White papers on hydraulics and pneumatics.
Why Bigger is Not Always Better
Hydraulic orbital motors are common actuators found on a variety of hydraulics systems, from conveyers in factories, to wheel drives on mobile equipment. When orbital motors wear out over time their efficiency drops. The tell-tale symptoms of lost of power, speed reduction, and leaking seals manifest. The first thought is that this motor must not be large enough, but this is not always the case.
Measuring Flange Bolt-hole Patterns
By Main Manufacturing Products
So you need a new hydraulic flange for a port on an existing part – how do you get the right flange for the job?
I Need a Pump!
The Case for Deep Integration at the Machine Level
By Paul Brenner, Global Marketing Manager, Eaton, Chris Cole, Director of Mobile Controls, Enovation, and David Strohsack, Director of Global Product Management, Eaton
Torque density: An Overlooked, but Vital Parameter in Machine Design
By Lyle G. Meyer, Product Manager, Industrial Drives and Todd D. Degler, Product Manager, Geroler® Motors
Designing for Smart Load-Sensing: Practical Considerations
By Rodney Erickson, Robin Ireton and Rodney Sutterfield
Rewards of Purchasing Reman Units
by Scott Mason CFPS
Hydraulic System Contamination, Where does it come from?
by Scott Mason and Gary Ashley, FluiDyne Fluid Power
Cold Hard Facts: Five Key Criteria for Selecting Low-Temperature Valves
by Bob Cadwell, Business Development Manager, ASCO
Asset Utilization: The Key to a More Efficient Operation
By the International Fluid Power Society
Utility fleet managers are challenged every day to keep vehicles safely on the road to complete repairs and service your customers. But how do you accomplish that year after year—knowing that your company counts on you to contain costs and improve performance? What are other utilities doing to “rightsize” their fleet? What investments will make good sense? What metrics are important to measure?
Go to www.ifps.org/fleet to download this white paper.