Hydra Liner Series Hydraulic Fluid Warmers

Warm Oil Flows More Freely, Reduce Pump Cavitation, Increase Productivity

Hydra Liner Series Hydraulic Fluid Warmers Highlights

Versatile design allows for use on equipment for logging, construction, mining, waste hauling, utility and maintenance vehicles. No more idle equipment or workers waiting for hydraulics to warm up.

  • All stainless steel construction
  • Large surface area exposed to fluid to maximize heat rise
  • Threads into standard 2" NPT or 2" Straight Thread O-Ring (STOR)Coupling
  • Excellent coolant flow capacity
  • 3/4" NPT coolant connections
  • 5-year - 600,000 mile / 965,000km warranty
  • Install multiple units for large tanks for faster warm up

Product Variations Available

PART NUMBER

“A” DIMENSION

NOMINAL

“B” DIMENSION

NOMINAL

SURFACE AREA

NOMINAL

               BTU/hr

NOMINAL(1)

TYPICAL

APPLICATION

TO –20°F / -29°C (2)

TYPICAL

APPLICATION

TO –40°F / -40°C (2)

H-4000-8

H-4000-8-STOR

7 Inches

178mm

10 Inches

254mm

105 In²

8 dm²

Water 4,200

Oil 2,100

Up to 20 US gallons

76 Liters

Up to 10 US gallons

38 Liters

H-4000-12

H-4000-12-STOR

11 Inches

280mm

14 Inches

356mm

180 In²

12 dm²

Water 7,200

Oil 3,600

Up to 35 US Gallons

133 Liters

Up to 17 US gallons

38 Liters

H-4000-16

H-4000-16-STOR

15 Inches

381mm

18 Inches

457mm

250 In²

16 dm²

Water 10,000

Oil 5,000

Up to 50 US Gallons

190 Liters

Up to 10 US gallons

66 Liters

H-4000-20

H-4000-20-STOR

19 Inches

483mm

22 Inches

559mm

315 In²

20 dm²

Water 13,000

Oil 6,500

Up to 63 US Gallons

239 Liters

Up to 25 US gallons

95 Liters

H-4000-24

H-4000-24-STOR

23 Inches

584mm

26 Inches

660mm

385 In²

24 dm²

Water 16,000

Oil 8,000

Up to 77 US Gallons

292 Liters

Up to 38 US gallons

146 Liters

(1)  Nominal BTU/hr based upon 180°F / 82°C Coolant flowing at 5 US Gallons / 19 Liters per minute.

Water—beginning  temperature at +35°F /  +2°C

Oil—ISO 32 Hydraulic Oil beginning temperature –20°F / -29°C.

 

(2)  Actual temperature rise will be affected by factors such as coolant temperature and flow rate, specific heat capacity of fluids and air movement around reservoir.