Anyone who works in the hydraulic industry knows how important it is to reduce contamination. Dust particles, debris, dirt, and even water that enters equipment may wreak havoc and result in hydraulic system failure. Therefore, it is critical to keep all these contaminants out of the system by thoro...

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Hydraulic hoses are the lifeline of most heavy equipment and machinery. It is a commonly understood that hydraulic hoses break down, eventually. But, by following a few standard practices, you can extend the life of your hydraulic hose and keep your machinery up and running longer. Four common cause...

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Hydraulic hoses are designed to transmit hydraulic fluid in fluid power systems. They offer hydraulic systems extra flexibility for the operation and protection of the overall assembly from damage as a result of wear or abrasion. Hydraulic Hose Compatibilities: Temperature- Hydraulic hoses can opera...

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Have you ever wondered how long a hydraulic hose assembly lasts? It would be great if there were a specific time limit on these assemblies. It would be simple to mark an expiration date, set an email reminder and forget about it. Unfortunately, it is not that easy. The good news is that there are &h...

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Hydraulic hoses are designed to prevent leakage, but unfortunately, with regular use, there may be some deterioration over time. As a result of this,they might not serve their intended function as well as they could. Regular maintenance is the best way to prevent leakage. Even if you don’t care mu...

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