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Speed Controllers with One-Touch Fitting

Posted on: June 18th, 2013 | Category: SMC Pneumatics


New design reduces labour time! Features Easy to use Push-lock Type Larger Handle Improved Tube Insertion/Removal – Insertion Force: 30% max (1.8 lbf (8N)) Reduction – Removal Force: 20% max (1.1 lbf (5N)) Reduction Standard… Continue Reading

Electric Actuator Product Line-up

Posted on: March 5th, 2013| Category: SMC Pneumatics


High Precision Positioning & Repeatability LEF – Slider type actuator The LEF series slider type electric actuator features a low profile height of 46mm (LEF16). The actuator’s main body can be mounted without removing any exterior… Continue Reading

ZFC In-line Air Suction Filter

Posted on: January 4th, 2013 | Category: SMC Pneumatics


Prevent trouble in equipment caused by contaminants in the air Series ZFC5* and ZFC7* are in-line air filters that prevent trouble in equipment caused by contaminants in the air.  Both positive pressure and vacuum pressure can be… Continue Reading

ZP2V Vacuum Saving Valve

Posted on: January 4th, 2013 | Category: SMC Pneumatics


Restrict the reduction of vacuum pressure when there is no work piece. ZP2V is a vacuum saving valve that when multiple vacuum pads are operated by one vacuum generator, and some of them are not… Continue Reading

CKZN2 Power Clamp Cylinder

Posted on: July 3rd, 2012 | Category: SMC Pneumatics


Conforming to the New NAAMS Standard SMC’s CKZ2N power clamp cylinder conforms to the new NAAMS standard. The rounded cover design and release button with minimal protrusion, reduce weld spatter accumulation. The arm opening angle… Continue Reading


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