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Hydraulics

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The hydraulic system transfers pressure through liquid to drive hydraulic machineries in the lifting of an object. CTP hydraulic parts help increase the force to get the desired power needed to operate your machine. For this reason, machines are constantly relying on their hydraulic system to perform at their optimum and most effective levels. CTP takes into account the importance of this and invest numerous hours into the development and testing of our hydraulic replacement parts. From control valves to the hoses and cylinders, CTP carries a large variety of hydraulic parts for your machine.

 

The following are some of the CTP Hydraulic system replacement parts available for your heavy equipment:

  • Hydraulic Cartridges
  • Hoses & Couplings
  • Hydraulic Barrels & Pistons
  • Hydraulic Pumps
  • Hydraulic Gears
  • Hydraulic Valves
  • Hydraulic Cylinders
  • Hydraulic Seals
  • Gerotor
  • Hydraulic Motors
  • Hydraulic Couplings
  • And More
 

Hydraulic Hoses & Couplings

CTP offers wide variety of hydraulic hoses and couplings made with best materials and lasts technology to guarantee durability and resistance.

 

Hydraulic Cartridges

CTP Cartridges come in special protective foam to ensure proper handle to its destination. With an improved appearance, CTP Cartridges achieve to reduce the noise levels. Viton® Rings are Included.

 

Hydraulic Pumps

Hydraulic pumps provide oil to all hydraulic motors in the system. CTP Stocks reliable hydraulic pumps that provide excellent performance capabilities in demanding condition.

 

Hydraulic Cylinders

CTP Hydraulic Cylinders are on the job every day, with superior strength and dent resistance reducing costly maintenance and downtime.

 

 

Additional Information

Common types of hydraulic pumps in Heavy Equipments:

Gear Pump: With its intermeshing gears that displace fluid they help in the creation of mechanical power. Gear pumps can have external or internal gears.

Piston Pump: Hydraulic piston pumps are classified based on the piston position. They are differentiated as axial and radial hydraulic pumps.