Linde Hydraulics develop, produce and globally supply modular drive systems consisting of hydraulics, power transmissions and electronics. As a leading technology provider in the field of high pressure hydraulics, the systems produced by us set the standard in terms of significantly reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Our product range comprises hydraulic pumps and motors, valves, electronic controls and peripheral devices. We are a development partner and supplier of a number of reputable manufacturers of mobile work machinery, including construction, mining, agricultural, forestry and municipal utility machines, as well as manufacturers of industrial machinery.
Our company, which was founded in 1904, is based in Aschaffenburg, Germany. We employ approximately 1600 individuals working across four production sites in Germany, a fifth production site in China and at subsidiaries in Europe, the U.S., South America and China. We are represented in more than 50 countries by a strong network of around 80 sales and service partners.
Series 02 motors from Linde Hydraulics are different from those common in the market. They are able to provide the required torque even at low speeds and make it possible to start smoothly and sensitively. Therefore, additional gear ratios for rpm reduction are not necessary. This reduces the amout of parts going into the component and also increases the overall mechanical efficiency, minimizes windage losses as well as the noize level of the machine.
In addition to that the motors offer a PTO through drive due to their special design. They can provide torque at two shaft ends and can thus be integrated directly into the drivetrain. This saves a dropbox and thus installation space and costs.
- HMV-02 Variable displacement motors for closed and open circuits
- CMV Variable displacement motors for closed and open circuits
- HMR-02 Self-regulating motors for open and closed circuits
- HMF-02 Fixed displacement motors for open and closed circuits
- CMF Fixed displacement motors for open and closed circuits