Traditionally, agricultural sprayer machines were custom-built on a
four-wheel chassis. These custom-built units were heavy, expensive
and not easily adapted to other farm applications. Sprayers...
On January 17, 2020
The Hybrid Actuation System (HAS) is making localized control
viable for both mobile and industrial applications. This new
technology gives the benefits of power and resiliency found in
On May 30, 2019
Work in the turf industry can be tough, dirty and unforgiving. The
last thing you need is for the machine to fail in the midst of a
job. Machine failure leads to unscheduled maintenance and...
On February 18, 2019
Hoover Dam -- one of the most impressive engineering feats of the
20th century – generates hydroelectricity for millions of homes and
businesses across the Southwest, and it’s a constant challenge...
On January 7, 2019
Not so long ago, only the largest OEMs could afford to develop
complex proprietary control systems. But the recent introduction of
versatile digital ecosystems connecting electronic control...
On October 3, 2018
Ray Clapp, owner of Coast Range Construction, Homer, Alaska, was
searching for a way to increase efficiency on jobsites. In business
for 16 years, Coast Range specializes in setting foundations...
On October 2, 2018
Most people enjoy theme parks as a place to get away from work, but
for those in the hydraulics industry, they are a place to
demonstrate their expertise. Behind many of the rides that make
On August 8, 2018
Rising temperatures - which lead to water evaporation and loss of
coolants in critical wind turbine cooling systems – may cause 1.5
MW wind turbines to overheat. Fortunately, there's a solution...
On April 24, 2018
Looking for ways to reduce worker compensation claims and improve
route times, amongst other benefits, some municipalities and waste
companies look to design changes from refuse truck OEMs to...
On April 10, 2018