Rexroth Offers Standard Hydraulic Power Packs

Posted by Eric Haun
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
RexPak

Bosch Rexroth uses engineering rules-based programming and a wide range of components to create hydraulic power packs that bridge the gap between standard market and custom units.

Bosch Rexroth is helping customers design and build hydraulic power packs with competitive pricing and lead times with RexPak. Rexroth’s new RexPak hydraulic power unit bridges the gap from standard market products to engineered-to-order, custom power units for a variety of industries from machine tool applications on the shop floor to marine and offshore work miles from land. RexPak combines specific customer input with an unmatched choice of options and accessories to create unique hydraulic power packs without the cost or delay of custom engineering.

Rexroth takes customer-supplied data and combines it with rules-based software to design hydraulic power unit configurations with up to 200-gallon reservoirs, and providing power up to 75 HP and 65 GPM with operating pressures to 3,200 PSI. Additional RexPak options include a wide range of fixed and variable displacement pumps, pressure and/or return line filters, motor starters, water and air coolers, heaters, temperature and level switches and drip trays. A comprehensive documentation package specific to the customer’s particular power pack is available including a bill of material, general hydraulic schematic, 2-D general assembly drawing, 3-D model and data sheets for all components.

The streamlined process allows Rexroth to offer a range of power units–from stationary configurations to portable power pack–that are optimized to achieve the highest performance with the smallest footprint possible. Each power pack includes quality Rexroth components that have been pre-selected and tested by the application engineering specialists. And, since components are in stock or have short lead times, power packs can be delivered to customers within four to eight weeks.

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