocating linear motion.
They convert the energy of compressed air into mechanical force by moving a piston within a cylinder barrel.
The main types include single-acting (one-direction force) and double-acting (force in both extend and retract directions).
Yes, they can be customised in terms of size, stroke length, and special features to suit specific requirements.
They offer simplicity, high speed, durability, and ease of installation for various automation tasks.
Many are designed with materials and seals that can withstand harsh conditions, including dust, moisture, and high temperatures.
Consider the force required, stroke length, speed of operation, and the environment in which it will be used.


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Pneumatic Screw-In Cylinders