Continental Hydraulics was founded in 1962 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Today, the company's extensive product range can be found hard at work in a wide variety of demanding mobile and industrial applications around the world.
Continental Hydraulics has been at the forefront of developing hydraulic engineering solutions for over 60 years – testament to their long-standing reputation built upon exceeding challenges and opportunities. The company brands themselves as a one-stop-shop for valves, pumps, power units and proportional products, all of which are assembled in the US by an experienced and dedicated team.
Today, the company’s product range includes: directional control valves, flow control valves, proportional and pressure relief/reducing valves, explosion-proof valves, electronics, hydraulic pumps, piston pumps, vane pumps, power units, modular stack valves, sub-plate and in-line valves and manifolds.
Common sectors and applications harnessing Continental’s capabilities typically include: fabricated metal and machinery, heavy industry equipment, food and beverage, agriculture, medical and pharmaceutical, chemical manufacturing, oil and gas, mining, renewable energies, forestry, construction, transportation, plastics and rubber.
Continental’s hydraulic control valves feature some of the highest flow and lowest pressure drops available. Their rugged, durable and efficient design also make them a low cost solution for many applications. They are available in a number of designs: solenoid, monitored, hazardous location, lever, pneumatic, hydraulic, proportional, modular stack designs to meet a huge range of application requirements.
Beyond valves, the company’s knowledge and experience in pump manufacturing has resulted in some of the most robust, long-life pumps available today. Their range includes: PVR and PVX series variable vane pumps and LPV Series and HPVR Series piston pumps.
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