A hydraulic motor converts hydraulic energy into mechanical energy by converting a flow rate into a speed and a pressure into a torque
The main components of a hydraulic motor are the motor housing, the rotor shaft, seals and other design-dependent parts.
Constant motors generate a continuous force and speed regardless of the amount of fluid flowing through them. Variable displacement motors set the displacement volume per cycle.
A hydraulic motor should be designed to avoid flow losses and achieve maximum efficiency in order to minimize the costs of the hydraulic system.
A problem with the hydraulic motor usually leads to a loss of power or an increase in operating temperature.
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