Cylinder Parts

Identification and Seal Kit Data
Index

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Series 2A, 2H, 3H, 3L, VH Cylinders
Mounting Parts Identification
Series 2A, 2H, 3L, VH Cylinders
Parts Identification
Cushion Kits – Standard and Fluorocarbon
Series 2A, 2H, 3L, VH Cylinders
Seal Kits – Standard Seals
Piston Seal Options
Ring Type Piston
Lipseal Type Piston
Hi-Load Type Piston
Series 2A, 2H, 3L, VH Cylinders
Seal Kits – Group 5 Service
Piston Seal Options
Ring Type Piston
Lipseal Type Piston
Hi-Load Type Piston
Series 2AN Cylinders
Piston Seal Kits
Rod Seal Kits
TS-2000 Seal Kits and Gland Replacement Procedure
Series 3H Large Bore Hydraulic Cylinders
Parts Identification
Seal Kits
Series 3H 7" & 8" Bore Hydraulic Cylinders
Parts Identification and Maintenance Instructions
Series HMI Cylinders
Parts Identification
Seal Kits and Replacement Parts
Series HD-HDC Automotive Hydraulic Cylinders
Service Assembly Kits
Seal Kits
Series MA Air Cylinders
Seal Kits/Parts Identification
Series VP Air Cylinders
Parts Identification/Seal Kits
Series HC, DC, DA PAR-CHECKS
Operating Instructions & Parts Drawings for:
Series HC
Series DC
Series DA

For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor.
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41
42-43
43
44
44

45
45

46-47
48-49
50-51
52-53
53
54 & 55
56-57
57
58
58 & 59
60
61

63-64
65-67
68-70

Series 2A,
2H, 3H, 3L, VH Cylinders
TB NFPA
Style MX3

Mounting
Parts Identification

TC NFPA
Style MX2

21

23

TD NFPA
Style MX1

Replacement Mountings &
Hardware

23

23

Note: For items not shown see pages 42 and 43.
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19

19

Symbol Description

19

J NFPA
Style MF1

H NFPA
Style MF2

JB NFPA
Style MF5

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HB NFPA
Style ME4

HB NFPA
Style MF6

JB NFPA
Style ME3
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7" thru 14" Series 2A
8" Bore Series 3L

7" thru 14" Series 2A
8" Bore Series 3L

F NFPA
Style MS4

C NFPA
Style MS2

JJ NFPA
Style ME5

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28A

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27

79

Screws Not Shown

CB NFPA
Style MS1
32

G NFPA
Style MS7 

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HH NFPA
Style ME6

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BB NFPA
Style MP1

BC NFPA
Style MP2

E NFPA
Style MS3

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D NFPA
Style MT1

DB NFPA
Style MT2

DD NFPA
Style MT4

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67
76
79
86
87

Head, side lug mtg. Style C
Head, centerline lug mtg. Style E
Head, side tapped mtg. Style F
Head, trunnion mtg. Style D
Head, end lug mtg. Style G
Cap, side lug mtg. Style C
Cap, centerline lug mtg. Style E
Cap, side tapped mtg. Style F
Cap, trunnion mtg. Style DB
Cap, fixed clevis mtg. BB
Cap, end lug mtg. Style G
Tie rod
Tie rod, head end mtg. Style TB
Tie rod, cap end mtg. Style TC
Tie rod nut
Detachable clevis, mtg. Style BC
Retainer
Flange, rectangular mtg. Style J
Head, rectangular mtg. Style JJ
Head, square mtg. Style JB
Flange, rectangular mtg. H
Cap, rectangular mtg. Style HH
Cap, square mtg. Style HB
Flange, square mtg. Style JB
Flange, square mtg. Style HB
Mounting angle, head end Style CB
Mounting angle, cap end Style CB

C

Intermediate trunnion Style DD
Screws, intermediate trunnion mtg.
End lug, head end mtg. Style G
Socket head cap screws, Style JJ Mtg.
Clevis pin, mtg. Style BB & BC
Retaining ring, mtg. Style BB & BC

How to Order
Give cylinder model number, bore, stroke, serial
number and symbol number shown above to
insure proper replacement.

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2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
19
20
21
23
25
27
28
28A
28B
29
29A
29B
30
31
32
33

67

Screws Not Shown

For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II.
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Series 2A, 2H,
3L, VH Cylinders

Parts
Identification 
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For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor.
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cushioned both ends 59SA 60 Piston rod extension. 58. 73 & 74 for One Cap) Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols 69. 18. cylinder body end seal – – 48 Piston ring – 57 Piston rod. 42 & 44 34. 119. non-cushioned 57SA Piston & rod assembly. 58. 70. double rod type — cushioned – – O-ring. 71 & 72 for One Head) Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols 69. hi-load type – – – 119 Outer ring – Seal Kits – 120 Inner ring – See page – 121 Wear ring – 44. cap end floating check valve – below. 35. Item #73. cushioned both ends 37SA Piston & rod assembly. 18. 120 & 121 37 Piston rod. double rod type .cush. 44. 57 & 60 17. 37 & 48 17. 120 & 121 – Piston Rod extension. ported. 119. 73 & 74 for One Cap) Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols 69.non-cush. 119. 119. 18.8") Series “2A” 1 None None None None L065090000 L065170000 Series “3L” 1 1/2 L070740001 L070750001 L070740001 L070750010 L070740001 L070750001 2 L070740001 L070750002 L070740001 L070750010 L070740001 L070750001 2 1/2 L070740002 L070750003 L070740001 L070750010 L070740001 L070750001 3 1/4 L070740002 L070750004 L070740002 L070750011 L070740002 L070750003 4 L070740002 L070750005 L070740002 L070750011 L070740002 L070750003 5 L070740002 L070750006 L070740002 L070750011 L070740002 L070750003 6 L070740003 L070750007 L070740003 L070750012 L070740003 L070750016 7 L070740003 L070750008 L070740003 L070750012 – – 8 L070740003 L070750009 L070740003 L070750012 L070740003 L070750007 10 – – L070740003 L070750013 12 – – L070740003 L070750014 14 – – L070740003 L070750015 For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. 48. 58 & 61 – 17. 70. 42 & 44 35. Series 3H does not require the cushion bushing. 43 .Series 2A. 118. double rod type . 18. piston – See page 44. 60.cush. single rod type. gland to head seal – – 47 O-ring. – Standard Cushion Hardware Kits Bore Size For Head Assemblies For Cap Assemblies For Head Assemblies Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols 69. 48. 18. 118. gland – – 41 Lipseal. 71 & 72 for One Head) For Cap Assemblies For Head Assemblies Order Kits By Number Below: Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols (Kits include Symbols 69. 73 & 74 14 Gland 62 Gland cartridge kit 14. floating cushion bushing – – – – – 75 Seal. cushioned one end 58SA Piston & rod assembly. 2H. cushioned cylinder only – – – 19 Tie rod – – – 23 Tie rod nut – – – 27 Retainer – – 34 Piston rod. 3L. cap end 16. piston – 43 Back-up washer. 70. double rod type — non-cushioned 61 69 70 1. 70. cushioned head end 35SA Piston & rod assembly. 70. 18. ported. 70. 70. non-cushioned 34SA Piston & rod assembly. 37. 118. 42 & 44 37. cushioned 7. both ends 16. ported. 119. single rod type. 69. double rod type. non-cushioned C1SA Head. 42. single rod type. 70. 118. 40. 58 & 61 18. 58 Piston rod. single rod type — non-cushioned 16. 34. gland – Seal Kits – 44 Back-up washer. 118. gland – – 42 Lipseal. 70. ported. 44. 58 & 60 17. 35 & 48 17. 70. double rod type. 70. 70. 18. head end 16. 18. both ends 16. 70. 120 & 121 40 Wiperseal. 42 & 44 36. Parts Symbol Description Assemblies (Includes Symbol Numbers Shown) Description Symbol Ring Type Piston Lipseal Type Piston Hi-Load Type Piston 1 Head. single rod type — cush. For Head Assemblies For Cap Assemblies For Head Assemblies For Cap Assemblies For Head Assemblies For Cap Assemblies Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols 69. 44. single rod type — cush. check valve – Kits – 72 Plug screw. 41. cushioned cap end 36SA Piston & rod assembly. single rod type — cush. cushion adjustment – Cushion – 71 Ball. 71 & 72 for One Head) Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols 69. 73 & 74 for One Cap) Series “2A” Series “3L” Series 2H & 3H (7" . 73 & 74 for One Cap) 69. ring type – – – 17 Piston body. double rod type. – 45 O-ring. 58 & 60 18.8") Series 2H & 3H (7" . 71 & 72 – – – 16. 71 & 72 for One Head) Series 2H & 3H (7" . 73 & 74 for One Cap) Series “3L” C *Series 2H (7" & 8") and Series 3H (7" & 8") utilize the same cushion kit. 118. 120 & 121 Piston & rod assembly. VH Cylinders Parts Identification Cushion Kits Note: For specific mounting styles see page 41. single rod type. 71 & 72 for One Head) Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols 69. 36 & 48 17. 119. 43 & 45 15 Cylinder body – – – 16 Piston body. 70. one end 59 Piston rod. 120 & 121 35 Piston rod. 57 & 60 57. cushion adjustment & check valve screw – Needle valve. 61. 48. cushioned 7 Cap. non-cushioned C7SA Cap.8") Series “2A” 1 None None None None L065090000 L065170000 1 1/2 L065100000 L045580000 L065100000 L045800000 L065100000 L045580000 2 L065100000 L045660000 L065100000 L045800000 L065100000 L045580000 2 1/2 L065110000 L045590000 L065100000 L045800000 L065100000 L045580000 3 1/4 L065110000 L045600000 L065110000 L045810000 L065110000 L045590000 4 L065110000 L045610000 L065110000 L045810000 L065110000 L045590000 5 L065110000 L045620000 L065110000 L04581000 L065110000 L045590000 6 L065120000 L045630000 L065120000 L045820000 L065120000 L045790000 7 L065120000 L045640000 L065120000 L045820000 – – 8 L065120000 L045650000 L065120000 L045820000 L065120000 L045630000 10 – – L065120000 L045830000 12 – – L065120000 L045840000 14 – – L065120000 L045850000 Fluorocarbon Cushion Hardware Kits Bore Size Series “2A” Series “3L” For Cap Assemblies Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols 69. cushion sleeve – – – 118 Piston. 119. 34 & 48 17. 60. – 74 Retaining ring. 73 & 74 for One Cap) Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols 69. 69. double rod type . 120 & 121 36 Piston rod. lipseal type – – – 18 Cushion sleeve. 120 & 121 16. 36. check valve – See table – 73 Cushion bushing. 42.8") Series 2H & 3H (7" . 71 & 72 for One Head) Order Kits By Number Below: (Kits include Symbols 69. 118. 42.

VH Cylinders Parts Identification Seal Kits Standard Seals Symbol 14 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 48 62 119 120 121 Seal Kits for Class 1 & 2 Service (For Class 1 Hydraulic Service see TS-2000 Seal Kits pg. Symbols 47.m 78 (ft.m 148 ft.-lbs.-lbs. be sure to torque the tie rods evenly. lbs. Optional for series 2H.-lbs.-lbs.Series 2A.m 1168 ft. 40. 14. 201 N. 50 N. 69 cm-kg – – 2 CB202HL001 CB202HL001 72 in. give serial number of cylinder when ordering replacement kits or seals. 309 N.m 60 ft.m – – 8 CB802A0001 CB802HL001 80 ft. 423 N.m – – 3-1/4 CB322A0001 CB322HL001 18 ft.-lbs. 373 N. To be sure of exact replacement. 43 & 45 Wrench Wrench RK2AHL 0051 RG2AHL 0051 0116760000 1/2 069590 0000 RK2AHL 0061 RG2AHL 0061 011676 0000 5/8 069590 0000 RK2AHL 0101 RG2AHL 0101 011676 0000 1 069591 0000 RK2AHL 0131 RG2AHL 0131 011703 0000 1 3/8 069592 0000 RK2AHL 0171 RG2AHL 0171 011677 0000 1 3/4 069593 0000 RK2AHL 0201 RG2AHL 0201 011677 0000 2 069594 0000 RK2AHL 0251 RG2AHL 0251 011677 0000 2 1/2 069595 0000 RK2AHL 0301 RG2AHL 0301 011677 0000 3 069596 0000 RK2AHL 0351 RG2AHL 0351 011677 0000 3 1/2 069597 0000 RK2AHL 0401 RG2AHL 0401 011678 0000 4 069598 0000 RK2AHL 0451 RG2AHL 0451 011678 0000 4 1/2 083877 0000 RK2AHL 0501 RG2AHL 0501 011678 0000 *5 069599 0000 RK2AHL 0551 RG2AHL 0551 011678 0000 *5 1/2 069600 0000 *RG & RK kits listed are not applicable to 10" & 12" bore series 2H cylinders. 3L & VH hydraulic cylinders. 81 N.-lbs. 44 . Series 2H & VH Steel – – 18 ft. 3L.m – – – – – – How to order – individual seals contained in the kits are available separately – however we recommend purchasing complete kits because of the convenience & lower replacement cost. 50 N. 44 & 47 PK1002A001 PK1502A001 PK2002A001 PK2502A001 PK3202A001 PK4002A001 PK5002A001 PK6002A001 PK7002A001 PK8002A001 PK9002A001 PK9202A001 PK9402A001 PK/Piston Seal Kits Series 2HL.m – – 5 CB502A0001 CB502HL001 44 ft. 201 N. 149 N. 3L & VH Series 2A & 3L Bore Contains 2 Ea. 62) Rod Seal Cartridge Kits Kits Rod Contains Symbols Contains Symbols Gland Spanner Dia.-lbs.m 25 ft.-lbs. Lipseal Type Piston " "" Supplied as standard on series 2A air cylinders. 44 & 47 PK102HLL01 PK152HLL01 PK202HLL01 PK252HLL01 PK322HLL01 PK402HLL01 PK502HLL01 PK602HLL01 PK702HLL01 PK802HLL01 PK902HLL01 PK922HLL01 – PR/Piston Ring Kits Series 2H. 178 N.-lbs.m 800 ft. 163 N. 3LL & VHL Contains 2 Ea.-lbs.-lbs. " " "! " "# "% "& $ Series 2A (Class 1 Series 3L. 41. 41 cm-kg – – 1-1/2 CB152HL001 CB152HL001 36 in.-lbs. Bore Size 1 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 1/4 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 14 PK/Piston Seal Kits Series 2A Only Contains 2 Ea.-lbs. 61 N.-lbs.-lbs. 42 cm-kg 60 in. 2H. 81 N.-lbs.-lbs.) 106 N.-lbs.-lbs. 24 N.m 118 (ft.-lbs. 233 N. 43 & 45 40.m 14 – – 228 ft. For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. See bulletin 0995-M4. 41.m 110 ft. Hi-Load Type Piston     ' Optional on series 2H & VH hydraulic cylinders. Cylinder Body Material Size Symbol 47 Symbol 47 Brass Steel Fiberglass 1 CB102HL001 CB102HL001 12 in.-lbs. 24 N.-lbs.m 12 CB922A0001 CB922HL001 148 ft.-lbs.-lbs. 122 N.-lbs. 47 & 4 Symbol 48 PR102H0001 PR152H0001 PR202H0001 PR252H0001 PR322H0001 PR402H0001 PR502H0001 PR602H0001 PR702H0001 PR802H0001 PR902H0001 PR922H0001 – Hi-Load Piston Seal Kits Series 2H & VH Contains 2 Ea.m 78 (ft.m 60 ft.m – – 4 CB402A0001 CB402HL001 18 ft.m 45 ft. 14 cm-kg 35 in. lbs.m 45 ft.) 106 N. 24 N. 153 N. 34 N. 3L & VH Contains 2 Ea.-lbs. 50) Description Gland cartridge Gland wiperseal Gland lipseal Piston lipseal Gland back-up washer Piston back-up washer Gland to head o-ring End seal o-ring Piston ring Gland cartridge kit Outer ring Inner ring Wear ring Material: Buna-N (Nitrile) For operating temperature and fluid compatibility see Operating Fluids and Seals page in this section. 119.m 528 ft. VH see TS-2000 page C50) RG RK Gland (Sym. +5% tolerance).m – – 6 CB602A0001 CB602HL001 44 ft.-lbs. Sym. 15 N. 120 & 121 – PK152HK001 PK202HK001 PK252HK001 PK322HK001 PK402HK001 PK502HK001 PK602HK001 PK702HK001 PK802HK001 PK902HK001 PK922HK001 – CB Cylinder Body Seal Kits Tie Rod Torque Specifications* Series 2A Series 2H. Not available on series 2A & 3L cylinders. Symbols: 42.-lbs. Gland and spanner wrenches are available to ease (rod) seal or gland cartridge removal without disassembly of the cylinder. 1085 N.m – – 2-1/2 CB252HL001 CB252HL001 72 in. Contains 2 Ea. 83 cm-kg 11 ft. 108 N.m *(-0%.m 25 ft. 34 N. 2H. 61 N.m 275 ft. Symbols: 42. When ordering seal kits give part number listed above. lbs.-lbs.m 312 ft. M2 & M3. For detailed seal replacement instructions see service bulletin #0995-M1.-lbs.m – – 10 CB902A0001 CB902HL001 113 ft. 3L & VH hydraulic cylinders. 15 N.) 160 N. 716 N.m 120 ft.-lbs. 1584 N.m 131 ft.-lbs.-lbs.m – – 7 CB702A0001 CB702HL001 – – 90 ft. 83 cm-kg 11 ft. When assembling the cylinder. "% Piston Seal Options Ring Type Piston (as shown above) Supplied as standard on series 2H.-lbs.m 172 ft.

