2019-2023 Global and Regional Aircraft Hydraulic System Industry Production, Sales and Consumption Status and Prospects Professional Market Research Report

Aircraft Hydraulic System Market 2019 Report offers a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Global Aircraft Hydraulic System Market along with competitive landscape, Aircraft Hydraulic System Market share and revenue forecasts 2023. This report is a valuable source of guidance for companies and individuals offering Industry Chain Structure, Business Strategies and Proposals for New Project Investments.

Overview Of Aircraft Hydraulic System Market:

The increasing need for highly reliable system, higher power to weight ratio of hydraulics system, low cooling cost due to low amount of heat generated, and wide range of load handling capacity of hydraulic system are major factors expected to drive the growth of the aircraft hydraulic system market in the coming years.

Report further studies the Aircraft Hydraulic System market development status and future trend across the world. Also, it splits Aircraft Hydraulic System market by type and by applications to fully and deeply research and reveal market profile and prospects.

Segmentations Analysis:

By Top Key Players:
United Technologies Corporation, Parker Hannifin Corporation, Safran S.A., Eaton Corporation PLC, Liebherr-International AG, Woodward, Inc., Triumph Group, Inc., Moog Inc., Arkwin Industries Inc., Beaver Aerospace and Defense, Inc.

By Type
Closed Center Hydraulic System, Open Center Hydraulic System

By Component
Reservoir, Filters, Pumps, Valves, Accumulators, Actuators, Hydraulic Fluid, Hoses, Pipes and Connectors

By Platform
Fixed Wing, Rotary Wing

Aircraft Hydraulic System Market report covers the manufacturers’ data, including: shipment, price, revenue, gross profit, interview record, business distribution etc., these data help the consumer know about the competitors better. This report also covers all the regions and countries of the world, which shows a regional development status, including market size, volume and value, as well as price data.

Geographically, this report is segmented into severalkey regions, with sales, revenue, market share and growth Rate of Aircraft Hydraulic System in these regions, from 2014 to 2023, covering

  • North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Turkey etc.)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam)
  • South America (Brazil etc.)
  • Middle East and Africa (Egypt and GCC Countries)



Hydraulic Integrated Circuits Provide Big Payoffs

Although the benefits of hydraulic integrated circuits (HICs) are not as dramatic as those in the electronics world, they still can substantially reduce the size, complexity, and overall cost of hydraulic systems. Furthermore, HICs exhibit additional advantages that go beyond these benefits.

An HIC consists of a manifold containing multiple pressure-, directional-, and even proportional-control valves. In extreme cases, an HIC may even contain pumps, filters, actuators, or any combination of these to form a completely self-contained hydraulic system. This has become a growing trend in hydraulics by using a variable-speed electric motor to drive the hydraulic pump. Most HICs, however, consist of a manifold containing inlet and outlet ports, cartridge and subplate mounted valves (or both), and a network of internal passages that route hydraulic fluid through branch circuits of the hydraulic system.

Realizing the Benefits

Traditional hydraulic systems use hose and metal tubing to route hydraulic fluid from a hydraulic power unit (HPU) to a variety of valves and actuators, and back to the HPU. With an HIC, hose and tubing still routes fluid from the HPU to a variety of valves, but most of these valves may be contained within a single manifold tucked away in an available space on a machine.

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The transformation of Terex

Terex was created by acquisitions. Its genesis can be traced back to the old General Motors off-highway truck division based in Motherwell, which still exists today, albeit under Volvo ownership. But just about every brand within the group has been bought rather than created.

After it listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1991 Terex embarked on perhaps the most sustained acquisitions spree that the construction machinery sector has seen.

At that time the company consisted of not much more than the off-highway truck division in Motherwell, along with Unit Rig, Fruehauf Trailer and Koehring Cranes in the USA.

Driven by Ron DeFeo, who joined from Case in 1992 and took over as president the following year, Terex spent the next 10 years taking over Clark Material Handling, O&K Mining, Simon, PPM mobile cranes (including P&H and Italian manufacturer Bendini), American Crane, Peiner and Comedil tower cranes, Fantuzzi, Noell, Franna, Fermec, Benford, Powerscreen, Cedar Rapids, Finlay, Atlas Weyhausen, Schaeff, Fuchs, Jacques, CMI and Bid-Well.

