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Electric motors generate power and torque using electrical energy and come in many different forms. AC induction motors draw power and torque using electromagnetic induction. They are durable, efficient, and often available in three-phase forms for heavy-duty applications. AC reluctance motors generate torque through the induction of non-permanent magnetic poles. Permanent magnet motors produce torque through an interaction between a rotor and integrated magnetic field and are highly efficient in smaller applications. DC motors generate mechanical torque with DC voltage and have simpler speed controls than AC motors. They come in brushed and brushless forms. Brushed DC motors are used in light applications. Brushless DC motors produce an AC signal through an integrated inverter and require less maintenance than brushed motors. They are also more efficient and offer more torque per weight and watt.
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Hydraulics are machines designed to operate through fluid power. They transfer force using a liquid, most commonly oil, and cover a wide range of applications from jobsite excavators to commercial aircraft. Used across a spectrum of industries, hydraulics are often preferred because the incompressible oil allows large amounts of force to be transferred with relative ease.
Hydraulic machines and systems work in conjunction with valves, pumps, tubes, and fittings. Control valves, such as solenoid valves and check valves, control the flow and direction of liquid in hydraulic systems. Hydraulic cylinders and pumps, like vane pumps and piston pumps, provide and transfer the fluids in hydraulic machines. Hydraulic accumulators, hydraulic clamps, and tubes and fittings are also key accessories and components for hydraulic machinery.
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