Press Release Summary:
Using Siemens SINAMICS variable speed servo pump drive to control pressure and flow, Green Hydraulic Power® System converts electric energy into hydraulic power. Minimizing noise emissions by 20 dBA, and requiring less oil, power system is designed to reduce the user’s carbon footprint. Suitable for machine tools using hydraulic power, product boasts of onboard diagnostic capability useful for predictive maintenance protocol in an Industry 4.0 scenario.
Original Press Release:
Green Hydraulic Power® Provides Up to 70% Energy Savings on Hydraulic Systems
MJC Engineering tailors its system to the application; employs unique variable speed servo pump drive on standard units in 100, 200 and 300-gallon tank units rated up to 4000 PSI
Huntington Beach, California-based MJC Engineering, a longtime leading builder of CNC metal spinning, rotary forge and flow forming machines, today announces the development of its new hydraulic power system, termed Green Hydraulic Power®. This system provides higher machine yield, reduces noise emissions by 20dBA, generates less heat, produces a shorter cycle time on various machine types and involves less oil volume, all resulting in a system that saves up to 70% in energy costs to reduce the user’s carbon footprint, according to the manufacturer. At this year’s FABTECH in Las Vegas, the company will now offer the unit for OEM integration by other machine builders, in addition to displaying its range of metal forming machinery. MJC is a major supplier to automotive, aerospace and the wheel industry.
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