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Solutions for Industrial Automation

PHD offers a diverse spectrum of built-to-need actuators, OEM drop-in components, electric actuators, specialty workholding clamps, and motion control robots. Long life and superior design have become hallmarks of the PHD brand. From single actuators to multi-unit systems, PHD prides itself in creating total solutions for virtually any application requirement, complete with prompt delivery and dedicated support.

PHD Pneu-Connect

The power density of pneumatics allows for a superior performance to weight ratio when compared to some electric alternatives. This inherent property allows for lighter, non-payload robbing end-effectors, ideal for robotic applications. Additionally, when properly controlled, the compressibility of air provides intrinsically safe, back-drivable actuation capability.

ISO Cylinder

Series CV Pneumatic ISO Cylinders are full-featured, ISO and VDMA standardized linear actuators for superior performance. Optional Port Controls® regulate speed through the entire stroke and an optional Rodlok holds the rod in place wherever desired. A PTFE wear ring is included for greater support and increased actuator life

Workholding Clamp

Series GRM Pneumatic Workholding Clamps are ideal for sheet metal clamping and feature a simple design, high clamp force, and durability. Series GRM Workholding Clamps are designed to offer the best price, design, and delivery for solutions involving the transfer of sheet metal or other like objects.

Micro Gripper

Series GRV Angular Pneumatic Micro Grippers provide high precision, moment capacity, and grip force in a small rugged package. These micro grippers are designed to provide a high level of performance and a long operating life as end effectors for a wide range of small pick and place applications.

Rotary Actuator

Series 1000-8000 Heavy Duty Pneumatic & Hydraulic Rotary Actuators feature heavy duty construction, and may be powered either pneumatically or hydraulically. These units have a wide range of rotations, options, and shaft configurations allowing them to be configured for most rotary applications.

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