Hydraulic pressure-gated bearing pullers are being designed for the future, with the possibility of one day being available on the market.
The development of pressure-gate bearing puller technology has been underway for decades, as it has been proven to be highly reliable, with an average of over 100,000 applications made for the application.
The key feature of the push-gate design is that the force applied by the bearing is only applied when the pressure is released, rather than when the bearing moves.
A single unit, known as a hydraulic pressure-gatherer, uses a single, small impeller, and only delivers the force to a lever which is attached to a plate that allows the lever to be operated.
The pressure is applied to a hydraulic lever that sits inside the device, and a pressure sensor is then used to monitor the force.
As the pressure increases, the lever will move further away from the plate, until the device has to release the pressure to allow the lever and plate to move back into position.
The technology was developed by a consortium of Chinese manufacturers and engineers, led by Hydraulic Supply Corporation, in collaboration with a number of other suppliers, and the final version will be available for use by the end of the year.
“In the future the pushgate design will be made into a simple and affordable unit, which will allow manufacturers to produce a variety of pressure gauge units,” a spokesperson for the Chinese company said.
“It will also help to improve the quality of pressure gauges produced by Chinese companies and to provide manufacturers with an affordable solution for the pressure-sensitive applications they are now looking at.”
In the coming months, a new version of the pressure gauge will be released, which should make it easier for pressure-driven applications.
This will help manufacturers to make better pressure gauging products for their applications.
The first Hydraulic Push Gate Bearing Pulling Unit is pictured, which can be used in pressure-powered applications, and will be the first of its kind in the worldThis type of device has been tested to work on pressures between 3.8-5.0g and up to 5.5-7.0kPa, and can deliver an average force of 1.8g.
The push-gatherers will be compatible with pressure-controlled valves.
A press gate bearing pull, as pictured, has been developed by the Chinese manufacturer for pressure control and pressure-based applications.
Image: Hydraulic supply, ChinaTaha Technologies, Ltd, a subsidiary of the Taha Technologies Group, announced on its website that the press gate design is already being used in the automotive industry.
“The development team has successfully demonstrated the high performance and high reliability of the press gates for pressure controlled applications,” the company said in a statement.
“This work was conducted with the support of the Chinese automotive industry.”
The press gate is an advanced design for pressure driven applications, which was first developed by Taha and other Chinese companies.
Taha said the pressure gate was the first pressure-generating device to be developed for use in pressure controlled valves, and it is expected to be ready for mass production in 2017.
“Press gates can be easily integrated into pressure controlled devices,” the press group said in the announcement.
“We are excited to begin production of pressure gate pressure sensors, as well as a new press gate assembly, and we will be announcing a range of new products at a later date.”
The company has a patent pending for the push gate, and is also working on a pressure-control device.
The press group also said that it is working on other pressure-activated applications, including pressure-assisted door shutters.
The company said it was also working to bring pressure-pumping technology to the military, and said that a future version of its pressure-enabled door shutter could be ready in 2017, allowing troops to safely and securely open and close doors.
“Our research and development efforts with the Chinese companies have already resulted in the development of various applications in which the pressure applied to the pressure sensor and the valve can be controlled,” the statement added.
“These applications include door shuttering, ventilation and noise reduction, as they can be applied to various types of applications, such as door-to-door transport, as a noise reduction mechanism, for example.”