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Product catalogIndustrial hydraulicsPart 3: Cylinders

1Product catalogIndustrial hydraulicsPart 3: CylindersProduct catalogs Industrial hydraulics of Bosch Rexroth at a glance:Part 1:PumpsRE 00112-01Part 2MotorsRE 00112-02Part 3:CylindersRE 00112-03Part 4:On/off valvesRE 00112-04Part 5:Proportional servo valvesRE 00112-05Part 6:ElectronicsRE 00112-06Part 7:SystemsRE 00112-07Part 8:Power units, Manifolds and plates, AccumulatorsRE 00112-08Part 9:FiltersRE 00112-09Part 10:ATEX units for potentially explosive atmospheresRE 00112-10For the latest product information from Bosch Rexroth, please visit our 00112-03, edition: 2013-08, Bosch Rexroth AG

2PublisherBosch Rexroth AGZum Eisengießer 197816 Lohr, GermanyPhone 49(0)9352/18-0Fax h.comCatalog No.Document no.: RE 00112-03Material no.: R999000304Edition: 2013-08Replaces: RE 00112-06 2008-11Reprints and translation, in whole or in part, only with the publisher s prior consent.Subject to revision.Should you have queries with regard to the products in this catalog, please contact theRexroth sales partner in your Rexroth AG, RE 00112-03, edition: 2013-08

3Contents CylindersContents51412Tie rod cylinder3653Cylinder accessories5954GeneralMill type cylinderRE 00112-03, edition: 2013-08, Bosch Rexroth AG

4Bosch Rexroth AG, RE 00112-03, edition: 2013-08

5Contents General CylinderGeneralDesignationData sheetPage070087Installation, commissioning and maintenanceGeneral product information on hydraulic products12345RE 00112-03, edition: 2013-08, Bosch Rexroth AG

6Bosch Rexroth AG, RE 00112-03, edition: 2013-08

7General product information onhydraulic productsDEENFRITFIESNLSVPTDAELRE 07008/02.05Ihre Sprache? – Siehe Rückseite!Your language? – See back page!Votre langue ? – Voir au dos !La vostra lingua? – Vedi retro!Kohdekielet? – Katso takankatta!¿Su idioma? – ¡Vea al dorso!Uw taal? – Zie achterzijde!Ditt sprak? – Se omslagets baksida!O seu idioma? – Consulte a contracapa!Dit sprog? – Se bagside!Η γλώσσα σαρ; – Βλέπε πίσω πλευρά!1/32

82/32Bosch Rexroth AGHydraulicsContents12345678General product informationPageImportant basic information41.1Conventions used in this product information41.2What you need to know about this product information41.3The contents of this product information4Scope of delivery and responsibilities52.1Scope of delivery and responsibilities of Bosch Rexroth52.2Responsibilities of the plant operator52.3Liability, guarantee, warranty62.4Copyright6Important basic safety instructions73.1What to do in an emergency73.2Safety labelling on the hydraulic product73.3Proper use73.4Requirements for personnel, duty of care83.5General ancillary dangers and protective measureswhen operating hydraulic products9Technical data and ambient conditions114.1Information about pressure fluids114.2Ambient conditions11What you need to know about pressure fluids135.1How to handle pressure fluids safely135.2Functions and effectiveness135.3Viscosity135.4Leakage fluid145.5Topping up/refilling14Construction and mode of operation of a hydraulic system156.1Definitions of terms156.2Schematic156.3Safety concept15Moving hydraulic units/components16Storage and longer standstills168.1Hydraulic systems - subsequent bringing into use after storage168.2Seals, hoses and hose lines17RE 07008

9RE 07008General product informationHydraulicsBosch Rexroth AGContents910111213143/32PageAssembly and bringing into first use189.1Safety advice for assembly and bringing into first use18 19.2Before bringing into first use189.3Bringing into first use, subsequent bringing into use19Operation22Trouble-shooting2211.1What to do in the event of a fault2211.2The basic approach to trouble-shooting2211.3Trouble-shooting tables23Maintenance2412.1Definitions of terms2412.2Safety during maintenance tasks2412.3Inspection and servicing2512.4Service and storage lives of hose lines2812.5Topping up the pressure fluid2912.6Servicing pressure accumulators2912.7Repair29General information about hydraulic pressure accumulators3013.1General3013.2Safety devices relating to hydraulic pressure accumulators30Hydraulic systems3114.131Effects of leaks in the hydraulic system on the machine

