Use of bimetallic parts in hydraulic drive pumps
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The use of bimetals makes it possible to save up to 80% of the expensive bronze used at present for making distributors of hydraulic pumps.
On the basis of experiments with Soviet and non-Soviet products it was established that the most promising technological processes of obtaining bimetals are those connected with bearings a bimetal sheet to a cast-iron (steel) base, and those of obtaining the bimetal steel-bronze by the method of joint heating.
KeywordsTechnological Process Hydraulic Drive Hydraulic Pump Drive Pump Bimetallic Part
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