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Mission Critical Hydraulic Manifolds

January 01, 1900 / NIMIT PATEL

A hydraulic manifold is a component which regulates fluid flow between pumps and actuators and other components in a hydraulic system. It is also known as “hydraulic integrated circuit” (HIC).

With a hydraulic system, the same fluid is circulated repeatedly from a fixed reservoir.  Hydraulic oils are relatively incompressible liquids. The actuators are easily controllable and accurate positions, speeds, or forces. The fluid used for most hydraulic systems are mainly mineral oil types, but other fluids such as ethylene, glycol, or synthetic types are also common.

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