Hydraulic systems in the naval sector represent a vital technology for the control and implementation of numerous functions on board ships and boats of various types.
On board a ship, hydraulic systems are used in a wide range of applications. For example, hoists and hoists that lift heavy loads.
They also allow control of steering surfaces, such as rudders and stabilizer fins, flaps and propellers, ensuring optimal maneuverability in different navigation conditions.
They can also be used for handling yacht accessories such as gangways, platforms, platforms, hatches, balconies, ladders and sledges, as well as cranes and tender travel.
Watertight bulkheads, used to divide the ship into watertight compartments, can be operated hydraulically to isolate damaged areas in an emergency, contributing to the safety and stability of the ship.
Energy efficiency is another advantageous feature of hydraulic systems in the naval sector. These systems are designed to reduce power losses and improve long-term reliability, enabling more sustainable management of on-board energy.