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Single action pressure booster - connection schematic based on miniBOOSTER© standard

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SINGLE ACTION PRESSURE BOOSTER - CONNECTION SCHEMATIC BASED ON MINIBOOSTER© STANDARD

Single action pressure booster - connection schematic based on miniBOOSTER© standard

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HC3-D / HC3-F series

Description: The HC3-D and HC3-F pressure boosters are used for hydraulic systems designed on a modular basis. The miniBOOSTER® connection schematic allows them to be fitted without pipework. Fitting the HC3-D or HC3-F right next to the application guarantees rapid response times in terms of pressure build-up. Use based on the miniBOOSTER® connection schematic means the maximum operational pressure must be reduced to 500 bar.  
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