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Hydraulic Fan Drive Controllers

HCT Electronics | Hydraulic Fan Drive Controllers

Axiom Hydraulics supplies the HCT range of hydraulic fan drive controllers in its range of electronics for hydraulic applications.

Providing an option of either single or reversible direction air-flow, this range of hydraulic fan drive controllers is designed to be scalable, which enables them to suit your application cooling requirements.

EPA compliance ensures that these hydraulic fan controllers comply with most public health and environmental laws, and they are designed and manufactured for use with OEMs, upgrades and re-powers.

Hydraulic fan drive controllers specifications:

  • 12 or 24 VDC systems for easy PC set-up
  • Sensors and/or SAE J1939 data compatible
  • Single or reversible direction air flow
  • Meets OEM specifications
  • Scalable to suit application cooling requirements

Tailored to your application:

Axiom Hydraulics uses and supplies electronics equipment from HCT, with hydraulic fan drive controllers a part of a greater range of Axiom Hydraulics’ electronics. HCT is recognised as one of the foremost independent designers and producers of modular, extremely robust highly reliable electronic controller products.

All products are potted in flame resistant resin to provide an airtight seal that protects internal circuits and components from the external environment. More than 62 000 HCT controllers are being used successfully in global electro-hydraulic applications. They are used across a host of applications and industries, mining, off-road and heavy equipment, agriculture and construction, among many others.

Axiom Hydraulics holds critical spare parts to minimise downtime for clients, and the company also protects its clients’ circuit design intellectual property.

Speak to Axiom Hydraulics about industrial controllers for your application

Speak to Axiom Hydraulics about hydraulic fan drive controllers for your application

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