Pump As the heart of the hydraulic system, the pump converts mechanical energy supplied by electric motors, combustion engines, or … into hydraulic energy. Pumps division In the hydraulic industry, pumps are divided into two general categories. Non-positive displacement pumps (hydrodynamic pumps) Pumps with positive displacement Benefits of positive-displacement pumps (compared to non-positive-displacement types) Ability
Hydraulic motors Continuous (continuous) actuators, also called hydraulic motors, with two-way rotational output capability, are similar in design to hydraulic pumps and are divided into two main groups. 1. Gear, blade and gear motors 2- Piston (radial-axial) motors Hydraulic motor efficiency Reduction in hydraulic motors depends on the sealing state between the inlet and outlet
Valves (Hydraulic System Controller Components) Fluid energy is controlled by control devices called so-called milk. Milk is divided into three main categories in terms of performance: 1. Directional control valves 2. Pressure control valves 3. Flow control valves Depending on the type of stimulation of the milk, the following types are offered: 1. Manual stimulation
Hydraulic equipment and tools Hydraulic equipment is widely used because of its ease of use, increased power, flexibility, high efficiency and reliability. This equipment can include hydraulic jacks and cylinders, hydraulic tubes, drive or backhoe hydraulic tachometer wrenches, Wrenches include hydraulic cassette wrenches, hydraulic tensioner bolts, tubing, punching, bending beams and cushion bearings.
How does a hydraulic system work? A hydraulic system generally does four main tasks: 1) converting mechanical energy to pressurized fluid power by pumps 2) transferring the fluid to the point by hoses and pipes 3) flow, direction, and pressure control of fluid by valves 4) to do work by actuators (hydraulic cylinders and