Hydraulic control solutions

  • 28-Jun-2013 01:46 EDT
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HydraForce’s INTEGR8 line of engineered hydraulic control solutions enables more than 40 hydraulic control scheme specifications by providing engineered circuits featuring optimal flow and directional control valve combinations. Valves are compatibly sized and configured to handle several ranges of hydraulic flow rates and operating pressures and are suitable for wheel loaders, telehandlers, excavators, material handling, agricultural, industrial, and other off-highway equipment. Each option is depicted with ISO graphic symbols in a hydraulic schematic that can be dragged and dropped to start a control circuit diagram in i-Design 4.0 manifold design software. Hydraulic systems can be customized with additional function control and performance features, all within a machine-specific housing construction. Benefits include system efficiency, flexibility, improved performance, and leakage prevention.

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