NEW CYLINDERS

Tie Rod
Cylinders

Tie Rod

4" Bore x 16" Stroke

NFPA Tie-Rod Cylinders

From light-duty to heavy-duty, pneumatic to hydraulic, our tie-rod cylinders are ideal for the demanding foundry, steel mill, plastics and stamping industries. Yates manufactures all tie-rod cylinders at their Michigan facility, and offers unparalleled service with the largest cylinder repair facility in the Midwest.

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Welded
Cylinders

Tie Rod

3.5" Bore x 15" Stroke

Welded Hydraulic Cylinders

For unparalleled quality and durability in a wide range of manufacturing applications, Yates welded hydraulic cylinders are your best choice. Our cylinders are ideal for your medium- and heavy-duty applications including packaging and extreme milling. Manufactured with pride at the Yates Georgia Facility.

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Mill Duty
Cylinders

Tie Rod

5" Bore x 5" Stroke

Mill Duty Hydraulic and Pneumatic Cylinders

With features like high-load piston design, heavy wall tubing, and induction-hardened, chrome-plated rods, Yates solid mill duty cylinders are built tough to keep on performing. These cylinders are engineered to be nearly indestructible in the harshest and most extreme environments, which is when they're at their best. Manufactured with pride at the Yates Alabama Facility.

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Before Repair
Repair After

24/7 REPAIR

The Highest Quality Cylinder Repair
The First Time, EVERY Time!

  • Repairs That Stand up to Your Original Specs
  • When We Say 24/7, We Mean It
  • We Stand by Our Repairs 100%
  • Competitive Pricing

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ENGINEERING

When you need to have new cylinders engineered, Yates has got you covered. Whether it’s internal or external engineering, we’ve got solutions that accommodate a huge range of industries. While new engineering mostly applies to tie-rod cylinders, our engineering solutions include every type of cylinder including welded and mill-duty. And our accessorizing and mounting capability solutions are nearly limitless. So it’s not just a matter of getting a new cylinder - but ensuring that all of the pieces fit together perfectly.

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