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VOLUME -26 NUMBER 6
Publication Date: 06/1/2011
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Tolomatic Adds New Rod-Style Actuators
ERD electric rod-style actuators.
Hamel, MN — Tolomatic has expanded its new line of ERD electric rod-style actuators to make the line even more flexible. Enhancements such as ball screws, motor mounts for NEMA and metric stepper and servo motors, plus a guide option, make it possible to use ERD actuators in many more types of motion control applications.
Originally designed as an affordable replacement for pneumatic cylinders, the ERD has become a very economical actuator solution for applications such as product changeovers, pick-and-place, sorting and diverting, and heat-staking.
The addition of ball screw choices improves the force range of the ERD up to 200 lb. The combination of NEMA and metric motor mounts allows users to select their preferred brand of servo or stepper motor. All three sizes of the ERD are available with an optional external guide system that prevents rod deflection and rotation during operation. The guide also has a tooling plate for mounting hardware.
For more than 50 years, Tolomatic has been a leading supplier of electric linear actuators, pneumatic actuators and power transmission products for factory automation. Its extensive product line also includes servo-driven high-thrust actuators, servo motors, and stepper motors, stepper drives and configured linear-motion systems.
The company's electric linear and pneumatic actuators are used in a variety of industries, including the packaging, material handling, medical, food processing, automotive, semiconductor and general automation industries.
Contact: Tolomatic, 3800 County Road 116, Hamel, MN
763-478-4372 fax: 763-478-4309 Web:
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