Bent axis motor

  • 17-May-2011 03:58 EDT
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The H1B 160 cm³ bent axis motor from Sauer-Danfoss joins the H1 axial piston pump family to improve efficiency, reliability, and flexibility. With the motor, Sauer-Danfoss offers a complete H1 transmission system, optimized around electrical control. H1 bent axis variable displacement motors lower fuel consumption and reduce life-cycle costs. Suitable applications include rough terrain forklifts, combines, sprayers, road rollers, wheel loaders, and road-building equipment. The motors are PLUS+1TM compliant, enabling integration with Sauer-Danfoss’ electronic machine control architecture. Electrical controls are designed with an IP67 and IP69K rating for harsh working environments. The H1 160 cm³ motor is centered on a displacement ratio of 32° with 0° capability for seamless shifting. Other features include improved power loss behavior and intelligent electronic control.

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