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APSCO unleashes 30 gpm hydraulic reservoir system

APSCO, a manufacturer of pneumatic and hydraulic valves and controls, recently introduced ARC-30, a new 30-gallons-per-minute hydraulic reservoir, filter and cooling system.

The ARC-30, which APSCO makes at its plant in Tulsa OK, is designed to cool and condition hydraulic oil on mobile equipment and transportation applications with hydraulic drives.

“In developing the ARC-30, we listened to the voice of the customers to ensure that our design and our features were market driven,” said Chris Wunsch, vice president of sales and marketing for APSCO.

Featuring a frame-mount design, measuring less than 8 inches wide and rejecting 20 horsepower of heat at 30 gpm and 80 degrees ETD (Entering Temperature Differential), the ARC-30 provides greater operating efficiency and longevity to the equipment’s hydraulic drive, while also boasting the ability to be installed in tight spaces on either side of the vehicle, the company said.

The ARC-30 is constructed from stainless steel and aluminum components, resulting in a corrosive-resistant unit suitable for harsh environments. All the components are accessible behind one panel for ease of service.

“Our engineering team’s thoughtful design includes an integrated manifold system that reduces the ARC-30 tube and hose components to just one low-pressure hose,” said Vince Williams, APSCO’s CEO.  “This provides the owner or operator greater durability, lower maintenance and easier serviceability over alternative products.

“We are excited to introduced the ARC-30 to the industry. Manufacturing the ARC-30 at our plant in Tulsa allows us to produce and provide a quality product, and back it with APSCO’s high level of customer service and short lead times that we are known for.”


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