Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT (GMT -4, New York)
Duration: 1 Hour
Event Type: Live Webinar
This webinar will give an in-depth look at the following value-added features and examine foundry and diecasting process applications where they might best be applied:
- High Load Pistons
- High Load Rod Bearings
- Metallic Scrapers
- Shed Seal
- Teflon Coated Seals
- Special Coatings (Internal and External)
- Rod Boots
- Engineering assistance
Peninsular Cylinder has been designing, engineering and building hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders since 1948. It has developed an industry reputation for manufacturing actuators that thrive in highly destructive processes: 40% of products are supplied for customers’ special requirements. Its registered quality system is guided by the latest ISO 9001:2015 standards to ensure those cylinders are built right the first time and go the distance once installed in the field. They have helped customers to achieve optimal performance when challenged with difficult applications, such as:
- Extreme side load conditions
- Ambient temperatures from -50f to 600f
- High shock conditions exceeding 15,000 psi
- Dry non-lube conditions in pneumatic actuation
- Contaminated environments
Though their cylinders are found in virtually every industry, some of the primary fields where they shine include: material handling, oil and gas, machine tool, steel and foundry, lumber and wood, metal forming and many more.
William (Bill) Tyler, National Sales & Marketing Manager, Peninsular Cylinder
Bill Tyler started his career in 1973 as a machine operator and shortly after completed his training to become a journeyman machinist. Simultaneously studied Industrial Engineering at Purdue University and received a B.S. in Business from St. Joseph’s College. Bill’s organizational mission is and has always been to foster a culture of world class customer satisfaction with engineered value.
This webinar will be conducted using a slides-and-audio format. After you complete your registration, you will receive a confirmation email with details for joining the webinar.
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