Hydraulic jack

What is Hydraulic Cylinder Jack?

A hydraulic cylinder jack is a drive element used in equipment or vehicles to apply linear force using a hydraulic fluid (oil). In order to move heavy objects, the hand pump, which produces 700 bar pressure, transmits the oil in the hose to the cylinder and the piston moves under the pressure created. This power of motion can be done by lifting, lowering, pushing or pulling heavy objects.

Hydraulic Cylinder Should We Pay Attention?

Some important details in the selection of hydraulic cylinders contribute to our success in the most accurate way.

These details are; Cylinder Type:

Multi-purpose, flat type, stepped type, hollow center, with lock lock nut.

Cylinder Working Type:

Single-acting (oil inlet from the bottom, single inlet) / Double-acting (oil inlet from the bottom and two inlet from the top)

Piston Closing Type:

Spring return: While draining the oil of the cylinder whose task is finished, the spring inside pulls the piston back to its bed and lowers it. This series is generally used for upward lifting and horizontal pushing. It is not preferred in projects that require very sensitive lowering.

Load return: By applying an external force on the cylinder whose task is completed, it allows the piston to descend into its bed. This series is generally used in stepped models or flat flat models. This method is preferred in models where the return spring cannot be positioned due to the distance inside the cylinder.

Oil return: This type of cylinders are also double acting cylinders. It is used with a double acting two hose connection pump, which will allow the piston to be discharged from the tree into the pump while pumping oil from the inlet above. to provide a position.