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Hydraulic Tools & Equipments

Hydraulic tools operate using the force created by pressurized fluids. The force is transferred as energy through the system to initiate the machine’s dynamic components to complete a wide range of tasks and applications. Hydraulic equipment can generate much greater force than pneumatic tools of a similar size because fluids are incompressible, allowing hydraulic systems to operate at much higher pressure levels. Because of this, hydraulic tools are often used in construction and heavy-duty industrial applications.

Hydraulic systems encompass many different components and offer many benefits for a wide range of industrial applications. Metro Hydraulic is an experienced distributor and service provider of hydraulic components and can assist you in finding the right hydraulic solutions for your business.


The reservoir holds hydraulic fluid in a convenient location for the pump inlet. It also transfers heat from the system, facilitates the release of moisture and air from the fluid, and allows solid contaminants to settle.

Hydraulic Pump

The hydraulic pump moves the hydraulic liquid through the hydraulic tool and converts mechanical motion and energy into hydraulic energy. The pump can draw energy from an electric motor, internal combustion engine, air pressure, or power take-off. There are different pumps, including pistons, vane, and gear. But all of them work on the same principle that includes displacing fluid volume against resistant pressure or load.