The PSL series of directional spool valves from HAWE North America, Charlotte, N.C., are noted for a modular design that combines all actuation functions in one control block, making it individually adaptable to specific application requirements. The capabilities of these proportional-directional valves have now been extended, thanks to the new actuation option: CAN Lite. The […]
HAWE Hydraulics has added the new V40M to its line of axial piston pumps. The new pump has been designed for open-circuits in mobile machines and has a displacement volume of 2.75 in3/rev. Its swash plate design allows for easy fine tuning of the flow rate. With a self-priming speed of 2,900 rpm, it is […]
HAWE Hydraulics has released its proportional directional spool valve type PSL in the new nominal size 7. The PSL7 has been designed for applications such as mobile heavy load carrying machines, pile drilling machines, ship and railway cranes, etc.
HAWE Hydraulics’ V30D style axial-piston variable-displacement pump is well-suited to demanding mobile hydraulic uses. Its low noise levels, high pressure rating (peak = 420 bar / perm. = 350 bar), low weight/performance ratio and wide controller range make it possible to employ it for most industrial and mobile applications. The variable displacement pump works according to […]
PLVC 8×2 line of programmable logic valve controls is designed for ample control of complex hydraulic systems. The instantaneous cycle times of the control make it a perfect match for complex regulating and control tasks.
HAWE Hydraulics introduces the newest member of directional seated valves, known for their ability to stop flow without leakage.
CLK pressure control valve has safety function that provides operational ease within hydraulic systems where temperature increases and/or external load peaks can lead to unnecessary results.
HAWE Hydraulics’ power pack type KA can supply pressure up to 10,000 psi using a radial piston pump or up to 2,900 psi utilizing a gear pump.
HAWE Hydraulics offers compact hydraulic power units ideal for the brake function in wind power plants.
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.