m 148 ft. 1085 N.-lbs. 309 N.-lbs. 14.-lbs.-lbs. 201 N. See bulletin 0995-M4. 119 42 44 Optional on series 2H & VH hydraulic cylinders.-lbs. lbs.m – – 45 ft. 61 N. 120 & 121 – PK152HK005 PK202HK005 PK252HK005 PK322HK005 PK402HK005 PK502HK005 PK602HK005 PK702HK005 PK802HK005 PK902HK005 PK922HK005 – CB CYLINDER BODY SEAL KITS TIE ROD TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS* SERIES 2A SERIES 2H.-lbs.m – – 131 ft.-lbs. 3L & VH hydraulic cylinders. 178 N. C For use with High Water Content Fluids.m 25 ft. 41. 83 cm-kg 11 ft.-lbs. be sure to torque the tie rods evenly.-lbs.m – – 120 ft. 1584 N. 40. Optional 121 4 USE (PK) CB402HL005 18 ft.-lbs.m series 2A air cylinders.-lbs.-lbs. When ordering seal kits give part number listed above. 50 N.-lbs. VH Cylinders Symbol 14 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 48 62 119 120 121 Parts Identification Seal Kits Group 5 Service Seal Kits for Class 5 Service Description Gland cartridge Gland wiperseal Gland lipseal Piston lipseal Gland back-up washer Piston back-up washer Gland to head o-ring End seal o-ring Piston ring Gland cartridge kit Outer ring Inner ring Wear ring Material: Fluorocarbon For operating temperature and fluid compatibility see Section C. M3 & M5. 34 N. 15 N. 14 cm-kg 35 in. Symbols 47. For detailed seal replacement instructions see service bulletin #0995-M1. To be sure of exact replacement. 119.m 78 (ft. 3L & VH Cylinders RG RK Gland (Sym.m for series120 2H. 41.Series 2A.m Hi-Load Type Piston 8 FOR CB802HL005 80 ft. Class 6 Service: kit numbers listed above identify Class 5 seals only.-lbs.) 106 N. CONTAINS 2 EA. Sym.m 121 7 KITS CB702HL005 – – 90 ft.m 275 ft. 14 40 43 14 40 14 40 62 47 45 43 62 48 41 45 45 43 41 62 41 PK/Piston Seal Kits PK/Piston Seal Kits Series 2A Only Series 2HL.-lbs.m – – 14 – 228 ft.-lbs. 83 cm-kg 11 ft. 81 N. 423 N. 716 N. +5% tolerance).-lbs. 24 N.m 119 hydraulic cylinders. 3L. 45 .-lbs. 3L & VH 5 PISTON CB502HL005 44 ft. Contains 2 Ea. 47 & 4 Symbol 48 PR102H0005 PR152H0005 PR202H0005 PR252H0005 PR322H0005 PR402H0005 PR502H0005 PR602H0005 PR702H0005 PR802H0005 PR902H0005 PR922H0005 – Hi-Load Piston Seal Kits Series 2H & VH Contains 2 Ea.-lbs. Not available on series 2A & 3L cylinders. CYLINDER BODY MATERIAL SIZE SYMBOL 47 SYMBOL 47 BRASS STEEL FIBERGLASS STEEL 1 CB102HL005 CB102HL005 12 in.m – – 119 121 12 SIZES CB922HL005 148 ft. lbs. 2H.m 25 ft.-lbs.m – – 800 ft.) 106 N. How to order – individual seals contained in the kits are available separately – however we recommend purchasing complete kits because of the convenience & lower replacement cost. 44 3-1/4 CB322HL005 18 ft.-lbs. Gland and spanner wrenches are available to ease (rod) seal or gland cartridge removal without disassembly of the cylinder. 41 cm-kg – – – – 44 42 1-1/2 CB152HL005 CB152HL005 36 in. 24 N. When assembling the cylinder. 44 & 47 PK1002A005 PK102HLL05 1 PK1502A005 PK152HLL05 1 1/2 PK2002A005 PK202HLL05 2 PK2502A005 PK252HLL05 2 1/2 PK3202A005 PK322HLL05 3 1/4 PK4002A005 PK402HLL05 4 PK5002A005 PK502HLL05 5 PK6002A005 PK602HLL05 6 PK7002A005 PK702HLL05 7 PK8002A005 PK802HLL05 8 PK9002A005 PK902HLL05 10 PK9202A005 PK922HLL05 12 PK9402A005 – 14 47 47 47 48 48 26 47 Piston Seal Options 47 Ring Type Piston (as shown above) Supplied as standard on series 2H. Bore Symbols: Symbols: Size 42 & 47 42. 3L & VH SERIES 2A & 3L SERIES 2H & VH BORE CONTAINS 2 EA. 163 N.-lbs.m – – 528 ft.-lbs. give serial number of cylinder when ordering replacement kits or seals.-lbs. 24 N.m Less symbol #44.-lbs. 61 N. 15 N.m – – 1168 ft. lbs. 6 SEAL CB602HL005 44 ft. 201 N. For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II.) 160 N. 62) Rod Seal Cartridge Kits Kits Rod Contains Symbols Contains Symbols Gland Spanner Dia.m 120 10 THESE CB902HL005 113 ft.m Supplied as standard on 2-1/2 CB252HL005 CB252HL005 72 in. To order with Class 6 seals (HWCF) substitute “6” for “5” as last digit of part number. 233 N.-lbs. 69 cm-kg – – 18 ft.m 78 (ft.-lbs. 3L & VH Contains 2 Ea. 43 & 45 Wrench Wrench RG2AHL 0055 RK2AHL 0055 011676 0000 1/2 069590 0000 RG2AHL 0065 RK2AHL 0065 011676 0000 5/8 069590 0000 RG2AHL 0105 RK2AHL 0105 011676 0000 1 069591 0000 RG2AHL 0135 RK2AHL 0135 011703 0000 1 3/8 069592 0000 RG2AHL 0175 RK2AHL 0175 011677 0000 1 3/4 069593 0000 RG2AHL 0205 RK2AHL 0205 011677 0000 2 069594 0000 RG2AHL 0255 RK2AHL 0255 011677 0000 2 1/2 069595 0000 RG2AHL 0305 RK2AHL 0305 011677 0000 3 069596 0000 RG2AHL 0355 RK2AHL 0355 011677 0000 3 1/2 069597 0000 RG2AHL 0405 RK2AHL 0405 011678 0000 4 069598 0000 RG2AHL 0455 RK2AHL 0455 011678 0000 4 1/2 083877 0000 RG2AHL 0505 RK2AHL 0505 011678 0000 *5 069599 0000 RG2AHL 0555 RK2AHL 0555 011678 0000 *5 1/2 069600 0000 *RG & RK kits listed are not applicable to 10" & 12" bore series 2H cylinders.m 60 ft. 42 Lipseal Type Piston PR/Piston Ring Kits Series 2H.m 172 ft. 81 N.-lbs. 373 N.-lbs. 153 N. 34 N.m 118 (ft.-lbs.m 2 CB202HL005 CB202HL005 72 in.-lbs.-lbs. 43 & 45 40. 42 cm-kg 60 in. 122 N.m 110 ft.m – – 45 ft. 2H. 50 N.-lbs. 149 N.m – – 312 ft. Series 2A. 3LL & VHL Contains 2 Ea. 108 N.-lbs.m – – 120 *(-0%.m 60 ft.

069590 0000 069591 0000 069592 0000 069593 0000 069594 0000 069595 0000 069597 0000 069598 0000 083877 0000 069599 0000 069600 0000 Spanner Wrenches Part No. washer 130 42 } Cylinder Body Seal Kits Parker Lube-A-Cyl. One application should last for a period of from 6 to 18 months. symbol 47.S. 5/8" 1" 1 3/8" 1 3/4" 2" 2 1/2" 3 1/2" 4" 4 1/2" 5" 5 1/2" Gland Cartridge Wrenches Part No. It produces a thin film which will not blow out with exhaust air. and has excellent resistance to water and mechanical breakdown with temperature range of -10°F (-23°C) to +350°F (+177°C). CB kits for Series 2AN and MAN Air cylinders contain 2 each of: is recommended for use in air cylinders during normal operation. tubes. Style 1 symbol 42. These seals are suitable for use when air is the operating medium. contact your nearest distributor. The recommended operating temperature range for these seals is -10° F. rod and seal lubrication. that provides lubrication without deteriorating effects on synthetic seals. piston symbol 47. Lipseal. cylinder body to head and cap seal symbol 129. For Series 2AN & MAN Cylinders PK1502 AN01 PK2002 AN01 PK2502 AN01 PK3202 AN01 PK4002 AN01 PK5002 AN01 PK6002 AN01 PK7002 AN01 PK8002 AN01 PK9002 AN01 PK9202 AN01 PK9402 AN01 CB Cylinder Body Seal Kit For Series 2AN and MAN CB152H L001 CB202H L001 CB252H L001 CB322A 0001 CB402A 0001 CB502A 0001 CB602A 0001 CB702A 0001 CB802A 0001 CB902A 0001 CB922A 0001 CB942A 0001 Rod Dia. Order by part #0761630000. Bore Size 1 1/2" 2" 2 1/2" 3 1/4" 4" 5" 6" 7" 8" 10" 12" 14" PK Piston Seal Kit No.. Style 2 Detail B. MAN Cylinders Piston & Cylinder Body Seal Kits Piston and Cylinder Body Seals 47 For Series “2AN” and “MAN” Air Cylinders See Detail “A” Detail A See Detail “B” 129 42 Piston Seal Kits PK kits for Series 2AN and MAN cylinders contain 2 each of the following: Detail B. It provides piston. O-ring.Series 2AN. depending upon service. a sufficient quantity for average size air cylinder. and particularly when servicing and re-assembling cylinders. 011676 0000 011676 0000 011703 0000 011677 0000 011677 0000 011677 0000 011677 0000 011678 0000 011678 0000 011678 0000 011678 0000 For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor..A. For prompt delivery and complete information. Lube-A-Cyl is packaged in 4-oz. wick 14" bore only (Style 2) symbol 130. O-rings Service kits of expendable parts of fluid power cylinders are stocked in principal industrial locations across the U. Lube-A-Cyl is available in 1-1/2 oz. Service kits contain seals of Nitrile (Buna-N) elastomers for standard fluid service. Particularly recommended for use in low pressure air cylinders because of its special ability to adhere to metal surfaces. and other countries. tubes. 46 . to +165° F. It is a multi-purpose lubricant in grease form.

NOTE: An extreme pressure lubricant (such as molybdenum disulphate) should be used on the tie rod threads and nut bearing faces to control friction and reduce tie rod twist. The two “lips” of this Lipseal should face toward the rod end of the piston. +5% tolerance. 42 cm-kg 11 ft. remove the old seals and clean all of the parts. Install the flat washer.-lbs. in the exposed grooves as shown in Figure 2. pass the piston rod completely through the cylinder body and again start the piston from the original end.-lbs. If the piston should move too far. Union Oil “UN-ax-AW-315” or equivalent.-lbs. 10 ft.m Cylinder Bore Size 1 1/2" 2" & 2 1/2" 3 1/4" 4" 5" 6" 8" 10" 12" 14" Cylinder Body Material Brass Steel Fiberglass – – 60 in. 24 N-m – – 25 ft. 81 N-m 44 ft. care must be taken to prevent binding the cylinder body when repositioning the trunnion collar. In addition on 14" bores only. Finally.-lbs. it may be necessary to adjust the tie rod nuts at the cap when torquing the tie rod nuts at the head in order to position the trunnion collar in its final position.  ' " piston too far so as to expose the first seal. 81 N-m 44 ft.-lbs. firmly seat the gland. Head is then fitted over the rod and assembled to cylinder body.m 27 N. See Detail B. 47 .-lbs. 69 cm-kg 36 in. 106 (N-m) 275 ft. This is particularly important on long-stroke cylinders.-lbs. thoroughly soak both sets of wicks and washers in standard petroleum base lubricating oil. 373 N-m 228 ft. MAN Cylinders Piston & Cylinder Body Seal Kits Servicing The Piston Seals The piston is sealed and securely locked to the piston rod with anaerobic adhesive. Style 2 ! Apply “Lube-A-Cyl” to the outside diameter of the piston and seal. tie rods and tie rod nuts as follows: “O” rings (symbol 47) should be lightly coated with lubricant then worked into place by hand. This threaded connection should only be disassembled or reassembled by factory trained personnel. Bring up the four tie rod nuts at the cap.-lbs. +5% tolerance) When assembling the cylinder.-lbs. Finally. MAN Figure 1 Figure 2 Retainer Bolt Torque* For Cylinders with Round or Small Square Gland Retainer Screw Size Torque Torque #10 1/4" 5/16" 3/8" 7/16" 15 in.-lbs.-lbs.-lbs. Replace all damaged parts. the “lip” of this Lipseal may slip past the cylinder body and be damaged when the piston is pulled back into the cylinder body. Install “O” ring (symbol 47) in head. If this is done. Tie rod twist can be eliminated by chalking a straight line on each tie rod before torquing. 106 (N-m) 172 ft.-lbs. The cylinder bore and the piston should then be examined for evidence of scoring. 20 ft. Install the second lipseal (and wicks and washers. *-0%. 24 N-m 60 ft.-lbs. Cylinder body can then be assembled to the cap by rocking it down over the seal until the end of the cylinder body is in metal-to-metal contact with the cap. 201 N-m 113 ft. slip the trunnion collar over the cylinder body to its approximate position. Proper reassembly of this type of cylinder is as follows: After the piston seals have been inserted and the piston is in the cylinder body. Detail B.-lbs. Tighten entire assembly. 149 N-m 80 ft. Rock gently into place until body and head are in metal-to-metal contact.-lbs. Disassemble the cylinder completely. 34 N-m 18 ft.-lbs.Series 2AN. With an intermediate trunnion mounted cylinder. Distances from the inner face of cap to finished face of trunnion collar should then be made equal at all four tie rods when all four tie rod nuts are in contact with the cap. Lubricate the same as the first seal and pull the piston into the cylinder body. Proceed to assemble cylinder heads. torquing tie rod nuts to the values specified. 153 N-m 78 ft. 160 (N-m) C *(-0%. and backing off the nut after torquing so this line is straight again. Lubricate the entire interior surface of the cylinder bore with a thin film of “Lube-A-Cyl” grease. Tie Rod Torque* – Series 2AN. 50 N-m – – – – 60 ft. 108 N-m 148 ft. symbol 130 and wick symbol 129 on the side facing pressure.-lbs. 83 cm-kg – – – – 25 ft.-lbs. Then “stud” into the trunnion collar the four tie rods that connect the cap to the trunnion collar. Next. turn the cylinder body on its side and push the piston through the barrel just far enough to expose the groove for the second seal (See Figure 2 below). screw gland part way into gland retainer and slip both gland and retainer over the end of the rod. 233 N-m 148 ft. if required).m 48 N.-lbs.-lbs. 201 N-m 78 ft. 34 N-m 18 ft.-lbs.-lbs. 309 N-m 118 ft. 50 N-m – – 110 ft. 35 ft. Install one piston seal in the groove nearest the rod.-lbs. 17 cm-kg 69 cm-kg 14 N.-lbs.-lbs. when the assembly is ready for final tightening. Be careful not to move the Fit the cap with its seal onto the body. 15 N-m 72 in. Next. Then insert the piston in the cylinder body as shown in Figure 1.-lbs. 60 in. using a gland wrench. be sure to torque the tie rods evenly.-lbs. Style 2. For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II.

contact your nearest distributor or Parker Hannifin office. 106 (N-m) 172 ft.-lbs.-lbs. 15 N-m 72 in. 24 N-m – – 25 ft.-lbs.-lbs.-lbs. threaded cartridge type symbol 40.-lbs. 83 cm-kg – – 25 ft.-lbs. 60 in. For prompt delivery and complete information.-lbs. 108 N-m 148 ft.-lbs. Bore Size 5/8" 1" 1 3/8" 1 3/4" 2" 2 1/2" 3" 3 1/2" 4" 4 1/2" 5" 5 1/2" } RG KIT 45 Standard Seals – Class 1 Service Kits are standard.-lbs. 149 N-m 80 ft. The recommended operating temperature range for Class 1 seals is -10°F to +165°F. For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor.-lbs. 34 N-m 18 ft. 42 cm-kg – – 11 ft. gland to head seal symbol 131. rod Lipseal symbol 45. 81 N-m 44 ft. and other countries.-lbs. gland. These seals will function at temperatures up to 200°F with reduced life.A. 24 N-m – – 60 ft.-lbs. +5% tolerance.-lbs. washer rods only } Service kits of expendable parts for fluid power cylinders are stocked in principal industrial locations across the U. wick 3" to 5 1/2" symbol 132. rod Lipseal symbol 45.-lbs. HEAD END RG Gland Cartridge Kit No. 201 N-m 113 ft. and contain seals of Nitrile (Buna-N) elastomers. 20 ft. O-ring.-lbs.-lbs.-lbs. 50 N-m – – 60 ft. 201 N-m 78 ft. washer rods only RK kit contains 1 each of the following: symbol 40. +5% tolerance) When assembling the cylinder.-lbs. Tie Rod Torque* – Series 2AN Cylinder Bore Size 1 1/2" 2" & 2 1/2" 3 1/4" 4" 5" 6" 8" 10" 12" 14" Cylinder Body Material Brass Steel Fiberglass – – 60 in. RK Rod Seal Kit No. These seals are suitable for use when air is in the operating medium.-lbs.-lbs. wick 3" to 5 1/2" symbol 132. 35 ft.-lbs. 233 N-m 148 ft. 69 cm-kg 36 in.S. 10 ft. be sure to torque the tie rods evenly. 160 (N-m) *(-0%. Service kits of expendble parts for fluid power cylinders are available for Class 1 fluid service. 50 N-m – – 110 ft. 34 N-m 18 ft.-lbs. 17 cm-kg 69 cm-kg 14 N-m 27 N-m 48 N-m *-0%. 153 N-m 78 ft.-lbs. rod Wiperseal symbol 41.Series 2AN Cylinders Gland Cartridges Rod Seals Gland Cartridges & Rod Seals For Series “2AN” Air Cylinders " " " ! ! "# Gland Cartridge Kit Rod Seal Kit RG kit contains 1 each of the following: symbol 14. 48 . gland to head seal symbol 131.-lbs. 309 N-m 118 ft. O-ring. 81 N-m 44 ft. 373 N-m 228 ft.-lbs.-lbs. 106 (N-m) 275 ft. Includes RK Kit RG2AN00061 RG2AN00101 RG2AN00131 RG2AN00171 RG2AN00201 RG2AN00251 RG2AN00301 RG2AN00351 RG2AN00401 RG2AN00451 RG2AN00501 RG2AN00551 Contains Rod Seals RK2AN00061 RK2AN00101 RK2AN00131 RK2AN00171 RK2AN00201 RK2AN00251 RK2AN00301 RK2AN00351 RK2AN00401 RK2AN00451 RK2AN00501 RK2AN00551 Retainer Bolt Torque* For Cylinders with Round or Small Square Gland Retainer Screw Size Torque Torque #10 1/4" 5/16" 3/8" 7/16" 15 in.-lbs. rod Wiperseal symbol 41.

