G & G Hydraulics Corporation Is A Full-Line Distributor Serving The Commercial, Industrial And Automotive Industries.

Our Large Inventory Of Components And Accessories Include The Following:

ACCUMULATORS:

Bladder type hydraulic accumulators use an incompressible fluid and a compressed gas, spring or raised mass to store energy, absorb shock, eliminate noise, and counter-balance loads.

BLOW GUNS:

OSHA and Non-OSHA Standard blow guns with ergonomic design and a wide range of nozzle accessories. Industrial Quick Disconnects (ISC) blow guns provide maximum blowing force and operator safety.

BOOSTERS:

Gas booster pumps are designed to boost bottled gases such as air, nitrogen, helium, hydrogen* or methane* up to higher pressures. They can be used for pressure testing or for pre-charging accumulators and down hole tools. Being air operated they are inherently safe and can be used in fire hazardous areas. Booster pumps are used in applications where the normal system pressure is low and needs to be increased.

CLAMPS:

Industrial clamps are fixturing components used to hold and position work on machine tables. They are used during assembly, forming, welding and machining.

CLUTCHES:

Motor clutch assemblies consist of elements for both the connection and disconnection of shafts in equipment drives.

COUPLERS & NIPPLES:

Low and ultra high pressure quick disconnects are used in hydraulic or pneumatic systems to quickly connect lines without losing fluid or fluid pressure.

CYLINDERS:

Cylinders are actuation devices that utilize pressurized hydraulic fluid or pneumatics to produce linear motion and force.

FILTERS & ELEMENTS:

In-line and spin-on type filters are used for handling petroleum-based oils, emulsions, synthetic hydraulic fluids and lubrication oils

Liquid filtration elements are used to remove impurities from liquids. They are used in water treatment systems and fluid processing applications.

FITTINGS:

Hydraulic and pneumatic fittings are a category of components used to connect hoses and tubes for in-line, offset, multi-port, and mounting configurations.

FLOW METERS:

Flow meters are devices that measures how much air or fluid is flowing through a tube. It does not measure the volume of the air passing through the tube, it measures the amount of mass flowing through the device in a defined time segment. A flow meter is just an application of mass flow meters for a special medium.

GAUGES:

Gauges are devices used for measuring the pressure of a gas or liquid. All types including pressure and test.

HEAT EXCHANGERS:

Heat exchangers are commonly used in a wide variety of industrial, chemical, and electronics processes to transfer energy and provide required heating or cooling.

HOSE & HOSE ASSEMBLIES:

Low and ultra high pressure hydraulic hose is used in wide variety of industrial hydraulic systems. Industrial hose covers the broad spectrum of fluid transfer lines.

Hose is usually flexible, often reinforced, and available in a wide range of material compositions to cover various hydraulic and pneumatic industrial applications.

INTENSIFIERS:

Pressure intensifiers are pressure-increasing devices used to raise the pressure of hydraulic or pneumatic fluids. They differ from pumps in that they can only increase the pressure of a normally pressurized fluid.

JACKS:

Lifting jacks are used for leveling or positioning heavy equipment, or for supporting structures. They use screw or cylinder-based actuators and are powered by hydraulic, mechanical, electric, or manual methods.

MOTORS:

Motors are powered by pressurized hydraulic fluid and transfer rotational kinetic energy to mechanical devices.

O-RINGS:

O-rings are solid-rubber seals that are shaped like a doughnut. When pressed between two mating surfaces, O-rings block the passage of liquids or gases.

POWER UNITS:

Hydraulic power units provide pressurized flow to hydraulic motors, cylinders, and other components.

PULSATION DAMPENERS:

Pulsation dampeners are devices that control the pulsations that result from a pressurized system's stroking action. They are often referred to as accumulators or surge suppressors.

PUMPS:

Air driven compact liquid pumps operate on the principal of differential areas. An air piston drives a smaller diameter hydraulic plunger to provide a pressure ratio. The pressure ratio determines the maximum outlet pressure. Our standard hydraulic pumps deliver high-pressure fluid flow to the pump outlet. Hydraulic pumps are powered by mechanical energy sources to pressurize fluid. DC powered pumps use direct current from motor, battery, or solar power to move liquids such as acids, chemicals, lubricants and oil, as well as water, wastewater, and potable water. There are two kinds of fuel pumps: the mechanical fuel pump, which was used in carbureted cars, and the electric fuel pump, which is used in cars with electronic fuel injection.

RELAYS:

A relay is an electrical switch that opens and closes under the control of another electrical circuit. In the original form, the switch is operated by an electromagnet to open or close one or many sets of contacts. Because a relay is able to control an output circuit of higher power than the input circuit, it can be considered to be, in a broad sense, a form of an electrical amplifier.

REGULATORS:

Regulators maintain the output pressure at a set value.

REPAIR SERVICES:

Hydraulic repair services rebuild, repair and calibrate used hydraulic components and equipment such as hydraulic pumps, valves and servo valves, cylinders, motors, jacks, rams, actuators, hydraulic power units (HPUs) and hydraulic machines or systems.

SEALS:

Hydraulic seals and pneumatic seals include piston seals, rod seals, U-cups, vee, e-ring, cup, and flange. All types including metal, rubber, etc.

SWITCHES:

A pressure switch is a form of switch that makes electrical contact when a certain set pressure has been reached on its input. This is used to provide on/off switching from a source, traditionally pneumatic.

VALVES:

Solenoid valves are devices that use a solenoid to control valve activation. Hydraulic valves contain and transfer the flow and pressure of hydraulic fluid in hydraulic power systems. They range from simple shutoff valves to precision control valves. Control valves or proportional valves are power-operated devices used to modify fluid flow or pressure rate in a process system.