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The Service aims to engage the operation of EE1 and adjacent infrastructure, and the supervision, control and management of these infrastructures, their mechanical, electromechanical, hydromechanical and electrical systems that integrate Harnessing Hydraulic Odeleite - Bunk (AHOB) to permit the collection and distribution of water is carried in perfect condition.
The hydromechanical Engel duo pico line started with a 550-tonner last year and now also includes models of 500,600, 660, 720, and 770 tons.
HPM debuted the 900-ton model, which uses a hydromechanical two-platen clamp design rather than a traditional four- and five-point, three-clamp toggle design.
It provides comprehensive support solutions and also supplies and integrates hydromechanical units, electrical harnesses, and sensors.
Further to the order awarded in January 2013 to supply four Kaplan turbines for the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric generating facility, Canada, ANDRITZ HYDRO, part of international technology Group ANDRITZ, has received from Nalcor Energy also the order for delivery and installation of the hydromechanical equipment at the facility.
The caps were molded with a Husky Hylectric 400 system having a 440-ton hydromechanical clamp and electric-driven reciprocating screw, as well as a mold from Corvaglia of Switzerland.
Next Wave hydromechanical retractable tiebar presses, available in tonnages from 600 to 5,000, were previously designed and built according to original specifications acquired by the company's purchase of Hemscheidt, which owned the Next Wave technology.
The facility will initially concentrate on the repair and overhaul of engine fuel systems and flight controls and will later develop manufacturing capabilities for hydromechanical and electronic systems.