For cylinders with non-adjustable cushioning, the cushioning characteristics are determined by the design. In the case of adjustable cushioning, the cross sections of flow in the hydraulic cylinder can be adjusted for the specific requirements. To do this, turn the adjusting screw as far as it will go, and then back again until the desired cushioning intensity is reached.



The adjusting screw of the cushioning in the cylinder should not be screwed out too far (maximum of 1.5 turns), so as to prevent free travel to the end position. The minimum cushioning intensity is reached at this point.