SPE Offshore Europe Exhibition 2017

Advanced Component Technology were delighted to exhibit at Offshore Europe 2017.

Adrian Cottam Sales Director explains: We were exhibiting the entire range of Kawasaki Hydraulic products with the New Staffa 3 Speed Motor front and centre. The Staffa radial piston motor has a proven pedigree in Offshore applications, and now the HMB (single displacement) , HMC (two displacements) and HPC (high power versions)are now joined by the innovative and exciting HMF (three displacement modes). Unlike other often more costly hydraulic motors, speed/displacement shifts can be carried out during dynamic operation, and a true freewheel capacity can be selected as required for some winch drives. During freewheel it is not necessary to pressurise the case for speeds up to 1,000 rpm, though faster speeds up to 1,500rpm  can be attained through case flushing. This is a real step forward, adding significant features and advantages to an already proven design.

We were particularly pleased with the level of engagement and new opportunities at this year’s show and look forward to an exciting year!

NFPC Industry Open Day 2017

The event saw over 90 companies exhibiting at this years NFPC Industry Open Day. Manufacturers and suppliers of Hydraulic equipment used this event as an ideal opportunity to launch new products and allow customers to see the equipment at first hand. There were also Technical Lectures delivered by Key Speakers from industry specialists.

Kawasaki has launched a new 3-Speed motor

Kawasaki launched a new 3-speed radial piston motor at the SMM Exhibition in Hamburg this September 2016.

The Staffa HMF motor brings flexibility and control to the marine industry, whilst maintaining the quality and reliability expected from the Staffa brand.

The HMF offers greater flexibility than any other radial piston motor on the market. It is offered in four frame sizes, with displacements ranging from 1,475 cc/rev to 5,326 cc/rev. Customers can choose three displacement modes, one of which can be a freewheel.
The ability to choose three displacement modes also means customers can use fewer motors to achieve more displacement options. For example, two HMF motors used to drive the same shaft can provide a maximum of nine displacement modes, whereas a customer with three dual-speed motors would only be able to achieve a maximum of eight.

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Kawasaki New medium duty pump – K3VLS

K3VLS105The new K3VLS, has been developed for machines and equipment that use a load sensing control system and/or electric displacement control systems. Its launch follows extensive research and development by Kawasaki’s technical engineers to combine efficiency with simplicity to deliver the most technologically advanced pump on the market.

advanced-actuators-bullet65, 85 and 105cc displacements

280 bar advanced-actuators-bulletcontinuous pressure rating

advanced-actuators-bullet350 bar maximum pressure rating

advanced-actuators-bulletLoad sensing, torque limiting, power shift and electronic displacement controls

Click to download the  Kawasaki K3VLS leaflet (2.52 mb pdf)

 

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