Power Steering Systems

M+S Hydraulics has a complete range of hydrostatic steering units with built-in shock valves that amplify the torque to the steering wheel of the vehicle with no need for hard mechanical connection. There are two systems distributed by HAW.

Hydrostatic Steering Units Type HKU…/3,4

The M+S Hydraulic HKU…/3,4 units, with radial distribution, incorporate two rotary tracing valves to turn on the metering pump up to 25 bar.

Hydrostatic Steering Units Type HKU…/7

The M+S Hydraulic HKU…/7 is a closed centre, non-load reaction hydrostatic steering unit. This unit I designed for integration with built-in hydro-accumulators up to 25 bar.

Hydrostatic Steering Units Type HKUS…/3,4,8

The M+S Hydraulic HKUS…/3,4,8 has built-in relief and check valves to create a compact steering unit up to 25 bar (HKUS 3,4) and 50 bar (HKUS 8). This reduces the need for additional hydraulic equipment.

Hydrostatic Steering Units Type HKUS…/7

The M+S Hydraulic HKUS…/7 has built-in shock valves and is designed for integration into systems with built-in hydro-accumulators up to 25 bar to achieve minimal energy losses.

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