71059 second-hand spare parts for public works equipment


Articulation cylinder

Spare parts, Cylinder, Articulation cylinder : 21 products

Does your articulation seem to get stuck ? One of your articulation cylinders leaks ? Your cylinders struggle to articulate your machine ? Have you noticed a change in the behavior of your machine on your construction sites ? No problem, we have what you need ! CODIMATRA, specialist in buying and selling used spare parts and public works equipment, has selected for you a complete range of articulation cylinders compatible with most existing equipment.

What is the role of a articulation cylinder ?

The articulating cylinder allows the machine to rotate. Our public works machines are large sizes and weights, which is why a steering with a single engine is not conceivable. The steering cylinders are therefore the perfect alternative to turn our loaders or our graders. The two cylinders are fed at a constant flow rate and are linked together by a distributor which will manage the distribution of useful oil in each of the cylinders. These organs are subjected to very strong resistance due to the nature of the soil and the types of work carried out.

When to change your articulating cylinder ?

One of the most common causes of failure of these articulation cylinders is oil leakage. This is usually caused by a degradation of the cylinder rod due to foreign bodies that come into contact with the seals. It is therefore important to properly lubricate the steering cylinders, and to carry out a regular visual inspection.

Our dedicated list of joint actuators is updated daily so that each customer can find the product that perfectly matches his machine.

CODIMATRA offers a wide range of brands and models such as: Caterpillar, Doosan, Liebherr, Fiat Allis, Furukawa, Hyundai, JCB, Mecalac, Poclain, Volvo etc.

To help you choose the model of articulation cylinders you need, call on the expertise and professionalism of the CODIMATRA teams. They are at your disposal to answer all your questions or for any additional information.

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