Hydraulic System

What is a hydraulic system?

The hydraulic system is a system of power transfer mechanism using liquid media in the form of a fluid. The hydraulic mechanism works based on Pascal’s law which reads “The pressure exerted on a liquid in a closed space, it will be continued in all directions”.

In simple terms, a hydraulic system is a device that relies on fluid as a driving material in lifting the extractor. Fluids are generally in the form of liquid substances such as oil which are specially designed for fluid use. Therefore, the performance of the hydraulic system is only one axis, which is forward and backward.

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