Movie: Potential dangers with ultra high-pressure hydraulic applications

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TH0I4vjeis

Watch this if you use unreliable or outdated products in your ultra high-pressure hydraulic application, it demonstrates the forces at play. First we simulate a burst coupling. A burst coupling is high risk when mixing, for example CEJN couplings with copies. Even if they seem to fit this does not mean they’re working optimally and safely. 

The second simulation is of an ultra high-pressure hose failure, this particular hose burst at 2140bar (31038 PSI). What it does to a work glove filled with grease clearly demonstrates the consequences it can have on the victim’s body.

As a world leader in ultra high-pressure hydraulics, we know never to compromise on safety!

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