The video ” Hydraulic Hoses 101 – TMT” defines a hydraulic hose as a flexible, rubberized pipe. People use these hoses to pump either water or oil. Hydraulic hoses are also sometimes called hydraulic tubes.
They typically act as an alternative to rigid steel pipes when space is constrained, such as in tight quarters around machinery.
A hydraulic hose transfers power from one point to another. The hose achieves this by compressing and expanding the inner tube’s chamber with a piston at each end of the tube. Knowing how to choose an ideal hydraulic hose for your use is essential. The size and type of your system will dictate which kind of hose you need.
There are other factors to consider when shopping for hydraulic hoses. One of them is the working pressure of the hose, which can vary depending on the type of hose. For instance, there are high-pressure hoses for moving water, oil, or other liquids designed for short-term use. Some people buy low-pressure hoses with low-viscosity fluids for longer-term use.
Hydraulic hoses work together with hydraulic systems. The systems use a machine’s engine to pump hydraulic fluid through the hose. They then distribute it to other systems’ hoses while transmitting power to machinery.