The work of the hydro system is fundamentally the distribution of water from local networks at a stable pressure

These systems are used to avoid the construction of elevated tanks that provide such pressure adequately. It is a system whose use is both commercial and domestic in terms of supply and distribution.

Therefore, the use of the hydro system ranges from small industries to rural buildings, through small businesses or private houses.


For a hydro system to work, it is necessary to use pressurized water and air, since they are systems based on the principle of compressibility. Therefore, its operation begins at the moment in which the water is supplied to the storage tank by the water company. The operating process occurs as follows.

Over time, the filters become clogged and require cleaning through backwashing. This leads to a waste of water, energy, and money. Hydro FLOW can help reduce this waste through flocculation.

Turbulence (often provided by a pump) mixes the water so that these particles come into contact and stick together, forming flocks. These batches sit on the surface of the filter, so they are easier to remove and the amount of water used in the backwash can be reduced. Flocculation also allows the filter to remove the finest particles and thus improve water clarity.

First, the water is supplied to the storage tank, where it will be stored until the pump starts working. When the pump starts, the hydro system tank begins to perform its function. In this way, the increase in the water level in the tank causes the air to compress inside the container.

When the tank pressure reaches a limit that is set on the pressure switch, the pump stops operating until the tank is completely full. In the opposite process, when the water is used, the level inside the hydropneumatic tank decreases in the same way. The pressure of the pressure switch or pressure switch therefore also decreases. This will cause a circuit to close.

When the water level drops until the tank is empty again, the pressure will increase, so that the tank is recharged with water, in the same way as at the beginning of its operation.

Advantages Of The Hydro System System

• The main advantage of a hydropneumatic system is that the pressure of the pumps can be regulated in order to adapt it to the use that we give to the system itself, both industrial and private.

• In addition, it allows maintaining a reserve of water already pressurized for those cases in which there is a general power outage.

• This type of system avoids having to install tanks on the roofs or in the upper areas of buildings (both private and industrial), so it does not overload the general structure and also avoids dampness.

• On the other hand, it generates adequate pressure at all levels so that helps devices that require water perform better.

The Signal 

Hydro FLOW units use a unique technology to transmit an electronic field to the pipe and the water inside. This technology works on all types of pipe material without the need for cutting or plumbing, making it ideal for retrofitting. The signal can travel through the plumbing network, both upstream and downstream, to protect the entire system.

Incrustation Prevention

Tartar is made up of minerals (usually calcium and bicarbonate) that dissolve in water. When water is heated (or becomes supersaturated), these minerals form a hard mass on the surface of heating pipes and equipment, preventing heat transfer, reducing efficiency, and blocking the flow.

Hydro flow units transmit an electronic field to the pipe network and to the water itself. This causes the mineral ions to form clumps that act as a starting point for the crystals, so that when the water is heated, the scale forms as fine suspended dust, which can then be carried away by the flow.

Hydraulic systems have gained use and applicability on a large scale in the process driven by industrial manufacturing technology. Although hydraulic technology is old, it is still a dominant system in the modern industrial manufacturing process. The hydraulic system could be adapted for the use of small industries to heavy industry. Part of its popularity is that no other system has been as efficient and effective at transferring energy through small tubes or hoses and other hard-to-reach parts.

The hydraulic system is used to multiply the force exerted, and to generate the maximum energy to be used to carry out the desired function. It uses fluid power actuators to perform various functions. All hydraulic systems use high-pressure fluids, also called hydraulic fluids, distributed throughout the machine or in various components of the machine to produce the desired energy.

Industrial Manufacturing Process

 Many of the items that require significant power and strength, such as tool making, are often based on hydraulic technology and processes. Automobile production assembly lines make extensive use of hydraulic systems and processes. Other heavy-duty production machines, such as those used for large-scale publishing and printing, also use hydraulic technology.


Currently, the applications of oleo hydraulics and pneumatics are very diverse, an amplitude that is mainly due to the design and manufacture of elements of greater precision and with better quality materials, in addition to more specialized studies of the materials and principles of hydraulics and pneumatics. This advance has been reflected in equipment that allows increasingly precise work with higher energy levels, which has allowed growing industrial development.

Two Types Can Be Distinguished Within The Hydraulic, Mobile, And Industrial Applications:

1-. Mobile Applications:

This uses the energy provided by air and oil under pressure, being able to fulfill the functions of transport, excavation, lifting, drilling, material handling, control, and driving mobile vehicles such as tractors, cranes, backhoes, collector trucks garbage, front loaders, truck brakes, and suspension, etc.

2-. Industrial:

In the industrial sector it is of great importance to have specialized machinery to control, drive, position and mechanize elements or materials typical of the production line, to obtain these functions the energy provided by compressed fluids is used regularly.

It Is Applied In:

  • Machinery for the plastic industry.
  • Machine tools.
  • Machinery for food processing.
  • Equipment for robotics and automated manipulation.
  • Equipment for industrial assembly.
  • Machinery for mining.
  • Machinery for the steel industry.
  • Other applications that can occur in motor vehicles, such as automobiles, aerospace applications, and naval applications, in the field of medicine and other areas in which highly controlled and high precision movements, are needed, as follows:
  • Automotive sector: suspension, brakes, steering, cooling, etc.
  • Aeronautical Sector: rudders, ailerons, landing gears, brakes, simulators, aeronautical maintenance equipment, etc.
  • Naval Sector: rudder, transmission mechanisms, control systems, specialized systems of ships or military ships
  • Medicine: Surgical instruments, operating tables, hospital beds, dental chairs, and instruments, etc.
  • As can be seen, hydraulics and pneumatics have such varied applications that they can be used even in theater, cinematography, parks, drawbridges, underwater drilling platforms, elevators, car lifting tables, etc.

The hydraulic energy process is considered a clean process, that is, it does not produce or give rise to waste or the emission of gases or solid particles that pollute the atmosphere. It starts with studying the region and it takes a lot of economic and human capital to carry it out.

Hydraulic Systems:

This can be found today in a wide variety of applications, from small assembly processes to integrated steel and paper applications. Hydraulics allow the operator to perform extremely important jobs (for example, lifting heavy loads, turning a shaft, drilling precision holes, etc.) with minimal investment by mechanical equipment by applying Pascal’s law, which says that: the pressure applied to a fluid confined at any point is transmitted without diminishing through the fluid in all directions and acts on each part of the containment container at right angles to its interior surfaces and also on similar areas.

Let’s take an example to better understand the process under which a hydraulic system operates: applying Pascal’s law and Brahma’s contributions it can be seen that an input force of, for example, 100 pounds in 10 square inches will develop a pressure of 10 pounds per square inch through the confined container. This pressure will support a weight of up to 1000 pounds if the area of ​​the weight is 100 square inches. As will be noted, the principle of Pascal’s law is realized in a hydraulic system thanks to the fluid that is used to transmit energy from one point to another. Because this fluid is almost incompressible, it is capable of instantly transmitting energy.