d) Slide the gland off of the piston rod and remove the seals. Sym.easily. Install wiperseal. if this is not feasible. knuckle or machine member to which it is fastened. burrs. 41. 63-A 63 c) Lubricate the rod with Lube-A-cyl. 40. the gland-to-head O-ring. is supplied with each gland cartridge kit. Lips of seals should point toward the long bearing side of gland. In addition. Sym. THE SEALS ARE PRESSURE ACTUATED. See chart below. Sym. Rod Diameter 5/8" 1" 1 3/8" 1 3/4" 2" 2 1/2" 3" 3 1/2" 4" 4 1/2" 5" 5 1/2" C Gland Wrench (Symbol 63) 069590 0000 060591 0000 069592 0000 069593 0000 069594 0000 069595 0000 069596 0000 069597 0000 069598 0000 083777 0000 069599 0000 069600 0000 Spanner Wrench (Symbol 63-A) 011676 0000 011703 0000 011677 0000 011677 0000 011678 0000 For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. Thread the gland into the retainer until it is seated firmly against the head. Thoroughly clean the gland and seal grooves. replace – using gland cartridge kit of proper size. Sym. if present. To remove the gland: a) Inspect the piston rod to make sure it is free of burrs or other displaced metal which would prevent sliding the gland off the rod. Gland Cartridge Wrenches Parker’s exclusive gland cartridge design makes gland replacement only a minute’s work. You can order the Cartridge Wrench or Spanner Wrench to fit the piston rod size used in your Parker Hannifin Cylinder. Install lipseal. with Lube-A-Cyl. Inspect gland bore for wear. and washer. 40. unless it is known to be leaking. replace seals only. For 3" to 5 1/2" rod sizes: If gland is not worn. RG KIT 45 HEAD END When replacing a gland on a rod which is threaded to the full diameter or so shaped that it could damage the seals. replace seals only. No fumbling for adjustment – no accidental scoring of the piston rod. because full-diameter threads are usually supplied with the crest of the threads slightly truncated. Sym. A specially designed face-type gland wrench with flared lugs slips into an exact. in seal groove.Series 2AN Cylinders Gland Cartridges Rod Seals How To Replace Cylinder Gland Packing Fluid leakage around piston rod at the gland area will normally indicate a need to replace gland seals. 132. The original O-ring may be left in place. Or on 8" bore or larger air cylinders remove the bolted gland retainer by loosening the 4 socket headscrews. f) An O-ring. The gland protrudes from the face of the retainer and can be removed with vise grip pliers. Sym..and the Gland Cartridge Wrench Set makes it even simpler. 41. It serves as a seal between the gland and the head. 131. dents or other damage. SO NO FURTHER ADJUSTMENTS ARE NECESSARY. Sym.. Install wick.. a piece of shim stock or other thin. Lubricate the bore of the gland and the seals with Parker “LubeA-Cyl. 45. in groove closest to end of gland. tough material can be wrapped around the threads to help protect the gland seals when they are being passed over the threads. A damaged piston rod surface will result in premature rod seal failure. This O-ring is a static seal and does not normally require replacement. in groove closest to end of gland. and all sizes are removable without disturbing the tie rod torque. Install wiperseal. serves as a torque prevailing lock. 49 . inspect the surface of the piston rod for scratches. First. b) Unscrew the gland (right-hand thread) from the gland retainer plate. a slight rotary motion of the gland will help prevent damage. (See opposite side. It is threaded into the gland retainer plate. disconnect the piston rod from rod clevis. 45. Lubricate gland seal grooves and all new seals. using rod seal kit. the job is done quickly.. sure fit on the gland.) e) If gland is not worn.. Or use a Parker Hannifin gland wrench which is available for each gland size. wicks and washers. remove cylinder from machine to which it is mounted or. If bore is worn.” and slide the gland over the end of the piston rod. while a self-locking spanner wrench grips the gland wrench securely. The Parker Hannifin gland is a unique cartridge design. using rod seal kit containing seals for proper size (see opposite side).safely.. Immerse gland assembly in standard petroleum lubricating oil “Union Oil” UN-ax-AW-315 or equivalent to soak wicks. Sym. Lips of seal should point toward the long bearing side of gland. on seal grove. Lubricate gland seal grooves and all new seals. Install lipseal. 40 45 41 Installation INSTALLS IN ROD END GROOVE Before installing a new gland.

1990. including TS-2000 Rod Seals) For Series H. gland. Dia. 1/2" 5/8" 1" 1 3/8" 1 3/4" 2" 2 1/2" 3" 3 1/2" 4" 4 1/2" 5" 5 1/2" Gland Cartridge Kits (Sym. The recommended operating temperature range for Class 1 seals is -10°F (-23°C) to +165°F (+74°C). The seals contained in these kits are interchangeable for hydraulic (mineral) oil service on all Series H. Rod.* VH. threaded cartridge type symbol 40. The seals contained in these kits are supplied as standard on all Series 2H. L.S.) Buna-N (Nitrile) & Polyurethane RG2HLTS051 RG2HLTS061 RG2HLTS101 RG2HLTS131 RG2HLTS171 RG2HLTS201 RG2HLTS251 RG2HLTS301 RG2HLTS351 RG2HLTS401 RG2HLTS451 RG2HLTS501 RG2HLTS551 Rod Seal Kits Class 1 (Std. rod Wiperseal symbol 41. VH. and other countries. 30.A. 3L and 7" and 8" bore 3H cylinders manufactured after Sept. For prompt delivery and complete information. See Bulletin #0995-M4. and contain polyurethane and Buna-N seals for standard hydraulic service. 2L & 3L Hydraulic Cylinders " " " "# "# $ Head End Gland Cartridge Kit " " "# RG kit (symbol 62) contains 1 each of the following: symbol 14. O-ring gland to head seal Class 1 Hydraulic Service Only* Service kits of expendable parts for hydraulic cylinders are stocked in principal industrial locations across the U. For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. rod Wiperseal symbol 41. These seals are suitable for use when hydraulic (mineral-type) oil is the operating medium.* 2H.TS-2000 Gland Seal Kits Hydraulic Cylinders TS-2000 Gland Seal Kits for Hydraulic Cylinders $ (Gland Cartridges & Rod Seals. 7" & 8" Bore 3H. 50 .) Buna-N (Nitrile) & Polyurethane RK2HLTS051 RK2HLTS061 RK2HLTS101 RK2HLTS131 RK2HLTS171 RK2HLTS201 RK2HLTS251 RK2HLTS301 RK2HLTS351 RK2HLTS401 RK2HLTS451 RK2HLTS501 RK2HLTS551 *The kits listed above do not fit 10" & 12" bore Series H & 2H Hydraulic Cylinders. contact your nearest Parker Hannifin distributor or office. O-ring gland to head seal Rod Seal Kit RK kit contains 1 each of the following: symbol 40. Standard Seals – Class 1 Service Kits are standard.* VH. rod Lipseal symbol 45. 2H. 1990 for Class 1 hydraulic (mineral) oil service. L. 2L and 3L cylinders manufactured prior to Sept. rod Lipseal symbol 45. #62) Class 1 (Std. 30.

m 48 N. L.m 90 ft. 60 in.-lbs. Sym. 1 1/2" 24 N.-lbs. 6" 528 ft. The original O-ring may be left in place.TS-2000 Gland Seal Kits Hydraulic Cylinders How To Replace Cylinder Gland Packing Fluid leakage around piston rod at the gland area will normally indicate a need to replace gland seals. The gland protrudes from the face of the retainer and can be removed with vice grip pliers. +5%) tolerance. d) If gland is not worn. Sym.3L H . 15 N.-lbs. Lips of seal should point toward the long bearing side of the gland.-lbs. Lubricate gland seal grooves and all new seals.-lbs. 178 N. and all sizes are removable without disturbing the tie rod torque.-lbs.m C *(-0%.2H -VH . Install lipseal. e) An O-ring. 423 N.-lbs.-lbs.m 122 N. 2L = 244 ft. First. dents or other damage. unscrew the gland (right hand thread) from gland retainer plate. 17 cm-kg 69 cm-kg 14 N. in groove closest to end of gland.m 110 ft. SO NO FURTHER ADJUSTMENTS ARE NECESSARY. On 7" and 8" bore series 3H. and slide the gland over the end of the piston rod. serves as a torque prevailing lock. 10 ft. Install wiperseal.-lbs. Thread the gland into the retainer until it is sealed firmly against the head.m 81 N. a piece of shim stock or other thin.-lbs. knuckle or machine member to which it is fastened.3H 1" – – 41 cm-kg 35 in.m 25 ft. be sure to torque the tie rods evenly. 1584 N. #40.-lbs.2L . Sym. 163 N. 2L = 513 ft.m 7" 800 ft.-lbs.-lbs. b) For most cylinders. 35 ft. 4" 131 ft. burrs.m 18 ft. +5% tolerance) When assembling the cylinder.m 45 ft. Or Installation Before installing a new gland.m 11 ft. is supplied with each gland cartridge kit. primary lipseal and double lip wiperseal.m 27 N. THE SEALS ARE PRESSURE ACTUATED.-lbs. #41.-lbs. 2L = 281 N. Retainer Bolt Torque* For Cylinders with Round or Small Square Gland Retainer Screw Size #10 1/4" 5/16" 3/8" 7/16" Torque* 15 in. It is threaded into the gland retainer plate. a slight rotary motion of the gland will help prevent damage.-lbs.m 34 N. If bore is worn. 2" & 2 1/2" 61 N. 20 ft. The gland-to-head O-ring. 6" – – L. 1085 N. The Parker Hannifin “Jewel” gland is a unique cartridge design consisting of a bronze gland. Inspect gland bore for wear.-lbs. #45. L. #45. This O-ring is a static seal and does not normally require replacement. remove cylinder from machine to which it is mounted or.m 34 N.-lbs. (*-0%. 8" – – L. A damaged piston rod surface will result in premature rod seal failure.-lbs.-lbs 716 N. 51 . 69 cm-kg 60 in.m 60 ft. in seal groove.-lbs. To remove the gland: a) Inspect the piston rod to make sure it is free of burrs or other displaced metal which would prevent sliding the gland off of the rod. Thoroughly clean the gland and seal grooves.-lbs.-lbs.m 25 ft. tough material can be wrapped around the threads to help protect the gland seals when they are being passed over the threads. 63-A 63 c) Slide the gland off of the piston rod and remove the seals.m Tie Rod Torque* Cylinder Series Cylinder Bore Size L . unless it is known to be leaking (fluid flow around gland thread). all JJ mounting styles and 8" bore low pressure hydraulic cylinders remove the socket head cap screws securing the round or square retainer plate.m 60 ft. inspect the surface of the piston rod for scratches. 8" 1168 ft. replace seals only using rod seal (RK) kit. because full-diameter threads are usually supplied with the crest of the threads slightly truncated.m 81 N. 40 41 14 45 INSTALLS IN ROD END HEAD GROOVE HEAD END When replacing a gland on a rod which is threaded to the full diameter or so shaped that it could damage the seals. Lubricate the bore of the gland and the seals. replace – using gland cartridge (RG) kit complete with with seals. It serves as a seal between the gland and the head. 3 1/4" 120 ft. disconnect the piston rod from rod clevis. In addition. Sym. 5" 312 ft. 2L = 591 N.m 149 N. For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II.-lbs. if this is not feasible.

No. Style E Head. Cushion Both Ends K-Type Trunnion Screws. Cushion One end K-Type Piston Rod. 52 . Basic Style D. Cushion Adj. Cushion Head Piston Rod. Style JJ Head. Cushion Spear For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. Style HH Cap. Style BB Cylinder Body Piston Body – Ring Type Piston Piston Body – Lipseal Cushion Sleeve Tie Rod Tie Rod. Style JB Cap. Gland to Head Cushion Sealing Ring O-Ring Cylinder Body Piston Ring Piston Lock Pin Piston Rod – Non Cushion K-Type Piston Rod. No. Cushion Cap Piston Rod. DD Mounting O-Ring. DD. DB. Style C Head. Sym. HB &HH Head.Series 3H Large Bore High Pressure Hydraulic Cylinders Parts Identification Parts Identification 27 117 45 1 26 47 15 37 * 18 46A 118 121 119 120 55 47 26 7 123 23 41 43 40 122 71 69 72 19 38 136 137 69 70 *OR 34. DD Style Head End Tie Rod. Lipseal O-Ring. DB. Polypak Back-Up Washer. Style D Cap. DD Style Cap End Tie Rod Nut – Non-Locking Back-Up Washer. & Check Screws Cushion Adjusting Needle Screw Check Valve Ball Check Valve Screw Pivot Pin – BB Mount Retaining Rings for Pivot Pin – BB Mount Rod Bearing Piston Body – Hi-Load Outer Piston Ring Inner Piston Ring Wear Ring Retainer Bolt Washer. Tie Rod Nut Spacer. Cylinder Body Retainer Head. JB & JJ Cap. Cushion Cushion Spear. Cushion Both Ends Wiperseal Rod Seal (Polypak) Lipseal. 36 Sym. Basic Style BB. Style DB Cap. Piston 43 44 45 46A 47 48 55 57 58 59 60 61 66 67 69 70 71 72 86 87 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 136 137 138 Back-Up Washer. Style C Cap. 35. Style HB Piston Rod. Non-Cushion K-Type Extension Rod. 1 2 3 5 7 8 9 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 26 27 28A 28B 29A 29B 34 35 36 37 40 41 42 Head. Cushion Both K-Type Extension Rod. Non Cushion Piston Rod. Style E Cap. Detachable Bolt.

-lbs. 47 & 26 Group 5 Group 1 Kit No. Sym. PR9023H001 PR9023H005 PR9223H001 PR9223H005 PR9423H001 PR9423H005 Contains 2 Ea. Retainer Bolt Torque* For Cylinders with Round or Small Square Gland Retainer Screw Size 1/2" 5/8" 3/4" Torque* 40 ft.43.m *(-0%. Bore 10 12 14 Piston Ring Kit† Piston Lipseal Kit † Contains 4 Ea.m 62 N.m 244 N. 1790 N. +5% tolerance).45 Group 5 Group 1 Kit No. Class 5 seals can operate up to a maximum of +400°F.Series 3H Large Bore High Pressure Hydraulic Cylinders Optional Piston Lipseal Kit % Optional Cast Iron Piston Ring Kit "" " Operating fluids and temperature range – Fluidpower cylinders are designed for use with pressurized air. Buna-N Buna-N seals are supplied on all standard pneumatic and hydraulic cylinders. 47 & 26 Group 5 Group 1 Kit No. 53 . +5% tolerance. When assembling the cylinder. PK9023H001 PK9023H005 PK9223H001 PK9223H005 PK9423H001 PK9423H005 "& $ For elevated temperature service above +250°F.41.41. (+121°C) specify Class 5 seals. be sure to torque the tie rods evenly. water-in oil emulsions or water glycol fluids. 2 Ea. 48. RG3H000451 RG3H000455 RG3H000701 RG3H000705 RG3H000501 RG3H000505 RG3H000551 RG3H000555 RG3H000551 RG3H000555 RG3H000801 RG3H000805 RG3H000701 RG3H000705 RG3H000701 RG3H000705 RG3H001001 RG3H001005 RG3H000801 RG3H000805 *NOTE: For 16". on request. (-23°C) to +250°F.). Sym.m 14" 1000 ft.-lbs. 4068 N. Kit No.43. Rod Seal Kits Including Bearing Rod Seal Kits Contains Symbol 40. The recommended operating temperature range for Buna-N seals is -10°F. Kit No. 42. When cylinders are intended to be used above +250°F. These temperature limitations must be strictly followed to prevent loosening of the threaded connections. Cylinders ordered with Fluorocarbon seals are assembled with anaerobic adhesive having a maximum operating temperature rating of +250°F.-lbs. hydraulic oil.-lbs. Sym. (+121°C) specify a non-studded piston rod end thread and a pinned piston to rod connection.45 & 117 Group 5 Group 1 Kit No. RK3H000451 RK3H000455 RK3H000701 RK3H000705 RK3H000501 RK3H000505 RK3H000551 RK3H000555 RK3H000551 RK3H000555 RK3H000801 RK3H000805 RK3H000701 RK3H000705 RK3H000701 RK3H000705 RK3H001001 RK3H001005 RK3H000801 RK3H000805 Parts Identification Seal Kits Cylinder Tie Rod Torque* Bore Size 10" 700 ft.) to +165°F (+74°C. (+121°C) specify Class 5 seals plus a non-studded piston rod end thread and a pinned piston to rod connection. 47 & 26 Group 5 Group 1 Kit No. For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. 1356 N. CB9023H001 CB9023H005 CB9223H001 CB9223H005 CB9423H001 CB9423H005 †For 16". 949 N. 46 ft. Cylinders ordered with all other seal compounds are assembled with anaerobic adhesive having a maximum operating temperature rating of +165°F. nitrogen. This recommendation should also be followed when ordering spare piston and rod assemblies. 48. 41/2" 7" 5" 51/2" 51/2" 8" 7" 7" 10"* 8"* The piston rod stud and the piston rod to piston threaded connections are secured with an anaerobic adhesive which is temperature sensitive. in some cases special seals are required. 119. 120. 47 & 26 Group 5 Group 1 Kit No. Kit No. and are especially suitable for some fire resistant fluids as shown in the table in Section C.-lbs. Kit No. Kit No. (+74°C). C 53 N. Hi Load Piston Seal Kit † CB Cylinder Body Seal Kit † Bore 10 12 14 Contains 2 Ea. Fluorocarbon seals Fluorocarbon seals can be supplied. Contains Symbol 40. 44.m *-0%. When using Fluorocarbon seals for high temperature service or fluid compatibility within a temperature range of -10°F.-lbs. 18" and 20" Bore Piston Kits – consult factory. (+121°C). hydraulic oil and fire resistant fluids. Sym.m 12" 1320 ft.-lbs. (+204°C) with reduced service life. Bore 10 12 14 Rod Dia.m 16"/18"/20" 3000 ft. Sym. They are suitable for use with pressured air. PK903HK001 PK903HK005 PK923HK001 PK923HK005 PK943HK001 PK943HK005 Contains 2 Ea. page 105 or for elevated temperature service. 18" and 20" Bore 3H Cylinders with 8" and 10" rods use the seal kits listed above for 14" Bore 3H with 8" and 10" rods. 121. 180 ft. (-23°C. Kit No.

