Kawasaki is known for the development of swash-plate type axial piston motors for mobile and industrial applications.
With high class performance, high-efficiency and low noise Kawasaki axial piston motors are ideally suited for the most arduous and exacting applications.
The range comprises:
M5X series: an extremely compact fixed displacement swash plate type axial piston motor with built-in parking brake designed for the swing function of excavators, cranes and other construction machinery. Available in 80cc, 130cc, 180cc and 250cc displacements, 330 bar continuous pressure rating and built in anti-shock and deceleration valves.
The M3X and M3B series are swash plate type axial piston motors in fixed (M3X) and variable (M3B) displacement versions. They are used extensively in mobile crusher drives, cranes and drill rigs. Available in 200cc, 280cc, 530cc and 800cc displacements, 300 bar continuous pressure rating, constant horsepower control option and parking brake.
The M7V series is a high speed variable displacement swash plate type axial piston motor. It is suitable for use in hydrostatic transmissions, drill rigs and crane winch systems. Available in 85cc, 112cc and 160cc displacements, 400 bar continuous pressure rating, electronic and hydraulic displacement control. Fixed displacement version available.
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