Die Casting

Your industry is continuously striving to be more efficient in its processes whether using zinc, aluminum or magnesium. You are looking for faster production and extended tool life, cutting costs for machining operations and assembly. With this in mind, why should you need to worry about your electro-hydraulic components and if they are in peek operational performance??  You shouldn’t. Industrial Servo Hydraulics, INC., since 1969 has serviced the Die Cast Industry, and this is how we can benefit you.

Two of the basic Die-casting process, which is only differentiated by their methods of metal injection, is Hot-Chamber and Cold-Chambers, with the use of Zinc and Magnesium and Aluminum and Magnesium. Most of all the mechanisms associated with these two processes utilize Hydraulically Operated Plungers that provide position feedback control by either a Hydraulic Servovalve or Directional/Proportional Control Valve.

Industrial Servo Hydraulics, Inc. services a broad assortment of hydraulic components coming in from Die-casting Chambers manufactured by HPM, OBA, and Prince, just to name a few. Some of the more common manufacturers of these items are Atchley 211A and 215A series, Bosch, H.R. Textron 27E and 27G series, MOOG, Parker, Vickers, Rexroth, Ultra, Tokimec, Daiken, Charlynn, and Denison. Our former Atchley distributorship has enabled us to stock critical factory parts for the repair of your Atchley valves, as well as our large inventory of Moog parts. There can be a complexity of your H.R. Textron servovalves with broken or loose hall magnets, which will shut your valve down. Our alliance with H.R. Textron and years of repairing these valves will assure you of the best repair available.

You can rest assured that your intricate hydraulic components such as Servovalves, Vane/Piston Pumps, and Single/Double Ended Clamping Cylinders will be repaired and brought back to OEM specifications by the very first independent repair house for Servovalves in the country. Give Industrial Servo your next repair, question or hydraulic requirement.  You will see the difference.