The Rotherham based specialist engineering firm, Neilson Hydraulics, are expanding their range of engine driven hydraulic power units.
There are currently three units within this range, incorporating medium and high pressure units, alongside their hydrostatic closed loop system. The medium pressure unit offer a maximum pressure of up to 280 BAR whilst the high pressure and hydrostatic sets rise to a significant 420 BAR. All three products are powered by the latest Hatz silent pack, 2 cylinder, 3 cylinder and 4 cylinder, diesel engines.
Also available are budget and mid-range units, powered by an electric motor.
Neilson Hydraulics specialises in designing and manufacturing an extensive range of hydraulic power units. They have been designing, building, installing and commissioning hydraulic power units for over 30 years, covering a wide range of applications across a variety of sectors.
In addition, Neilson Hydraulics manufactures custom-made hydraulic power units, built in accordance with client specifications. The company works in a variety of industry sectors, including oil, gas, petrochemical, marine, offshore, material handling, recycling, agriculture, rail, quarrying, construction, injection moulding, steel, mining and water authority.
John Yarnall, Managing Director at Neilson Hydraulics and Engineering Ltd said: “The range of Hatz silent pack engines provides us with a high quality and very reliable engine, which integrates seamlessly into our high quality engineered range of hydraulic power units.”
Hatz diesel engines have been around since 1910. From their manufacturing base situated at Ruhstorf, Germany, Hatz produce a range of modern diesel engines from 3 to 55 kW. The company has subsidiaries in the USA, South Africa, Australia, and China together with a presence in most European Countries, enabling all users of Hatz engines to find a Hatz expert in their locality. Hatz diesel engines are used to power a wide range of construction, agricultural, pumping and access machinery.
Their UK subsidiary, Hatz GB Limited, has its facilities in Hinckley, Leicestershire, adjacent to the massive Magna Park industrial complex.