Air Powered Hydraulic Pumps are designed to run as pneumatic pressure amplifiers in pneumatic systems. How do they operate? The pump
has two main features; the air drive section and the hydraulic section. The air drive section has a lightweight piston inside an aluminum barrel. The piston is pushed down by the incoming air pressure during the compression stroke. Then, it is forced up by suction. Note that this pump does not need drive-line lubricators because friction level is very low.The second component is the hydraulic section. Here, a plunger is fitted on the air piston, and its bottom is connected to a hydraulic pump head. The purpose is to push liquid via an inlet valve and push it out through an outlet valve at a higher pressure. A seal is positioned on the hydraulic plunger to prevent leakage. Note that the Air Powered Hydraulic Pumps operates on the standard principle of reciprocating differential area (a large air piston working with a smaller hydraulic piston). To see the available Air Powered Hydraulic Pumps, welcome to our site.