Machesney Park, IL – TRD Manufacturing, a Bimba Company,
announced the introduction of the new MH Series and TAS Series Cylinders
designed to deliver more reliability in heavy-duty industrial operations.
The MH Series are medium pressure hydraulic cylinders rated for 675 to
1500 psi (depending on bore size). The TAS Series Steel Pneumatic Cylinders are
rated for 250 psi air and 400 psi hydraulic (with TH option). Both models are
available in bore sizes 1.50”, 2”, 2.50”, 3.25”, 4”, 5”, 6” and 8”.
Standard features include a heavy-duty rod wiper, seals, wear band,
chrome plated I.D. tube and more. Rod locks, stop tubes, center supports,
stainless steel piston rods and high impact pistons are also available as
performance options. Accessories include clevis, pins, mounts and alignment
couplers, with up to a 5” thread size.
All requests are made-to-order, with standard and custom options
available. Cylinders ship in two to three days, with most requests answered the
day they are received.
For detailed performance, selection, and ordering information, consult the
TRD MH-TAS Series catalog on trdmfg.com, call 815.654.7775 or email
TRD Manufacturing combines 28 years of precision machining and
engineering with an unmatched selection of options and modifications to deliver
the highest quality customizable NFPA cylinders on the market. TRD is also
well-known for industry leading published delivery schedules—which do not vary
no matter what the market conditions are. For more information, visit
Bimba Manufacturing is a forward-thinking innovator of actuation technology,
specializing in providing cutting-edge solutions to engineering challenges. Its
capabilities include an extensive line of industry-leading air cylinders,
rotary actuators, linear thrusters, rodless cylinders, flow controls and
position-sensing cylinders. In addition to its broad line of standard catalog
products, nearly half of the company’s business consists of custom and
semi-custom products designed for specific customers and applications. These
products, used in machinery and automation, are sold to original equipment
manufacturers and end-users throughout the world in an expanding variety of
industries. For more information, visit bimba.com.