Why Motion for Low-Speed, High-Torque Hydraulic Motors?

Hydraulic motors power different functions in a hydraulic system. They use pressurized hydraulic fluid to create rotary motion and force. Hydraulic motors come in many types, including gear motors, vane motors, geroter motors, and piston motors. Gear motors use pressurized fluid to run a driven gear and an interlocking idler gear. Together the gears rotate and create rotary motion. Vane motors have vaned rotors that spin in one direction at the force of pressurized fluid, while geroter motors have toothed rotors that do the same. Piston motors use pressurized fluid to operate a cam and pistons and produce rotary motion.