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SPE Offshore Europe

We exhibit at: SPE Offshore Europe Aberdeen (UK) from September 05 - 08, 2017.

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Technical Fair St. Petersburg

We exhibit at: St. Petersburg Technical Fair from March 14 to 16, 2017 in St. Petersburg, Russia. You will find us at booth E 28, pavilion G.

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Hannover Fair

We'll be there: Hannover Fair from April 24 to 28, 2017 in Hannover, Germany and you will find us at booth D16, hall 21.

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Offshore Korea

We exhibit at: Offshore Korea - Exhibition, Conference & Event in Busan (Korea) from October 19 - 21, 2016

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19th International Sealing Conference ISC

Hunger DFE takes part at the international sealing conference ISC in Stuttgart, Germany from October 12th - October 13th, 2016.

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Hunger Hydraulic - Custom-made hydraulic cylinder

Custom made hydraulic cylinder

Walter Hunger GmbH & Co. KG

Hunger Hydraulic is an international operating company working in the fluid technology branch. Known as expert for huge and custom-built hydraulic cylinders, the Walter Hunger GmbH & Co. KG develops and realises innovative solutions according to customer requirements.

Our hydraulic cylinder design, contains more than 60 years experience in the development and production of customised hydraulic cylinders. This know-how is constantly expanding through our internal research as well as through cooperation with independent institutes - to meet your expectations in the future and to keep our high quality standard.

Largest hydraulic cylinder Hunger produced for an offshore excavator

 

With a retracted overall length of 25,6 m, a bottom flange of 2,15 m and a weight of over 200 t the most enormous cylinder of the company history has been built. The special cylinder with its tensile force of 1.500 t and its stroke of 20 m is one of the biggest so far built cylinders in the world and it will be used for an offshore excavator. By means of steel cables the cylinder will lift and lower the huge excavator shovel, within two coaches could easily have room. At 17th July 2015 the hydraulic cylinder was loaded on train rails, therefore two 500-ton truck-mounted cranes lifted the colossus on two chassis frames witch are unique in Europe.