119 &120 PK703HK001 PK803HK001 †CB. 14 40 41 26 45 47 Description Rod Gland Wiperseal Rod Lipseal End Seal Back Up Washer Gland to Head O-Ring End Seal O-Ring Sym. Class 1 Hydraulic Service Only* Rod. 2 ea.47 & 26. 3" 3 1/2" 4" 4 1/2" 5" 5 1/2" Gland Cartridge Kits (Sym. Cylinders specified with fluorocarbon seals are assembled with anaerobic adhesive having a maximum operating temperature range of +165°F (+74°C). These seals can also be used when hydraulic oil is the operating medium. 2 & 6 service only. and other countries. Service kits of expendable parts for fluid power cylinders are available for either Class 1. Cylinders originally manufactured with Class 1 seals (Buna-N) that will be exposed to ambient temperatures above +165°F (+74°C) must be modified for higher temperature service. High Water Content Fluid – Class 6 Service Kits contain specially compounded HWB seals for High Water Content Fluid Service. For temperatures above +250°F (+120°C) the cylinder must be manufactured with a pinned piston to rod connection. Nitrile and Polyurethane seals. 4 ea. Fluorocarbon Seals – Class 5 Service Kits contain fluorocarbon seals and are especially suited for elevated temperature service or for some fire resistant fluids (for specific fluids not listed in current catalog consult factory). No. Standard – Class 1 Service Kits are standard. Contact the factory immediately and arrange for the piston to rod and the stud to piston rod connections to be properly re-assembled to withstand the higher temperature service. Dia. Sym. Symbol 47 Sym. #62) Class 1 (Std. The recommended operating temperature range for Class 1 seals is -10°F (-23°C) to +165°F (+74°C). Fluorocarbon seals may be operated to +400°F (+204°C) with limited service life. To order Class 5 seals substitute 5 for the last digit of kit number. 48 62 119 120 121 Description Piston Ring Gland Cartridge Assembly Outer Ring Inner Ring Wear Ring For Standard Cushion Hardware Kits see Series 2H (7" & 8"). These temperature limitations are necessary to prevent the possible loosening of the threaded connections.26. & 26 Sym. 7" & 8" Bore Hydraulic Cylinders Parts Identification and Maintenance Instructions Parker Series 3H. For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor.) Buna-N (Nitrile) & Polyurethane RG2HLTS301 RG2HLTS351 RG2HLTS401 RG2HLTS451 RG2HLTS501 RG2HLTS551 Buna-N (Nitrile) & Polyurethane RK2HLTS301 RK2HLTS351 RK2HLTS401 RK2HLTS451 RK2HLTS501 RK2HLTS551 * For other classes of service. Fluorocarbon seals (Class 5) should be used for high temperature service within a temperature range of -10°F (-23°C) to +250°F (+121°C). 1 ea. contact your nearest Parker Hannifin distributor or office. For prompt delivery and complete information. PR & hi-load piston seal kit part numbers shown identify class 1. 20 119 121 Parts Identification Sym. Cylinder Body Seal Kit Bore Size 7 8 Piston Seal Kits* CB PR Includes Includes 2 ea.A. Warning – The piston rod to piston threaded connection is secured with an anaerobic adhesive which is temperature sensitive.) Rod Seal Kits Class 1 (Std.S. These seals are suitable for use when hydraulic (mineral-type) oil is the operating medium. refer to Bulletin 0995-MBC.Series 3H. 54 . 7" & 8" Bore Hydraulic Cylinders Parts Identification and Maintenance Instructions 62 14 40 41 45 26 47 47 26 48 OPTIONAL PISTON CAST IRON RING PISTON IS AVAILABLE AS A SPECIAL MODIFICATION Service kits of expendable parts for fluid power cylinders are stocked in principal industrial locations across the U. The recommended operating temperature for Class 6 seals is +40°F (+4°C) to +165°F (+74°C). and contain PTFE. Sym. 48 CB703H0001 PR703H0001 CB803H0001 PR803H0001 Hi-Load Includes 2 ea. No. 5 or Class 6 fluid service. 47 & 121.

-lbs. 35 ft. and back-up washers.m *-0%.m *(-0%. and back-up washers. dents. Install the gland retainer and retainer screws.D. be sure to torque the tie rods evenly. Install O-ring. Symbol 62. The cylinder bore and the piston should then be examined for evidence of scoring. Lubricate all seals. using a light oil to aid this process. Symbol 120.m 27 N. stroke and model number as shown on the cylinder name plate. Symbol 47. If either is damaged. then worked into place into the cap by hand. Assemble seals for the Series 3H 7" & 8" bore gland by installing the rod wiperseal and rod lipseal in their proper grooves. To remove the gland. To order a piston and rod assembly. Symbol 47. 55 . If the rings show no signs of damage or abnormal wear. compress it with ring compressor or use a starting sleeve having an I. For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II.D. it can be repacked with replacement seals and stored for future use.-lbs. With outer ring in its groove. +5% tolerance). On cap end mounting styles the tapped holes are in the cap. A damaged piston rod will quickly ruin any seal through which it moves and should be replaced. Heat the PTFE outer ring in boiling water and stretch it by hand until it will fit over the O. Symbol 121. 7" & 8" Bore Hydraulic Cylinders To Service Rod Gland Seals – The rod gland cartridge. It is recommended that the used gland be replaced by a complete gland cartridge kit. Symbol 26. To install piston and rings. The piston seal is either cast iron rings. Inspect the surface of the piston rod for scratches. Head is then fitted over the piston rod and assembled to cylinder body.-lbs. Push outer ring over the wear ring and into the seal groove. is removable without disassembly of the cylinder on all Series 3H 7" & 8" bore hydraulic cylinders. Slide the gland with its seals over the piston rod until it seats against the cavity in the head. Torque the tie rod nuts to the torque level shown in the table below. they may be reused. which is preloaded by a synthetic rubber inner ring.m 48 N. SO NO FURTHER ADJUSTMENTS ARE NECESSARY. Torque the gland retainer screws to the torque level shown in the table below. should be lightly coated with lubricant. Symbol 26. it should be replaced. Retainer Bolt Torque* For Cylinders with Round or Small Square Gland Retainer Screw Size #10 1/4" 5/16" 3/8" 7/16" C Torque* 15 in.-lbs. When assembling the cylinder. To Service The Piston Seals – Disassemble the cylinder completely. Cylinder body can then be assembled to the cap by rocking it down over the seal until the end of the cylinder body is metal-tometal contact with the cap. Cylinder Bore Size 7" 8" Tie Rod Torque* 800 ft. Install tie rods in holes provided in cap and thread them into the tapped holes in the head. remove old seals and wear rings and clean all piston surfaces. also as shown. remove the old seals and clean all of the parts. or hi-load PTFE type.-lbs. The hi-load piston is supplied with one continuous PTFE outer ring. Iron piston rings seldom need replacement. +5% tolerance. 1085 N. Install the inner ring in groove as shown. To service the hi-load piston. while inserting the piston into the cylinder body. Rock gently into place until body and head are in metal-to-metal contact. collapse the rings one at at time. 17 cm-kg 69 cm-kg 14 N. bore size. Parts Identification and Maintenance Instructions To Replace Piston – If the piston or piston rod is badly scored or otherwise damaged. 1168 ft. specify serial number. Install the wear ring in the longer groove at each end of piston. same size as cylinder bore and tapered at one end. they should be replaced as a complete assembly. Install the tie rod nuts and tighten finger tight.m 1584 N. Symbol 62. Symbol 119. loosen the retainer screws and remove the gland retainer.-lbs.Series 3H. and if the bearing surface is still satisfactory and not out-ofround. 20 ft.-lbs. in head. of the wear ring. THE SEALS ARE PRESSURE-ACTUATED. 10 ft. Later the used gland can be inspected. 60 in. raised burrs or other damage. and two split fabric-phenolic wear rings. Cylinder Reassembly – O-rings. Install head-to-gland “O” ring in its proper groove.

Fluid Type Not illustrated In some cases. cushion adjustment – cartridge type Cartridge screw O-ring – cartridge screw Needle screw Back-up washer – needle screw 125 126 Piston 25mm. cushion at both ends Wiperseal – for 14 and 122 Lipseal – for 14 Lipseal. and supply the following information: Serial Number . cushion adjustment Needle valve. Piston 25-40mm bores only Back-up washer. cushion at cap end Piston rod – single rod.Stroke .Series HMI Metric Hydraulic Cylinders Parts Identification Service Assemblies and Seal Kits 70f 71 72 73 74 125 126 127 Service Assembly Kits and Seal Kits for HMI cylinders simplify the ordering and maintenance processes.Model Number . When ordering Service Assemblies and Seal Kits. 56 . cushion one end Piston rod – double rod. and are supplied with full instructions. Key to Part Numbers 1 7 14 15 17 18 19 23 26 O-ring – needle screw Ball – cushion check valve Cushion check valve screw Floating cushion bushing Retaining ring for cushion bushing Standard piston seal Energizing ring for standard seal 125 Wear ring for standard piston 1 2 Head Cap Gland/Bearing cartridge Cylinder body Piston Cushion sleeve Tie rod Tie rod nut Back-up washer (not 25-50mm bore cylinders) 34 70f 70e 7 47 17 36 70c 70b 23 15 18 35 70a 70d 37 69 73 26 70 74 19 71 69 127 72 42 14 45 44 42 1 17 27 27 34 35 36 37 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 571 581 601 611 69 702 70a2 70b 70c 70d 70e Retainer Piston rod – single rod. no cushion Piston rod – single rod. cushion one end O-ring – needle valve and check valve screws Needle valve. cushion at head end Piston rod – single rod. They contain subassemblies which are ready for installation. piston lipseal O-ring – gland/head O-ring – cylinder body Piston rod – double rod.Bore . 32mm and 40mm bore 40 43 41 14 Piston 50mm bore and larger 45 Gland Cartridge and Seals For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. please refer to the identification plate on the cylinder body. no cushion Piston rod – double rod. no cushion Piston rod – double rod. the adjusting screw is installed in a cartridge. bushing lipseal 41 (not Group 1 seals) Back-up washer.

45. 57 . two of item 127 and one each of items 125.6-9. NOTE: For installation instructions for Seal Kits for Series HMI cylinders.Series HMI Metric Hydraulic Cylinders Contents and Part Numbers of Seal Kits for Piston and Gland Tie Rod Torques (See key to part numbers opposite) RG Kit – Gland Cartridge and Seals* Contain items 14. some operations can only be carried out in our factory. Should the condition of the returned cylinder be such that repair would be uneconomical. 44 and 47. RK Kit – Gland Cartridge Seals* Contain items 40. see bulletin 0995-M17. you will be notified. 43.B-Style or ‘L’ . Rod Ø Gland Cartridge Wrench Spanner Wrench 12 14 18 22 28 36 45 56 70 90 110 140 0695900000 0695900000 0847650000 0695910000 0847660000 0695920000 0695930000 0695950000 0695960000 0847680000 – – 0116760000 0116760000 0116760000 0116760000 0117030000 0117030000 0116770000 0116770000 0116770000 0116770000 – – B-Style Piston Piston Lipseal ® Seal Kit* Kit† 25 CB025HM001 PF025HM001 PL025HM005* 32 CB032HM001 PF032HM001 PF032HM005* 40 CB040HM001 PF040HM001 PF040HM005* 50 CB050HM001 PF050HM001 63 CB063HM001 PF063HM001 80 CB080HM001 PF080HM001 100 CB100HM001 PF100HM001 N/A 125 CB125HM001 PF125HM001 160 CB160HM001 PF160HM001 200 CB200HM001 PF200HM001 † Piston Lipseals were made standard in 25mm .5 68-71 68-71 160-165 160-165 450-455 815-830 1140-1155 Repairs Although HMI cylinders are designed to make on-site maintenance or repairs as easy as possible. For Group 5 seals. 126. Bore Ø CB Body Seal Kit* Seal Kits and Replacement Parts Bore Ø Tie Rod Torque Nm 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 125 160 200 4. Carefully check the model number for a ‘B’ . Lipseal Piston Kit – (includes Cylinder Body End Seals) Contains two each of items 42. 26 (no backup washer in 25mm50mm bores). 45. It is standard policy to fit a cylinder returned to the factory for repair with those replacement parts which are necessary to return it to ‘as good as new’ condition.0 7. *Piston Lipseal Kits contain group 5 seals that are also suitable for group 1 service. C *Seal Groups – Ordering The part numbers shown in the tables above are for Group 1 seals. substitute a ‘5’ for the ‘1’ at the end of the number sequence. 26 (not 25-50mm bore). 41.0 19. denoted by the last character of each part number. Rod Ø RG Kit* PK Kit* 12 14 18 22 28 36 45 56 70 90 110 140 RG2HM0121 RG2HM0141 RG2HM0181 RG2HM0221 RG2HM0281 RG2HM0361 RG2HM0451 RG2HM0561 RG2HM0701 RG2HM0901 RG2HM1101 RG2HM1401 RK2HM0121 RK2HM0141 RK2HM0181 RK2HM0221 RK2HM0281 RK2HM0361 RK2HM0451 RK2HM0561 RK2HM0701 RK2HM0901 RK2HM1101 RK2HM1401 CB Kit – Cylinder Body End Seals* Contain two each of items 47.40mm bores beginning in June 2006. 40.0-20.Lipseal Style piston before specifying a piston seal kit.5-5. Piston Lipseal Kits contain Group 5 seals that are also suitable for Group 1 service. For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. Piston Kit B-Style Piston Kit – (includes Cylinder Body End Seals) Contains two each of items 47. 43. Where the original gland incorporates a gland drain. 41. please consult the factory.

iron Piston rod. double rod type – cushioned one end Piston rod. H. 16. 12 42 * OR 2. they include cap only. H. 48 Cushioned head end models. when cushioned. By specifying service assemblies for your power cylinder. style C Cap. 58 . 16. 48. 48 Cushioned cap end models. single rod type – cushioned cap end Piston rod. single rod Piston body.” Ass’y No. Note — When ordering service assembly. single rod Piston body. 71 and 72. 18. when non-cushioned. includes symbols 35. includes symbols 58. style BB Cylinder body. Description Basic head (symbol 1) SA2 Side lug mounting head (symbol 2) SA5 Trunnion mounting head (symbol 5) 69 72 71 70 1 When ordering service assemblies. double rod type – cushioned both ends Extension rod. J. SA1 Service assemblies for servicing HD cylinders reduce your maintenance time and purchasing time. specify serial number. 18. cylinder body to head and cap seal Piston ring. bore. fixed clevis mounting. cushion adjustment valve Ball. rod head cushion Piston rod. style DB Cap. 61 For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. piston Back-up washer.60 Cushioned both ends models. cushion adjustment and check valve plug screw Needle. double rod type – cushioned both ends O-ring. double rod Piston body. DB. 70. includes symbols 57. HB. 16A. as are Assembly Nos. basic. trunnion mounting. double rod type – non-cushioned Extension rod. HB. style C Head. 37 Symbol 17 37 42 44 47 48 57 58 59 60 61 69 70 71 72 73 74 Part Name Piston rod. Factory assembled Assembly Nos. styles D. TB. J. cushion on cap end Retaining ring. Your paper work will be reduced by avoiding the necessity of the identification of each part. you will receive sub-assemblies ready for installation. single rod type – cushioned both ends Lipseal. when cushioned. standard – plain Piston body. lipseal type. cushion check valve Plug screw. specify assembly number and “cushioned” or “non-cushioned. styles BB. For larger bore sizes or longer stroke lengths. float check cushion bushing Factory assembled piston and rod assemblies consisting of parts listed below. include symbols 69. double rod type – non-cushioned Piston rod. 11. specify assembly number and “cushioned” or “non-cushioned. when non-cushioned. Note — When ordering service assembly. Single Rod Types Ass’y No.” Ass’y No. trunnion mounting. JB. TB. include symbols 69. DD. ring type. 16A. 60 Cushioned one end models. 16A. includes symbols 36. TC Cap. 48. side lug mounting. piston O-ring. SA 85 and SA 37. they include head only. cushion check valve Bushing. includes symbols 34. 48. lipseal type. 18. style D Cap. stroke and model number shown on the cylinder’s name plate. JB. SA 34 and SA 36 are identical. pistons and rods should be ordered separately as required. single rod type – cushioned head end Piston rod. * 47 15 Cap Assemblies The following cap assemblies. 16. includes symbols 59. 18. Instructions for installation will be included. includes symbols 37. basic. 16. 5 SINGLE ROD 35 18 34 48 DOUBLE ROD 58 18 57 48 OR 59 16 16A 60 EXTENSION ROD Piston and Rod Assemblies Parts List — 11/2" through 8" Bore Sizes Part Name Symbol 1 Head. SA7 Basic cap (symbol 7) SA8 Side lug mounting cap (symbol 8) SA11 SA12 Trunnion mounting cap (symbol 11) Fixed clevis mounting cap (symbol 12) 7 47 Description   74 73 70 69   OR 8. 48 Double Rod Types Ass’y No. side lug mounting. double rod Cushion sleeve. 70. are recommended for cylinders 6" bore size or smaller in stroke lengths to 25". ring type. SA57 SA58 SA59 Description Non-cushioned models. TC 35 2 5 7 Head. float check. 73 and 74. DD. SA34 SA35 SA36 SA37 Description Non-cushioned models.Series HD Automotive Heavy Duty Hydraulic Cylinders Service Assembly Kits Service Assembly Kits How to Order Head Assemblies The following head assemblies. single rod type – non-cushioned 36 8 11 12 15 16 16A 17 17A 18 34 17A 44 OR 36. 48 Cushioned both ends models.

