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Because hydraulic technology has many outstanding advantages, it has been widely used from civilian to national defense, general transmission to highly accurate control systems. In the defense industry. Many of the weapons and equipment of the Air Force have adopted hydraulic transmission and control. Such as airplanes, tanks, ships, radars, artillery, missiles and rockets. In the machine tool industry, 85% of the current machine tool transmission systems use hydraulic transmission and control, such as grinding machines, milling machines, planers, broaching machines, presses, shearing machines and combination machine tools.
In the metallurgical industry, electric furnace control systems, rolling mill control systems, open hearth charging, converter control, blast furnace control, strip deviation and constant tension devices all use hydraulic technology. In construction machinery, hydraulic transmissions such as excavators, tire loaders, truck cranes, crawler bulldozers, tire cranes, self-propelled scrapers, graders and vibratory rollers are commonly used.
In agricultural machinery, hydraulic technology is also widely used, such as combine harvesters, tractors and plows. In the automotive industry, hydraulic off-road vehicles, hydraulic dump trucks, hydraulic aerial work vehicles and fire trucks all use hydraulic technology; in the textile industry, plastic injection molding machines and rubber vulcanizers are used. Paper machines, printing presses and textile machines; in the marine industry, the application of hydraulic technology is very common, such as full hydraulic dredgers, salvage boats, piling boats, oil production platforms, hydrofoil ships, hovercrafts and ship auxiliary machines. recent years.
Hydraulic technology is also used in solar tracking systems, wave simulation devices, ship driving simulators, seismic reconstruction, rocket-assisted launching devices, aerospace environment simulations, and high-rise building anti-vibration systems and emergency braking devices.