104/321Bosch Rexroth AGHydraulicsImportant basic informationGeneral product informationRE 07008Observing the product information and Operating Instructions¾ reduces downtimes and maintenance costs1.1Conventions used in this productinformationCross-references are printed in italics.DANGERThis symbol indicates a threat of danger which will resultdirectly in death or very serious injury if not avoided.WARNINGThis symbol indicates a threat of danger which may resultin death or very serious injury if not avoided.CAUTIONThis symbol indicates possible danger which may lead tominor or serious injury and/or to material damage.¾ increases the service life of your hydraulic products.The Operating Instructions must be directly accessible to oneof the personnel at the hydraulic product and kept readily available at all times in a place known to the personnel.The Operating Instructions must be read and understood andall its provisions observed by those responsible and by theoperative personnel. We recommend that a record is made inwriting of the employees’ familiarisation with all the relevantparts.The cross-references to directives, standards and regulationscontained in this product information refer to the versions current at the time of writing of this product information, which canbe obtained from the title page of this product information.1.3The contents of this product informationIn addition to this document, product information for Rexrothhydraulic products normally includes Operating Instructionsconsisting of three parts:¾ Part I, the general Operating Instructions for the relevantclass of products¾ Part II, the Technical DatasheetIMPORTANTThis symbol indicates additional information.1.2What you need to know about thisproduct information¾ Part III, the Product- and Application-specific OperatingInstructions.If you do not have all three parts, please request the missingpart from Bosch Rexroth. Only if all the information containedin all parts of the three-part Operating Instructions is observedcan safe operation of Rexroth hydraulic products be ensured.This product information applies to the following types ofhydraulic products:Specific cross-references are used to draw your attention toinformation that you can find in the Operating Instructions.¾ Hydraulic componentsThe Operating Instructions contain detailed information aboutthe product, including¾ Hydraulic power units¾ Hydraulic systems.¾ Information about the scope of deliveryThis product information applies exclusively to hydraulic products that are operated with mineral-oil-based pressure fluids, ifthe Operating Instructions do not expressly permit the use ofother pressure fluids.¾ Technical data and operating limitsIMPORTANT¾ Layouts, drawingsAs this product information for Rexroth hydraulic productsapplies in a general sense, some of the content may not necessarily apply to the hydraulic product you have purchased.¾ Parts lists if appropriate¾ Safety instructionsHowever, only by strictly observing this product informationand the Operating Instructions can accidents be preventedand problem-free operation of your Rexroth hydraulic productbe guaranteed.¾ Information about bringing into (first) use and maintenance¾ Information about the mode of operation¾ Information about replacement parts and accessories.

