Increasing Hydraulic Efficiency for Electrified Machines – Fluid Power Forum Episode 110 Now Live

This episode features Marty Christianson & Chris Kolbe of HYDAC Technology Corporation.

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Marty is the Market Manager for E-Mobility and AE Cooling Systems, and Chris is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing, both at HYDAC Technology Corporation. Today, we invited them into our forum to learn about how HYDAC is increasing hydraulic efficiency for a number of electrified mobile machines. 


Next Upcoming Episode: October 23 | CCEFP Electrification Workshop Report | Zongxuan Sun, University of Minnesota

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