Hydraulic Motor

Hydraulic Motor:
A hydraulic motor is part of a hydraulic drive system that uses pressurized fluid to move a cylinder and make a machine function. An electric motor, combustion engine, or some other type of generator, pressurizes hydraulic fluid through a series of valves and pipes to control the system. This fluid physically pushes either a hydraulic cylinder or motor and drives the machinery. The motor itself is the actuator that converts the fluid's pressure into torque and rotation.
Set Descending Direction
View as Grid List

10000 items

Page
per page
Set Descending Direction
View as Grid List

10000 items

Page
per page