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SPX FLOW brand Power Team specializes in high-pressure hydraulic technology. Through a broad range of leading-edge component parts, accessories and tools, Power Team enables the creation and upkeep of concentrated force delivery solutions that can meet any application criteria. These cover lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling, clamping, spreading and torquing activities. The Power Team portfolio features hydraulic pumps covering a wide variety of flow stage configurations and reservoir capacities, compact yet powerful jacks, cylinders (single and double action) and valves (load-lowering, shut-off, pressure-reducing, sequence, metering, etc.). In addition, Power Team supplies nut splitters, in-line drives, spreaders, bridge lifts, shop presses, mobile floor cranes and torque wrenches. Through this comprehensive portfolio, Power Team attends to the needs of the construction, automotive assembly, mining, shipbuilding, manufacturing and industrial processing sectors. Thanks to rugged design plus advanced protective coatings, Power Team equipment is able to cope with deployment in the most uncompromising of applications. It thereby delivers ongoing functional reliability under a range of stresses to an extent. As well as providing repair and maintenance services, Power Team also offers on-site safety training so customers can support the wellbeing of their workforce in potentially hazardous environments.

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The Power Team P-Series hand pumps come in a variety of configurations to meet the requirements of your application.  Along with various oil capacities and flow rates, you can choose from the following options:

Compact design ensures that the Power Team PA6 series pump is lightweight and portable. The PA6 series consists of single-speed pumps designed to drive single-acting cylinders. The power unit of choice for major manufacturers of auto body, frame straighteners and other equipment. Operates at 40-100 psi (3-8 bar) shop air pressure at the pump, dBA 85 at 10,000 psi (700 bar). Serviceable pump motor is not a “throwaway”, providing economical repair. Permanently vented reservoir cap. Internal relief valve protects circuit components, air inlet filter protects motor.

Compact, lightweight and portable the Power Team PA6D series pumps are single-speed pumps for driving double-acting cylinders. The PA6D series pumps operate at 40-100 psi (3-8 bar) shop air pressure at the pump. Designed with longevity in-mind the PA6D series feature internal relief valve protects circuit components, air inlet filter protects motor. Serviceable pump motor is not a “throw away”, providing economical repair. Permanently vented reservoir cap. dBA 85 at 10,000 psi (700 bar) for all PA6 pump.

Ideal for powering single-acting cylinders and portable hydraulic tools, the Power Team PA9 series pumps are easier to operate than a hand pump, designed for efficiency. Built to be economical in service; the PA9 series is not a “throwaway” unit. Unique bladder design for all-position operation and storage. Operates on 40-120 psi (3-8 bar) shop air, at 20 cfm (570 l). Hard-coat anodized aluminum housing. Oil filler with integral safety relief minimizes chance of damage to reservoir bladder if overfilling occurs.

A two-speed pump, the Power Team PA60 series pumps are designed for rapid oil delivery at low pressure to quickly advance cylinder or tool. Equipped with air pressure regulator, air filter and lubricator. Serviceable air motor for economical repair. Internal relief valve protects circuit components. Permanently vented reservoir cap.

Focused on single-speed and low pressure the Power Team PA50 series pump outputs 3,200 PSI / 220 BAR, fitting serviceable requirements for air motor for economical repair. Integrated air inlet filter protects motor. The PA50 series also features a filter in outlet port protects against contaminated systems Assorted reservoirs to suit your application"s requirements.

Rotary-Style Air Motor.  Use where air is the preferred source of energy.  Two-speed operation for high speed cylinder advance.  Durable two gallon thermoplastic reservoir. (Metal reservoir conversion kits are available.)  Air motor capable of starting under full load.

Rotary-Style Air Motor.  Use where air is the preferred source of energy.  3 hp motor starting under full load.  Two-speed operation for rapid cylinder advance.  Models available with full remote control over advance and return, except PA554.  Tandem center valve holds the load when pump is shut-off.

