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Bosch Rexroth launches expanded online hydraulics catalogue

Bosch Rexroth launches expanded online hydraulics catalogue

Bosch Rexroth has unveiled its newly expanded online interactive hydraulic catalogue.

Featuring thousands of hydraulic products, parts and power units including the full Hägglunds range, the new catalogues is designed to make it quick and easy for designers and engineers to select the right products.

Added features include a search option, as well as downloadable data sheets and CAD designs on selected items.

Certain products can also be configured by technical data such as cylinders and proportional valves to further ensure the right product is chosen.

Steve Smith, Marine and Offshore Industry Sector Manager at Bosch Rexroth, said: “Our new vastly expanded catalogue provides a one stop shop for hydraulic engineers, particularly with the addition of the Hägglunds range. By providing added features such as CAD designs, data sheets and the ability to configure results by technical data we aim to make it easier than ever before to specify hydraulic parts and systems.

Click here to view our online catalogue

 

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15 Cromwell Road  
PE19 2ES Cambridgeshire
Phone: 01480 223 290
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