In 2002 came two significant acquisitions that changed Terex: Genie (aerial work platforms) and Demag (more cranes). Unlike previous acquisitions these were not distressed or niche companies but major players in their sectors.

Until now, the Terex model had been buying struggling businesses, stripping out cost and trying to rebuild something out of them. Terex was the Poundworld plant firm, piling high and selling cheap. Its adverts proclaimed that you could buy three Terex cranes for the price of two competitors. While German and Japanese manufacturers promoted their technological superiority and bullet-proof reliability, Terex’s slogan was ‘Simple, available and cost-effective’. They aimed to disrupt the markets in which they operated, and often succeeded.

The addition of Demag, and to a lesser extent Genie, changed this. Terex acquired the Demag mobile crane business when the giant Mannesmann industrial conglomerate was taken apart by Vodafone and Siemens. Demag cranes were more technologically advanced than most. Terex had joined the big league, no longer making just rough terrains and truck cranes – “commodity products”, DeFeo and Filipov called them – but now all terrain and heavy-duty crawler cranes, both highly engineered products.

And if Demag (along with Schaeff and Fuchs, acquired the same year) taught Terex to think like the Germans, Genie taught it to think like the Japanese, introducing Terex to the Toyota Production System management philosophy.

By now laden with debt, it was time to take stock and digest, and the acquisitions slowed.

Then came the global crash in 2008 that reduced Terex’s annual revenues from US$8bn to less than US$4bn and saw it plunge to a loss of nearly US$400m in 2008.

Time for a new strategy: diversification from construction equipment into industrial machinery. It bought the factory crane and port equipment business Demag Cranes AG (initially 82% in 2011, then all of it in 2012). This had originally been part of the Mannesmann group along with Demag Mobile Cranes but by this stage was wholly unconnected except for a common brand name.

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Global Hydraulic Hose and Fittings Market Industry

Hydraulic systems use pipe or tubes to transmit the energy produced by the hydraulic fluid. Hoses are responsible for transmission of fluid or fluid power within a hydraulic system under high-pressure conditions and require proper connection of the fittings to the hydraulic system.

The increasing construction of green buildings to be one of the major factors driving market growth. The construction, establishment, and subsequent services of a building requires large amounts of energy. It has been witnessed that buildings emit a high amount of greenhouse gases which is more than the transportation sector. This factor is leading to increased demand for energy-efficient green buildings as they are designed to consume less energy. Moreover, green buildings reduce the energy consumption and effectively uses the available energy to meet all their requirements.

APAC is expected to witness a considerable growth in hydraulic fittings market during the next few years. This region will be the major contributor to the growth of the market due to the rapid urbanization in the emerging countries such as China and India.

The global Hydraulic Hose and Fittings market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.

This report focuses on Hydraulic Hose and Fittings volume and value at global level, regional level and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Hydraulic Hose and Fittings market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect. Regionally, this report focuses on several key regions: North America, Europe, China and Japan.

Key companies profiled in Hydraulic Hose and Fittings Market report are Bridgestone, Eaton, Gates, Manuli Hydraulics, Parker Hannifin, The Yokohama Rubberand more in term of company basic information, Product Introduction, Application, Specification, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2014-2019), etc.

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ASV VT-70 High Output Posi-Track Loader Provides Maximum Performance, Power, Productivity

“Fitting more power into our machines is a never-ending mission at ASV,” said Justin Rupar, ASV Holdings Inc. vice president of sales and marketing. “The impressively powerful VT-70 High Output will allow our customers to complete tough jobs quickly and efficiently.”

Leading Power
The new VT-70 high output features 207 foot pounds of torque, allowing customers to get projects done quickly. High torque allows for maximum performance, high speeds and minimal engine bog down in all applications.

ASV built the machine with a turbocharged 74.3-hp Deutz 2.2-liter diesel engine. Drive motors transfer the torque to ASV’s internal-drive sprockets. Internal rollers reduce friction loss in the undercarriage, resulting in maximum power being transferred to the track regardless of drive speed.

The engine meets EPA Tier IV Final emission standards utilizing a DOC-only exhaust after-treatment without a DPF or SCR. This completely eliminates all downtime risks, maintenance and the additional costs associated with regeneration and diesel exhaust fluid.

