Static vs Dynamic Loading
What is static loading?
Static load is the load on an actuator when it is in a fixed or stationary condition. The static load capacity of an actuator refers to how much weight the actuator can safely hold without back driving or causing damage.
What is dynamic loading?
Dynamic load is the load the actuator sees when it is powered and extending or retracting. The dynamic load capacity of an actuator refers to how much the actuator can push or pull.
Check out our video explaining the difference between static and dynamic load: