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Germany-based HAWE Hydraulics, a supplier of controls to the mobile and industrial markets, offers its newly redesigned KA compact power unit for intermittent service. Ideal for a wide range of machine tool, high-pressure and clamping applications, the KA serves as a compact power supply that delivers operating pressures up to 10,000 pounds per square inch.

HAWE's KA power unit combines a pump, electric motor and tank in one unit, offering both minimal use of space and mobility, according to the company. The KA has reservoir capacities up to two gallons.

The modular KA is available with single- and three-phase motors, in single- or dual-stage pump versions, and can work with an array of valves (directly mountable) and accessories. Vertical and horizontal installation is possible, and turnkey solutions and customized versions are available by request.

For more information, visit hawe.de

SOURCE: HAWE Hydraulics in N.A.


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