2 ea. 14. The (“RK”) rod seal kits shown in the table below (having lipseal type rod seal symbol #41) will not fit existing rod glands (symbol #14) having multiple lip type rod packing symbol #112. LIPSEALS. (+74° C.S. (–23° C) to +250° F (+121° C) the cylinder may be operated to +400° F (+204° C) with limited service life. 47 42. 43. After Jan. The recommended operating temperature range for Class 6 seals is +40° F (+4° C) to +165°F (+74°C). 1987 contain the lipseal type rod packing and are now identified as series “HD”. (+121° C. 41. The recommended operating temperature range for Class 1 and 2 seals is –10° F. O-ring Retaining ring Rod packing set Shim ring Wave spring Back-up washer Outer ring Inner ring Wear ring LIPSEAL PISTON + Rod gland cartridge kits & rod seal kit part numbers shown identify class 1 seals only. All cylinders manufactured after Jan. Symbol Symbol No. High Water Content Fluid . 120 & 121 4 ea. 45 & 115 RK1HDL0061 RG1HDL0061 RK1HDL0101 RG1HDL0101 RK1HDL0131 RG1HDL0131 RK1HDL0171 RG1HDL0171 RK1HDL0201 RG1HDL0201 RK1HDL0251 RG1HDL0251 RK1HDL0351 RG1HDL0351 RK1HDL0401 RG1HDL0401 RK1HDL0551 RG1HDL0551 42 Bore Size 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 1/4 4 5 6 8 CB PK Includes Includes 2 ea.47 Symbol 47. Service kits of expendable parts for fluid power cylinders are available for either Class 1. Includes 2 ea. To order class 2. water-glycol fluid or water-in-oil emlusions are the operating medium. Cylinders specified with all other seal compounds are assembled with an anaerobic adhesive having a maximum operating temperature of +165° F. and contain Buna-N and urethane seals for standard fluid service. Service kits of expendable parts for fluid power cylinders are stocked in principal industrial locations across the U. Contact the factory immediately and arrange for the piston to rod and the stud to piston rod connections to be properly re-assembled to withstand the higher temperature service. Sym. Cylinders originally manufactured with Class 1 seals (Buna-N) that will be exposed to ambient temperatures above +165° F.119. 1987 are supplied with multiple lip type or packing (symbol #112). For prompt delivery and complete information.) Fluorocarbon Seals . 5 & 6 substitute for last digit of kit number. These seals are recommended for use when water. Warning The piston stud and the piston rod to piston threaded connections are secured with an anaerobic adhesive which is temperature sensitive.).Series HD Automotive Heavy Duty Hydraulic Cylinders OBSELETE SERIES HD GLAND CARTRIDGE ARRANGEMENT 14 40 112 62 NEW SERIES HD (WAS SERIES HDC) GLAND CARTRIDGE 62 ARRANGEMENT (SEE NOTE BELOW) 45 113 114 84 Seal Kits 47 14 115 40 43 41 47 45 48 47 STANDARD RING TYPE PISTON 69 69 OPTIONAL PISTONS 44 NOTE: “HD” Series cylinders manufactured prior to Jan. (–23° C. 43. No. (+74° C.Class 5 Service Kits contain fluorocarbon seals and are especially suited for elevated temperature service or for some fire resistant fluids (for specific fluids not listed in Section C of this catalog consult factory). 44 & 47 CB152HL001 PK152HLL01 CB202HL001 PK202HLL01 CB252HL001 PK252HLL01 CB322HL001 PK322HLL01 CB402HL001 PK402HLL01 CB502HL001 PK502HLL01 CB602HL001 PK602HLL01 CB802HL001 PK802HLL01 Piston Seal Kits† Hi-Load PR Includes 2 ea. 2 & 6 service only.) must be modified for higher temperature service. *Symbol 46 required only with nut retained lipseal and hi-load style pistons. OR HIGH-LOAD SEALS. RK RG (Sym 62) Includes Symbol No. 1987 are supplied with lipseal type rod packing (symbol #41). Includes Symbol No. PK kit part numbers shown identify Class 1 service only. Cylinder Body Seal Kit Rod Gland Seal Kits+ Bore Size 5/8" 1" 1 3/8" 1 3/4" 2" 2 1/2" 3 1/2" 4" 5 1/2" 121 *NOTE: NUT RETAINED STYLE PISTON CAN HAVE RINGS. These seals can also be used when hydraulic oil is the operating medium. 62 69 84 112 113 114 115 119 120 121 Description Gland cartridge assy. 46 119 HI-LOAD PISTON 120 *NUT RETAINED PISTON Standard Seals .) These temperature limitations are necessary to prevent the possible loosening of the threaded connections. No.) to +165° F. PR & hi-load piston seal kit part numbers shown identify class 1. 5 or 6 seals substitute 2. Cylinders specified with viton seals are assembled with an anaerobic adhesive having a maximum operating temperature rating of +250° F. and other countries. For temperatures above +250° F (120° C) the cylinder must be manufactured with a non-studded piston rod end thread and a pinned piston to rod connection. 5–for Class 5 seals 6–for Class 2 or 6 seals For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. These seals are suitable for use when air or hydraulic (mineral-type) oil are is the operating medium. Parts Identification Sym. To order Class 5 seals substitute 5 for the last digit of kit number. as follows. The (“RG”) rod gland cartridge kits shown in the table below (having lipseal type rod seal symbol #41) will fit all standard series HD & HDC cylinders having either multiple lip or lipseal type rod packing. 45 & 115 40. Sym. 5 or 6 as required for the last digit of kit number. Water Service Seals . Fluorocarbon seals (class 5) should be used for high temperature service within a temperature range of –10° F.Class 1 Service Kits are standard. 41. contact your nearest Parker Hannifin distributor or office.A. 40. Order appropriate “RG” kit shown in the table below for initial “first time” rod seal repair. 59 .Class 6 Service Kits contain specially compounded HWB seals for High Water Content Fluid Service. “HDC” series cylinders manufactured prior to Jan. For Class 2. **Not used for class 1 seals. 14 40 41 42 43** 44 45 46* 47 48 Description Rod gland Rod wiperseal Rod lipseal Piston lipseal Rod back-up washer Piston back-up washer Gland to head o-ring Piston to rod o-ring End seal o-ring Piston ring Sym. 5 or Class 6 fluid service.Class 2 Service Kits contain Buna-N seals for water service. (+74° C. 48 PR152H0001 PK152HK001 PR202H0001 PK202HK001 PR252H0001 PK252HK001 PR322H0001 PK322HK001 PR402H0001 PK402HK001 PR502H0001 PK502HK001 PR602H0001 PK602HK001 PR802H0001 PK802HK001 C †CB. 1987 multiple lip type rod packings are no longer supplied.

CH Sym. RG % # Cap End Cushion Kit (Sym. A special piston seal will be furnished in the kit. Adj. 24 N. 15 N.-lbs.m 37 ft. Needle. Retainer Wiper. 83 cm-kg 1 SKL7005MA1 RGL6949MA1 CHL7014MA1 CCL7017MA1 25 ft. Normal operating temperature range is -10°F. 34 N. 73 is used in place of Sym.-lbs. 70 & 105 70.-lbs. CC) Head End Cushion Kit (Sym.101 & 104 #69. Rod End Gland Retainer Screw. 15 N.-lbs. to +165°F. CH) Sym. 34 N. Bushing. 24 N. 15 N. 24 N. 81 N.-lbs. Gland to Head O-ring.-lbs. Contains Sym. To order specify bore. 74.Series MA NFPA Industrial Air Cylinders Parts Identification and Seal Kits  " " "# "% "" " "% %" % %! $ $' % Seal Kits '" !  $' % #  !" Seals for Series MA cylinders are available in kit form and are stocked in principal industrial locations in the United States. 69 cm-kg 20 in. contact the nearest Cylinder Division regional plant.-lbs.-lbs.m 18 ft.m 18 ft.-lbs. 34 N. "% " "% Seal kits contain seals of nitrile (Buna-N) elastomers.m 2 2 1/2 3 1/4 4 5 6 * (-0%. # & ' % % ‡on 6” Bore only Sym.-lbs.m 1 3/8 SKL7006MA1 RGL6950MA1 CHL7015MA1 CCL7017MA1 25 ft.-lbs. Adj. 83 cm-kg 1 SKL7004MA1 RGL6949MA1 CHL7013MA1 CCL7016MA1 11 ft.#41. 45. +5% tolerance) When assembling the cylinder. Cushion Retaining Ring Stud. 83 cm-kg 5/8 SKL7003MA1 RGL6948MA1 CHL7012MA1 CCL7016MA1 11 ft. 106 and 107. CC Rod Gland Head End Cap End Cartridge Kit Cushion Kit Cushion Kit Contains Sym. #69.-lbs. They are recommended when air is the operating medium. Cushion kits are available for head or cap end and should be order as required. 81 N. 23 cm-kg 5/8 SKL7001MA1 RGL6948MA1 CHL7012MA1 CCL7016MA1 11 ft. Cush.m 72 in. 106 & 107 42. For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. Seal Tie Rod Cushion Sleeve Rod Gland Cartridge Kit (Sym.m 18 ft.-lbs.-lbs. Contains Sym. %" % Seal Kit (Sym.m 72 in.-lbs. be sure to torque the tie rods evenly. Cush.-lbs.-lbs.-lbs.m 1 SKL7009MA1 RGL6949MA1 CHL7014MA1 CCL7017MA1 60 ft. RG) Sym.-lbs. SK** Sym. Rod End Check Seal.m 1 3/8 SKL7098MA1 RGL6950MA1 CHL7170MA1 CCL7171MA1 60 ft. Order seal kits from table at right. Gland and rod seal replacement parts are identified as Symbol RG – Rod Gland Cartridge Kit.m 1 SKL7007MA1 RGL6949MA1 CHL7014MA1 CCL7017MA1 25 ft.e. Contains Sym. 50 N. 50 N.m 37 ft. 47 & 104 Seal Kit Tie Rod Nut Torque* Bore Size Rod Dia. % $' Basic Cylinder Parts Identification Sym.m 72 in.m 1 3/8 SKL7010MA1 RGL6950MA1 CHL7015MA1 CCL7017MA1 60 ft.m 72 in. SK)  " $ %! " $' "# Replacement parts can be identified from list below. Piston Back-up washer. For prompt delivery and complete information. 50 N. 34 N. Rod Check Seal.m 37 ft. 1 7 15 17 22 34 41 42 44 45 47 69 70 73 74 94 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 Part Name Head Cap Cylinder Body Piston Tie Rod Nut Piston Rod Lipseal Rod Gland Lipseal. End Seal O-Ring. Piston O-Ring.-lbs. 45.-lbs. SKM7003MA1) for cylinders with magnetic piston assemblies. ** Replace “L” with “M” in the seal kit number (i. 81 N. model number and serial number shown on cylinder name plate.-lbs. 15 N. Part Number Part Number Part Number Part Number Series MA Cylinders Aluminum Tube Tie Steel Tube Tie Rod Nut Torque Rod Nut Torque 1 1/2 5/8 SKL7000MA1 RGL6948MA1 CHL7011MA1 CCL7016MA1 60 in. #41. A complete seal kit for noncushion cylinder is identified as Symbol SK – Seal Kit.m 1 3/8 SKL7008MA1 RGL6950MA1 CHL7015MA1 CCL7017MA1 25 ft.-lbs. Cap End Washer.m 18 ft.-lbs. the same as original seals installed in Series MA cylinders. 83 cm-kg 1 SKL7002MA1 RGL6949MA1 CHL7013MA1 CCL7016MA1 11 ft. 44. or your local Parker Cylinder distributor. stroke. 60 . 24 N.

For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II.Series VP Air Cylinders/Valve Actuator Parts Identification Seal Kits Series VP Parts Listing (2" thru 5" Bore Sizes) "  % "% !" # % " "% !  " ! ' % ! Item 1 7 15 17 19 23 34 40 42 47 117 Qty./N-m 60/81 1/2-20 90/122 5/8-18 110/149 5/8-18 148/201 3/4-16 172/233 3/4-16 275/373 7/8-14 390/529 1-14 540/732 1 1/8-12 745/1010 1 1/4-12 745/1010 1 1/4-12 C *(-0%. 2 ea. Containing Piston and Body Seals KT060VP105 KT070VP105 KT080VP105 KT100VP105 KT120VP135 KT140VP135 KT160VP175 KT180VP205 KT200VP205 KT220VP255 Tie Rod Nut Tie Rod Torque* Size (Inches) ft. Containing Piston and Body Seals KT060VP101 KT070VP101 KT080VP101 KT100VP101 KT120VP131 KT140VP131 KT160VP171 KT180VP201 KT200VP201 KT220VP251 Class 5 SK Seal Kit Nos.1 ea #40. 1 1 1 1 4 8 1 1 2 2 1 Valve Actuator Cylinder Seal Kits are complete and consist of the following: 40 (1 ea. #145. When assembling the cylinder. Containing Piston and Body Seals KT020VP061 KT025VP061 KT032VP101 KT040VP101 KT050VP101 Class 5 SK Seal Kit Nos. lbs. 2 ea. #47 Bore Size 6" 7" 8" 10" 12" 14" 16" 18" 20" 22" Rod Dia. be sure to torque the tie rods evenly.). 1 1 1 1 4 8 1 1 2 1 1 1 Description Head Cap Cylinder Body Piston Body Tie Rod Tie Rod Nut Piston Rod Rod (Wiper/Lipseal) Cylinder Body O-ring Rod Wear Ring Piston Wear Ring Piston Quad Seal †117 – not replaceable on current design *121 – required only on 14" thru 22" Bore Cylinders Valve Actuator Cylinder Seal Kits are complete and consist of the following: 6"–10" Bore . 61 . #145. #40. Containing Piston and Body Seals KT020VP065 KT025VP065 KT032VP105 KT040VP105 KT050VP105 Tie Rod Tie Rod Nut Size Torque* (Inches) ft.1 ea #40. #117.) Description Head Cap Cylinder Body Piston Body Tie Rod Tie Rod Nut Piston Rod Rod (Wiper/Lipseal) Piston Lipseal Cylinder Body O-ring Rod Bearing Bore Size 2" 2 1/2" 3 1/4" 4" 5" Rod Dia. #121. 42 & 47 (2 ea. When assembling the cylinder. lbs. 5/8" 5/8" 1" 1" 1" Class 1 SK Seal Kit Nos. 117  40 Series VP Parts Listing (6" thru 22" Bore Sizes) 19 1 47 15 34 17 145 47 23 7 ALTERNATE DESIGN 12" THRU 22" BORE 121* 45 40 117  ON 14" BORE AND LARGER 23 Item 1 7 15 17 19 23 34 40 47 117† 121* 145 Qty. #47 12" Bore . 2 ea. 1" 1" 1" 1" 1 3/8" 1 3/8" 1 3/4" 2" 2" 2 1/2" Class 1 SK Seal Kit Nos./N-m 5/16-24 11/15 5/16-24 11/15 3/8-24 25/34 3/8-24 25/34 1/2-24 60/81 *(-0%. +5% tolerance). #117. +5% tolerance). #47 14"–22" Bore . be sure to torque the tie rods evenly.1 ea.

62 .NOTES For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor.

the second indicator groove is flush with balance cylinder head. the hydraulic oil returns through the piston valve and the unit is ready for another checking stroke. F252-003 Item 2 Item 21 Item 27 Item 34 Operating Principle: The Par-Check consists basically. Mounting: The Par-Check can be operated in any position provided it is mounted directly in-line or parallel to the force it is to control. Series DC and DA may be used. into the rear end of the checking cylinder. On the return or non-checking stroke. When threaded piston rod is retracted. Slowly pour oil into the cylinder until level with filler valve opening. NOTE: Use our F442 hydraulic oil only. Then refill with substitute oil. The in-line type of mounting is the most desirable type to use on any application. drill press feeds and other air or manually operated machine elements. 5. If unit is mounted parallel. drain and thoroughly flush the Par-Check system. actuates the Par-Check. Move piston rod in and out slightly (1/16" to 1/8") to release any air trapped under piston assembly. Checking Stroke Adjustment: The mechanical linkage to the element being controlled. 6. The position is determined by grooves on the rod. If circumstances require temporary use of another type of oil. any portion of the full stroke length may be used for checking. checking piston rod (Item 1). The forward piston rod lock nut is used to lock the second in position. Service Kit: A convenient means of stocking parts subject to replacement through normal operation. the force or power supply should be guided by ways or guide rods to prevent side strain on the Par-Check piston rod. as follows: 1. 7. Replace any damaged packings before reassembling. An indicator rod (Item 42). through the transfer tube. Dismantling and Reassembling: Always use care in dismantling and reassembling Par-Check to be sure cylinders. Air must be bled from oil gun before filling Par-Check. Follow Air Bleeding procedure to remove all traces of trapped air. moving between two piston rod lock nuts. attached to the balance cylinder piston. through the needle valve. 3. with threaded piston rod extended. (For checking loads up to 3000 pounds. by the moving piston. oil in the checking cylinder is forced. This nut is locked in position with a socket head set screw. Cause oil to flow from nozzle until it runs clear of air bubbles. C 2. indicated by grooves on indicator rod. As the piston rod is pulled out.) Adjustment of Checking Rate: Checking Speed is controlled by turning the knurled needle valve knob (Item 34). piston seals and piston rod seals are not damaged. adjustable needle valve (Item 34). Order Kit Number B732-471. hydraulic resistance unit designed to provide a smooth controlled feed rate on air cylinders. Adding Oil: Before replacing filler valve. CAUTION: Before applying checking load. F252-003) with a model B161-003 oil fill gun. The checking piston rod may be directly attached or linked to a moving machine part. Make-up oil is added through filling valve (Assy. Series HC Par-Checks are available with a threaded piston rod guide and lock nut for nose mounting or pivot brackets and rod clevis for pivot mounting. The actuating element engages the first lock nut on return stroke to retract the piston rod. The balance cylinder assembly (Item 43) automatically compensates for the volumetric displacement of the checking piston rod. Replace filler valve. The Series HC Par-Check is a precision-built.Series HC Par-Check Operating Instructions Par-Check Series HC Par-Check Operating Instructions Item 43 Item 42 Item 1 Assy. Thus. For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. Rate is reduced as the knob is turned clockwise and increased as it is turned counterclockwise. indicates the amount of oil in the Par-Check. Three grooves on the indicator rod show when and how much oil should be added to maintain correct hydraulic volume. be sure stroke of Par-Check is long enough to prevent power source from bottoming Par-Check piston against front head and possibly damaging Par-Check. The first or innermost piston rod lock nut (Item 21) must be kept at back end of piston rod thread to prevent Par-Check piston from bottoming against rear cylinder head. the main cylinder should be filled with our F442 hydraulic oil. The point at which checking action begins is determined by the position of the second lock nut (Item 2) on threaded piston rod. of a checking cylinder (Item 27). The Series HC Par-Check is a single acting unit. Proper oil level is indicated when. Use B161-003 oil gun to bring Par-Check to proper level. the third innermost groove should be flush with cylinder head. available with checking action on either forward or reverse stroke for checking loads up to 1200 pounds. Stand Par-Check upright with piston rod pointed downward and fully extended. adjustable. 4. Allow Par-Check to stand in upright position for a short while to allow air to escape. Stand Oil Gun with nozzle pointing up. Oil Level: Amount of oil in Par-Check is indicated by position of balance cylinder indicator rod (Item 42). and a balance cylinder (Item 43). when threaded piston rod is fully extended. 63 . Oil should be added when groove nearest end of indicator rod becomes flush with face of balance cylinder head.

Forward-Acting. F252-003 H134-12 H106-06 B273-057 B623-004 B183-213 F163-009 F023-049 F023-050 B262-003 B262-003 B262-004 B262-004 F082-2047 H174-02 H143-113 . 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Description Piston Rod (Specify Stroke) Piston Rod (2 Required) Thread Protector Set Screw Piston Rod Gland “O” Ring Transfer Tube Seal (4 Required) Transfer Tube Gland Transfer Tube (Specify Stroke) Valve Plate Retainer Valve Spring Piston Control Valve Body “O” Ring Control Valve Pin Bushing Seal Control Valve Stem Control Valve Gland Washer Piston Rod Nut Mounting Nut Gland Nut Front cylinder Head Cylinder Gasket (2 Required) Main Cylinder (Specify Stroke) Valve Plate “O” Ring (2 Required) Locking Nut Part No. 12. 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Description Rear Cylinder Head “O” Ring Control Valve Knob Control Valve Knob Transfer Tube Support (Used on 15" Stroke or Longer Units) Tie Rods (4 Required) (Specify Stroke) Machine Screw (2 Required) Nut (8 Required) Balance Cylinder Head Machine Screw (2 Required) Balance Cyl. Assem. 4 & 6" Stroke (Specify 6" Stroke) 81 Balance Cyl. 12. 9. Spring (All Strokes) Indicator Rod & Piston Assembly 2. 15 & 18" Stroke Units) 78 Balance Cyl. 12. Assem. 12. Assem. 15 & 18" Stroke (Specify 18" Stroke) 80 Balance Cyl. Forward-Acting 2. Fill Valve Assembly 55 Reverse Acting Unit 47 32 48 15 49 CHECKING 50 51 54 52 53 84 1 2 3 4 6 7 31 8 25 15 9 65 10 11 12 13 16 14 42 18 15 19 42 21 24 23 Standard Unit 25 26 29 28 27 31 30 17 33 55 42 38 37 36 A A 39 42 39 29 43 44 80 39 40 43 68 41 46 69 45 29 44 80 40 41 29 43 44 40 43 41 46 45 29 44 79 BALANCE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY FOR MODELS WITH 9. 15 & 18" Stroke (Specify 18" Str. 4 & 6" Str. Units (Specify 6" Stroke) 9. 4 & 6" Str. 4 & 6" STROKE ONLY Parts List Item No. 12. Do NOT order by item number. 15 & 18" STROKE ONLY 83 CHECKING 41 34 Section AA 62 40 BALANCE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY FOR REVERSE ACTING MODELS WITH 2. 4 & 6" STROKE ONLY 4 3 20 39 82 63 64 58 57 Pivot Mount BALANCE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY FOR MODELS WITH 2.Series HC Parts Drawings Parts Kits Par-Check Series HC Par-Check Parts List and Parts Drawing Important: Order by PART NUMBER only. 15 & 18" Stroke (Specify 18" Stroke) “O” Ring Balance Cylinder Spring Spring Guide Filling Valve Spring “O” Ring Valve Cover Retaining Ring Valve Body Valve Retainer Valve Stem Part Item No. 64 Part No. Reverse-Acting. B513-159 H135-12 B573-007 B573-006 F073-007 B843-049 H112-05 H060-05 B513-161 H112-06 F023-048 B592-007 B592-007 F153-049 F153-049 H136-32 F023-047 F023-044 H134-06 B343-001 H090-79 B123-002 B803-025 F183-003 F043-016 Description 54 55 57 58 62 63 64 *65 Valve Strap Filling Valve Assembly “O” Ring Machine Screw Rod Clevis Pivot Lug (2 Required) Pivot Bracket Transfer Tube (Filter Only) (Specify Stroke) 68 Spring (Reverse-Acting Only) (All Strokes) 69 Spring (Reverse-Acting Only) (9. 12. Units (Specify 6" Stroke) 9. 9. 15 & 18" Stroke (Specify 18" Stroke) Balance Cylinder 2. No. B833-057 B663-023 B733-010 H122-02 B193-033 H134-25 B893-018 B483-013 F163-010 B803-026 F023-046 B713-044 B123-035 H134-16 B693-025 B193-032 F033-020 B483-012 F193-014 B663-021 B663-020 B663-024 B513-160 B453-033 F153-048 B723-063 H136-06 H063-22 Item No. 4 & 6" Stroke (Specify 6" Stroke) 79 Balance Cyl. 15 & 18" STROKE ONLY 62 78 68 BALANCE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY FOR REVERSE ACTING MODELS WITH 8. Reverse-Acting 2. 12.) 82 Throttle Valve Assembly (Basic) 83 Lock Washer 84 Back-up Ring (Reverse Acting Only) * = Obsolete For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. Assem.

