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Hydraulic systems, which are machines that use pressurized fluid to perform a function, require highly reliable filtration elements. These filtration elements can be made up of several different parts, and perforated pipes are often involved. Perforated Tubes, Inc. can supply these cylinders and ensure your hydraulic system achieves and maintains peak performance.

The Importance of Filtration in Hydraulics

In hydraulics, it’s the filter elements’ job to remove all solid substances and some fluids from the operating fluid. Doing so helps prevent particle contamination, which is one of the leading causes of hydraulic machine failure universally. The cleaner the mechanism is kept, the longer service life it will provide and the better it will perform overall. Without a reliable filtration system, companies are more likely to face downtime, poor quality results and even costly repairs.

Perforated Hydraulics Cylinders

Because of all these factors, it’s essential that filter elements are of the highest quality and can meet the specific demands of the particular hydraulics system. At Perforated Tubes, Inc., we create custom perforated metal tubes for hydraulics filter elements to keep your operations running smoothly. These perforated tubes can be used to create a filtration system that offers a high dirt holding capacity and absolute filtration. As the fluid runs through the tube, any particles will escape through the perforations and become trapped, allowing the system to achieve absolute filtration. 

Choose Your Specs

Perforated hydraulic cylinders need to be engineered to the exact specifications of each mechanism. Everything from the perforation pattern to the type of metal the cylinder is constructed from needs to be carefully considered and selected. If you already know what your project needs or if you’d like some guidance, just contact Perforated Tubes, Inc. today by calling 616-942-4550. We’ve been a leader in innovative perforated tube products for more than 50 years and have served the hydraulics needs of a wide range of industries.

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