A hydraulic tool is a type of tools, the movement of the working parts of which is carried out thanks to various systems, the power element in which are certain liquids. Their composition, the composition of the other parts of the mechanism, structural features depend primarily on the scope of the unit.
The tools operate on the basis of the hydraulic fluid pressure of up to 720 bars (10,400 psi; 72,000 kPa), which must be provided from a power source.The hydraulic fluid is pressurised in the pump and conveyed in a hose under pressure to the tool.
Hydraulic tools came to us from the 18th century, and since then has not lost its relevance in almost all fields of application, although every year there are more and more high-tech analogues.
The main principles that apply when using such tools are the maximum reduction in energy costs and human effort.
But nothing has yet been able to displace such devices in terms of efficiency as:
A hydraulic fluid or hydraulic liquid is the medium by which power is transferred in hydraulic machinery. Common hydraulic fluids are based on mineral