- Yale HPH hydraulic hand pumps are easy to use and operate independently of any external energy source. They are designed for a maximum 700 bar system pressure and will allow each hydraulic cylinder to utilize its maximum capacity. The two-stage system reduces pumping time. Stage 1 allows rapid piston travel under no load or light load conditions. The pump automatically switches to stage 2 when the piston is loaded and a higher force is required from top. The hand pump is an all-steel construction designed for rough use and has a high-efficiency pumping action. The handle can be locked for easy carrying. The large and easy-to-control return valve allows the operator to precisely control the return stroke. Other standard features include a large and easy-to-control hand wheel, air bleeding and oil filling plug, large support feet for stability, tilted tank to increase usable oil volume and ergonomic handle grip. All hand pumps of type HPH are designed as double-acting cylinders. Basically, they do not differ from series HPS, but are equipped with a 4/3-way directional valve. The precision-adjustable relief valve remains unaffected and permits a sensitive pressure relief. Features and benefits include: Operating pressure maximum 700 bar. Large reservoir volumes. With pressure relief valves, adjustable from the outside. Precision-adjustable relief valve (handwheel). Robust all-steel construction. HPH-pumps are equipped with a 4-way control valve plus a precision- adjustable relief valve. Oil port thread 3/8 NPT. Includes oil filling. Pressure gauges with corresponding adaptors are also available as accessories.
Brand: Origin: United Kingdom Model number: HPH
Options: HPH 2/0.7A: 700cm3 | Two Stage
HPH 2/2A: 2000cm3 | Two Stage
HPH 2/4A: 4000cm3 | Two Stage
HPH 2/6A: 6000cm3 | Two Stage
HPH 2/10A: 10000cm3 | Two Stage
Documentation: CE Marked and comes with Certification
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