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A Guide to Different Hydraulic Control Valves for Hydraulic Systems

A hydraulic control valve regulates the flow of fluid to enable various types of functions within a hydraulic system. The valve is designed to adjust flow rate by adapting the rate of energy transfer. By doing so, it can reduce or increase the speed of a motor, actuator, cylinder, or other device. Similar valves are used in faucets and showers.

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How Are Mobile Hydraulics Different from Industrial Hydraulics?

One might think all hydraulic systems are the same. After all, they are designed to deliver the power needed to perform functions that would not normally be possible by hand, such as lifting, bending, digging, and so on.

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Safety Precautions for Hydraulic Pumps and Motors

Hydraulics are used in a wide array of industries and equipment. Hydraulic systems are used in the automotive, aerospace, construction, manufacturing, agriculture, and healthcare industries. Hydraulics help perform tasks and functions that would otherwise be difficult to do.

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Pascal’s Law of Hydraulics Is the Foundation for Hydraulic Systems

In the world of hydro-mechanics, many factors must be accounted for to generate expected results and avoid system damage. This is especially true for so-called hydrostatic mechanisms such as hydraulics, which transfer force from one area to another in accordance

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Dry Running Pumps: Why Is It Harmful?

Dry running a pump can cause all kinds of serious problems, yet many operators are unaware of the dangers. When a pump runs dry, it generates heat and force it was never designed to handle, leading to wear and tear that can quickly add up to inflated repair costs. Avoiding dry running is highly important

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