Linear actuators


Specialized linear actuator made easy to integrate into customer designs. The slim metal motor housing makes it easy to affix it to a frame. Optimal for single and parallel setups.

Product description


The DB5 is a built-in actuator in the DESKLINE product range. The DB5 is specially designed for easy integration into the customer‘s design, to achieve the optimum freedom of design for desk applications. 

The DB5 (DESKLINE® Built-in) is designed with a slim metal motor housing to achieve very low installation dimensions and to make it possible to affix the motor housing directly to the frame. 

The DB5 can be a part of a single, 2, 3 or 4 parallel system. The parallel drive is ensured by means of special software in the control box that also compensates for any uneven load on the desk. The control box is designed with a soft start/stop function.

  • Max. Thrust: 800 N
  • Max. Speed: 38 mm/s or 1.5 in/s

Product data sheet

DB5 data sheet

View the data sheet as an online magazine or download the PDF.

Brochures & manuals

DB5/DB6 system user manual

This user manual will tell you how to install, use and maintain your LINAK DESKLINE products.

DESKLINE product overview

If you make any kind of desk, table or counter that people work at, a height adjustable electric actuator solution is the flexible way to gain a competitive edge and improve your business.

DESKLINE quality matters

We use high quality components, state-of-the art production and the most demanding testing standards in the industry to achieve excellent quality.

The green criteria - PVC-free products

There are alternatives to materials containing PVC. Learn more about why we are adapting to the new green criteria and offering PVC-free solutions

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