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Micro Pack


Delivering up to 5LPM from an 87mm body

HPR Reversible Power packs and HPU Uni-directional hydraulic Power pack for single and double acting actuators

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Mini Pack


AC and DC system to 30LPM

DC Power packs for Tipper trucks, Tail lifts, Recovery Lifts and Trailer ramps etc  AC Power pack hydraulics for Scissor lifts, Car lifts, Dock Levelers and Security barriers etc

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Standard Unit

Hydraulic Power units up to 55kW

Applications include:- Injection moulding machines, Auger Drives, Concrete moulding, Test Rigs and Drilling Rigs

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Known Cylinder

If the dimensions of a hydraulic cylinder are known, then numerous volumetric calculations can be carried out such as Full bore area and volumes. If the hydraulic system pressure is also known then the Thrust Force and Pull Force can also be determined. If the required cylinder speed is known then the Power required and Flow rates can also be calculated here.

Useful conversions factors:

1kW = 1.34hp

1bar = 14.5psi

1cm3 = 0.061 cu.inch

1cm2 = 0.155 in2

1Litre = 0.22 UK Gallons = 0.26 US Gallon

1kg = 2.2 lbs

n° cylinders (n)
Cyl, bore diameter mm
Rod diameter mm
Cylinder Stroke (L) mm
Working Pressure (P) Bar
Output Speed (v) m/min
Result

Full bore Area (cm²) Rod Area (cm²)
Annulus area (cm²) Full Bore Cyl, Volume (l)
Total Full bore volume (l) Annulus Cyl, Volume (l)
Total annulus Cyl, volume (l) Thrust oil flow (l/min)
Total Pull oil flow (l/min) Differential flow (l/min)
Thrust power (kW) Pull power (kW)
Cylinder thrust force (Kg) Total thrust force (Kg)
Cylinder pull force (Kg) Total pull force (Kg)


Click below for our Calculators:



Pump Flow

Output Power

Input Torque

Output Torque

Motor Speed

Oil Pipe Diameter

Known Cylinder

Unknown Cylinder

Product highlight

 

Reversible Micro power pack

Only 87mm wide these compact units have a reversible motor to drive a cylinder or motor without the need for extra control valves. 

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