Hydraulic, Air, & Mechanical Actuated Master Cylinders

Air chamber sizes are available from 12 to 36 square inches and hydraulic displacement from 1.0 to 5.9 cubic inches. Both remote and integral reservoir models are available for mineral base hydraulic oil or brake fluid.

MICO® Remote Actuators are typically used to actuate a brake or clutch from two locations when two master cylinders are used. They prevent the transfer of fluid from one system to another system. The actuators are available in hand, foot, or hydraulically operated models. They can be used in combination with a remote reservoir to accommodate accessibility. Pressure intensifiers are ideal for applications where a low pressure hydraulic source is available and a small displacement of high pressure hydraulic fluid is required.

These actuators are available in a number of lever, pedal, and hydraulic operated models.

Related Product Information

Air/Hydraulic Actuators Catalog (Form Number 84-460-006)

This 24-page catalog lists many of the air/hydraulic actuators available from MICO. Each section of actuators contains a description, features, specifications, sectional, and dimensional drawings.

Application Data Sheet - Brake Cylinders (Form Number 80-001-026)

This sheet is used for Master Cylinder, Remote Actuator, Two Fluid Actuator, Air/Hydraulic Actuator, and Pressure Intensifier applications.

MICO uses application data sheets to collect machine and/or vehicle information specific to an application. They are also helpful for understanding the environment and manner in which the machine/vehicle will be operated. Our Engineering Department uses application data sheet information to select suitable brake components that are designed to meet your application needs.

MICO holds this information in strict confidence. Your machine/vehicle information is strictly for application assistance and will not be sold or shared with anyone outside of MICO, Incorporated.

Hydraulic Remote Actuators Catalog (Form Number 84-460-001)

A 28-page catalog contains principles of operation for each type of actuator. There are also features, specification charts, sectional, and dimensional drawings for each group of actuators.