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Self contained linear axis – the assemblies

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Ideal combination of hydraulics and electrics

The self-contained hydraulic assemblies combine a servo drive with a hydraulic pump, a control block and hydraulic cylinders as well as safety valves and sensors to an axis with ist own fluid circuit.

Differentiation self contained linear axis from conventional hydraulics

Completely ready-to-install and maintenance-free SHAs offer users with little knowledge of hydraulics an exciting opportunity for electrification of drives for high loads, speeds or strokes. Because a servo drive with a hydraulic pump, a hydraulic cylinder as well as sensors and optional safety valves are combined into a single self-contained, closed system, a transition to the conventional hydraulic solution in the open system under TCO-aspects (total cost of ownership) can be more economical for multi-axis applications. Digitally controlled hydraulic axes with integrated axis controller (IAC) are state-of-the-art for open systems, which are also multi-Ethernet capable. Likewise, those machine engineers who have extensive experience with hydraulics may want to continue to implement their own solutions using a comprehensive solution kit. For all other cases, SHAs offer an interesting alternative to traditional hydraulics, because they unleash the numerous improvement capabilities of the linear drive in closed systems

Mr. Torsten Kuebert from Bosch Rexroth explains the self contained axis in 42 seconds. Watch the video here.

More information: www.boschrexroth.com/sha

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