New series of axial piston units from Brevini

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Brevini’s new SH9V motors are the natural evolution of its worldwide-appreciated SH7V series. The available displacements range from 61-215cc/rev and offer excellent performances, with maximum speed of 4,450 rpm, maximum torque of 1,482Nm, and maximum power 450kW. The new SH9V series increases the number of pistons from seven to nine, a manufacturing choice that offers many advantages such as excellent and smooth ride even at low revs, good starting responsiveness, high rotating uniformity and optimized global efficiency.

Thanks to these features, the SH9V is ideal for applications requiring precision and working uniformity at low speeds, such as the Brevini WHL120 winch that offers a pulling capacity up to 8,500kg at the first layer and is able to hold up to 250m of rope. With the addition of electronics and the new E-series planetary gearbox, WHL winches offer high safety standard and excellent performances in terms of long life and noise even at high motor speed.

Compact, strong and reliable, the Brevini motor/winch system is easy to install and suits all kinds of applications in material handling and logistic sectors, such as mobile and industrial cranes, construction machines, port and offshore equipment, and tow trucks.

Find out more at stand A4-249 at Bauma on April 11-17, 2016, in Munich, Germany.

March 18, 2016

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