Home | Advanced Engineering | Management Contracting | Defence | Trading | Security | Healthcare | Innovation

 

 

Introduction

Essential Features

Product Range

Applications

Projects

Dimensions & Design Tools

Performance Testing

Additional Information

Cost Saving Achieved By Fitting LUDs

Read An Article From Civil Engineering About LUDs

 

 

 

 

email: adeng@colebrand.com

 
 
CI LUD - Dimensions and Design Loads

Nominal Design Loads and Dimensions of Single-Piston Units
CI designs units to meet a specific requirement. As a guide, Table 1 indicates typical sizes and weights for CI LUDs. Units are assumed to be in mid-stroke; dimension A varies by 50mm to cater for this range of expansion or contraction movement. Greater or smaller ranges can be readily accommodated.


Design Loads
Table 1. The working loadings for nominal ranges of the CI LUDs.

Nominal Rated Load kN Dim A mm Dim B mm Weight Kg
100 400 110 8
200 470 145 28
300 555 172 40
400 555 206 65
500 600 208 75
600 630 240 100
750 730 265 130
1000 800 300 200
1250 850 325 260
1500 900 385 300
1750 950 410 350
2000 1000 450 500
2500 1050 460 650
3000 1200 550 850