Electrically-powered hydraulic power pack KA, KAW series
for machine toolsbrakefor rotors

electrically-powered hydraulic power pack
electrically-powered hydraulic power pack
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Power source
for machine tools, brake, for rotors, for torque wrenches, handling
Other characteristics
Operating pressure

Min.: 30 bar (435 psi)

Max.: 700 bar (10,153 psi)

Nominal power

Min.: 0 kW (0 hp)

Max.: 4 kW (5 hp)

Flow rate

Min.: 0.31 l/min (0.08 us gal/min)

Max.: 45 l/min (11.89 us gal/min)


Compact hydraulic power packs are a type of hydraulic power pack. They are characterised by a highly compact design, since the motor shaft of the electric motor also acts as the pump shaft. The ready-for-connection compact hydraulic power pack type KA and KAW includes an electric drive which runs in oil. The stator is securely attached to the housing (tank). The compact hydraulic power pack is suitable for hydraulic systems with operating mode S2, S3 or S6. The heat is dissipated via surface convection so that no external cooler is usually necessary. For systems with high loads, an external fan that enables additional heat dissipation can be optionally mounted on the housing. The fan is powered by a separate motor independently of the pump motor. The type KA contains a 3-phase motor, the type KAW contains a single-phase-motor. The compact hydraulic power pack type KA and KAW is available in horizontal and vertical versions. Modules can be added to the tank so that different usable oil volumes are possible. Either single-circuit systems or dual-circuit systems can be selected. A radial piston pump or external gear pump can be used as a hydraulic pump. The compact hydraulic power pack type KA and KAW is suitable as a highly compact control system, since connection blocks and valve banks can be directly mounted.
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