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    Water superimposed with electricity and industry expert headshots

    2022 Fluid Power Forecast: Plugged Into the Future

    Feb. 1, 2022
    Electrification puts a charge into traditional fluid power opportunities.
    Artist's representation of business growth and return on investment

    The Return on “Human” Investment

    Feb. 1, 2022
    The key to any technology change is whether you gain more than you lose—and how fast.
    Photo collage of Power & Motion Editorial Advisory Board members

    Power & Motion Names Six Leaders to Editorial Advisory Board

    Jan. 20, 2022
    A cross-section of expertise and knowledge will help shape the future of fluid power.
    Schaeffler AG
    Electric motors photo collage

    Consortium Designs Agile, Digital Production System for Electric Motors

    Jan. 12, 2022
    Electric traction motors are essential for hybrid and all-electric powertrains. New research promotes flexible and digitalized production.
    Fluid handling equipment

    Managing Fluid Performance: 4 Steps to Success

    Jan. 11, 2022
    Monitor your environment for clues to performance changes.

    More content from January/February 2022

    Motion headquarters

    Motion Acquires Kaman in $1.3 Billion Deal

    Jan. 4, 2022
    This combination of two of the top 20 distributors is expected to strengthen Motion’s market position.
    The AVENTICS AF2 Flow Sensor

    Machine Learning Models Predict Compressed Air Anomalies

    Jan. 3, 2022
    AI condition monitoring and prediction can locate leaks before they happen, optimizing energy use in industrial pneumatic systems.
    Festo EPCS

    Electric Actuation Mixes Precision and Efficiency

    Jan. 3, 2022
    Festo and SKF teamed up to find a balance for pneumatic/electric axes benefits.

    Quality Pump Parts Revolve Around Grinding Precision and Consistency

    Dec. 15, 2021
    Gerotor tolerances are small, so exacting grinds are required.