Choosing a Pressure Relief Valve

Pressure relief valves are designed to keep hydraulic based machinery running safely – their main purpose is to protect systems from overpressure. Certain applications require more specific types of pressure relief valves though. Choosing the right valve can be the difference between your machinery working safely or not.

Hydraulic Projects Ltd – The First 50 Years

Hydraulic Projects Ltd was incorporated by our founder, Dick Hammond, on 14th April 1966.  Following his degree, 15 years in companies like Rolls Royce and Hotpoint and working in air crash investigation, Dick decided to set up on his own and specialise in hydraulic design. Dick’s first products were a range of hydraulic power units … Continue reading Hydraulic Projects Ltd – The First 50 Years

Our Experience at the METS Trade Show

Our representatives recently attended the Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS) in Amsterdam again this year, following the success of our time at the show last year. Known to be the world’s biggest trade exhibition of marine equipment, materials and systems, the show proved successful for HyPro and our range of products. Since 1988, the METS … Continue reading Our Experience at the METS Trade Show

Meet Hy-Pro’s New Applications Engineer

We’re pleased to introduce the newest member to the Hy-Pro team. We are pleased to announce that Samuel Antwi Adjei has joined us as our new Applications Engineer.   With a wealth of experience in the design, application and sales of hydraulic components (in particular hydraulic control valves), Sam has already been meeting some of our … Continue reading Meet Hy-Pro’s New Applications Engineer

A Beginners Guide to EMC Compliancy

What is EMC compliancy? EMC (ElectroMagnetic Compatibility) testing is the process in which electrical devices are tested to ensure they do not emit a large amount of electromagnetic interference. These interferences are known as radiated and conducted emissions, and there are tests to prove the quality of both. This is to establish that any device … Continue reading A Beginners Guide to EMC Compliancy