Overheating - an expensive problem
An under-sized cooling capacity produces a too high temperature balance. The consequences are poor lubrication, internal leakage, higher risk of cavitation, damaged components, etc. All in all, overheating leads to a significant drop in cost efficiency and environmental consideration.
Temperature optimisation for cost-efficient operation
Temperature balance in a hydraulic system occurs when the cooler can cool the energy input that the system does not consume - the system’s lost energy: (Ploss = Pcool = Pin – Pused) Temperature optimisation means that temperature balance occurs at the system’s ideal working temperature - the temperature at which the oil’s viscosity and the air content comply with recommended values. From Parker Hannifin, you can get everything you need to keep cool.