Kaman Distribution to Acquire B.W. Rogers Company

Kaman Corporation (NYSE:KAMN) announced that its Distribution Segment, Kaman Distribution Group (Kaman), has executed a definitive agreement to acquire substantially all the operating assets of B.W. Rogers Company and certain affiliated entities (collectively, B.W. Rogers). The acquisition significantly expands Kaman’s footprint in both fluid power and automation. The transaction is expected to close early in

Ferrules simplify hydraulic hose coupling connections

Coupling Tips

Gates Corp. has launched a new line of six ferrules to complement its GlobalSpiral couplings for use on its wire-braid hydraulic hoses. Using these new components can simplify…

Selecting the Right Components for Harsh Environments

Watch the webinar & download the slides below Whether you’re dealing with excessive temperatures, corrosives like salt or sand, or need components that can handle frequent wash downs, selecting the right products for the job will help ensure a greater return on your investment. Learn how to avoid common hose system and belt drive problems

Getting the Most from your Hydraulics, Hose and Belt Systems Manufacturer

Learn about the resources and services you should expect to get from your manufacturer, how partnering with your Product Application Engineer can help you meet requirements, and what Gates does to help users find solutions to their toughest problems and prevent problems in the future. Attendees will learn: (1)    The importance of relying on the

Kurt Hydraulics W-Style Couplings

Kurt Hydraulics full line of W-Style couplings is compatible with low pressure braided hose and high pressure spiral hose. Handling more applications and requiring less inventory, these high quality, multi-purpose couplings answer the needs of today’s lean manufacturers. Designed for non-skive high pressure spiral hose (6000 PSI) and all wire braided hose applications, these couplings

Best Practices for Mobile Hydraulic Design

With ever-rising fuel prices, designing efficient hydraulic systems can pay big dividends for users of mobile hydraulic vehicles. Join Design World as we take an in-depth look at three critical areas of mobile hydraulic system design: filtration, sensors and sealing. Our expert panel presents critical design tips and answering your questions. Attendees will learn: *

Protect Operators from Hose Failure Injuries

The Guardian™ hose sleeve protects equipment operators from potential injuries resulting from hose failures. The sleeve’s ultra tight, polyamide 6-weave construction restrains hose bursts at pressures up to 16,000 psi, deflect 1 mm pinhole leaks at 4,000 psi, and provide durability of up to 250,000 abrasion cycles.The sleeve is compatible with the majority of chemicals