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Axial-piston pumps

PVM open loop, axial-piston pumps are available with multiple controls. Three frame sizes offer maximum displacements from 0.66 to 7.94 in. 3 /rev, maximum pressure of 4250 psi, and speeds to 3600 rpm. Hardened steel shoes run on hardened...
Apr. 24, 2006 | http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/other-technologies/axial-piston-pumps-0
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Current-to-pressure converters

Watson Smith 422 current-to-pressure converters are available in 3 to 15 psig and 3 to 120 psig variants for use with oil-free dry air supplies and accomodate flows to 100 scfm. They operate in temperatures of 68° to 158° F. Connections are...
Apr. 24, 2006 | http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/TechZone/FluidPowerAcces/Article/False/17829/TechZone-FluidPowerAcces
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Hydraulic design online

DesignConnect is an easy-to-use online tool that combines product data in a catalog format with CAD functionality. It lets hydraulic system designers and engineers select parts with a high-speed search engine, examine parts online, and download...
Apr. 24, 2006 | http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/TechZone/FluidPowerAcces/Article/False/17819/TechZone-FluidPowerAcces
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Fluid Power Simulation Software Captures Knowledge of Experts

Easy-to-use tools and accurate modeling of fluid power systems are essential for producing meaningful simulations...
Apr. 24, 2006 | http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/TechZone/FluidPowerAcces/Article/False/17816/TechZone-FluidPowerAcces
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Software aids drive design

Hardware-in-the-Loop bridges the gap between prototype and simulation testing...
Apr. 24, 2006 | http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/TechZone/FluidPowerAcces/Article/False/17817/TechZone-FluidPowerAcces
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Speed Control of Hydraulic Motors

Either of two basic methods are used for controlling the speed of a hydraulic motor. First, a variable-displacement pump controls flow to the motor. This configuartion is commonly known as a hydrostatic transmission. Second, a proportional or...
Apr. 24, 2006 | http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/TechZone/HydraulicPumpsM/Article/False/17814/TechZone-HydraulicPumpsM
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Avoiding The Bounce

As piston moves from right to left, exhaust air vents through the center of the end cap (top). The cushion sleeve engages the cushion seal, blocking free-flowing exhaust air (middle). Exhausting air can only escape past the...
Apr. 24, 2006 | http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/TechZone/Cylinders/Article/False/17815/TechZone-Cylinders
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Magnetostrictive position sensors

Temposonics G Series magnetostrictive position sensors are backwardcompatible with existing L-Series and Tempo II Series sensors. Enhanced performance qualities include programming and diagnostic features, increased shock and vibration resistance,...
Apr. 13, 2006 | http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/IndZone/PlasticsInjecti/Article/False/13944/IndZone-PlasticsInjecti
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Is air or water getting into your hydraulic fluid?

The hydraulic oil level in our molding machine reservoir gradually rises after we start the unit up. This causes oil to eventually blow out the breather cap when the clamp and injection cylinders retract. Several fixeddisplacement vane pumps are mounted o...
Apr. 13, 2006 | http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/TechZone/Seals/Article/False/13916/TechZone-Seals
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Stainless-steel gauges

p>SGT gauges have dual English/metric scales with 1.6% full-scale accuracy in 2 1/2 in. dial sizes. Brass wetted parts and 304 stainless-steel housing offer chemical compatibility in ranges from full vacuum to 15,000 psi. They withstand...
Apr. 13, 2006 | http://hydraulicspneumatics.com/200/IndZone/MarineOffshore/Article/False/13955/IndZone-MarineOffshore
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