A robust hydraulic system allows for optimal performance and efficiency with even the most demanding attachments. Many other machines lose as much as 30 percent of their horsepower as a result of belt-driven pumps and hydraulic system restrictions, according to the manufacturer. The VT-70 high output’s direct-drive pumps optimize performance over belt-driven pump systems, allowing the machine to run attachments more efficiently than even higher-horsepower competitive units. The compact track loader’s hydraulic system includes 3,300 psi of auxiliary pressure and a 22.2-gpm standard flow. An optional 27.4-gpm high-flow system is available for even greater performance with demanding attachments. Built for peak efficiency, the system features large line sizes, hydraulic coolers and direct-drive pumps, transferring more flow and pressure directly to the attachment.

The VT-70 high output includes a rated operating capacity of 2,328 lbs. and a tipping load of 6,650 lbs. It is 65.6 in. (166.6 cm) wide and has a 126.5-in. (321 cm) lift height. The machine features speeds as fast as 11 mph. A self-leveling system allows attachments to stay at a set position while lifting. Operators can use the unit with all standard attachments.

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Hydraulic Drive System Market 2019 – Competitive Strategies, Estimates CAGR Analysis, Growth Factors And Regional Outlook 2025

Global Hydraulic Drive System Market Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis along with Major Segments and Forecast, 2019-2025’. The report provides information and the advancing Hydraulic Drive System business series information in the sector to the exchange. The Hydraulic Drive System report provides a notion connected to the progress of this market movement of significant players of this industry. An examination of this Hydraulic Drive System market relies upon aims, which are of coordinated into Hydraulic Drive System analysis, is incorporated into the reports.

An exclusive Hydraulic Drive System market research report contains a brief on those trends which may enable the companies operating in a to know to strategize and the current sector to their small enterprise expansion. The investigation report analyses the market size, industry share, growth, key sections, CAGR, and drivers.
Global Hydraulic Drive System Market, by Type, can be divided into:

  • Hydraulic Press
  • Hydraulic Cylinder
  • Hydraulic Motor
  • Hydraulic Valves

Segments by Application:

  • Industrial
  • Automotive
  • Aerospace & Defense
  • Others

Promising Countries & Regions Mentioned in the Global Hydraulic Drive System Market Report:
North America, Asia-Pacific, UK, Europe, Central & South America, Middle East & Africa

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Morbark launches new Rayco T415 forestry machine

Morbark is debuting the new Rayco T415 Forestry Machine.

Designed for land-clearing companies, construction companies, pipeline contractors, utility contractors and real estate developers, the T415 allows customers to change between a Predator forestry mower/mulcher head and a Hydra Stumper stump cutter attachment.

“The T415 forestry machine is designed for large-scale land-clearing contractors,” said J.R. Bowling, Rayco Manufacturing’s mulcher specialist. “It’s a lot of cutting power in a very nimble package.”

Powered by a 415 hp Cat C9.3B Diesel Tier 4 Final engine, the T415 boasts a closed-loop hydrostatic system to power the mulcher or cutter head, sending 530 litres per min to the attachment’s drive motors.

The hydraulic output is power-optimized to match the engine’s power curve, keeping the mulcher or stumper rpm constant, even under load for a finer mulched product with fewer passes.

As the engine rpm pulls down under load, pump displacement increases to maintain the 530 litres per minute flow. The operator feels more power at the cutter head over a broader engine rpm band.

Predator mulcher head
For mowing/mulching applications, the Predator mulcher head has a 232-cm cutting width, and is powered by a pair of variable displacement drive motors.

The Predator mulcher head is equipped with 49 single-bolt teeth, including end teeth with extra carbide to power through anything its way. The mulching head also has a synchronous drive belt for low maintenance and long wear life and slotted mounting lugs to follow terrain with minimal machine stress. A manually adjustable tree catcher and hydraulic debris flap is standard.

The Hydra Stumper head muscles through stumps with its 122-cm diameter by 7.6 cm thick cutter wheel equipped with 56 Monster Tooth cutter tools. The cutting range reaches 2.74 metres wide, 2.69 metres high and 117 cm deep.

