MC33 to MC64

High energy absorption and robust design

Self-Compensating
Energy capacity 170 Nm/Cycle to 5,650 Nm/Cycle
Stroke 23.2 mm to 150 mm

The latest damper technology: The combination of the latest sealing technology, annealed guide bearing and integrated positiv stop make these self-compensating shock absorbers from ACE'S MAGNUM range so successful.

After all, users benefit from the longer service life of the products, even in the most difficult environments. A continuous outer thread and extensive accessories make their contribution to the success story of the MC33 to MC64.

High energy absorption in a compact design and a wide damping range lead to huge advantages in practice. Alongside generally more compact designs, these small yet very powerful absorbers enable full use of the machine's performance.

These self-compensating industrial shock absorbers are used in all areas of mechanical engineering – especially in automation and for gantries.

Technical data

Energy capacity 170 Nm/Cycle to 5,650 Nm/Cycle

Stroke 23.2 mm to 150 mm

Impact velocity range 0.15 m/s to 5 m/s. Other speeds on request.

Operating temperature range -12 °C to +66 °C. Other temperatures on request.

Mounting In any position

Positive stop Integrated

Material Outer body: Nitride hardened steel; Piston rod: Hard chrome plated steel; Rod end button: Hardened steel and corrosion-resistant coating; Return spring: Zinc plated or plastic-coated steel; Accessories: Steel with black oxide finish or nitride hardened

Damping medium Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF)

Application field Linear slides, Swivel units, Turntables, Portal systems, Machines and plants, Tool machines, Machining centres, Z-axes, Impact panels

Note

A noise reduction of 3 to 7 dB is possible when using the special impact button (PP). For emergency use only applications and for continous use (with additional cooling) it is sometimes possible to exceed the published max. capacity ratings. In this case, please consult ACE.

Safety information

External materials in the surrounding area can attack the seal components and lead to a shorter service life. Please contact ACE for appropriate solution suggestions. Do not paint the shock absorbers due to heat emission.

On request

Special oils, nickel-plated, increased corrosion protection, mounting inside air cylinders or other special options are available on request.