Compact, Portable, Cordless Hydraulic Pump for MRO Applications.  Compact, Li-ion 18VDC, 9.0 Ah battery-powered pump provides extended run-time.  Two-stage, high-pressure hydraulic pump offers quick tool advancement in the first stage.  Extremely compact, lightweight with an ergonomic handle grip and transport strap to ease portability.  Self-contained, rubber bladder reservoir allows pump usage in most positions with an impressive capacity of 70 cu. in. usable.  Quiet, smooth-running, serviceable brushed 18VDC motor.  High-impact, fiberglass reinforced shroud protects your investment in the most demanding and harsh applications.  Interchangeable valve configuration accommodates a vast array of applications.  CSA rated for intermittent duty, CE compliant.

The 10 series Power Team hydraulic pumps are designed to have a maximum of 690 bar (10,000 psi) at a flow rate of 164 cc/min (10 cu. in/min). All Power Team pumps come fully assembled, and each with the ability to be valved for either single- or double acting cylinders. Designed to be compact can easily mobile, the power team 10 series includes a portable power source is included for hydraulic cylinders, and tools. The permanent magnet motor is strategically constructed to easily start under load, even with reduced voltage conditions. Battery-operated models have 8 foot (2,4 m) power cord with alligator clips to connect to any 12 volt battery, optional rechargeable battery pack with shoulder strap are alternatives for maximum portability. The Power Team 10 series pump typically delivers 15 minutes of continuous operation at 10,000 psi (700 bar) on a single battery. Built to withstand High-impact, shielded with a flame retardant construction.

The Power Team 17 series pump is delibertly designed for maintenance and construction applications up to 55 Ton. For use with single-acting or double-acting cylinders at operating pressures to 10,000 psi (700 bar). For intermittent duty; starts under full load. Equipped with 1⁄2 hp (0,37 kW), 3,450 rpm, single-phase, thermal protected induction motor; 10 ft. remote control cord (PE172S has 25 ft. (7,6 m) cord) Low amperage draw; small generators and low amperage circuits can be used as power source. Extremely quiet noise level (67-81 dBA).

Vanguard Jr. + Power Team 18 series pumps provide two-speed high performance in a light-weight, compact package. Designed to provide a gauge port and metal reservoir on all pump models. Equipped with a 1⁄2 hp (0,37 kW), 115 volt, 60/50 Hz single phase motor that starts under load, even at reduced voltage. Low amperage draw permits use with smaller generators and low amperage circuits. All pumps have a 10 foot (3 m) remote control. CSA rated for intermittent duty. Noise level of 85-90 dBA. For operating hydraulic crimping, cutting or other tools: No. PE184C - Allows you to alternately operate a spring-return cutting and/or crimping tool without disconnecting either tool. Select a port connection with a manual 4-way valve, start the pump with a remote control hand switch and extend the connected tool. When the hand switch is switched to off, the pump stops and the automatic valve opens, allowing the tool to return. In the center (neutral) position, a manual control valve holds the tool in position at the time valve is shifted.

The 21 series Power Team pump and RD5513 cylinder used in a special press that produces pharmaceutical-grade extracts for herbal medicines. Totally enclosed, fan cooled induction motor: 1 hp (0,75 kW), 1,725 rpm, 60 Hz, single phase. Designed intentional for thermal overload protection. Remote control, with 10 foot (3,1 m) cord is standard on pumps with solenoid valves. Manual valve pumps have “Stop”, “Start” and “Run/Off/Pulse” switches. Pump controls are moisture and dust resistant. Motor drip cover with carrying handles and lifting lug. Low noise level of 70 dBA@ 10,000 psi (700 bar). In the event of electrical interruption, pump shuts off and will not start up until operator presses the pump start button. 24 volt control circuits on units with remote controls provide additional user/operator safety.

Ideal for running multiple tools or cylinders from one power unit. Recommended for cylinders up to 75 tons. Two-speed pumps have the same low pressure and high pressure flows from both valves. Flows and pressures of each pump are independent. Delivers 300 cu. in./min. of oil at 100 psi (4,8 liter/min of oil at 7 bar) and 25 cu. in./min. at 10,000 psi (0,4 liter/min at 700 bar) from each pump. 1 1/2 hp, 110/115 volt, 60 Hz (1,12 kW, 220 volt, 50 Hz) induction motor, 10 foot (3,1 meter) remote control and 5 gallon (19 liter) steel reservoir. Models available for operating single-acting or double-acting cylinders. Each power unit contains two separate pumps and two separate valves allowing operator to control multiple processes with one power unit. Both pumps on each power unit are equipped with an externally adjustable pressure relief valve. Not recommended for frequent starting and stopping.

