The mechanical power can be generated in various ways, and electrical as well as pneumatic systems are alternatives to hydrolic power generation systems. Mechanical power is used in a variety of applications such as pumps, motors and valves.
The pump converts a small amount of mechanical power into hydralic power, the valve controls the hydraulic oil flow and the hydraulic cylinder converts the hydraulic power into a large amount of mechanical power. The main components of a typical basic hydraulic system are a pump, a valve and a hydraulic cylinder. The hydraulic oil becomes hot during operation.
Heat kills hydraulic systems. That’s why hydraulic oil coolers are widely used in a diverse range of agricultural, mobile, manufacturing, and industrial settings. They remove excess heat generated by energy losses in a system, as well as that from external sources such as engines, furnaces, and even the surrounding environment.
In fact, coolers are often essential for designing temperature-optimized hydraulic systems that keep oil temperatures within a limited range. Such circuits are basic prerequisites for cost-efficient operation, as they provide a number of performance, economic, and environmental benefits.