With its controllable 2/2 directional cartridge valve LC2A-1X, Bosch Rexroth opens a variety of functions in hydraulics using standard parts. The series comes in 7 sizes ranging from 16 to 100. As the functionality is built from individual standard parts, engineering and assembly costs can be reduced. Circuit modifications and repairs also become less costly. […]
With the HNC100-3X Motion Control generation, Bosch Rexroth extends the possible applications for the HNC100 NC family of electro-hydraulic controls. The scalable generation in controller format controls up to four electro-hydraulic axes. Ethernet is used with SERCOS III and PROFINET RT and a parameterization interface. IndraWorks and the WinPed operating and parameterization software have become […]
Bosch Rexroth is accepting registrations for all courses in its training program for hydraulics systems engineers. Rexroth‘s Hydraulics Technical Training is targeted toward individuals who maintain hydraulic systems, and also to those who design new systems or want to upgrade existing systems with new technology. You can register for the following courses from July through […]
Governor Nikki Haley, the State of South Carolina Department of Commerce and Bosch Rexroth today announced a significant expansion of Bosch Rexroth’s existing hydraulic manufacturing operations in Greenville County. The $80 million investment is expected to generate 160 new jobs over the next five years.
It’s not often that I get to play with industrial technology apps on my iPad, so I was excited to see that Bosch Rexroth has just launched a free “Virtual Machines HMI 2011” app.
Rexroth’s electronic BODAS system solution, Diesel Hydraulic Control (DHC), features high dynamic response of the travel drive and implement hydraulics—even at reduced diesel engine speeds and for TIER 4 final engines.
Rexroth’s new generation of hydraulic load-holding valves use gravity to help improve energy savings and mobile equipment performance.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Bosch Rexroth’s Chairman, Dr. Karl Tragl, at the Hannover Fair in Germany earlier this month. Tragl explained that the company’s world is increasingly being split in two ways—regionally and in industry segments.
Bosch Rexroth is showing its electronic Diesel Hydraulic Control (DHC) system at CONEXPO/IFPE, which the company said provides higher dynamics at lower engine speeds.
The Fairfax County Solid Waste Program in Virginia is using a Bosch Rexroth parallel hydrostatic regenerative braking system in the county’s first hydraulic hybrid trash and recycling vehicle.