The Power Team 30 series pump is intently ideal for maintenance and construction applications.  Operating both single-acting or double-acting cylinders. A dynamically built, Integral roll cage protects the 30 series pump from many forms of damage. 1 hp (0,75 kW), single phase, permanent magnet motor. High performance to weight ratio. Starts under full load even when voltage is reduced to 50% of nominal rating. Quit operations: 82 dBA @ 10,000 psi (700 bar) and 87 dBA @ 0 psi (0 bar). CSA rated for intermittent duty. Remote controls and/or solenoid valves feature 24 volt controls.

The Power Team 46 series is best suited for under the roof maintenance and production applications. Equipped with two-speed high-performance pump, for use with single- or double-acting cylinders at operating pressures to 10,000 psi (700 bar) the 46 series pump is versitile. With a 1 1⁄2 hp (1.12 kW), 3,450 (2,875) rpm single-phase, 60 (50) Hz thermal protected induction motor that starts under full load. Noise level of 77-81 dBA. All equipped with a 10 foot (3,1 m) remote control except PE462S which has a 25 foot (7,6 m) remote control. 24 volt control circuit on all units with remote control. CSA rated for intermittent duty.

A powerful multifaceted pump, the Power Team 55 pump excels at multiple applications. From heavy construction to concrete stressing this pump series is designed for intensity. With low voltage starting possible,  the 50/60 Hz universal motor; draws 25 amps at full load, and can start at reduced voltage. CSA rated for intermittent duty. 10 foot (3,1 m) remote motor control (except PE552S which has a 25 foot (7,6 m) remote motor and valve control). True unloading valve achieves greater pump efficiency, allowing higher flows at maximum pressure. Reservoirs available in sizes up to 10 gallons (38 liter). Lightweight and portable. Best weight-to-performance ratio of all Power Team pumps. “Assemble to Order” System: There are times when a custom pump is required. Power Team’s “Assemble to Order” system allows you to choose from a wide range of pre-engineered, off-the shelf components to build a customized pump to fit specific requirements. By selecting standard components you get a “customized” pump without “customized” prices. All pumps come fully assembled, add oil and ready for work.

A compact lightweight pump, the Power Team 60 series is designed for rugged applications and low voltage starting. Experiencing a long, trouble-free life in the most demanding work environments, the 60 series is durable.. Powered by 1 1⁄8 hp, 115 volt, 60/50 Hz (0,84 kW, 220 volt, 60/50 Hz) single phase motor. Starts under load, even at the reduced voltages at construction sites. Optional fan-driven external oil cooler includes rollover guard. Insulated carrying handle. Integral 4" (102 mm) diameter fluid-filled pressure gauge with steel bezel complies with ASME B40.1 Grade A. 0 to 10,000 psi (0 to 700 bar) pressure range in 100 psi (7 bar) increments. Sealed 3⁄4 gallon (4,34 liter (usable) reservoir. Reservoir drain port is standard. Standard oil level sight gauge for accurate oil level monitoring. External spin-on filter removes contaminants from circulating oil to maximize pump, valve and cylinder/tool life.

The Power Team PQ60 series pumps are designed specifically for heavy-duty, extended cycle operation. Integrating single- or double-acting cylinders the PQ60 series is versatile. Constructed for longevity by employing a metal shroud keeps dirt and moisture out of motor and electrical components. An electrical shut-down feature prevents unintentional restarting of motor following an electrical service interruption. Internal relief valve limits pressure to 10,000 psi (700 bar). External relief valve is adjustable from 1,000 to 10,000 psi (70 to 700 bar). The Power Team PQ60 pumps operate below maximum OSHA noise limitation (74-76 dBA). Start and operate under full load, even with voltage reduced by 10%.