The first or innermost piston rod lock nut (Item 60) must be kept at back end of piston rod thread to prevent Par-Check piston from bottoming against rear cylinder head. For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. open fill valve and allow air to bleed off. Follow Air Bleeding procedure to remove all traces of trapped air. or by sound of air passing through needle valve when in operation. This nut is locked in position with a socket head set screw. the hydraulic oil returns through the piston valve and the unit is ready for another checking stroke. The presence of air in Par-Check will cause irregular checking action. moving between two piston rod lock nuts. pivot brackets and rod clevis for pivot mounting. into the rear end of the checking cylinder. Allow a clear stream of oil to flow from small hole in balance cylinder. Air can be detected by a spongy feel when pressing on balance cylinder rod. the second indicator groove is flush with balance cylinder head. The Series DC Par-Check is a single-acting unit. Series HC Par-Checks may be used. automatically compensates for the volumetric displacement of the checking piston rod. Using small rod release a quantity of oil from fill valve so Par-check is not over-filled (third innermost groove on indicator rod flush with balance cylinder head with threaded rod retracted). On the return or non-checking stroke. Par-Check is now ready for use. If unit is mounted parallel. attached to the balance cylinder piston. or feed brackets for mounting on drill press feeds.Series DC Operating Instructions Par-Check Series DC Par-Check® Operating Instructions The Series DC Par-Check is a precision-built. Stand Par-Check for a period of time with fill valve in highest position. any portion of the full stroke length may be used for checking. Fill Par-Check until oil bleeds from small hole in balance cylinder. Mounting The Par-Check can be operated in any position provided it is mounted directly in-line or parallel to the force it is to control. oil in the checking cylinder is forced. the third innermost groove should be flush with cylinder head. by moving piston. BE SURE STROKE OF PAR-CHECK IS LONG ENOUGH TO PREVENT POWER SOURCE FROM BOTTOMING PAR-CHECK PISTON AGAINST FRONT HEAD AND POSSIBLY DAMAGING PARCHECK. and a balance cylinder (Item 3). The in-line type of mounting is the most desirable type to use on any application. adjustable needle valve (Item 13). The actuating element engages the first lock nut (Item 60) on return stroke to retract the piston rod. Proper oil level is indicated when. For checking action on both forward and reverse stroke at loads up to 3000 pounds. foot bracket for foot mounting. available with checking action on either forward or reverse stroke for checking loads up to 3000 pounds. Series DA Par-Checks may be used. when threaded piston rod is fully extended. Three grooves on the indicator rod show when and how much oil should be added to maintain correct hydraulic volume. hydraulic resistance unit designed to provide a smooth controlled feed rate on air cylinders. Adjustment of Checking Rate Checking Speed is controlled by turning the knurled needle valve knob (Item 13). checking piston rod (Item 71). Oil Level Amount of oil in Par-Check is indicated by position of balance cylinder indicator rod (Item 5). Checking Stroke Adjustment The mechanical linkage to the element being controlled. through the transfer tube. The position is determined by grooves on the rod. Rate is reduced as the knob is turned clockwise and increased as it is turned counterclockwise. with threaded piston rod extended.) Operating Principle Irregular Checking Action The Par-Check consists basically of a checking cylinder (item 83). through the needle valve. Series DC Par-Checks are available with a threaded piston rod guide and mounting nut for nose mounting. When threaded piston rod is retracted. drill press feeds and other air or manually operated machine elements. Make-up oil is added through filling valve (Item 7). Fill again with bleed hole in balance cylinder in the highest position and with piston rod retracted. The forward piston rod lock nut is used to lock the second in position. (For checking loads up to 1200 pounds. adjustable. The balance cylinder assembly (Item 3). (Air must be bled from oil gun before filling Par-Check. CAUTION: BEFORE APPLYING CHECKING LOAD. The point at which checking action begins is determined by the position of the second lock nut (Item 61) on threaded piston rod.) Slowly cycle piston rod. An indicator rod (Item 5). The checking piston rod may be directly attached or linked to a moving part. Thus. Using a small rod (paper clip). As the piston rod is pulled out. C Bleeding Air from Oil Retract Par-Check piston rod and hold retracted. indicates the amount of oil in the Par-Check. Oil should be added when groove nearest end of indicator rod becomes flush with face of balance cylinder head. actuates the Par-Check. the force or power supply should be guided by ways or guide rods to prevent side strain on the Par-Check piston rod. 65 .

Tube .Stop Trans Tube .Stop Item No. 2. Skip Std. 15 & 18" Stroke Units Indicator Rod & Piston Assy. 4 & 6" Stroke Units (Specify 6: Stroke) 9.Reverse Precision Stop .Precision Reverse Precision Valve Port Adaptor Support Block Adaptor Block Body Body Screw Foot Bracket Mtg. 4 & 6" Stroke Units Balance Cyl. Stop Assy. Tube Assy. Do not order by Item Number. Stop Assy. Tube . 2. 15 & 18" Stroke Units (Specify 18" Stroke) Fill Valve Assy. Assy.Reverse Precision Stop-Skip . 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 Part No. 2. Description B193-030 B193-031 B233-012 B273-060 B343-001 B423-001 B453-023 B453-031 B483-011 B493-038 B493-055 B493-057 B513-146 B513-157 B513-242 B623-004 B663-015 B663-016 B663-018 B663-019 B713-035 B713-064 B723-047 B733-010 B733-014 B803-025 B803-054 B833-055 F023-036 F023-038 F023-044 F023-055 F023-056 F033-019 F043-001 F043-002 F043-016 F043-018 F073-005 F153-047 F163-006 F163-007 F163-008 F163-015 F163-016 F163-033 Seal Bushing Rod Bushing Cylinder Cover Rod Clevis Cap Fitting Gasket Washer Valve Sleeve Gland Gland Guide Front Head Rear Head Rear Head Mtg. Valve (No Transfer Tube) Precision Valve Std. Stop-Skip Precision Valve Precision Skip Precision Stop Precision Stop-Skip Precision . Valve Std. Bracket (Optional) Pivot Bushing Retainer Sleeve Bushing Seal Bushing 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 *83 *84 ‡*85 ‡*86 *87 *88 *89 Part No. for units with filter ! " Description F183-002 F183-003 F193-031 F283-001 H060-01 H062-34 H063-29 H064-11 H064-12 H076-02 H090-79 H096-62 H096-89 H100-41 H100-42 H100-45 H100-46 H100-53 H104-20 H106-06 H113-29 H122-02 H134-06 H134-12 H134-14 H134-16 H134-27 H134-30 H134-33 H135-02 H135-12 H135-24 H136-34 H137-12 H143-24 H143-73 H167-07 H167-41 H171-03 H175-64 H178-05 H178-09 H194-04 H221-83    %" ' !" "& # &  % FILL VALVE ASSEMBLY $%  " '# " #! &  # #$ % $$ $ # $ !% '    ! &! %  % $  " FORWARD ACTING '$ $#   #% & "' !& % OPTIONAL – MUST BE SPECIFIED ON ORDER For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. 4 & 6" Units (Specify 6" Stroke) Balance Cyl. – (Stop Assy. Assy.Prec.Prec. Trans.Series DC Parts List Parts Drawings Par-Check Parts List Important: Order by Part Number only. Tube Trans. Item No.) Balance Cyl.Std. Stop Std. Solenoid Valve (Specify Voltage)* Cylinder Assy. $'  #  REVERSE ACTING Metering Pin Valve Stem Washer Port Adaptor Nut Nut Lock Nut Nut Nut Close Nipple Retaining Ring Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw O-Ring O-Ring O-Ring O-Ring O-Ring O-Ring O-Ring O-Ring O-Ring O-Ring O-Ring O-Ring Back Up Ring Back Up Ring 90° Male Elbow Male Connector Copper Tubing Lockwasher Washer Washer Screw O-Ring * = Specify Stroke † = 4" Min. 12. 12. 9. Std. Description Item No. 1 2 3 G450301 B102-002 B262-002 4 B262-002 5 B592-005 6 F142-006 7 8 9 10 *13 *14 *15 *16 *17 *18 †*19 †*20 *21 *23 *22 *24 25 26 27 28 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 F252-003 F082-2010 F082-2011 F082-2012 F082-2015 F082-2017 F082-2069 F082-2070 F082-2021 F082-2022 F082-2023 F082-2024 F082-2025 F082-2026 F082-2027 F082-2028 F082-2044 F082-2045 F082-2046 F082-2051 B023-012 B113-012 B113-039 B123-002 B123-003 B133-002 B183-102 B183-103 B183-226 B193-026 B193-027 B193-028 B193-029 Part No.-Stop Trans.Reverse Acting Precision Skip . Bracket Lock Nut Nut Locking Nut Adjusting Knob Piston Piston Valve Plate Thread Protector Plug Spring Retainer Retainer Piston Rod Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Valve Stem Support Bracket Support Strap Strap Support Strap Support Cyl. Trans Tube . Tube . .Std. Tube .Reverse Stop or Skip Sub-Assy. Stroke ‡ = Obsolete replacement tubes. Valve Std. 66 . Trans.

15" & 18" STROKES ONLY # ' &" !! $ $& ' " $ '' # ' $ ' " $ "!  & '  '!  % "! $ $& $ !! $!  $%  $ "  ' & ' "  ' $ "! $ ! #  $ # ' &"  % !! "! $  % C % $& '' '" # "!  & $ #  ' "! $ $ "!  ' " &  ' " " # $ "!  '' # ' $   &' &" "!  & !# $ ! %% # "! $ $ # ' &"  % ! !! "! $ " For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. 67 .Series DC Par-Check Parts Drawings Par-Check 6 58 44 116 !  $& $ !! & 104 129 5 75 122 123 113 109 # 4 ' &% "! BALANCE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY FOR PAR-CHECKS WITH 2. 4 & 6" STROKES ONLY $ %  2" STROKE 81 AND UP 79 32 58 116 44 6 9" STROKE & LONGER 104 129 102 98 131 5 75 55 76  ! $& # &% && 122 123 113 109 4 BALANCE CYLINDER ASSEMBLY FOR PAR-CHECKS WITH 9".

Three grooves on the indicator rod show when and how much oil should be added to maintain correct hydraulic volume. into the rear end of the checking cylinder. If checking action is required in only one direction. Series HC (for loads up to 1200 pounds) or Series DC (for loads up to 3000 pounds) may be used. may be used for checking. Then refill with substitute oil. If unit is mounted parallel. of a checking cylinder (Item 92). An indicator rod (Item 44). checking piston rod (Item 59). automatically compensates for volumetric displacement of the checking piston rod. The checking piston rod may be directly attached or linked to a moving machine part. or feed brackets for mounting on drill press feeds. by the moving piston. Oil Level: Amount of oil in Par-Check is indicated by position of balance cylinder indicator rod (Item 44). actuates the Par-Check. Make-up oil is added through filler valve (Item 104) with our Model B161-003 oil gun. This nut is locked in position with a socket head set screw. The polished section of the piston rod should be protected from chips and dirt to avoid possible damage to the piston rod seal due to rod scoring. The first or innermost piston rod lock nut (Item 46) must be kept at back end of piston rod thread to prevent Par-Check piston from bottoming against rear cylinder head. indicates the amount of oil in the Par-Check. If circumstances require temporary use of another type of oil. The forward piston rod lock nut is used to lock the second in position. be sure stroke of ParCheck is long enough to prevent power source from bottoming Par-Check piston against front head and possibly damaging ParCheck. The Series DA is a heavy-duty. Oil should be added when groove nearest end of indicator rod becomes flush with face of balance cylinder head. Operating Principle: The Par-Check consists basically. Series DA Par-Checks are available with a threaded piston rod guide and lock nut for nose mounting. As the piston rod is pulled out. The in-line type of mounting is the most desirable type to use on any application. hydraulic resistance unit designed primarily for use with power feeds. with threaded piston rod extended. the flow of oil is reversed and directed through the other speed control valve into the front end of the cylinder. when threaded piston rod is fully extended. and a balance cylinder (Item 22). The balance cylinder assembly (Item 22). pivot brackets and rod clevis for pivot mounting. through the transfer tube. Thus. single-barrel. doubleacting Par-Check designed to provide checking of loads up to 3000 pounds on both advance and retract strokes. The actuating element engages the first lock nut (Item 46) on return stroke to retract the piston rod. oil in the checking cylinder is forced. Mounting: The Par-Check can be operated in any position provided it is mounted directly in-line or parallel to the force it is to control. Note: Use our “F442” hydraulic oil only.Series DA Par-Check Operating Instructions Par-Check The Parker Series DA Par-Check is a precision-built. The point at which checking action begins is determined by position of the second lock nut (Item 47) on threaded piston rod. Adjustment of Checking Rate: Checking Speed is controlled by turning the knurled needle valve knob (Item 76). 68 . drain and thoroughly flush the Par-Check system. The position is determined by grooves on the rod. through the speed control valve. the force or power supply should be guided by ways or guide rods to prevent side strain on the Par-Check piston rod. the third innermost groove should be flush with cylinder head. Rate is reduced as the knob is turned clockwise and increased as it is turned counterclockwise. two adjustable speed control valves (Item 76). attached to the balance cylinder piston. It is equally useful with other air or mechanically operated machine units to accurately control the speed or feed of machine elements. Adjustments affect both advance and retract strokes identically. any portion of the full stroke length Caution: Before applying checking load. Checking Stroke Adjustment: The mechanical linkage to the element being controlled. moving between two piston rod lock nuts. For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. When threaded piston rod is retracted. foot bracket for foot mounting. On the return stroke. the second indicator groove is flush with balance cylinder head. Proper oil level is indicated when. adjustable.

15" & 18" Strokes Only ! " For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. 4 & 6" Stk.) Main Cylinder Transfer Tube Transfer Tube (Used on Items 82 & 83) Transfer Tube Transfer Tube (Used on Items 84.Series DA Par-Check Parts List Par-Check Parts List Important: Order by Part Number only. Units (Specify 18" Stk.) 9. 4" & 6" Strokes Only #& Balance Cylinder Assembly For Par-Checks with 9". Do not order by Item Number. 86 & 87) Transfer Tube (Used on Items 88 & 89) F142-006 F142-006 "$ Item No. 4 & 6" Stk. Description ! '! !% ! !#  $ ' "! Part No. 69 . Units & Longer) Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw “O” Ring “O” Ring “O” Ring “O” Ring “O” Ring “O” Ring “O” Ring “O” Ring “O” Ring “O” Ring Back Up Ring Back Up Ring “O” Ring Screw “O” Ring “O” Ring Steel Ball Nut Nut (9" Stk. 85. B023-012 B102-002 B113-047 B123-002 B123-023 B123-024 B123-025 B133-002 B183-102 B183-103 B183-226 B193-026 B193-027 B193-028 B193-029 B193-030 B193-031 B193-067 B193-068 B233-012 B262-005 B273-060 B343-001 B423-001 B423-009 B423-010 G450301 B453-023 B453-031 B483-021 B483-022 B483-023 B493-038 B493-055 B493-085 B513-157 B513-242 B513-408 B592-005 B592-005 45 46 47 48 49 50 B623-004 B663-015 B663-016 B663-018 B663-019 B713-035 Description Item No. 4 & 6" Stk. Units (Specify 18" Stk.) Rod Clevis Cover Fitting Fitting Elbow Valve (Specify Voltage)* Gasket Washer Gland (Adaptor) Gland Gland (Transfer Tube) Gland (Rod Guide) Gland (Feed Mount) Guide Rear Head Rear Head Front Head Indicator Rod & Piston Assembly 2. 12. Units 9. Item No. 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 *59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 80 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 *91 B713-103 B713-104 B733-010 B733-014 B733-026 B743-016 B753-002 B803-025 B833-055 B893-034 B912-007 B993-017 B483-011 B123-003 B023-036 F023-038 F023-048 F023-049 F023-055 F023-088 F023-088 F023-120 F033-019 F082-2002 F082-2006 F082-2010 F082-2012 F082-2030 F082-2032 F082-2071 F082-2072 F082-2036 F082-2037 F082-2038 F082-2039 F082-2040 F082-2042 F082-2044 Valve Adaptor Cylinder Assembly Support Block (9" Stk. & Longer) Body Body Body Body Screw Foot Bracket Mounting Bracket (Optional) Pivot Bracket Bushing Bushing Sleeve Bushing Bushing (Seal) Bushing Bushing Bushing Bushing Cylinder Cover Balance Cylinder Assembly 2. 12.Must be specified on order   !!  ! !! !& !$ ' $ ' # !& !# "% " !! % &  ' " $ #% ' $ !% $ % "" $& $' ' " ' "# !  ' ! $ " ' !# " '  ' # # "& "& !# !$  $   "" % $% $& $' %    #  &  ! # $& !$  $   " Balance Cylinder Assembly for Par-Checks with 2". F183-004 F193-031 F233-005 F183-003 F023-044 F043-016 F252-003 F183-002 F043-015 F073-005 H072-05 H072-066 H076-02 H090-79 H096-62 H096-89 H100-41 H100-42 H100-45 H100-46 H100-49 H100-50 H104-20 H106-06 H122-02 H134-06 H134-12 H134-14 H134-16 H134-27 H134-33 H135-02 H135-12 H135-24 H136-24 H143-24 H143-73 H134-30 H194-04 H221-83 H237-04 H002-08 H060-01 H063-15 H062-34 H063-29 H175-64 Description Valve Needle Washer Manifold Block Valve Stem Spring Strap Fill Valve Assembly Valve Pin Support Strap (9" Stk. 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 *44 Part No. Units (Specify 6" Stk. Units & Longer) Support Rail Pin Rail Pin Close Nipple Retaining Ring Bolt Screw (9" Stk. Control Valve w/Skip Std. Units (Specify 6" Stk. Units & Longer) Nut Locknut Washer * = Specify Stroke † = Obsolete . 15 & 18" Stk. Control Valve (Basic) Precision Control Valve (Basic) Std.Replacement Tube for Units with Filter $ #! %  " " "$ ## "%   #'  C  % Optional . Control Valve w/Stop & Skip Precision Control Valve Precision Control Valve w/Skip Precision Control Valve w/Stop Precision Control Valve w/Stop & Skip High Speed Control Valve High Speed Control Valve w/Stop Skip Valve Assembly Balance Cylinder Tube Assembly 2. Control Valve Std. Part No. Control Valve w/Stop Std. 15 & 18" Stk.) Pivot Mounting Bracket Nut Nut Nut Nut Piston & Stem Assembly " ! *92 *93 94 †95 96 F153-047 F163-024 F163-025 F163-026 F163-027 97 F163-028 ! " "!  ' "& % & 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 135 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 Piston Piston & Stem Assembly Thread Protector Bypass Plug Plug (Check Valve) Plunger Seat Assembly Body Retainer Piston Rod Seal Poppet Assembly Spacer (Piston) Valve Sleeve Body Sleeve Adaptor Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring Spring (Check Valve) Valve Stem Stop Valve Assembly High Speed Control Valve (Basic) Std.

