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continue our discussion about our hydraulic system components and how
they are applied to our task. Our pumps, sump and system circuitry have
been previously described so this week I will cover the rotating
components, our pumps and motors in more detail.
Action screening machine works and continues to work for a long time as
a result of selecting quality components and then applying them is a
very conservative way. Each hydraulic component manufacturer publishes
a design life projection chart which offers expected operating life
listed in hours when used under suggested loading parameters.
select and use components that suggest we may expect many thousands of
life hours and then apply them at less than their continuous use
rating. For example, a typical variable volume pump as used on our
Model 68A will have a peak pressure rating of 4000 PSI or more. It will
have a continuous use rating of 3500 PSI. Our pressure relief valve
settings are 2500 PSI and our normal operating pressure will be around
1500 PSI. Our hydraulic motors will fall into a similar rating and use
By building our Model 68A with components such as
described we are able to feel very comfortable when saying you should
expect many years of hydraulic system life, even if you are operating
every day of the working week.
Blog # 10
I will continue my
comments about the many advantages of Orbital Action Screening in my next Blog. Meanwhile, look over our Videos and Job Stories
to learn more about Orbital Action Screening. Our products, with their
user friendly features and high performance levels could take you into
a new season with a much higher profit potential.
Send us your requirements by filling out and submitting the Intended Use Form
and you will soon have full details and a quote for the correct model
and available options to fulfill your job application needs
Finer Cut”, is Brad’s Blog. Each issue will cover a topic of interest
about our machines, our industry, our customers and more. I am excited
about the opportunity to use a Blog to broaden our communications with
our customers and industry. I invite you to return and visit from time
to time, cruising through previous issues to learn many details
regarding our products.
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