11RE 07008General product informationHydraulicsBosch Rexroth AG5/322Scope of delivery and responsibilitiesInstallation of Rexroth hydraulic products in a machine or system may increase this value, and if so, the manufacturer of themachine/system must document this.2.1Scope of delivery and responsibilities ofBosch RexrothAt or above 85 dB(A), the plant operator must make suitablehearing protection available to the personnel.1Rexroth hydraulic products fulfil all safety requirements applicable to fluid power systems and their components.IMPORTANTFor the scope of delivery and the responsibilities ofBosch Rexroth with respect to the product, please refer to theProduct-specific Operating Instructions.2.2Responsibilities of the plant operatorCAUTIONIf Rexroth hydraulic products are positioned in the vicinityof sources of ignition or strong radiators of heat, protection must be put in place that would prevent any escapingpressure fluid from igniting and the hose lines from agingprematurely.Mineral-oil-based pressure fluid is hazardous to water andflammable. It may only be used if the relevant safety datasheet from the manufacturer is available and all the measures stipulated therein have been implemented.If there is a risk of fluid leaking from the hydraulic product and contaminating water or the ground, the hydraulicproduct in question must be placed in a suitable collecting trough. In connection with this, the applicable statutoryregulations must be observed.You must also observe the EU directives for the use of workequipment (Directive 89/391/EC) and the associated individual directives, especially Directive 1999/92/EC for the protectionfrom the danger arising from potentially explosive atmospheresand their implementations in national legislation. The legislation contains minimum requirements with respect to the makingavailable by the employer of work equipment and for the useof work equipment by employees at work, including the regulations for operating equipment requiring supervision and theobligation to produce explosion protection documentation. Thisinvolves, for example, dividing areas endangered by potentiallyexplosive atmospheres into zones and specifying suitable workequipment and procedures for these areas.2.2.1 Noise protectionThe A-weighted equivalent continuous sound power level ofRexroth hydraulic products can be obtained from the relevantOperating Instructions. If no values are documented then it canbe taken that the value is less than 70 dB(A).2.2.2 Special points concerning the installation ofcertain productsA Rexroth hydraulic product is intended above all for installation in machines, systems and power units as a part machineor a component for installation into another machine or systemand is not a complete machine in the sense of the EU directive.In addition to the Machinery Directive, still further directivesmay apply, such as the Pressure Equipment Directive or theExplosion Protection Directive.A wide range of dangers can arise from the combined actionsof the hydraulic product and the machine or system in whichthe hydraulic product is installed. Therefore you must alwaysmake sure that the hydraulic product is also suitable withoutrestriction for the proposed application at the installation location. The interfaces with the overall machine and the operating conditions are also of the greatest importance. We recommend that the results of the hazard analysis (risk assessment)of the overall machine are taken into account in the design ofthe hydraulic product.The functioning of the hydraulic product is also influenced bythe machine or system in which it is installed.For this reason, you must also always observe the OperatingInstructions of the overall system in which your hydraulic product is installed. It is most important for you to also consider thepossible use of the hydraulic product in a potentially explosiveatmosphere (see 94/9/EC).IMPORTANTBosch Rexroth points out that, at the time of their first introduction on to the market, hydraulic products comply with therequirements of all relevant EU directives and/or their implementation into national legislation in Germany. If the scope ofdelivery is intended to be installed in a machine or system, thenthe Machinery Directive applies as appropriate – including thethen currently applicable amendments – in that the scope ofdelivery does not necessarily comply with the requirementsof the Machinery Directive because the scope of delivery isintended for installation in a machine or because the scope ofdelivery is intended for combination with other machines into amachine or a hydraulic system.The bringing into use of the scope of delivery shall therefore not be permitted until the machine or system in which thescope of delivery is to be installed or of which it represents acomponent complies with the requirements of all relevant EUdirectives.Details of further responsibilities can be found in3 Important basic safety instructions and in the OperatingInstructions.

126/322.3Bosch Rexroth AGHydraulicsLiability, guarantee, warrantyBosch Rexroth shall not be liable for damages that result fromnon-compliance with or disregard of these and other parts ofthe Operating Instructions.Unauthorised tampering shall render the warranty null and void.Bosch Rexroth shall only be liable if the scope of delivery wasshown to be defective. Bosch Rexroth shall not be liable if adeficiency occurs that involves parts having been replaced bythe customer with equivalent but not identical parts as specified by the manufacturer.Please refer to our general terms of supply or your contract fordetails of the guarantee and manufacturer’s warranty.2.4CopyrightThis product information may only be reproduced – electronically or mechanically, in whole or in part – with the express written permission of Bosch Rexroth. It may likewise not be distributed, amended, transmitted, translated into another languageor employed or copied for other purposes or by other partieswithout such consent.General product informationRE 07008

