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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive
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Festo core product range Covers 80% of your automation tasks Worldwide: Always in stock Superb: Festo quality at an attractive price Easy: Simplified procurement and warehousing q Generally ready for dispatch from the factory within 24 hours In stock at 13 Service Centres worldwide More than 2200 products W Generally ready for dispatch from the factory within 5 days Assembled for you at 4 Service Centres worldwide Up to 6 x 1012 variants per product family

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Key features At a glance The electric cylinder ESBF is a mechanical linear drive unit with piston rod. The drive component consists of an electrically actuated spindle that converts the rotary motion of the motor into linear motion of the piston rod. The electric cylinder is based on the ISO 15552 standard. The mechanical interfaces are largely compatible with the standards-based cylinder DSBF. The lead screws have lifetime lubrication and are thus maintenance-free. Two spindle types to choose from: Size 32 ... 50: - Ball screw (BS) - Lead screw (LS) Size 63 ... 100: - Ball screw (BS)...

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Bellows kit EADB for use in wet environments The electric cylinder to IP65 fulfils the requirements of IEC 60529. Air is exchanged between the interior of the cylinder and the environment via a pressure compensation hole [1]. This prevents negative pressure or overpressure arising in the interior of the cylinder. It also prevents unwanted media being drawn in. Sealing air can also be connected to the pressure compensation hole if required (e.g. during a cleaning process). NSF-H1 lubricant for food & beverage applications (feature F1) The electric...

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Mounting attachments and accessories 1) Indicates which accessories can be used within the entire force range. For restricted force ranges see the relevant accessory part, from page 48

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive 1) Indicates which accessories can be used within the entire force range. For restricted force ranges see the relevant accessory part, from page 48.

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Data sheet Function o-I- Size 32 ... 100 Stroke length 30 ... 1500 mm www.festo.com General technical data Size Mechanical data - Ball screw Size 1) The pressure force is dependent on the stroke and has an effect on the service life a page 10 2) On the drive shaft 3) In new condition 4) At a rotational speed of the spindle of 200 rpm

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Total moving mass mbtotal: l mb = mb0 + mb!0 ' ' Total weight mt()tai: l m = m0+m10- — I = stroke

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Operating and environmental conditions

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Sectional view Lateral force Fq as a function of stroke length l On the piston rod On the drive shaft

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Data sheet Max. pressure force F as a function of piston rod length I (I = stroke + optional piston rod extension) Dependent on the stroke, the pressure force must be limited due to possible buckling. This does not affect the tensile force.

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Max. pressure force F as a function of piston rod length I (I = stroke + optional piston rod extension) Dependent on the stroke, the pressure force must be limited due to possible buckling. This does not affect the tensile force. For lead screw ESBF-LS-...

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Max. feed speed v as a function of stroke length I For ball screw ESBF-BS-40-...

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Maximum feed force F as a function of feed speed v For ball screw ESBF-BS-32-... Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Data sheet Maximum feed force F as a function of feed speed v For lead screw ESBF-LS-... ESBF-LS-32 ESBF-LS-40 ESBF-LS-50 Service life • The service life of the electric cylinder depends largely on that of the lead screw. The operating coefficient plays a considerable role in determining the possible service life, and can be determined with the help of the table (a page 15) • The operating coefficient for the variant ESBF-...-F1 (NSF-H1 lubricant for food & beverage applications) matches that of the standard type • The service life ends when the...

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Service life Mean feed force Fxm as a function of running performance L, with an operating coefficient fB of 1.0, at room temperature For ball screw ESBF-BS-50-... ESBF-BS-63-... 1) Movement from position A to B with acceleration and deceleration to a standstill. 2) Two load cycles to return to starting point

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Mfriction = Friction torque Mno-load = No-load driving torque MV = Friction torque as a function of feed speed Mdrive = Required driving torque Mfriction = Friction torque Meff = Effective torque The friction losses comprise the Mfriction = Mno-load + MV no-load driving torque and the speed-dependent friction losses. Driving torque The driving torque required for the Mdrive = Mfriction + Meff cylinder comprises the friction torque and the effective torque. 1) Corresponds to the driving torque required without load at a rotational speed of the...

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Friction torque Mv as a function of feed speed v For ball screw ESBF-BS-32-... ESBF-BS-40-...

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Data sheet Friction torque Mv as a function of feed speed v For lead screw ESBF-LS-... ESBF-LS-32 ESBF-LS-40 ESBF-LS-50 Effective torque Meff as a function of feed force F For ball screw ESBF-BS-32-... d Internet: www.festo.com/catalogue/...

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Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Data sheet Effective torque Meff as a function of feed force F For ball screw ESBF-80 ESBF-BS-80-... For lead screw ESBF-LS-... d Internet: www.festo.com/catalogue/...

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Download CAD data a www.festo.com Electric cylinders ESBF, with spindle drive Data sheet Dimensions + = plus stroke length Size

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