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The engineering of Hydraulic Systems and Pumps has been one of the driving technologies of civilization. Used for moving large and small machine parts, hydraulic systems supply an amazing array of function. Engineers have a large number of techniques and solutions to apply to problems.
Failures. Pumping Systems and Hydraulic machine parts are moving systems that create stress on materials. Additionally, the material inside the system can cause wear on the internal components. Dirty water or impurities in the materials you are pumping can grind away the blade surfaces inside pumps. Incorrect or compromised fluids in a hydraulic system can also lead to failures.
Long Life. Extending service inside hydraulic and pumping systems can be critical to the financial success of an operation. In many cases, "off the shelf" solutions won't be a good fit for your organization.
Fitness for Service. Is it reliable? And for how long? There are carefully researched standards called "Fitness For Service" in many industries, but the application of those standards isn't always clear. Need to know which standards apply? Just ask.
Berkeley Engineering and Research has engineers available to correctly research your application and supply the information you need to support your position.