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Peninsular Cylinder Company adds Amlok cylinder locking devices to its product range.

Peninsular Cylinder Names Customer Service Manager, Adds Amlok Locking Devices

Bill Tulloch has joined Peninsular Cylinder to take on the challenge of customer service management.

Peninsular announces a partnership with Amlok, adding fail-safe rod locking devices to its cylinder product offerings. The integrated unit targets applications requiring utmost safety including amusement ride equipment, earth moving equipment, and hydraulic presses.

Amlok's products supply double-acting locking action for variable clamping in both directions on round shafts and rods. They leverage mechanical spring clamping with pneumatic or hydraulic release, and can be used to hold loads during power or pressure loss. They can attach directly to cylinders and actuators, or be used in stand-alone applications. Models are available in sealed versions for the food industry, wash-down, and underwater applications. 

Bill Tulloch is Peninsular's new customer service manager.

In other news, Bill Tulloch has joined Peninsular Cylinder to take on the challenge of customer service management. In this capacity he will lead the customer service team in its mission to provide industry-leading customer service and support. 

Tulloch is a fluid power industry veteran of 40 plus years, having served as President and CEO of RHM Fluid Power from 1994 until its acquisition in 2013 by Flodraulic Group, where he served as
Executive Vice President until 2016.  He is a former member of the NFPA Board of Directors, trustee to the Fluid Power Education Foundation and has served on multiple industry councils.  He is a 1977 business graduate of Michigan State University. You can contact Bill at [email protected].

For further information about Amlok products and the new management, please visit Peninsular’s website at, email [email protected], or call (586) 775-7211. 

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