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2008-06-19
Article
Hydraulics may not seem to be at the forefront of the green movement, but the transition from fossil fuels to alternative power sources is creating many challenges for hydraulics companies. Evidencing the uncertainty that’s arising during this changeover, some equipment makers are looking at hydraulic technology as an alternative to electric-motor hybrids, while some hydraulic vendors are looking at electric motors.
2008-06-19
Article
Hydraulic engineers who know a lot about fluid pressure and other topics may not understand the intricacies of the software that's transforming hydraulic systems. They'll still be able to create programs using a range of new tools coming from vendors.
2008-06-19
Article
Sauer-Danfoss has expanded its family of proportional flow control cartridge valves to provide new sizes, including a smaller, more compact design that delivers higher pressure capabilities.
2012-06-04
Article
Robust performance in a small package with the new PVG 100 High-Flow valve option.
2011-03-30
Article
Sauer-Danfoss now offers additional H1 piston pump frame sizes for improved vehicle flexibility, efficiency, and productivity.
2011-05-17
Article
The H1B 160 cm³ bent axis motor from Sauer-Danfoss joins the H1 axial piston pump family to improve efficiency, reliability, and flexibility.
2011-04-18
Article
As Sauer-Danfoss points out, the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) and its related standards explicitly put new, tough demands on vehicle designers to quantify the safety levels of their machine.
2011-05-25
Article
Sauer-Danfoss Inc. has established a “stand-alone” business named Valmova, derived from the company’s tag line “Valves with More Value,” effective May 1. Valmova will manufacture and sell directional control valves, which were previously manufactured and marketed within the central Sauer-Danfoss organization.
2012-03-27
Article
Many design engineering departments continue to struggle to find enough engineering resources to develop new products, whether due to hiring constraints or the ability to secure talent.
2011-07-30
Article
Regulators are forcing equipment suppliers to reduce emissions, improve fuel economy, and improve safety, while customers are pressing for more features and functions.
2009-06-16
Article
The D Series cast iron gear motor from Sauer-Danfoss improves performance in demanding off-highway applications.
2008-07-11
Article
Off-highway mobile machinery OEMs and distributors can select from four types of ready-to-mount hydraulic integrated circuits (HICs) that fit seven Sauer-Danfoss low-speed, high-torque motors.
2008-07-11
Article
The MC088-015-00000 microcontroller from Sauer-Danfoss is an 88-pin device which includes 42 inputs, 32 outputs, and two CAN 2.0B ports.
2008-09-03
Article
Electronic controls continue to enable engineers to improve performance and add personality to off-highway equipment.
2010-07-07
Article
Through the economic downturn, Sauer-Danfoss took into account upcoming regulations and standards as it continued its testing and research work.
2010-04-05
Article
The H1 60-cm³ (23.6-in³) bent axis motor from Sauer-Danfoss was designed to improve reliability and features a displacement ratio of 32°, 0° capability, and a low pressure drop within the fluid galleries of the motor.
2008-12-15
Article
Sauer-Danfoss’ H1 80 and 110 cm3 (4.9 and 6.7 in3) bent axis motors were designed for electrical control and feature an IP 69 rating to withstand harsh environments.
2009-02-16
Article
Electrohydraulics are particularly suited to platforms where there is a high degree of coordination required between the propulsion and work functions, as well as those where functional complexity or repetition of task is more suited to an automated approach.
2013-07-03
Article
Fan drive control for H1 pumps satisfies power levels above 20 kW (27 hp), offers proportional forward control with reversing, and zero-speed capability.
2013-05-06
Article
Design teams are challenged to optimize the delivery of complex, yet value-generating software while getting new machines to market as fast as possible.
2002-03-19
Technical Paper
2002-01-1459
Wayne R. Anderson
Combine 25 years of electrohydraulic component, production, and system experience with control theory into a new valve design incorporating both nozzle-flapper and solenoid components, and you obtain an innovative, differential pressure control pilot valve (PCP). Utilizing a single component that integrates many functions, this invention reduces a complicated valve into a simple low-cost assembly, yielding a multi-purpose (patent-pending) electrohydraulic servovalve. This PCP has been combined with several patented boost stages to yield pressure control servovalves (PCS) and flow control servovalves (FCS) that can be utilized in construction, industrial, and agricultural environments. The new, simplified and symmetric PCP/PCS can drive a pump directly with an option of built-in electronic rotational feedback. The PCP generates servovalve performance at less than proportional valve costs. These controls can be utilized in both open and closed-circuit arrangements.
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