The Power Team 120 series pump is exactingly designed for heavy duty, extended cycle operation up to 400 Ton. Built in grit, the series 120 pump can start and operate under full load, even with voltage reduced 10%. An electrical shut-down feature prevents unintentional restarting of motor following an electrical service interruption. Internal relief valve limits pressure to 10,000 psi (700 bar) and an external relief valve is adjustable from 1,000 to 10,000 psi (70 to 700 bar). Pump prewired at factory with a 3 hp, 460 volt, 60 Hz (2,24 kW, 380 volt, 50 Hz), 3 Phase motor. Other electrical configurations are available. 24 volt control circuits on units with remote controls for added user/operator safety. 3 hp (2,24 kW) 3 phase motor with thermal overload protection. Motor starter and heater element supplied as standard equipment; with an intentionally designed metal shroud to keep dirt and moisture out of motor and electrical components. Pumps operate below maximum OSHA noise limitation.

With high tonnage double-acting cylinders, the Power Team 400 series offers both single or multiple cylinder applications. Two-speed high output pump delivers up to 5 gpm (16 liter/min) of oil, with a low noise level of 73-80 dBA. Integral electrical shut-down feature prevents unintentional restarting of motor following an electrical service interruption. Over-current protection prevents damage to motor as a result of overheating. “Stop” and “Start” control buttons are 24 volt. PE4004 has a 4-way/3-position manual valve. The PE4004S has a 4- way/3-position solenoid valve with a 24 volt remote hand switch. External pressure relief valve is adjustable from 1,500 to 10,000 psi (100 to 700 bar). Heavy duty 4" (50,8 mm) diameter casters assure easy maneuvering. 20 gallon (3,927 cu. in. usable) / 75,7 liter (62,8 liter usable) reservoir has a low oil level sight gauge. Powered by a dual voltage 10 hp (7,46 kW), 3 phase, 1,725 (1,437) rpm motor. 3 phase motor has all the electrical components necessary to operate the pump.The customer has no hidden charges when making purchase. Deliver 1,200 cu. in./min. (16 liter/min) of oil @ 200 psi (15 bar), 420 cu. in./min. (5,6 liter/min) of oil @ 10,000 psi (700 bar).

Power team synchronized lifting and lowering system, the MCS ( motion controller system ) series can be used in many hydraulic applications where load position is critical, requiring cylinder synchronization. Whether it is a bridge, a building or any kind of heavy load, with the SPX FLOW power team motion control system, lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling, tilting or positioning loads can be carried out automatically with a high degree of accuracy. The PLC-controlled system is a combination of digital actuation and digital control providing significant advantages such as time savings, repeatability, and extremely low internal stress in the object one is moving. The system also provides documentation for the movement performed.

Extremely durable yet lightweight and operable under low-line voltage conditions, the Power Team PE-NUT series pumps are constructed for challenging conditions. A 115V 5/8 hp (0,46 kW) universal electric motor (50/60 cycle), employing a two-stage pump for efficiency and designed for use with spring-returned remote tools. The PE-NUT series pumps also feature high-pressure safety relief valve, remote hand control with 10-foot (3,1 meter) cord, and a pressure matched quick-coupler supplied. The PE-NUT series uniquely utilizes intermittent duty, piston-type high-pressure pump supercharged by a low-pressure pump. CAUTION: DESIGNED FOR CRIMPING APPLICATION ONLY! This system should not be used for lifting.

Gasoline power ideal for remote locations.  A logical choice at work sites where electricity or compressed air are unavailable. For single or double-acting cylinders at operating pressures up to 10,000 psi.  All gasoline engine/hydraulic pumps feature Posi-Check® valve to guard against pressure loss when valve is shifted from “advance” to “hold.”

PG303 is for single-acting cylinders, has a 9520 valve with separate internal return line which allows oil from running pump to return to reservoir, independently of cylinder return oil, when valve is in “return” position.

A logical choice at work sites where electricity or compressed air are unavailable. For single or double-acting cylinders at operating pressures to 10,000 psi.

PG1200 Series pumps powered by a Honda 4-cycle, 5.5 hp engine with automatic decompression and electronic ignition. Deliver over 0.5 gallon (130 cu. in.) of oil per minute at 10,000 psi.

