Eaton Corp. today announced that Egon Lechner has been named solutions architect for the Hydraulics Group.
Eaton Corp. announced it has completed its purchase of the Tuthill Coupling Group.
Eaton Corp. today announced it has agreed to acquire the Tuthill Coupling Group, a division of Tuthill Corp.
Teflon hose is seldom specified for routine hydraulic or pneumatic systems, but dominates in aerospace and tough industrial environments.
Aramid- and polyester-reinforced silicone hoses resist cracking, peeling, ozone and aging; resist extreme temperature conditions; compensate for misalignment, and offset vibration.
Hydraulics have won wide acceptance for factory and mobile applications because of its power, strength, durability and control. But new lines of research are focusing in on efficiency.
Although hydraulic fluids are produced under clean conditions, by the time they have been stored, transported and transferred into a customer’s system they are nearly always contaminated with metal and rubber particles.
The IFPS has launched an initiative to create an Electronics (Electronic Controls) Certification program.
Designing a mobile system once was simple: start with a gear pump, add manual valves and the necessary actuators, and finish off with an appropriate reservoir, filter, and cooler. But new developments for this key application have brought forth equipment with capabilities that are changing the old design truisms.
It’s easy. All you have to do is start with clean fluid and keep it that way. Dirty fluid really causes 80% of hydraulic system failures. But there is a big difference between knowing the cause of a problem and eliminating it.