Silent Hydraulic System
- We have the solution!

In a hydraulic system, the pump or motor and its prime mover (e.g. electric motor, diesel engine) or load are sources of excitation energy in the form of dynamic forces, torques and flow ripple. Dynamic forces result in vibrations consequently causing noise from the system surfaces. Flow ripples give rise to dynamic forces at flow restrictions in the system such as valve blocks, filters and angled connectors.
  • Surfaces contributing much to the noise level are most often on the chassis (e.g. vehicle) on which the hydraulic system is mounted!
  • By using mass blocking, isolation and encapsulation in systems design, noise issues can be eliminated!

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