single-acting

single-acting

adj
(Mechanical Engineering) (of a reciprocating engine or pump) having a piston or pistons that are pressurized on one side only. Compare double-acting1
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It was described as being 50 inches tall, raised and lowered hydraulically by two single-acting lift cylinders.
They will be available In single-acting, normally-open, closed or double-acting formats.
The economical ROC-LOC needs merely 60 pounds per square inch of air pressure, and has two single-acting airbags to keep each arm in the hold position.
Versatile, robust and easy to install, the single-acting, pneumatically operated expansion grippers handle lightweight parts with small dimensions and can be integrated into complex gripper systems.
This research is concerned with the study of the interaction of single-acting crank pump with the damless pitch-blade hydroturbine exciting its vibrations with the limited power.
Single-acting hydraulic clamps for quick mold change (QMC) are new from EAS Mold and Die Change Systems, Menomonee Falls, Wis.
The single-acting C05S cylinder is available in 8, 12, 20, 32, 50 and 63 bore sizes with strokes up to 10 mm.
Suitable for a variety of applications, including oil and gas and chemical processing, the 3400IQ controls the position of single-acting and double-acting valve actuators with linear or rotary mountings.
The Safety Spring option, available for the C79P through the G79P line of single-acting pneumatic actuators, allows for the removal of the end caps for maintenance or changing of the fail orientation.
The press brake ram is supported by springs and uses two single-acting hydraulic cylinders.
Compression molding presses are featured in this four-page, four-color brochure, including new, rebuilt, post, slab side, vacuum, up-acting, down-acting, single-acting, double-acting, electric platen, steam platen and hot oil platen presses, press hydraulic systems and press controls.
The Copar unit is available in single-acting or double-acting design, both providing the force necessary to operate process control ball, butterfly, and throttle-type valves, not only to their fully open or closed positions, but also to intermediate positions by means of closed-loop positioning technology.

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