Series DA Par-Check Parts Drawings Assemblies with Control Valves Assemblies with Standard Control Valves Par-Check Assemblies with Precision Control Valves ' "& ''  & "  " ' #  & '' '" "  ' #" #  $ # "& "' #" #! %$  ' " Parts Drawings ! "& !! # $$  # !' %  ' "& #  ' $  ' $"  ' $! %! % '$ %% &" %& ' $& $  $& ''  &  '  " ' ' "& ' SKIP VALVE ASSEMBLY ! ! ''  & $ !  !!  $$ # ! "& # #  ' $ '" %  ' # "& $# %"  ' % '$ %% $  ' ''  & #" " $  ' STOP VALVE ASSEMBLY &# %" "& & #$ %$ & %" & "& & %$ $ ''  & #"  ' " " Pivot Mount ! !   ' % '" $  ' ! # "&   ' % '$ & %% $ "#  %  ' &$ ! %" ! %" "& & $ " "& & ''  & $& $ $& ''  &   ' PIVOT MOUNT ' !   ' % '" $  ' # "& %$ !   ' % '$ &! %% $  ' &% Assemblies with High Speed Control Valves "& & ! !% '% '& & !$ "& "' "& !  '% & ! $ %# %# %  ' !  ' $ $  '  $ && %! #  " #! %"  ' % !% %  ' $ &' For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. 70 .

C For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. PD and PS The easier. 3 1/2" to 5 1/2 RAM 3000 psi (206 BAR). ■ Maximum Output Pressures: 5/8" to 3" RAM .Fluid Power Intensifiers Series PC. less costly way to provide high pressure hydraulic power. ■ Maximum Input Pressures: Air . 71 .250 psi (17 BAR).1000 psi (69 BAR).5000 psi (345 BAR). ■ Maximum Operating Temperatures: -10°F to +165°F (-23°C) to (+74°C). Oil .

D. the pressure chamber is independently secured with studs so it can be easily removed without disassembling the complete intensifier. The smooth. A Cutoff Valve B Air Preparation Unit (Filter Regulator Lubricator-Gauge) C 4-Way Valve (Normally 2 Position) D 3-Way Valve E Cutoff Valve (For Balancing Tank Fluid Levels) F Advancing Tank (Air-Oil) G Retracting Tank (Air-Oil) H Intensifier I Work Cylinder This basic circuit is for a dual pressure system supplying pressure to a double-acting work system. Back-up washers prevent extrusion. embossing. 6. as well as several cylinder-to-cylinder models (above right). What’s more. because of the rugged dependability of Parker Intensifiers and the simpler circuitry required. shearing. molding. O-ring type for leak-proof service. cap and tie rods meet the most demanding applications. 8. since Parker Intensifiers produce high hydraulic pressure. straightening.Parker Fluidpower Intensifiers Designed to Save Energy. Serrated Lipseals® (Patent 2997318) are self-compensating and self-adjusting to provide leakproof ram seal for both high and low pressure operation. Parker Lipseal® piston seals are used with air. piston rings with hydraulic fluid. This flexibility makes them particularly useful hydraulic pressure sources on portable equipment. Time. Its operation is quite simple. since it requires only low pressure input and less costly control valving. 72 . 5. punching. forming. All high-pressure hydraulic ports are SAE straight thread. This means that you use less energy with less downtime and maintenance. welding and testing. heat generation and power consumption found in pump systems. of the glands. high-strength steel heads. The cylinder body is also piloted on the O. Seal by pressure O-rings serve as cylinder body-to-head seals prevent leaks. you can save space by using a smaller bore hydraulic cylinder in place of a larger bore air cylinder that is heavier and more costly. 10. 7. 1. 9 8 10 Finally. Space and Money in a Wide Variety of Applications. laminating. As a result. Fiber glass is used on 12" and 14" bore sizes. These abilities and benefits of Parker Fluidpower Intensifiers make them the ideal component in many applications. Pressurized fluid – either air or oil – enters the intensifier and acts on a confined piston. the Parker Intensifier can be mounted on or off the equipment and can even be integrally combined with the work cylinder. By using a Parker Intensifier you can save in many ways. The driving cylinder body is steel tubing with chromeplated bore for corrosionresistance in bore sizes 31/4" through 10". This in turn drives a smaller diameter ram or piston to deliver a given volume of fluid. valving and a large electrical power sources. First. riveting. you eliminate the constant motion. For servicing the high pressure ram seals. There are cylinder-to-ram units with capability for either single pressure or dual pressure service (left above). 1 2 3. wear-resistant surface of the chrome-plated and induction-hardened ram greatly lengthens seal life. The circuit may be readily For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. the output pressure is intensified and is considerably higher than the input pressure. to insure metal-tometal contact to support the seals. 3 4 2. Compact. For optimum strength and safety. Static O-ring seals prevent leaks past the O. 9. 4. You can use them for such operations as marking.D. The rugged one-piece iron piston is threaded and Loctited to the ram. Dual Pressure Circuit Parker Fluid Intensifiers are available in various sizes and configurations. Intensifier operation is speeded up by the free flow of fluid in and out of the unobstructed ports. the pressure chamber wall is made of extra thick steel tubing that is piloted in a counterbore and pressure-welded to the head. you eliminate the extra expense of high pressure pumps. The simpler mountings and controls also save you valuable installation time. 1 5 6 7 8 In addition. Here are the features you’ll find in every Parker Fluidpower Intensifier: A Parker Fluidpower Intensifier is an efficient way of generating high pressure hydraulic fluid.

A dual pressure intensifier is recommended if the high pressure is to be used only during the last portion of the work cylinder stroke. a single pressure intensifier is used when the hydraulic work cylinder requires a high pressure for the entire stroke or in test vessel applications. Intensifiers are generally faster operating when: a. At a predetermined point in the stroke length of the work cylinder. mechanically such as cams. is forced from tank through pressure chamber of retracted intensifier and into work cylinder.changed for other operating conditions such as single acting cylinder and single pressure delivery. proceed with Steps 4 and 5. pilot or solenoid. Vc = total volume x . The cylinder advances in stroke. select the driving cylinder bore size from column 1 and the ram diameter or driven cylinder bore size from column 3. use this formula: 2. 5" – 1500 psi. Ar For dual pressure intensifier. select a larger driving cylinder and ram having a similar intensifier ratio and recalculate stroke. This is the ratio of the available input fluid pressure and the output operating pressure required for the application. If the exact ratio is not shown. isolating tank F and supplying high pressure to work cylinder for its high thrust stroke. b. go to Step 6. For Parker Series 3L and 2H hydraulic cylinders. Generally. pressure switch. 73 . When valve C is shifted to position as shown. Since the output pressure is limited by the cylinder construction. 4. being driven by this incoming oil. correct to the next larger even inch. Oil. Bypass the intensifier with a pre-fill low pressure line by direct connection through a check valve to the pressure vessel. For cylinder-toram or cylinder-to-cylinder units. Regulate the driving pressure to the intensifier to achieve the required high pressure output. use the next larger ratio listed. Size hydraulic lines so that fluid flow velocity does not exceed 7 feet per second. Intensifiers are generally used in circuits where limited quantities of high pressure fluid is required. This may be done by pilot control. Vh = oil volume in cubic inches required to move the work cylinder piston through its high pressure stroke. Note: If the calculated intensifier stroke results in a fraction. use the following formula: Intensifier ratio = Output pressure Input pressure Step 2: Locate the intensifier ratio in column 5 of the appropriate chart on page 3. Where: V = Work cylinder volume or test vessel fluid requirement in cubic inches. 1 3 /4" – 2000 psi. For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II. How to Select Parker Fluidpower Intensifiers Step 1: Determine the intensifier ratio for your application. Consider the use of oversize ports and connecting lines. 2" – 2000 psi. Keep all piping lengths to a minimum by having the tanks. Vc = compressibility allowance of 1% per 1000 psi of total volume in cubic inches of oil in the high pressure circuit. determined from: C 5. the maximum pressures under nonshock conditions are: 3L Series: 11/2" – 2500 psi. A single pressure intensifier usually provides faster cylinder action because it does not need to change from low to high pressure but instead immediately supplies the high pressure. Step 4: Determine the type of cylinder-to-ram intensifier needed. The intensifier is pre-exhausted prior to the power stroke. usually the smallest driving cylinder bore size for a given intensifier ratio is the most economical answer. The recommended maximum stroke is 20". and to rod end side of intensifier piston. For single pressure intensifiers. 21/2" – 1800 psi. 8" – 900 psi Note: For cylinder-to-ram applications. valve D is synchronized to shift and direct air pressure to the intensifier to drive it in its power stroke. If a cylinder-to-cylinder unit is required. Vh + Vc Intensifier stroke = Ar + 2"* 3. 4" – 1350 psi. The ports and piping are large enough. The input pressure is introduced to the system through shop air lines to the 4-way directional control valve C. Step 5: Calculate the intensifier stroke. The method of synchronizing valve D to stroke length position of work cylinder is also optional. the cylinder should be selected using the maximum pressure to be developed under nonshock conditions. Step 3: On same horizontal line as ratio determined in Step 2. Ar = area of intensifier ram in square inches. *This 2" is the intensifier stroke advance necessary to close the high pressure seal on dual pressure intensifiers only. acted upon by air pressure. The work cylinder and intensifier are retracted by the shifting of valves C and D simultaneously to exhaust the intensifier and tank F. When more than one choice is possible. Step 6: For cylinder-to-cylinder intensifiers: Select the proper output cylinder. 6. Intensifier stroke = V + Vc d.01 x high pressure/1000. Oil from tank G retracts cylinder at low pressure. use the formula: c. to minimize pressure drop. or manually. air pressure is directed to tank G The operators for valves C and D are optional – mechanical. 6" – 1100 psi. limit switch. intensifier and pressure vessel as close together as possible. If stroke calculation results in longer than 20" stroke. General Guidelines 1. There is adequate input pressure. 2H Series: All bore sizes – 3000 psi. At the same time. manual. air is directed into air-oil tank F and to valve D.

10 Col.274 4. 5 Col.66 1633 2613 3266 2 3.00 200 320 400 800 2000* 4000* 3 7.621 11.85 1693 2708 3385 1 3/4 2. 7 Col.485 2. 1 Col.142 9.909 2.485 5.142 16.95 3197 5116 3 1/4 8.78 89 143 178 356 890 1780* 1 3/8 1.00 450 720 900 1800 4500 4 12.566 6.307 63.84 392 227 784 1568* 3920* 6 28.142 9.56 128 205 256 512 1280 2560* 1 .635 5.405 47.76 288 461 576 1152 2880* 5/8 .24 512 819 1024 2048 2 1/2 4.621 5. 11 3 1/4 1 1/2 1.11 356 569 711 1422 3555* 3450 2 3.76 288 461 576 1152 2880 5 19.785 10.04 102 163 204 408 1020 2040 5 19.45 273 436 545 1090 1725* 7 38. 6 Col.635 1 .01 1250 2000 2501 5002 4 12.909 10.Selection Sizing Fluidpower Intensifiers (Series PS and PD) Cylinder to Ram Intensifiers (Series PC) Cylinder to Cylinder Intensifiers Hydraulic Ram Area of Volume Displ.142 4. 2 Col.57 529 846 1057 2114 1 3/8 1.00 200 320 400 800 2000* 4000* 3 1/2 9.00 1800 2880 3600 2 1/2 4.23 262 418 523 1046 2615 3 1/4 8.485 13.635 1.621 2.00 800 1280 1600 3200 14 153. 5 Col.274 50.64 132 211 264 528 1320 5/8 .909 5.76 588 941 1176 2352 3 1/4 8.10 1 .405 11.25 313 500 625 1250 3125 2 1/2 4.540 1 3/8 1.069 16. 4 Col.405 5.00 200 320 400 800 2000* 4000* 2 3.265 Theoretical Intensified Hydraulic Pressure (PSI) Using An Input Pressure Of Intensifier Ratio Col.296 5/8 .36 1568 2509 3136 3 7.566 19.265 2 3. Per Intensifier Ratio Dia.00 450 720 900 1800* 4500* 5 19.24 512 819 1024 1048 8 50.909 2.621 16.909 10.142 16.02 2351 3761 4702 2 3.566 9.069 21.069 2.00 200 320 400 800 2000 4000 3 1/4 8.142 6.56 128 205 256 512 1280 2560* 1 1/2 1.274 50.00 800 1280 1600 3200 2 3.566 12.78 139 222 278 556 1390 2780 4 12. 9 Col. 4 Col.01 1800 2880 3601 6 28.94 147 235 294 588 1470 2940 3 1/4 8.37 119 190 237 474 1185 2370* 2 3.069 11.11 556 889 1111 2222 653 816 1632 3 1/2 9.142 48.25 113 180 225 450 1125* 2250* 3 7. 11 8.11 556 889 1111 2222 50 80 100 200 500 1000 Col.265 2.142 36.23 262 418 78.767 11.00 800 1280 1600 3200 3 7.10 1 3/8 1.00 200* 320* 400* 800* 2000* 4000* 8 50.44 72 115 144 188 720 1440 1 3/4 2.635 28. 1 Col.621 2.00 200 320 400 800 2000 4000* 2640 2 1/2 4.46 423 677 846 1692 4230 2 1/2 4.274 2.16 408 113.767 7.265 3.75 588 940 1175 2350 153.635 4.93 2046 3274 4093 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 12. 8 Col.635 7. 4080 Cylinder to Cylinder Intensifier – Series PC For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor.142 25.307 27.485 19.59 280 447 559 1118 2795 1 3/4 2.405 8. 9 Col.00 800 1280 1600 3200 3 1/2 9. 6 Col.45 173 276 345 690 1725 2 3.296 3.909 4.635 2.64 682 1091 1364 2728* 4 12. 74 2640* .767 4.785 36.47 474 758 947 1894 4735* 2 3. 2 Col.909 16.00 200 320 400 800 2000 4000 6 28.142 2.909 31.485 33.566 2.405 64.405 20.485 52.94 147* 235* 294* 588* 1470* 2940* 2 1/2 4.00 3200 5120 2 3.05 953 1524 1905 3810 2 1/2 4.296 13.296 12.00 800 1280 1600 3200* 1 3/4 2.485 4.405 3.909 16.485 8.296 6.25 113 180 225 450 1125 2250* 1 3/8 1.566 19.00 800 1280 1600 3200* 6 8 28.909 4.274 5.296 9.78 1089 1742 2178 4356 3 1/2 9.56 128 205 256 512 1280 2560 2 1/2 4.94 1 3/4 2.06 153 245 306 612 1530* 3060* 3 1/2 9.274 1.785 16.64 132 211 264 528 1320 1 1/2 1.25 313 500 625 1250 3125* 1 3/8 1.00 1250 2000 2500 5000 2 1/2 4.41 171 273 341 682 1705 3410* 1 .00 800 1280 1600 3200 7 38.25 313 500 625 1250 3125* 2 1/2 4.00 200 320 400 800 2000 4000 2 3.621 8.99 2449 3919 4899 2 1/2 4.540 113.142 6.22 661 1058 1322 2644 5 19. 3 3 1/4 Driving Cylinder Bore 4 5 Area 8.94 *Not recommended for Series 3L driven cylinder. 8 Col.11 356 569 711 1422 3555 4 12. 7 Col.69 235 375 469 938 2345 2 3.485 76.296 2.00 200 320 400 800 2000* 4000* 1 3/4 2.89 2644 4231 1 3/4 2.00 450 720 900 1800 4500* 2 1/2 4.25 613 980 1225 2450* 523 1046 1615 5 19.78 139 223 278 556 1390* 2780* 3 1/2 9.405 32.06 303 485 606 1212 3030* 3 7.069 4.785 64. 10 Col.566 4.142 2.76 288 460 576 1152 2880* 10 12 78. in Stroke Driving Cylinder Bore Area Theoretical Intensified Hydraulic Pressure (PSI) Using An Input Pressure Of Driving Cylinder Bore Area 50 80 100 200 500 1000 Col.307 40.909 5.069 7.04 1152 1843 2304 4608 3 7.909 23.03 3201 5122 1 3/8 1.02 1351 2161 2702 1 .785 25.16 408 653 816 1632 4080 2 3. use Series 2H.90 1045 1672 2090 4180 6 28. 3 Col.142 4.16 3808 1 3/4 2.