13RE 0700833.1General product informationHydraulicsBosch Rexroth AG7/32Important basic safety instructionsIMPORTANTWhat to do in an emergencyThe hydraulic product shall be operated exclusively with pressure fluids complying with DIN 51524. Where other pressurefluids are permitted, for example brake fluids for brake valves,this is specially mentioned in the Operating Instructions.In the event of an emergency, fault or other abnormal occurrences:1.Switch off the hydraulic system.2.Secure the main switch against being unintentionallyswitched on again.3.Secure the danger area so that no one can enter the danger area unknowingly or uncontrolled.4.Notify the relevant specialist personnel immediately.5.In the event of fire, observe the provisions of the safetydatasheets issued by the manufacturer of the pressurefluid and the fire precautions specifically applicable toyour place of work, which must be documented in theplant operator’s operating manual.For details on proper use see 4 Technical data and ambientconditions.The following information can be found in the OperatingInstructions:¾ the proper use, specific to the hydraulic product¾ where applicable, the safety category in accordance withEN 954-1¾ non-permitted and improper use.3.3.1 Proper use, requirements before operation¾ Rexroth hydraulic products may only be operated if theyare in perfect technical condition.WARNINGFighting fires with materials other than those permittedcan lead to explosions and/or more rapid spread of thefire!Danger to life from smoke inhalation! In the event of disturbances in the power supply and/or damage to the electrical equipment, switch offimmediately and secure the main switch against beingswitched on again without authorisation. Report and rectify all faults and damage indicated bythe system or discovered by other means.¾ The connections, operating conditions and performancedata specified in the Operating Instructions must beobserved and never changed.3.2Safety labelling on the hydraulic productIMPORTANT¾ Rexroth hydraulic products shall not be converted orotherwise modified without prior consultation withBosch Rexroth.¾ The meanings of the safety labelling on the Rexroth product are explained in the Operating Instructions.¾ The plant operator shall not modify the program code ofprogrammable control systems.¾ For a diagram of the nameplate and an explanation of theinformation on it please refer to the Operating Instructions.¾ Dependencies and time factors shall not be modified without prior consultation.3.3Proper useRexroth hydraulic products are designed and constructed forthe provision, transmission, control or regulation of energy andsignals using the flow of oil.Unless otherwise agreed, the Rexroth hydraulic product satisfies at least safety category B in accordance with EN 954-1.If the hazard analysis/risk assessment of the overall machinein which the Rexroth hydraulic product is to be installed indicates that a safety category higher than category B in accordance with EN 954-1 is required for the Rexroth hydraulicproduct, then a correspondingly higher rated hydraulic productcan be supplied and installed only after special agreement withBosch Rexroth.¾ The safety devices fitted by Rexroth must be present,properly installed and in full working order – except whenthis is impractical during setting up or maintenance work.They shall not be relocated, bypassed or rendered ineffective.¾ Safety components such as limit switches, valves andother control components shall not be rendered inoperative.¾ Tamperproof lead seals installed by the manufacturer shallnot be removed or damaged except when this is necessary in the course of maintenance tasks defined in theOperating Instructions.¾ The specified maintenance tasks in the Operating Instructions shall be carried out at the intervals stated in theOperating Instructions.1

148/32Bosch Rexroth AGHydraulics¾ Uncontrolled access by persons unfamiliar with the system to the immediate operating zone of Rexroth hydraulicproducts is prohibited (even if the product in question hasbeen shut down).¾ Rexroth hydraulic products must never be assembled,operated or maintained by persons under the influence ofalcohol, drugs or other medication which affect one’s ability to react.General product informationRE 07008Servicing personnel (who carry out filter and oil changes, forexample) shall fulfil the following requirements:¾ They have been instructed in the relevant activity.¾ Specialist knowledge of hydraulics is not required to carryout servicing work.Repair personnel shall fulfil the following requirements:¾ The personnel must be hydraulics experts, who have beeninstructed and meet the definition given above,3.4Requirements for personnel,duty of care3.4.1 Qualifications of specialist personnelA specialist person is someone who, using his specialist training, knowledge and experience as well as familiarity with therelevant conditions, can¾ Repair personnel must be familiar with the function of thehydraulic system as a whole, from subsystems to theirinteraction with the function of the entire machine.¾ Repair personnel must be able to read hydraulic circuitdiagrams, interpret individual functions from their symbolsand understand function diagrams.¾ Repair personnel must possess knowledge of the functionand construction of hydraulic elements.¾ safely carry out the tasks allocated to him and correctlyassess the scope and implications of his work¾ recognise possible dangers¾ undertake the necessary measures to eliminate possibleaccidents.3.4.2 Requirements for hydraulics maintenancepersonnelIn accordance with DIN 31051, maintenance comprises theindividual activities of inspection, servicing and repair. Allpersonnel involved in maintenance shall be familiar with andobserve all parts of the Operating Instructions and this productinformation.3.4.3 Requirements for electrical maintenancepersonnelAll work on electrical equipment shall only be carried out byan authorised, qualified electrician, or by instructed personsunder the guidance and supervision of a qualified electrician, inaccordance with the rules applicable to electrotechnical products.3.4.4 Minimum ageInspection personnel shall fulfil the following requirements:Persons under the age of 18 who are currently receivinginstr

RE 07008 General product information Hydraulics Bosch Rexroth AG 3/32 Contents Page 9 Assembly and bringing into fi rst use 18 9.1 Safety advice for assembly and bringing into fi rst use 18 9.2 Before bringing into fi rst use 18 9.3 Bringing into fi rst use, subsequent br

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