It’s no secret that we love hydraulics, and the absolute vast array of applications and projects that we are involved with every day. Take our hydraulic power pack design services – one week we’re designing the system to make the first UK Concorde “droop nose” work again and the next we’re working on a project to make mud bricks in Africa.
A new customer approached the technical team with a proposed design for a machine to make mud bricks to aid the construction of huts and basic housing in Africa; the whole project was being funded by a local charity/welfare group. The purpose of the machine was to compress the mud in large, brick-shaped moulds before the bricks were then baked and used to build the huts.
Drawing on their extensive technical knowledge, our technical team suggested some modifications to the customer’s original suggestions and then went on to build a hydraulic power pack design that would meet the system requirements exactly.
The picture above shows the complete machine and the hydraulic power pack in situ and below we have a “thank you” from the customer:
“Thanks for all your support and your prompt replies to my queries and for providing the best hydraulic power pack design and equipment… unlike the substandard components from China used by others. Our client is very happy with the overall performance of the equipment.”
So whether you’re working on Concorde or just working with mud you can rely on Hydraulics Online to design it, supply it, solve it or repair it!
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