Press releases from Universal Hydraulik

11.2019
No oil-water mixing in the cooler
No oil-water mixing in the cooler

In order to prevent an oil-water mixing in the cooler, two heat exchangers with separate circuits are often used. However, there is also an easier way.

08.2015
Cool, dependable and space-saving
Cool, dependable and space-saving

New heat exchangers from Universal Hydraulik

Particularly when it comes to cleaning the water side, tubular heat exchangers have advantages over plate heat exchangers. Universal Hydraulik has now presented two innovations for this tried-and-tested product. One of these was given a closer look by fl uid at Kaeser Kompressoren in Coburg.

06.2011
Safe liquid cooling
Safe liquid cooling

New heat exchangers from Universal Hydraulik

Particularly when it comes to cleaning the water side, tubular heat exchangers have advantages over plate heat exchangers. Universal Hydraulik has now presented two innovations for this tried-and-tested product. One of these was given a closer look by fl uid at Kaeser Kompressoren in Coburg.

03.2010
Cool technology for all areas of application
Cool technology for all areas of application

Hybrid coolers ensure efficiency in oil cooling

Fire engines, gearbox manufacturers, wood working, mechanical engineering, in fact anywhere where oils are used, there is cooling. This is why the hybrid cooler from Universal Hydraulik comes in many differed versions.

by Wolfgang Kräußlich

2010
Two cooling circuits replace cooling tower
Two cooling circuits replace cooling tower

Primary and secondary circuits provide high cooling output for a press.

Due to the lack of a cooling tower and corresponding available water circuit, a system specialist developed a solution comprising two inter-linked cooling circuits for dissipating the cooling output of a large hydraulic press.

10.2002
Approaching the ideal
Approaching the ideal

Pipe bundles with vanes increase the heat exchanger surface many times on the oil side

Plate or pipe-bundle heat exchangers - this is a question often decided by designers in favour of the former, due to the compactness that can be achieved. But this supposed advantage no longer comes into the balance, thanks to the development of a pipe-bundle heat exchanger with vanes.

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