Overview of Hydraulic Cylinder

In this modern world, with all the latest technology in machinery, the use of hydraulic cylinders played a major role in a variety of applications. 

A cylinder is designed in two different styles the first one is known as a tie rod cylinder or one that uses reinforced and threaded steel rods to connect the end caps to the cylinder barrel. 

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Popular type of such design is a small bore cylinder with the typical four tie rods and big bore cylinders which often contain at least 16 tie rods to make it function properly.

Hydraulic cylinders usually consist of 4 or 5 components such as tubes, Piston (optional), Rod, Gland, End caps. The barrel of the cylinder is the area where the piston makes back and forth movement .  

On the side of the generator, hydraulic pumps are found. This pump is tasked to bring the right amount of oil to the bottom of the cylinder. Oil makes the piston rod move in an upward motion. Another part of the cylinder is seals, cushions and cylinder bottom connection.

These designs are particularly advantageous in some equipment including bulldozers, excavators and road graders for construction as well as a fork lift truck and a lift gate for materials handling.