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ROVs are also known as remote operated vehicles and are used most often in the offshore oil and gas industries. ROVs are the type of vehicles that most of us find somewhat exciting as a concept. Imagine – some people are lucky enough to spend their entire day playing with, sorry controlling - a small submarine from aboard a boat or a floating platform or oil rig. The vehicle is equipped with a camera so that they can see where the vehicle is, its surroundings and get clear vision of any tasks ...
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The main driving component of any hydraulic system is the hydraulic power unit. Comprised of a motor, a hydraulic pump and a reservoir, these units are capable of generating a huge amount of power to drive almost any type of hydraulic ram. Pascal’s law of physics is at the centre of the operation of any power unit, as they draw their power from area and pressure ratios.
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Subsea hydraulic components have long been used for marine and deep sea applications. Even in the 1970’s large machines had started to use the first hydraulic components to help with underwater activities for industries such as oil and gas.
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Having spent over two decades developing a wide range of appropriate hydraulic power units, we have been told by our customers that our hydraulic power units are on point. Not only are they well thought out but they are maintenance friendly, efficient and leak proof. Each one is designed using the most advanced 3D modelling in combination with reliable fluid power analysis tools.
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When it comes to reliable power sources for subsea production systems, our hydraulic power units have been recognised as some of the best. We design, manufacture and test all of our systems in house and on site to deliver a collection of products that make it possible to meet all standards for a variety of subsea pressure systems and control systems.
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The oil and gas industry use remote operated vehicles (ROV) to perform pipeline and cable operations on the ocean floor. The main benefit of this is that humans don’t need to go thousands of meters before the surface of the sea where the pressure is dangerously high. Already the pressure can be a challenge for engineers of these subsea hydraulic operated systems.
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Which machine would you point to as the best example of the use of hydraulics? Judging on raw power, you might point to a shredder. They can suck things in, chew them up and spit them out within seconds.
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A comparison of Hydraulic Power and Pneumatic Power As a manufacturer of high-performance hydraulic equipment, our field may not be something that everybody is familiar with. For the lay person, they’ll find that most domestic power tools are fuelled by electric, with a few pneumatics in the mix, such as nail hammers.  It’s uncommon to stumble across hydraulic tools outside of manufacturing or other heavy industrial environments. Although there are some hand held hydraulic tools in c...
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Machines Powered by Hydraulic Powerpacks That Help Society As you are aware we love hydraulic power, we wouldn’t do what we do if we didn’t. But, today we wanted to write an article on some of our favourite machines that are powered by hydraulic powerpacks. We have told you before that the world is a better place because of hydraulic powerpacks, and today we are going to prove it. Firstly we have chosen to look at how hydraulic powerpacks help the everyday mechanic. In...
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Hydraulics has been around for a very long time. But are you aware of how far it has actually come? You wouldn’t be alone if you responded with no. It is a very technical subject that can be quite difficult to understand, but in this article we want to tell you the story of hydraulics! We want to share with you who discovered hydraulics, what it was originally used for and how hydraulic power got to where it is today.So why don’t we start at the beginning! Where does the word hydraul...
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