Hydraulics for Industrial Applications

Anywhere you find work being done hydraulically, you’ll find Dynex hydraulic products. Dynex checkball pumps operate at high pressures, are contamination resistant, cavitation resistant, and operate on a wide range of fluids. One Split-Flow® pump can supply independent flows in a circuit with changing flow and pressure requirements. This makes them ideal for Hi-Lo circuits on clamping, pressing, high-torque tools and other applications.

Dynex also manufactures a full line of directional and pressure control valves including high pressure valves rated to 15,000 psi (1040 bar). Our valves are ideal for applications where simple, compact and affordable spool valves are required.

Dynex products are chosen because of our proven performance and trusted service.

Hydroform Press

Dynex PF4200, PF4300, and PF6000 series pumps are used in hydroform presses.

Custom pressure control system designed for press retrofit

A press manufacturer needed a solution to upgrade their hydraulic system on older model Hydroform presses. Many of these presses have been operating successfully for many decades but needed to be refurbished. As a manufacturer with an extremely long history of developing high pressure pumps and valves for hydraulic presses, Dynex had the expertise to design a complete aftermarket solution that could drop right into their existing system.

This custom solution provides proportional pressure control and safety relief for the 10,000 psi (700 bar) circuit in a space efficient, manifold assembly. Consolidating multiple functions into a single unit reduced plumbing and improved ease of service.

Multiple Dynex components were used in this solution, including: An H8819 proportional pressure relief valve rated for 50 gpm (190 L/min) at 15,000 psi (1040 bar), a VHR safety relief valve, and check valves.

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