Wipers keep contaminants outside your hydraulic or pneumatic systems by wiping dirt and debris from the cylinder rod before it passes into the hydraulic or pneumatic system, extending the life of your cylinder and your system. Wipers are an important part of any system and should be replaced when repacking and rebuilding any cylinder. Wipers comes in a variety of styles, from “snap in” styles that install easily, to more durable “press fit” styles that come with metal cases to reduce the possibility of the wiper twisting in the housing. Don’t see your wiper style here, no problem, we have experience with a large variety of styles, materials, and sizes in standard/inch and metric dimensions.
AN wipers are made to the Army/Navy Standard 6230 specifications. Their compact design allows them to be used as a snap-in wiper in applications where space is limited.
D wipers are classified as a snap-in style wiper.
H wipers, in a low pressure system are capable of providing both sealing and wiping functions. The wiper lip scrapes contaminates from the rod while the sealing lip provides low pressure rod sealing.
The ribbed heel prevents wiper inversion and increases wiper life.
Canned Wiper D Style
The polymer lip that does the wiping and the metal can section that improves stability. These wipers are designed to be used in cylinders seeing severe conditions; i.e. dirt & mud.
Canned Wiper U Style
Canned wipers, also known as press-in wipers are composed of two sections, the polymer lip that does the wiping and the metal can section that improves stability. These wipers are designed to be used in cylinders seeing severe conditions; i.e. dirt & mud.
Seal Guards are a three-piece wiper containing two brass wipers and one rubber energizer. Their design allows for easy installation and the brass wiper rings create very little friction. These wipers are used in applications seeing severe conditions.