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The extensive range of Schaeffler products for hydraulic systems and fluid pumps is included in the area of “Fluid Technology.” Bearings and components for these demanding applications need to be extremely reliable and yet cost-effective. “Fluid Technology” mainly meets these requirements with individualized, customer-specific developments or – in certain cases – with sophisticated standard products.



Pumps convey fluids from a state of lower pressure to a state of higher pressure, from a lower geodetic level to a higher geodetic level, or from a lower flow speed range to a higher flow speed range.

A distinction is made here between two basic principles: the positive displacement principle and the centrifugal principle. In centrifugal pumps, the fluid flows in from an axial direction and is set in motion by a rapidly spinning blade wheel. In piston pumps, the fluid in the cylinder is compressed by a moving piston.

  • Conveyed media
    Water, concrete, wastewater, oil, condensation, fuel, coolant, acid/alkali, foodstuffs
  • Applications
    Food industry, construction industry, watering, irrigation and drainage, chemical industry, extinguishing systems, heating technology, cleaning, hydraulics, petrochemistry, swimming pools, ship technology, water supply, mining, power plant technology


Schaeffler products for fluid technology:

  • Single row cylindrical roller bearings
  • Single row angular contact ball bearings
  • Double row angular contact ball bearings
  • Spherical roller bearings
  • Tapered roller bearings
  • Deep groove ball bearings
  • Four point contact bearings

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