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Black Bruin Showcases Hydraulic Direct Drives at IFAT Trade Show

Black Bruin, a manufacturer of radial piston hydraulic motors from Finland, will highlight its drive systems for mobile and industrial applications at the IFAT trade show for the water, sewage, waste and raw materials management sector, held May 30-June 2 in Munich, Germany.

 The hydraulic direct drives are used in recycling processes and shredding applications. Its S-series hydraulic motors are designed for demanding recycling applications with direction changes and shock loads that can be hard on shredders and their rotors. The power of the S-series helps handle varied and inconsistent waste material effortlessly and clears jams with ease. The torque transmitting components are easy to service to ensure maximum uptime for primary or secondary shredding, mobile or stationary applications, single- or multi-shaft configurations, mixers, and shredding-mixing-pumping installations. Built with robust piston design, the S-series motors are meant for heavy-duty action.

 

For shredding systems where compactness combined with high efficiency are the key factors, the original Black Bruin motor design with rotating case offers process reliability and high uptime in these applications. The design fits neatly into the structure for easy installation and design freedom, offering a high load capacity with extended bearing life in a well-sealed structure allowing no harmful particles into the system.

 

 

Not only can you fit the motors in places you thought were impossible, but these strong-performing hydraulic direct drives also eliminate the need for a gearbox. With bidirectional multispeed function, these motors offer optimum torque in applications demanding constant direction changes and variable loading.

For more information, visit www.blackbruin.com/ and https://ifat.de/en/.

 

 

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