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Frequently Asked Questions
Hydraulic products are equipment and components used in hydraulic systems that use fluids, usually oil, to generate power and control motion.
A hydraulic system is a system that uses fluid to generate power and control motion. It typically includes a pump, a fluid reservoir, valves, hoses or tubing, and actuators such as cylinders or motors.
A hydraulic cylinder is a mechanical actuator that is used to generate linear motion and force in a hydraulic system. It consists of a cylindrical tube, a piston, and seals.
A hydraulic pump is a device that generates fluid flow in a hydraulic system. It converts mechanical energy into hydraulic energy by creating a flow of pressurized fluid.
Hydraulic valves are components that control the flow and pressure of fluid in a hydraulic system. They can be used to direct fluid to different parts of the system or to regulate the speed and force of hydraulic actuators.
A hydraulic hose is a flexible tube used to carry fluid in a hydraulic system. Hydraulic fittings are used to connect hoses to other components in the system, such as valves, pumps, and cylinders.
A hydraulic circuit manifold is a component used to control the flow and pressure of fluid in a hydraulic system. It is typically a block with multiple ports and valves that is used to distribute fluid to different parts of the system.
A hydraulic accumulator is a device that stores hydraulic energy by compressing a gas, typically nitrogen, in a chamber. It is used to smooth out pressure fluctuations in a hydraulic system and to provide additional energy when needed.