therefore. Input 3 Mounting Style HB Cap Square Flange This mounting available in driving cylinder bore sizes 8-inches through 14-inches.Dimensions and Mountings Fluidpower Intensifiers Parker Fluid Power Cylinder to Cylinder Intensifiers (Series PC) EE 1 Series PC Intensifiers consist of two cylinders joined into an integral unit with one piston driving a second piston of smaller diameter. I SAE STRAIGHT THREAD PORT LD + STROKE Bore 2 1 1/2 2 1/2 3 1/4 8 6 5 4 Series 2A & 3L LF + F Series 2A Only 2 2 1/2 3 3 3/4 4 1/2 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 14 3/4 F 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 3/4 – – – – J 1 1 1 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 2 2 1/4 K 7/32 17/64 17/64 21/64 21/64 7/16 7/16 35/64 41/64 41/64 3/4 R 1.3 15.87 TF 2 3/4 3 3/8 3 7/8 4 11/16 5 7/16 6 5/8 7 5/8 – – – – TT – – – – – – – 10. 3 E Mounting Style TC Cap Tie Rods Extended This mounting available in driving cylinder bore sizes 3 1/4-inches through 14-inches.6 5. These intensifiers are not self-bleeding or self-filling.4 1 1 1/8 1 1/8 BB J 14 E DD 2 PIPE TAPS NPTF STROKE 12 10 EE J Special Note: It is recommended that Series PC cylinder-to-cylinder intensifiers be mounted vertically with the smaller cylinder up.63 2.7 5.9 4.6 3.0 8.88 6.6 4.19 2.58 7.50 AA 2. MTG Styles are: TCA Cap End – Air Input TCL Cap End Hyd.92 9.05 2.55 3.7 18.3 15.1 11. C E EB 4 HOLES E 2 E 4 2 TT AA 1 E 2 E 4 2 AA LJ 4 3/8 4 3/8 4 1/2 5 1/4 5 1/2 6 7 1/8 8 9 TF 3 7/16 4 1/8 4 5/8 5 7/8 6 3/8 8 3/16 9 7/16 10 5/8 11 13/16 UF 4 1/8 5 1/8 5 5/8 7 1/8 7 5/8 9 3/4 11 1/4 12 5/8 14 Maximum non-shock pressure rating for Series “3L” and “2H” can be found on page 106. MTG Styles are: HBA – Air Input HBL – Hyd.25 3.40 10.57 9. 1 E 2 4 E 2 AA 3 E 2 Mounting Style H Cap Rectangular Flange This mounting available in driving cylinder bore sizes 3 1/4-inches through 6-inches.32 4.8 6.1 9.43 1.9 3.6 BB 1 3/8 2 5/16 2 5/16 3 3/16 3 5/8 4 1/8 4 1/2 DD J BB Bore 3/8-24 1 13/16 1 13/16 1/2-20 1/2-20 5/8-18 5/8-18 7/8-14 1-14 EE J 2 PIPE TAPS NPTF LJ + STROKE J E 2 1 1/8-12 1 1/4-12 T E SQ.76 3.2 13.95 5.02 2.40 11.90 AA 2. MTG Styles are: HA – Air Input HL – Hyd. Input EE 1 I SAE STRAIGHT THREAD PORT LD + STROKE EE 1 I SAE STRAIGHT THREAD PORT LD + STROKE 1 1/2 2 2 1/2 3 1/4 E 2 1/2 3 3 1/2 4 1/2 F 3/8 5/8 5/8 3/4 5 6 7 8 5 6 1/2 7 1/2 8 1/2 9 1/2 7/8 7/8 1 1 1 4 Series 2H J 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 3/4 1 3/4 1 3/4 2 2 1/4 2 1/2 K 21/64 7/16 7/16 35/64 35/64 3/4 55/64 31/32 1 1/16 EE J 2 PIPE TAPS NPTF LJ + STROKE R 1. 1 3/8 1 3/8 1 13/16 1 13/16 2 5/16 2 11/16 2 11/16 3 3/16 1/4-28 5/16-24 5/16-24 3/8-24 3/8-24 1/2-20 1/2-20 5/8-18 3/4-16 3/4-16 7/8-14 3/4 1 1 1 1/4 EE 3/8 3/8 3/8 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4 EE1 #6 #6 #6 #10 #10 #10 #12 #12 – – – EB – – – – – – – 11/16 13/16 13/16 15/16 FB 5/16 3/8 3/8 7/16 7/16 9/16 9/16 – – – – LD 2 5/8 2 5/8 2 3/4 3 3 3 1/4 3 1/2 3 5/8 4 5/8 5 1/8 5 7/8 LF 3 1/2 3 1/2 3 5/8 4 3/8 4 3/8 4 5/8 5 1/4 – – – – LJ 3 1/8 3 1/8 3 1/4 3 3/4 3 3/4 4 4 1/2 4 5/8 6 1/8 6 5/8 7 5/8 TE – – – – – – – 7.2 UF 3 3/8 4 1/8 4 5/8 5 1/2 6 1/4 7 5/8 8 5/8 – – – – UF TF E FB 4 HOLES R SQ. EE1 #10 #10 #10 #16 #16 #16 #16 #20 #24 1 FB 7/16 9/16 9/16 11//16 11/16 15/16 1 1/16 1 3/16 1 5/16 LD 3 3/8 3 3/8 3 1/2 4 4 1/4 4 3/4 5 5/8 6 1/4 7 LF 4 3/4 5 5 1/8 6 6 3/8 6 7/8 8 1/8 9 10 K DD E 2 R SQ.9 9.10 12.10 4. 75 . Input For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II.4 7.3 10.84 2.82 4.3 2.44 7. it is recommended that these tasks be done manually.7 13.1 3.73 6. EE 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4 3/4 3/4 1 1 1/4 1 1/2 R SQ. for the most effective operation.

the ram advances into the seal to close this “valve” and build up high pressure. With this arrangement and the proper mounting. allowing the low pressure the low pressure hydraulic fluid to flow through the port in the center head. 3 1/2. 2 3.3 15. G1 AB S 2 AO J 3 PIPE TAPS NPTF Special Notes: 1.44 7. 4 3 1/2.8 6.1 11. The fluid then goes past the ram and out the pressure chamber port to prefill and advance the work cylinder.9 9. 76 .FULL OIL LEVEL 11 7/8 12 1/2 13 1/8 19 16 1/2 16 LOW-REFILL HIGH .32 4. 5 5 1/2 2 1/2.40 10.76 3.7 5. 4 G2 CM CM DD EE1 EE1 E 2 2 SAE STRAIGHT THREAD PORTS E 2 2 SAE STRAIGHT THREAD PORTS 1 R SQ. 3 CM FI 1 14 1 3/8 STROKE MINUS BB 12 Series 2A Only TANK LENGTH + 2 x STROKE K STROKE MINUS 10 G1 G1 G2 8 SZ + LO + ZZ + TANK LENGTH + 2 x STROKE 3 1/4 Series 2A & 3L STROKE LO + STROKE TANK LENGTH + 2 x STROKE Bore 3 PIPE TAPS NPTF 2 1/2. 4 E 2 2 4 E 2 AH 3 3 E AT E Mounting Style TB Head Tie Rods Extended AO AO 1/2 1/2 5/8 5/8 11/16 7/8 7/8 AT 1/8 1/8 3/16 3/16 1/4 1/4 3/8 BB 1 3/8 1 3/8 DD 3/8-24 3/8-24 AB 3/8 1 13/16 1 13/16 2 5/16 2 11/16 2 11/16 3 3/16 1/2-20 1/2-20 5/8-18 3/4-16 3/4-16 7/8-14 EE 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4 3/4 1 1 1 1/4 EE1 #8 #8 #8 #8 #8 #12 #12 #16 FI 1 3/8 1 3/8 1 3/8 5 5 5 1/4 5 3/4 6 5/8 4 3/4 5 1/4 5 55/64 4 13/64 4 13/64 1 21/32 1 21/32 1 15/16 1 15/16 2 13/32 8 1/4 9 3/8 8 1/4 8 7/16 7 21/64 7 21/64 ZK 6 6 6 1/2 7 8 10 10 11 1/2 ZN 8 3/8 8 3/8 8 7/8 9 1/2 10 1/8 12 12 1/2 14 1/2 6 HOLES ZO 6 61/64 6 61/64 7 5 /16 9 41/64 10 9/64 11 3/4 ZS 9 29/64 9 29/64 10 5/16 10 15/16 11 11/64 13 41/64 14 9/64 16 1/4 ZZ 10 1/8 10 7/8 7 15/16 8 11/64 AL HIGH . 2 1/2 G1 1 3/4. Dimensions “BB” remains the same in all cases.Dimensions Mountings Fluidpower Intensifiers Parker Fluid Power Cylinder to Ram Dual Pressure Intensifiers (Series PD) Series PD Intensifiers are similar to the Series PS units except a center head has been added to retain another gland and a third ram seal. It is recommended that Series PD dual pressure intensifiers be mounted vertically with the pressure chamber down.2 13. 2 1 3/4. Actually.) AL LEVEL LOW-REFILL Dimensions Dependent on Ram Size J J EE EE 3 PIPE TAPS NPTF ZS + G1 5 4 6 Ram Sizes 2. 3 3 1/2 G2 1 3/4 1 3/4 1 3/4 2 2 2 1/4 2 1/4 CM 1 1/8 1 1/8 1 1/8 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 7/8 1 7/8 2 5/8 LO 7 3/4 7 3/4 8 9 9 1/8 10 7/8 11 3/8 13 5/8 SC 10 1/4 10 1/4 10 3/4 11 3/4 12 3/4 15 1/8 15 5/8 18 1/2 SZ 12 3/4 12 3/4 13 3/4 14 3/4 15 3/4 19 1/8 19 5/8 23 2 3/4 For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor.88 6. E 2 1 1 E 2 AA E 8 1 3/4 ZN + CM 6 Series 2A & 3L 4 1/2 STROKE STROKE MINUS 5 4 1 3/4 3 PIPE TAPS NPTF G1 3 1/4 6 HOLES AL G1 Bore 3 3/4 LO + ZO + Dimensions Independent of Ram Size E EE + 2 x STROKE 2.90 12 5/8 LO + SC + STROKE STROKE G1 + 2 x STROKE S 2 3/4 3 1/2 4 1/4 5 1/4 7 1/8 8 7/8 11 AA 3. When the ram is fully retracted. S 14 12 10 Series 2A Only 5 1/2 6 1/2 8 1/2 10 5/8 12 3/4 14 3/4 1 3/4 2 2 2 1/4 2 1/4 2 3/4 J J 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 2 2 1/4 EE K 3/8 3/8 7/16 7/16 9/16 11/16 11/16 3/4 R 2. E 2 4 G2 – – – – 2 2 2 1/4 – – – – 1 1/2 1 5/8 1 7/8 2 1/8 LO – – – – 9 1/8 10 5/8 11 3/8 13 1/8 SC – – – – 10 3/4 12 7/8 13 3/8 15 3/4 13 3/4 16 7/8 17 3/8 20 1/4 SZ E 4 2 2 AH 3 3 E AT E Mounting Style TB Head Tie Rods Extended with Integral Air-Oil Tank Mounting Style CB – End Angles with Integral AirOil Tanks 2 1/4 Ram Sizes E 2 AA E FI 2 1/2.FULL OIL 1 1/4 ZI S S 2 1 1/4 ST Mounting Style CB – End Angles (Styles TC – Cap Tie Rods Extended and TD – Both Ends Tie Rods Extended are also available.9 4.92 9. And these intensifiers may be used in either single or dual pressure circuits. As the circuit sequences. it withdraws from this third seal.10 4. 3 3 1/2. Series PD intensifiers are self-bleeding and self-filling.4 AB 9/16 9/16 11/16 13/16 13/16 1 1/16 1 1/16 1 5/16 1 15/16 2 1/4 2 3/4 3 1/4 4 1/4 5 5/16 6 3/8 7 3/8 1 3/8 1 3/8 1 13/16 2 1/8 2 1/8 2 7/16 1 1/16 G1 G2 G2 BB K AH STROKE MINUS DD CM EE1 E 2 2 SAE STRAIGHT THREAD PORTS EE1 2 SAE STRAIGHT THREAD PORTS R SQ. Series PD intensifiers have a maximum input pressure of 150 psi. When equipped with integral air-oil tanks. this third seal and the ram act as a check valve.

88 6. One seal on the ram gland works on the driving piston side. 2 1/2 2 1/2. 5 5 1/2 C EE1 Ram Sizes Mounting Style CB – End Angles G2 1 3/4 1 3/4 1 3/4 2 2 2 1/4 2 1/4 CP 1 1 1 3/4 3/4 1/2 1/2 0 LM 6 6 6 1/4 7 7 1/8 8 5/8 9 1/8 10 7/8 SM 8 1/2 8 1/2 9 9 3/4 10 3/4 12 7/8 13 3/8 15 3/4 2 3/4 For Cylinder Division Plant Locations – See Page II.2 13.44 7. Dimension “BB” remains the same in all cases.90 S 2 3/4 3 1/2 4 1/4 5 1/4 7 1/8 8 7/8 11 12 5/8 AA 3. 3 1/2.76 3. 1 Dimensions Independent of Ram Size Bore 3 1/4 4 5 6 8 E 3 3/4 4 1/2 5 1/2 G1 1 3/4 1 3/4 1 3/4 J 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 K 3/8 3/8 7/16 7/16 12 10 Series 2A & 3L E 2 14 3 10 5/8 12 3/4 14 3/4 2 2 2 1/4 2 1/4 2 3/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 2 2 2 1/4 9/16 11/16 11/16 3/4 R 2. 2 1 3/4.3 15.32 4. 4 G2 – – – – CP – – – – 3/4 3/4 1/2 1/2 LM – – – – 7 1/8 8 3/8 9 1/8 10 3/8 SM – – – – 8 3/4 10 5/8 11 1/8 13 2 2 2 1/4 2 1/4 2 1/2. 77 . are also available.Dimensions and Mountings Fluidpower Intensifiers Parker Fluid Power Cylinder to Ram Single Pressure Intensifiers (Series PS) Series PS Intensifier delivers a single pressure through a double acting piston driving a ram. and TD – Both Ends Tie Rods Extended.10 4. 3 3 1/2.9 9.4 AB 9/16 9/16 11/16 13/16 13/16 1 1/16 1 1/16 1 5/16 1 15/16 2 1/4 2 3/4 3 1/4 4 1/4 5 5/16 6 3/8 7 3/8 AH 4 Series 2A Only 8 1/2 6 1/2 E 2 AA AL 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 3/8 1 3/8 1 13/16 2 1/8 2 1/8 2 7/16 AO 1/2 1/2 5/8 5/8 11/16 7/8 7/8 1 1/16 AT 1/8 1/8 3/16 3/16 1/4 1/4 3/8 3/8 BB 1 3/8 1 3/8 DD 3/8-24 3/8-24 1 13/16 1 13/16 2 5/16 1/2-20 1/2-20 5/8-18 2 111/16 2 11/16 3 3/16 3/4-16 3/4-16 7/8-14 EE 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4 3/4 1 1 1 1/4 EE1 #8 #8 #8 #8 #8 #12 #12 #16 ZU 8 3/8 8 3/8 9 1/6 9 9/16 10 3/16 11 13/16 12 5/16 14 1/16 ZX 8 3/4 8 3/4 9 1/4 9 3/4 10 3/8 12 1/8 12 5/8 E Mounting Style TC Cap Tie Rods Extended (Style TB – Head Rods Extended.) S S 2 AO AB 6 HOLES AL AT J EE ZX +2 X STROKE 2 PIPE TAPS NPTF SM + STROKE LM + STROKE G1 14 3/8 G2 Dimensions Dependent on Ram Size CP + STROKE Bore 3 1/4 5 4 6 8 Series 2A & 3L 10 12 14 Series 2A Only 1 3/8 2.1 11. 4 3 1/2. 3 1 3/4. Since this intensifier is neither selfbleeding nor self-filling.8 6. 3 3 1/2. E 2 2 SAE STRAIGHT THREAD PORTS 1 E 2 AA E 4 2 AH 3 E Ram Sizes 2 1/2.40 10. 2 3. for best performance it is recommended that these tasks be performed manually. DD K BB J EE 2 PIPE TAPS NPTF ZU +2 X STROKE LM + STROKE Special Note: It is recommended that Series PS single pressure intensifiers be mounted vertically with the pressure chamber up.7 5.9 4. the other on the pressure chamber side. G1 G2 CP + STROKE EE1 2 SAE STRAIGHT THREAD PORTS E 2 R SQ.92 9.

h. This. (3000 PSI or PS. – TB. along with the driving cylinder bore size and stroke. 6. The products described herein. Driving Cylinder bore size g. Oil . 10. Intensifier series (PS. are subject to change by Parker Hannifin Corporation and its subsidiaries at any time without notice. safety and warning requirements of the application are met. 4. is solely responsible for making the final selection of the products and systems and assuring that all performance. 2H 2A (Air) PD. TC.) or HB or 3L Specify (900 to One Series 2500 PSI Only Maximum Depending on Bore Size Special Features S Use Only if Intensifier Varies From Catalog Intensifier Ram (or Driven Cylinder) Diameter Specify X From Dimension Tables Driving Cylinder Stroke Specify For PD Style See Note Below NOTE: PD style intensifiers require 2" additional stroke to seal the high pressure end. H Maximum) 3L* (HYD. Input pressure. It is provided so that you can check our order acknowledgement against your order. including without limitation. Specifications Maximum Input Pressures: Air . The chart here shows the elements of these model numbers. 12 or 14 Driving Driven Driving Cylinder Cylinder Cylinder Intensifier Mounting Style Operating Fluid Series PC Only Series CB. its subsidiaries and authorized distributors provide product and/or system options for further investigation by users having technical expertise. including consequences of any failure and review the information concerning the product or system in the current product catalog. through its own analysis and testing. This document and other information from Parker Hannifin Corporation. See Page 61. Driving cylinder stroke c. 78 .5000 psi (345 BAR). PC TD. When Ordering Fluid Power Intensifiers By Model Number Driving Cylinder Bore 3 1/4. Driving cylinder operating fluid medium e. availability and pricing. 3 1/2" to 5 1/2 RAM . 8. Quantity f. Mounting style – specify by using style letters given beneath dimension drawings.How To Order Parker Fluidpower Intensifiers How To Order a. designs. ! WARNING FAILURE OR IMPROPER SELECTION OR IMPROPER USE OF THE PRODUCTS AND/OR SYSTEMS DESCRIBED HEREIN OR RELATED ITEMS CAN CAUSE DEATH. PERSONAL INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE. output pressure and volume When ordering Parker Intensifiers. the user. Due to the variety of operating conditions and applications for these products or systems. It is important that you analyze all aspects of your application. Model Numbers Each Parker Fluidpower Intensifier has a model number. *3L supplied with cast iron piston rings unless otherwise specified. PD or PC) Note: Standard intensifiers are designed for use with petroleum base hydraulic oil.1000 psi (69 BAR).3000 psi (206 BAR). Maximum Operating Temperatures: -10°F to +165°F (-23°C) to (+74°C). If other fluids will be used. 5. Intensifier ram diameter (for cylinder-to-ram intensifiers) or Output cylinder bore (for cylinder-to-cylinder units) b. Maximum Output Pressures: 5/8" to 3" RAM . For additional information – call your local Parker Cylinder Distributor. please specify: d. specifications. is an accurate and coded description of the unit. please consult the factory.250 psi (17 BAR). product features.

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