With the range of styles, sizes and shapes of pneumatic cylinders on the market today, it can sometimes be difficult to specify the type of cylinder you need for your application. As the number of standard options available on the market grows, you may feel spoiled for choice due to the sheer amount of products that may fit within your specifications. But how often is “good enough” actually good enough?
Sometimes it’s easier to choose a custom cylinder, but that choice is often costly and quickly becomes cost-prohibitive if you need to work with many cylinders at once. How do you specify a pneumatic cylinder for a specific application without resorting to a custom option? Read our white paper to learn four design aspects that can help you specify the right air cylinder for your needs.