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(2019 – 2024) Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System Market Growth Factors, Regional Analysis, Applications, & Manufacturers And Forecasts

The report is an exhaustive investigation of Global Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System market offering development rates, size of the business, aggressive scene data, variables to the contributing development of the worldwide Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System market and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. This investigation additionally breaks down the market status, market share, development rate, future patterns, market drivers, openings and difficulties, dangers and section barriers, deals channels, wholesalers and Analysis.

Market Overview:

“Valve Remote Control System is designed for remote concentrated management of the valves. Valves are driven by hydraulic, pneumatic or electric.”

According to this study, Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System report provides 164 pages research data over the next five years. The Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System market will register a xx% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach US$ xx million by 2024, from US$ xx million in 2019.

Top Key Players in Global Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System market are:


Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System market Production Breakdown Data by Top Regions:

  • United States (Canada, Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia, Spain)
  • APAC (China, Japan, Korea, Australia)
  • Africa (Egypt, Israel, Turkey)

The study objectives of Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System Market report are:

  • To study and analyze the global Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System market consumption (value & volume) by key regions/countries, product type and application, history data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2024.
  • To understand the structure of Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System market by identifying its various sub segments.
  • Focuses on the key global Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System market manufacturers, to define, describe and analyze the sales volume, value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years.
  • To analyze the Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System market with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.
  • To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks).
  • To project the consumption of Hydraulic Valve Remote Control System submarkets, with respect to key regions (along with their respective key countries).
  • To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.

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Kinshofer releases DXS hydraulic mobile excavator shears

Kinshofer USA, Sanborn, New York, has introduced the DXS Series of hydraulic mobile excavator shears, which the company says features industry-leading power-to-weight ratios, jaw opening sizes, cycle times and hydraulic efficiency. The series, available in the DXS-40 and DXS-50 models, is suitable for scrap processing, tire recycling and demolition. Both models are also available with integrated Fuchs Quick Connect (FQC) system.

“We designed the DXS Series to enhance contractors’ productivity and ROI (return on investment,” says Francois Martin, Kinshofer North America general manager. “Traditionally, more power means a larger cylinder, which results in a bigger, heavier shear and, often, a larger machine. The DXS-50 has the same-sized cylinder as shears in the same weight class but with 25 percent more power, allowing our customers to achieve higher performance without investing in larger carriers. This saves them money upfront while improving their ROI with the attachment’s production-boosting qualities,” he adds.

Kinshofer’s DemaPower 2.0 cylinder technology gives the DXS-50 the same power as shears two sizes larger, according to the manufacturer. The cylinder uses four chambers instead of the two found in other shears, resulting in 20 percent more surface area within the cylinder. That allows the DXS Series to exert up to 25 percent more power from a smaller attachment, resulting in the best power-to-weight ratio in its size class, Kinshofer says. The 9,920-pound (4,500-kilogram) DXS-50 features a closing force of 1,203 tons (10,700 kilonewtons) compared with 922 tons (8,210 kilonewtons) from its 9,020-pound (4,100-kilogram) predecessor, the DRS-45.

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Troubleshooting Challenge: Shaft Seal Fails on Pressure-Compensated Pump

A simple 2,000-psi hydraulic system was designed and installed to run a conveyor in a hog-processing plant (see schematic). Two belt conveyors at a vertical angle to each other create a V shape, with about a 12-in. gap at the bottom and about a 30-in. gap at the top. A flat floor at the bottom of the conveyor slopes down from the entrance. Hogs travel down single file into the conveyor. As they enter the conveyor, the sloping floor causes the hogs to be wedged in and carried to where they are dispatched, and processing begins.

The new system developed a problem with the C-face mounted pump shaft seal failing after six weeks or so. The seal lip with a garter spring was pushed out. The maintenance crew replaced the seal and was told by the power-unit builder that this type of failure was normally due to excessive pump case pressure. The crew installed a standard 0- to 300-psi pressure gauge teed into the case line to monitor case pressure.

They observed it for several hours, then every day for a week or two. They noticed that when the pump compensated each time the conveyor was stopped, the pressure would spike between 10 and 15 psi but then only read about 5 to 8 psi. When the directional valve was shifted to run the system, the pressure would drop even lower.

The pump shaft seal failed again five weeks later. The power-unit builder said case pressures this low shouldn’t cause these failures, but they did not know what could be causing the failures.

Do you have any ideas?

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