A question I get asked a lot by equipment owners, is the procedure for storing spare hydraulic cylinders for an extended period. So here’s what I recommend:
–Always store fully retracted.
–Store indoors in a clean, dry area.
–Smear the internal surfaces of eye/clevis bushes or bearings with grease – particularly if they’re steel.
–Protect any exposed chrome on the … Read more
A picture is worth a thousands words. And so is an accurate diagram. It can also be worth a lot of nickel. Consider the four main types of hydraulic diagrams in common use — and the consequences of having to manage a hydraulic machine without them:
Block Diagrams show the components of a hydraulic circuit as blocks joined by lines, … Read more
I get all sorts of question from our members. And there’s a very valuable lesson contained in this one:
“We have some problems with a Parker-Denison hydrostatic transmission pump P24S 2R1C 9A2. Oil temperature rises from 20 to 50 Celsius within 15-20 minutes of only light operation (65 bar working pressure). The pump was sent to a local workshop for … Read more