Bethlehem, PA – The SY.DFE variable displacement pump was launched at the plastics processing trade fair in Düsseldorf in 1989, and with 100,000 units installed, it demonstrates the exceptional value it has provided in multiple plastics processing applications since its debut. Primarily used in injection molding machines, the system is based on a Rexroth A10VSO or A4VSO axial piston pump. By adjusting the pump’s swashplate, flow and pressure can be infinitely varied, and the required flow and pressure can be generated fast and accurately for specific machine functions.
In addition, functional sequences in an injection-molding machine can be precisely controlled with the help of the SY.DFE. The flow control works without pressure losses in the power branch, which significantly increases the hydraulic efficiency within the machine.
Rexroth offers this system in three versions: SYDFE1 with external closed-loop control electronics, the SYDFEE, with analog, integrated functions, and the SYDFEC, which offers integrated, digital closed-loop control electronics and the optional field bus controlling via CAN, so that users in the plastics processing industry can benefit from a proven plug-and-play system.
Visit www.boschrexroth-us.com or call 800-REXROTH for more information on the SY.DFE.
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