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Cleco air motors are engineered for great flexibility, convenience, and reliability.

Our Cleco pneumatic motors are used for a variety of industrial applications including powering machinery, rotating turntables, powering cranes & valve actuation. This extensive durable industrial air motor selection includes axial piston, rotary vane & radial piston motors to cover a wide range of applications.

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Types of Pneumatic Motors Offered
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Rotary Vane
Cleco offers an extensive line of rotary vane motors in sizes ranging from 0.3HP to 7.5HP. All motors feature durable construction with precision heavy-duty bearings throughout, and multiple blade rotors for smooth power. Cleco motors offer a wide range of speeds and torques as well as a choice of foot, face or flange mounting. These motors require only air line lubrication for long, trouble-free service.
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Axial Piston
These small, lightweight Cleco motors are ideal for installation in close quarters. The rugged construction and precision manufacturing of these motors allows long life with minimum maintenance. Generous size spindle bearings permit overhung weight on spindle with no external support. High torque is an inherent characteristic of piston type air motors, making them especially desirable for applications involving heavy starting loads. The overlap of power impulses in axial piston air motors provides even torque and full power in either direction of rotation. Axial piston motors are ideal for start stop operations. Their enclosed type construction allows operation in corrosive or dusty atmospheres.
Radial Piston
Heavy-duty construction make these motors suitable for continuous operation. The counterbalanced crankshaft is supported by anti-friction bearings. A slinger distributes oil to all moving parts of the motor. Oil level and drain plugs are easily accessible. High torque is an inherent characteristic of piston type air motors, making them especially desirable for applications involving heavy starting loads. The overlap of power impulses in radial piston air motors provides even torque and full power in either direction of rotation. At least two pistons are always on a power stroke. These motors perform satisfactorily in high temperature areas up to 200° (93° C).
 
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