The Kawasaki Staffa hydraulics radial piston motor range offers fixed, variable and high power versions. In addition, the motors provide high-torque and low-speed control to a wide range of applications.
Kawasaki Staffa hydraulics motors are found in the most demanding marine and industrial applications. For instance: deck machinery, offshore winches, plastic injection moulding machines and drill rigs. Moreover, the hydraulically balanced construction results in a range of radial piston motors offering enviable levels of reliability.
The range of Staffa radial piston motors comprises:
HMF motors: a new addition to the range. The HMF three-speed models have three pre-set displacements, which can be chosen from a wide range to suit specific application requirements. Motor displacement are changed with ease, while the motor is running.
HMB motors: fixed displacement HMB series radial piston motors incorporates high efficiency with good breakout torque and smooth running capability.
HMC motors: variable displacement models with two pre-set displacements, which can be chosen from a wide range, to suit specific application requirements. These motors are come in a continuously variable version, using either hydro-mechanical or electro-hydraulic control methods.
HPC motors: the enhanced variable displacement HPC models include special low friction components, combined with crankcase flushing flow, to achieve increased shaft power.
The motors are used around the world in marine and offshore winch applications. Above all they are known for their efficiency and reliability.
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