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HUNGER Maschinen GmbH


The hydraulic components produced by Hunger Maschinen are an important supplement to the components to be found in the hydraulics sector.

The product range covers hydraulic components such as rotary transmissions rotary actuators, pressure intensifiers, special valves and hydraulic control blocks as well as complete hydraulic systems. The production program is rounded off by selfaligning and rod end bearings in maintainable and maintenance-free designs for hydraulic cylinders and other drive applications. Optimum functionality, freedom from maintenance and long service life are worldrenowned properties of all products. This proverbial quality standard is only achieved by continuous inspection of all dimensions and functions. Due to the high performance and quality standards it has been possible to develop new sales markets all over the world. Hunger Maschinen designs, project plans, produces and installs complete customer-specific hydraulic systems for all fields of application.




You will find us at:

Shanghai New International Expo Center - SNIEC

23.-26. October 2019

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International Maritime Defense Industry Exhibition

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Expoville Brasilien

17.-20. September 2019

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News · Projects

follow-up report

Hanover. April 2019: This year's Hannover Fair was once again something special for everyone involved. Also the Hunger Hydraulics Group participated again with a 143 m² booth in hall 21, booth D 16.

The stand concept convinced with a clear…

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Recently one of the Crawlers at the Kennedy Space Center was upgraded for the next mission- the Space Launch System (SLS), a rocket and launch tower combination heavier than even the Saturn V moon rockets the crawlers were designed for.

The Crawlers have been a long-time veteran of moving America’s rocket ships from the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) to the Launch Pad, a distance of up to 4.2 miles at a record breaking speed of 1-mph since the late 1960’s. Their payload has always…

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