How to Convert Hydraulic Actuators to Electric

Tolomatic offers the most capable product line of industrial-strength electric actuators.

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Tolomatic’s expansive and ever-expanding Electric Actuator product line ranges in forces up to 50,000 lbf, ingress protection (IP) options, flexible screw technology (roller or ball screw) options, stainless steel / hygienic options, and compact integrated servo actuator options. With Tolomatic’s very popular Your Motor Here program, just about any 3rd party servo motor can be mounted to one of our actuators.

Advantages of Converting Hydraulic to Electric Linear Motion

Hydraulic cylinders, known for their high force at an affordable cost, have been widely used in factory automation equipment and other special automation equipment for decades. Hydraulics are rugged, relatively simple to deploy and provide a low cost per unit of force. What is sometimes not as well known is that electric rod actuators (cylinders) also have very large force capacities and offer improved system flexibility, precision & reliability. These advancements in electric rod actuators have created an ongoing debate over which technology, hydraulic cylinders or electric actuators, offers the best overall solution.

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