Orbit Hydraulic Motors

Orbit Hydraulic Motors

The strength and durability, the compact size and flexibility in the torques allow these orbitmotors to be used in many fields of applications, and generally where low rotation speeds and high torque ratings are required.

The hydraulic motor range is divided in ROTOR and ROLLER.
ROTOR, orbital unit where the lobes are fixed and set directly on the stator: this is particularly suited for long working cycles at average pressure. ROLLER, orbital unit where the hydrodynamically supported rollers reduce friction to a minimum, thereby ensuring maximum durability and high output at high pressure.

Products

Gerotor Series

The strength and durability, the compact size and flexibility in the torques allow these orbitmotors to be used in many fields of applications, and generally where low rotation speeds and high torque ratings are required.

The hydraulic motor range is divided in ROTOR and ROLLER. ROTOR, orbital unit where the lobes are fixed and set directly on the stator: this is particularly suited for long working cycles at average pressure. ROLLER, orbital unit where the hydro-dynamically supported rollers reduce friction to a minimum, thereby ensuring maximum durability and high output at high pressure.

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Gerotor Series

The strength and durability, the compact size and flexibility in the torques allow these orbitmotors to be used in many fields of applications, and generally where low rotation speeds and high torque ratings are required.

The hydraulic motor range is divided in ROTOR and ROLLER. ROTOR, orbital unit where the lobes are fixed and set directly on the stator: this is particularly suited for long working cycles at average pressure. ROLLER, orbital unit where the hydro-dynamically supported rollers reduce friction to a minimum, thereby ensuring maximum durability and high output at high pressure.

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Geroller Series

The strength and durability, the compact size and flexibility in the torques allow these orbitmotors to be used in many fields of applications, and generally where low rotation speeds and high torque ratings are required.

The hydraulic motor range is divided in ROTOR and ROLLER. ROTOR, orbital unit where the lobes are fixed and set directly on the stator: this is particularly suited for long working cycles at average pressure. ROLLER, orbital unit where the hydro-dynamically supported rollers reduce friction to a minimum, thereby ensuring maximum durability and high output at high pressure.

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