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I found your site while researching an old Danfoss hydraulic pump. While I'm not a hydraulic technician at the plant I'm at I do work with them on occasion and the information you put out is outstanding!!
This is a GREAT learning resource!!
Thanks


Added: October 10, 2016
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With humour you have changed the way I see my job. I work for a German hydraulic brand as repair and field service technician, and almost every day I follow the tips and way of thinking you explain to solve and learn hydraulics. Congratulations and thank you!

PD: My hair it's now getting grey faster ;)

V


Added: September 30, 2016
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Am an the owner of a medium size hydrostatic component remanufacturing business. (I say remanufacturing in lieu of repair, because everything we do is to OEM NEW specs).

Our primary market is the overhaul of axial-piston hydraulic pumps and motors for the US Navy. We are a designated overhaul point, meaning we are blessed by the US Naval Sea Systems Command "NAVSEA" because we possess a unique set of high-end technical and OEM brand specific "factory" knowledge of the products we work on, and have passed a rigorous QA and administrative audit.

I am pleased someone has some extra time to construct a website like yours...because too many people just don't understand...

Our specialty is of the following:

Denison Hydraulics (all axial piston products)

Vickers "B" series product line (from 45 to 300 GPM)

If anyone needs technical information, I am sure the site sponsor can figure out a way to connect us.


Added: August 15, 2016
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I was responsible for some of the hydraulic systems on a Lafayette class submarine. What a great website! I am saddened by the lack of good training out there on this subject. People who throw money at this technology without understanding it are a threat to life and limb. I have seen this equipment still operating efficiently after 20 years of continuous operation right up until some knucklehead opens it up for an "inspection". The next day, the same moron is asking "What's that sound?" Well, when you've had a "67" Chevy apart in your driveway, I guess you can fix anything. :p

Added: August 11, 2016
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Educational and humorous read! Great stuff. Hope that you write more in the future.

:)


Added: June 13, 2016
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Great Site!

Thanks for sharing such valuable information.


Added: April 2, 2016
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This is a fantastic find for a the fellow hydraulic enthusiast!

Added: March 23, 2016
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Was searching for simple test of the condition of a used compact tractor hydraulic motor. The compressed air test is "IT". Before I plunk down $50 I'll run some solvent through it and then my breath will supply the compressed air. It'll work. I'll then have some easy information about that pump and it will cease to be a total mystery in spite of how it may be represented by the seller.

Great site!! Thank you.

mel


Added: March 5, 2016
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