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February 8, 2011
Contact:  Jaclyn Deter
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Conveyor Stop Cylinders Deliver More Power in Smaller Package
Nason SC Cylinder Series offers 60 KSI tensile strength bearing for maximum stopping power

Walhalla, S.C. — Nason, a manufacturer of pneumatic and hydraulic products, introduces the new SC Series of conveyor stop cylinders, which delivers more power in a smaller package.

Nason's SC Series conveyer stop cylinders are designed for today's most demanding conveyor systems. This pneumatic stop cylinder provides more stopping power in a smaller package, making it ideal for demanding applications where space is limited and stopping power must be high. SC Series cylinders were designed to be easily customized to the exact needs of today's design engineers.
  • The SC series incorporates a 60,000 PSI tensile strength bearing with an oversized 100,000 PSI yield strength rod for maximum stopping power.
  • Nason is able to fit a larger bore size into the same package as comparable competitive products.
  • Five bore sizes are available with a variety of strokes and rod options to ensure a perfect fit for each application.
  • Other features include: piston position sensing, side or face mounting, and a variety of mounting flanges.

To receive more information, please visit www.nasonptc.com or call our technical sales staff at Nason, 1.800. 229.4955.


About Nason: For more than six decades, Nason has provided pneumatic and hydraulic pressure devices to the industrial, military, marine, and mobile hydraulics fields. Providing new thinking, Nason delivers custom engineered switches and compact, stronger cylinders and actuators to match the exact needs of the given application. Nason offers the widest range of switch options, including set points, fluid and electrical connections, switch circuitry, current ratings, severe service, and more. Privately owned and operated, Nason's 50,000 square foot manufacturing facility is located on a 40 acre campus in Upstate South Carolina. For more information, visit www.nasonptc.com.