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Hy-Tech Hydraulic Services

We are a small family business, established in 1992, offering expertise and a friendly approach. We provide our services to industries including manufacturing, agriculture, construction and plant hire.

Why Choose Hy-Tech
Hydraulics

Hydraulic Repair & Hydraulic Hose - We provide replacement hydraulic hoses on-site to a range of customers in North Lancashire, Cumbria and North Yorkshire. We can manufacture hydraulic hose assemblies on-site and in our workshop which is based in Morecambe. We also offer counter sales.

Suppliers of:

Swaged Fittings; Standard, Multi-Spiral, Interlock
Re-usable Fittings
Adaptors
Quick Release Couplings
Ball Valves
Compression Couplings
Hydraulic Steel Tube
Hydraulic Hose Assemblies
Pressure Washer Hose Assemblies
PTFE Stainless Steel Hose assemblies
Industrial Hose & Fittings:

  • Rubber Air/Water/Oil Hose
  • PVC Braided Hose
  • Compressor Hose Assemblies
  • Nylon Tubing

Hydraulic Oil

A Definition of Hydraulics

Hydraulics, an area of engineering involving moving liquids including water and oil. There are two fundamental categories in hydraulics:

Hydrostatics – the basic principle being the relative incompressibility of liquids. This concerns liquids at rest and is relevant to buoyancy and flotation, pressure on barriers, submerged equipment and hydraulic presses.

Hydrodynamics – relating to liquids in motion and to do with the turbulence and friction created by flowing liquids in pipes, for example, the flow of water through nozzles and the application of hydraulic pressure in machinery.

Facts about hydraulics

Energy from a hydraulic system leaves as either work i.e the power used in the specific operation of the system or as loss in the form of heat.

Four fundamental mechanisms make up hydraulic systems: The reservoir stores oil, The pump pushes oil through the system, The valve controls the pressure and flow of the oil, The cylinder changes the fluid movement into power

The oil in a hydraulic system will only work if it is compressed to an intense point.

A hydraulic system converts existing energy into another form. No new energy is produced.

A low flow system and a high flow system can be produced from the same amount of energy output even when the energy is the same.

Two main types of hydraulic systems exist: An open centre system which has a varied pressure but the flow remains constant. A closed centre system which has a varied flow but the pressure remains constant.

The flow must remain unrestricted otherwise the pressure in the hydraulics will drop.

The three main types of hydraulic energy are: Kinetic energy – created by moving liquids, Heat energy – the energy that is the resistance to the flow, Potential energy – the pressure energy