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What is the difference between a hydraulic cylinder and a constant velocity cylinder

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    What is a constant-speed cylinder, that is, a hydraulic cylinder that uses equal effective areas at both ends of the hydraulic cylinder for transmission? It is a cylinder with the same speed as the piston rod extends and retracts. How about it?
    In fact, the difference between a hydraulic cylinder and a constant-speed cylinder is mainly the effective area.
    The ordinary hydraulic oil cylinder has only one end with a piston rod extended. Generally, the extension speed is slow and the withdrawal speed is fast. Because of the effective area, the effective area of the piston cavity is larger than the effective area of the piston rod cavity. The effective area of the two sides of the constant velocity oil cylinder is the same. This is because the piston rods are extended at both ends, so the application of the constant velocity oil cylinder on the grinding machine is very common.
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