Factors to Consider in the Selection of a Hydraulic Cylinder---Mass
The first and most critical step is to determine the amount of mass you wish to move. Once your mass is known, you must then consider the effect that the mass will have on the force required to move it. For example, a 1-ton load being pushed straight up will require just over 1 ton of force, however, a 1-ton load being pushed across the ground will require only enough force to overcome friction and acceleration. Regardless, the force of the cylinder should always be high enough to allow for margin of error.
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