Specialty Equipment – Secondary Battery
SMC has designed a variety of products to be used in secondary battery manufacturing applications. Actuators, valves and airline equipment are just a few on the types of products that have been designed using materials compatible with secondary battery applications as well as products to be used in a low dew point environment.
SMC has improved product performance and reliability with the redesigned SY series valve. The SY5000 have the same valve width as their predecessors, but the flow has been increased by up to 80%, allowing the valve size to be reduced. A built-in strainer in the pilot valve prevents trouble caused by foreign matter. By using H-NBR seal material for the main valve and seals, Ozone resistance has been improved. Side, top and bottom port/pipe directions are available to allow flexible installation. The SY is available in body ported or base mounted styles, and can be used individually or manifold mounted.
- Flow rate up to 1.0 Cv
- Possible to drive cylinders up to ø63 at 300 mm/s
- Low power consumption (0.35 w standard)
- Improved safety with slide locking manual override
- Quick response time - 10 ms
- Copper and Zinc Free
To further compliment an abundant line of air preparation and connector equipment, SMC offers a selection of digital pressure, vacuum, and flow sensors.
The 25A-CQ2 option is the Copper and Zinc Free version of the best-selling CQ2 series. The series is available in 15 bore sizes from 12mm to 200mm and several options in order to meet various applications. It comes standard with male or female piston rod threads. It is possible to mount auto switches on any of the 4 surfaces.
Series MGP is designed for high side load applications found in material handling, lifting and stopping. The 25A- series variations eliminates copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn) materials where possible, making it compatible with secondary battery manufacturing for electronics, automotive, and other vehicle types. The cylinder utilizes an ultra-compact design by incorporating the cylinder body as part of the guide body. As the stroke length increases, so does the bearing length, thus enhancing the cylinder's load bearing capacity.