HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS

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HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS

At Total Prime Engineering™, we develop and test our own hydraulic components to optimal states, and we trust that our creations will be able to overcome challenging conditions where they are faced with extreme forces. Each and every bit is crafted to their utmost potential, and we strive to make them as reliable as possible. We provide intricate components starting from cylinders and valves, up to different types of pumps, motors, and accumulators.

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01 MOTION SYSTEMS - HYDRAULICS

MOTION SYSTEMS - HYDRAULICS

The power of a hydraulic system is routinely tested through intense usage within its application. A good motion system will serve as a catalyst for a good hydraulic system, as their inner workings combine together as a whole in order to transfer liquid well throughout a machinery using the contraption.

PUMPS

A hydraulic pump converts mechanical power into hydraulic energy, so that enough power is generated to overcome pressure. The vacuum that it creates allows liquid to flow from its reservoir, and eventually direct it to the hydraulic system through a specific pump outlet.

ACCUMULATORS & COOLING FANS

A hydraulic pump converts mechanical power into hydraulic energy, so that enough power is generated to overcome pressure. The vacuum that it creates allows liquid to flow from its reservoir, and eventually direct it to the hydraulic system through a specific pump outlet.

CYLINDERS

A variety of manufacturing machinery uses a hydraulic cylinder in order to act as an actuator to apply force in a single direction. As they also get power from pressurized fluid, they are also one of the key components for machineries to operate, and can be found in tools making a lifting or lowering motion, or robot arms that move heavy objects.

VALVES

Numerous industry-standard machines use valves as a method to regulate fluid control, which is apparent in most hydraulic components. It is used to operate fluid flow, either by opening or closing, completely or partially, passageways that lead to other tools.

MOTORS

A hydraulic motor can convert pressure into torque through rotation, giving power to whatever it is designated to. Its applications are very diverse, ranging from winches and crane drives to heavy equipment, such as mills, shredders, excavators, and conveyor belts.

02 MOTION SYSTEMS - PNEUMATICS & ELECTROMECHANICAL

MOTION SYSTEMS - PNEUMATICS & ELECTROMECHANICAL

Similar to a hydraulic system, a pneumatic and electromechanical system has the same intended framework, but different in what powers it. Pneumatic system use gases to apply pressure, while electromechanical systems drives its power to various applications through electric energy.