Large solid wheels on the front and rear of the Modular One provide stability and assist movement when there is a heavy load.
The Modular One is a versatile, Linde HPR hydraulic pump multi-purpose vehicle that can be used for many different applications. With its large solid wheels on the front and rear of the unit, it provides stability and assist movement when there is a heavy load.
The Modular One has been designed to be easily transported using a forklift. This enables it to be moved around your work site with ease and allows you to quickly change its position if necessary.
Due to its compact size, the Modular One can be easily manoeuvred into tight spaces where other vehicles may not fit. It also features a low ground clearance which makes it ideal for use in areas such as construction sites or warehouses where there are many obstacles in the way.
The Modular One can be used as a mobile office or as a temporary storage unit for tools, equipment and materials. It comes complete with all of the accessories you need including shelving units, drawers, cabinets and cupboards so it's ready for use straight away!
The pump uses a simple lever action to pressurize a hydraulic cylinder.
The pump uses a simple lever action to pressurize a hydraulic cylinder. The piston moves in and out of the cylinder, pushing the oil through an outlet port with enough force to open or close a valve.
The pump is designed with pressure relief valves to prevent over-pressurization and damage to the system. It also has a built-in safety feature that shuts the pump off if there's no oil return line from the actuator (for example, if you accidentally disconnect it).
In this example, we'll focus on how to remove and install the HPR Hydraulic Pump for Modular One systems with "1" as part of their model numbers. If you're working with another type of system, you can find instructions for removing and installing your particular model in our online manual under "HPR Hydraulic Pump Installation Removal".
The hydraulic cylinder raises the carriage with minimal effort.
The hydraulic cylinder raises the carriage with minimal effort. A rubber cushion prevents vibration and noise during operation.
The hydraulic pump is mounted on the left side of the machine and is driven by a belt from the engine. The pump can be operated by hand or via an electric motor.
The hydraulic pump provides power to raise and lower the carriage, as well as to rotate it 360 degrees around its own axis.
The hydraulic pump drives an electronic control module that regulates fluid flow and pressure. The control unit also monitors fluid temperature to ensure safe operation at all times.
A temperature sensor on each cylinder automatically adjusts fluid flow according to ambient temperature fluctuations. This ensures optimum performance even in extreme weather conditions (short-term variations between -30°C and +40°C).