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    While the HSP family of pumps includes a control hand pendant that allows for independent changes to each cylinder as needed throughout the raise, a synchronous lifting system may be the better alternative if greater accuracy is required. Hi-Force offers various HSP split flow pumps throughout its network, but synchronized lifting systems are individually created by the design and engineering team to fit each application.FPT’s synchronous lifting technology was employed during the lifting and lowering phases to lift a bridge with a precision of 1 mm. In the realm of road infrastructure and construction, routine and emergency maintenance of roads, highways, bridges, viaducts, railways, and undergrounds are required, necessitating the use of lifting equipment.A multipoint lifting solution on a structure with uneven load distribution is provided by a split flow pump, such as the Hi-Force HSP family. The pump lifts the load by providing nominally equal oil flow to each output, sufficient for many applications. However, slight differences in the lift are accentuated when there is an unequal load distribution or the cylinder stroke required is exceptionally long, which might result in an uneven lift in some situations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexanderdebrahan View Post
    While the HSP family of pumps includes a control hand pendant that allows for independent changes to each cylinder as needed throughout the raise, a synchronous lifting system may be the better alternative if greater accuracy is required. Hi-Force offers various HSP split flow pumps throughout its network, but synchronized lifting systems are individually created by the design and engineering team to fit each application.FPT’s synchronous lifting technology was employed during the lifting and lowering phases to lift a bridge with a precision of 1 mm. In the realm of road infrastructure and construction, routine and emergency maintenance of roads, highways, bridges, viaducts, railways, and undergrounds are required, necessitating the use of lifting equipment.A multipoint lifting solution on a structure with uneven load distribution is provided by a split flow pump, such as the Hi-Force HSP family. The pump lifts the load by providing nominally equal oil flow to each output, sufficient for many applications. However, slight differences in the lift are accentuated when there is an unequal load distribution or the cylinder stroke required is exceptionally long, which might result in an uneven lift in some situations.
    The Synchronous Lifting System makes synchronous lifting and jacking truly computerized. This system prioritizes precision with tolerances as tight as 0.04″ between the leading and lagging cylinders. Up to 24 lifting points may be controlled, data can be stored and recorded, and the system can be used with regular single or double-acting cylinders. For positioning and weighing, stroke and load-controlled movement are used. For maximum safety, load and stroke alarms are installed. Hydraulic pump and controls integrated to 10,000 psi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexanderdebrahan View Post
    While the HSP family of pumps includes a control hand pendant that allows for independent changes to each cylinder as needed throughout the raise, a synchronous lifting system may be the better alternative if greater accuracy is required. Hi-Force offers various HSP split flow pumps throughout its network, but synchronized lifting systems are individually created by the design and engineering team to fit each application.FPT’s synchronous lifting technology was employed during the lifting and lowering phases to lift a bridge with a precision of 1 mm. In the realm of road infrastructure and construction, routine and emergency maintenance of roads, highways, bridges, viaducts, railways, and undergrounds are required, necessitating the use of lifting equipment.A multipoint lifting solution on a structure with uneven load distribution is provided by a split flow pump, such as the Hi-Force HSP family. The pump lifts the load by providing nominally equal oil flow to each output, sufficient for many applications. However, slight differences in the lift are accentuated when there is an unequal load distribution or the cylinder stroke required is exceptionally long, which might result in an uneven lift in some situations.
    The new control strategy for this synchronous lifting system is investigated using mathematical modeling and simulation tools, some controller control parameters are set, and the control strategy’s progress is validated. On the other hand, the simulation model cannot adequately reflect the actual operation. Therefore, field testing and debugging are required to evaluate further whether the scheme’s effect is optimum.The design can be referenced via mathematical modeling and simulation. The synchronous lifting debugging experiment is carried out to verify the rationality of the design after the design scheme is determined and accomplished, as well as the assembly and manufacture of the entire vehicle. The lifting experiment is carried out after the examination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexanderdebrahan View Post
    While the HSP family of pumps includes a control hand pendant that allows for independent changes to each cylinder as needed throughout the raise, a synchronous lifting system may be the better alternative if greater accuracy is required. Hi-Force offers various HSP split flow pumps throughout its network, but synchronized lifting systems are individually created by the design and engineering team to fit each application.FPT’s synchronous lifting technology was employed during the lifting and lowering phases to lift a bridge with a precision of 1 mm. In the realm of road infrastructure and construction, routine and emergency maintenance of roads, highways, bridges, viaducts, railways, and undergrounds are required, necessitating the use of lifting equipment.A multipoint lifting solution on a structure with uneven load distribution is provided by a split flow pump, such as the Hi-Force HSP family. The pump lifts the load by providing nominally equal oil flow to each output, sufficient for many applications. However, slight differences in the lift are accentuated when there is an unequal load distribution or the cylinder stroke required is exceptionally long, which might result in an uneven lift in some situations.
    A single-channel mathematical model of the lifting system is constructed. The transfer function between the displacement of the hydraulic cylinder and proportional reversing valve is obtained, with the goal of the multicylinder synchronous lifting of the big prefabricated bridge. The control strategy for “master-slave” synchronization is chosen and designed. Using the MATLAB software, the synchronization effect is validated. The fuzzy PID control is implemented in the model, and the simulation model’s settings are tweaked to achieve the best results. The simulation results show that the fuzzy PID control and the “master-slave” control methods are successful. And the test results demonstrate that after employing this technique in multicylinder synchronous lifting, great synchronous accuracy under big loads and huge unbalance loads can be achieved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexanderdebrahan View Post
    While the HSP family of pumps includes a control hand pendant that allows for independent changes to each cylinder as needed throughout the raise, a synchronous lifting system may be the better alternative if greater accuracy is required. Hi-Force offers various HSP split flow pumps throughout its network, but synchronized lifting systems are individually created by the design and engineering team to fit each application.FPT’s synchronous lifting technology was employed during the lifting and lowering phases to lift a bridge with a precision of 1 mm. In the realm of road infrastructure and construction, routine and emergency maintenance of roads, highways, bridges, viaducts, railways, and undergrounds are required, necessitating the use of lifting equipment.A multipoint lifting solution on a structure with uneven load distribution is provided by a split flow pump, such as the Hi-Force HSP family. The pump lifts the load by providing nominally equal oil flow to each output, sufficient for many applications. However, slight differences in the lift are accentuated when there is an unequal load distribution or the cylinder stroke required is exceptionally long, which might result in an uneven lift in some situations.
    An electronic system designed for controlled hydraulic movement is a synchronized lifting system. The pressure and extension of some cylinders are transmitted back to a central computer control system in this electronically managed system. This control system automatically opens and closes directional control valves as needed to keep the load level within a predetermined and precise tolerance. As a result, the system will correct for minor fluctuations in pump output or cylinder size. A synchronized lifting system is commonly used for bridge raising or repositioning, heavy equipment lifting and lowering structure leveling, and structural testing.

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    A synchronous lifting system, also known as a machine lift, is an industrial automation system that uses a single arm or boom to move loads. These systems are most commonly found in warehouses and production environments where large objects must be moved quickly and efficiently. The machines have motors that rotate the arm or boom at a constant speed, which allows them to move heavy objects with ease.

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