MH radial piston motor
The MH motor is a high torque and low speed radial piston motor. When applied within a specific pressure, speed, temperature and fluid viscosity limit, the MH can operate continuously, intermittently, reversing or stalled.
Large taper roller bearings are used within its construction to enable the shaft to carry substantial radial and axial loads. The low inertia of the rotating components allows a fast response to speed and directional change.
The design principle permits construction as conventional motors with a rotating drive shaft or as motors with stationary shafts and a rotating casing for wheel or winch drives.
The MH motor is produced as five cylinder-single bank or ten cylinder-double bank units and there are three basic configurations:
Type A motor – stationary shaft with rotating casing, the shaft projects through both ends of the casing for fork type mounting.
Type B motor – Stationary shaft with rotating casing, the shaft projects through one end only for the cantilever type mounting.
Type C motor – Stationary casing with rotating shaft, the shaft projects through one end only for plug-in or coupling
• Highly reliable
• Three configurations
• High tolerance to hydraulic shock load
• Good low speed performance
• Wide range of operating viscosity