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Air Hydraulic Pump Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of air hydraulic pump manufacturers and suppliers. Find air hydraulic pump companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture air hydraulic pumps to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top air hydraulic pump manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the air hydraulic pump companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of air over hydraulic pumps, hydraulic air pump with cylinders, and forward hold reverse air actuated hydraulic pumps of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Newark, NJ 800-633-8234

    We pay extra attention when manufacturing the critical components of our air hydraulic pump systems. We are great at anticipating your needs which means you will receive your products in a short amount of time. Turn to us for world-class hydraulic pumps. We always put a focus on your requirements. Give us a call today or visit our website!

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  • Fort Myers, FL 239-275-7177

    D&D Machine & Hydraulics Inc, located in Fort Myers, Florida, is a manufacturer of hydraulically driven, submersible pumping systems that serves the Agricultural, Construction, Industrial, Mining, Petroleum and Municipal markets worldwide. D&D builds electric or diesel-driven Power Units and Axial Flow, Trash, Sludge, Slurry/Digester and Mixed Flow pump heads. If a standard pump will not meet the performance needed for a special application, D&D’s wide range of specialty pumps can meet your individual requirement.

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  • Chatsworth, CA 818-407-3400

    Hydraulics International, Inc. (HII) established in 1976 is a leading provider of High Pressure Test Units including Flushing Systems, Nitrogen Charging Systems, Control Panels, Chemical Injection Pumps, Air Powered Hydrostatic Piston Pumps, Gas Boosters, Air Pressure Air Amplifiers, and Turbine Flow Meters on a global basis. Since inception, HII has maintained an intense focus on design and engineering, striving to stay at the forefront of the Fluid Power technological advances. 100% USA made.

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  • Houston, TX 800-337-8875

    Jones Hydraulic Service is proud to be serving the energy, marine, petrochemical, railroad, construction, foundation repair, pipeline and shipyard industries since 1977. Jones Hydraulic represents some of the world’s leading Hydraulic Tool & Equipment manufacturers that include SPX Power Team, SafeWay Hydraulics, Pell Hydrashear, TORC LLC, Eagle Pro, and more. Offering Hydraulic Tool & Equipment Sales, Service and Repair for 40 years.

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  • Macomb, MI 586-786-3920

    We sell hydraulic pumps designed for a variety of industries. Our manufacturing facility houses many late model pumps and components. It’s our promise as the premiere hydraulic pump manufacturers in the USA that our highly affordable pumps will meet or exceed the original component specification. There’s no question that with our hydraulics in place your equipment will continue to operate as efficiently as ever. Contact us today for more information!

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businessIndustry Information

Air Hydraulic Pump

Air hydraulic pumps are hydraulic power units that use compressed air to activate a pump mechanism, creating useful energy from the pressurization of various liquids. Also known as pneumatic hydraulic pumps, these devices are used in a number of industries to aid in the transportation of materials and the lifting of heavy loads with minimal initial force.

Air hydraulic pumps are applied in all kinds of contexts. Although some hydraulic pumps use the momentum of moving water to continue operation, all need an initial force to begin the process. Compressors, which can be automatic or hand operated, work by increasing the amount of air in an enclosed space. This in turn increases the air pressure, which creates a force that can be used directly or as a means of powering other tools and mechanical devices such as pumps. Compressed air is a common source of movement in hydraulic systems as it is an economical and compact option that can be installed in most pre-existing pump configurations. Construction, transportation, automotive, military, marine, excavation and manufacturing industries utilize both heavy duty and light-duty variations of air hydraulic pumps. Cranes, motors, lifts, excavators and generators all make use of these devices as they enable workers to greatly multiply workforce. Even a small hydraulic hand pump, which uses a foot or hand pump to compress the air needed to operate the pump, can convert as little as 4.5 pounds of pedal force into 100 pounds of load moving force. Electronic air compressor pumps demonstrate capacities much greater than this.


Like all hydraulic pumps, air pumps have the same initial components. A reservoir is needed to hold the hydraulic fluids, which are usually oil or water-based composites. Hoses or tubes attached to this reservoir allow the fluid to move from the holding tank to the hydraulic cylinder, which houses a piston mechanism and two valves. An intake valve allows the hydraulic fluid to enter and then closes to trap it. The discharge valve is where the high pressure stream is released. In addition to the hydraulic cylinder that houses one end of the piston, air hydraulic pumps also have an attached air cylinder. Compressed air in this cylinder, or air compressor, acts upon the protruding end of the piston. The air cylinder, when empty, allows a spring mechanism in the hydraulic cylinder to push the piston out. This creates a vacuum that draws the fluid from the reservoir into the hydraulic cylinder. When air is pressurized in the air compressor it engages the piston, pushing it further into the hydraulic cylinder and compressing the fluids. This pumping action continues until the pressure in the hydraulic cylinder is great enough to force the fluid out through the discharge check valve. In some cases this is attached to hoses and a nozzle with the pressurized stream being the useful component. Other uses utilize the energy of this stream to push, pull and lift heavy loads.



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