How Hydraulic Cylinders Can Help Your Business

Hydraulic Cylinders Many industries can benefit from utilizing hydraulic cylinders on a routine basis. Hydraulic cylinders are actuation devices that rely on pressurized hydraulic fluid in order to produce linear force and motion. You will find them in everything from manufacturing machinery to construction equipment. Take a closer look at some of the benefits of using hydraulic cylinders below.

They can provide plenty of power to machines.

The main benefit of using a hydraulic cylinder is that it’s capable of providing all of the power you will need out of a machine even when it’s not positioned near a power source. Hydraulic cylinders don’t necessarily need to be right next to a diesel engine or electric motor in order to do their jobs. They will set you up with the power you’re looking for regardless of whether they’re near the main power generation source or not.

They can demonstrate an impressive and efficient power-to-size ratio.

When you look at a hydraulic cylinder, it probably won’t look like it should provide all of the power that it does. Hydraulic cylinders aren’t necessarily large. However, the power-to-size ratios of hydraulic cylinders is efficient. You can also usually enjoy variable speed control with them and other features like automatic overload protection.

They can be used in almost any conditions.

Do you need to complete a job in the dead of winter or the height of summer? It won’t make any difference to your hydraulic cylinders. These cylinders are designed to hold up well in just about any condition you throw at them.

Action Compaction Equipment has used a wide range of hydraulic cylinders while working in the waste equipment industry for more than three decades now. After seeing so many hydraulic cylinders fail due to factors like poor design, we decided to create our own cylinders. They’re durable and reliable and won’t ever let you down. Call us at 801-565-1033 to order hydraulic cylinders.

 

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