Heavy-duty “roll cage” provides pick-up points for lifting.  Horizontal bars on PG1203, PG1204 and PG1204S protect unit, provide hand holds for carrying.

Rubber anti-skid insulation on bottom of reservoir resists skidding and dampens vibration. PG1200M-4 and PG1200M-4D include a pump cart with 12” wheels.

The Power Team HB series is purposefully constructed to convert low-pressure portable hydraulic pumps or on-board hydraulic systems, into high pressure power sources. HB series applications include utilities, railroads, construction, riggers and others. This product operates single or double-acting cylinders, jacks, and tools such as crimpers, spreaders, cable cutters, or tire tools. Version for use with double-acting torque wrenches available. May be used to operate two separate, single-acting tools (with integral valves) independently, without need for additional manifold. Control valve included. Other Power Team valves available as an option to suit your specific application, if needed; consult factory. Compact and rugged for use inside a utility vehicle aerial bucket or stowing in a vehicle. No reservoir level to maintain; uses low pressure system as oil supply. Has 3⁄8" NPTF ports; compatible with standard fittings for low and high pressure systems.

Portable two-speed pump operated in any position (open or closed-center) providing pressures up to 10,000 psi for the operation of high-pressure tools.

Oil from an external source, such as a bucket truck or tractor, is intensified to 10,000 psi maximum. Low pressure from the source is bypassed through the booster for rapid ram advance.

These compact, lightweight boosters do not have reservoirs. The units can be operated in any position on either open- or closed-center (accumulator) hydraulic systems.

“Assemble to Order” means you can choose a basic pump with gas, air or electric motor. Then select the proper valve, gauge, pressure control, motor control and reservoir. You get a two-stage pump that gives high oil volume for fast cylinder approach (and return with double-acting cylinders) in the first stage and high pressure in the second stage.

1-1/8 HP Universal Motor.  These motors start under full load and are suitable for operation up to 5,000 or 10,000 psi. The motor is 1-1/8 hp, 12,000 rpm, 115 or 230VAC (specify), 50/60 cycle AC single-phase (25 amp draw at 115VAC). With proper valve they can be used with single or double-acting cylinders. NOTE: Remote control available.

1-1/2 HP Jet Motor, Single & Three-Phase.  Feature low noise level, moderate speed for long service and are ideal for fixed applications. Motor is 1-1/2 hp, 3,450 rpm, 115 or 230VAC, 50 or 60 cycle (specify), AC single-phase with thermal overload switch. Can be used with single or double-acting cylinders and equipped with remote control. Also available in 230/460VAC, three-phase (specify).  NOTE: These do not start under full load unless valve is in “neutral” (requires open or tandem center valve) and are not recommended for frequent starting and stopping.

3 HP Jet Motor, Three-Phase.  Gives low noise level and long life due to its moderate operating speed. Ideal for fixed installations. Consists of basic 10,000 psi pump, jet pump motor: 3 hp, 3,450 rpm, 230/460VAC, 60 or 50 cycle (specify). AC three-phase, with thermal overload switch. Equipped with internal and external relief valve. Will start under load.

or cannot be used. The 5,000 or 10,000 psi pump has a 3 hp air-driven motor at 3,000 rpm (optimum performance based on 80 psi air pressure and 50 cfm at the pump). You can drive single or double-acting cylinders with the correct valve.  NOTE: 80 psi air supply required to start under full load.

unavailable. It is capable of continuous operation at full pressure. Consists of basic 10,000 psi pump, 4-cycle Briggs & Stratton “Diamond Edge” gasoline engine, developing 6 hp. As with all these pumps, this unit can be valved for use with either single or double-acting cylinders.

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• Ideal all-around power sources for dozens of body, frame, and alignment applications. Can be used with a variety of rams, presses, and hydraulic pullers operating at up to 10,000 PSI at 100 PSI air.

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SPX Flow is a manufacturer and global distributor of hydraulic power and related industrial tools and equipment. Established as the Owatonna Power Tool (OTC) company at the start of the automotive age, SPX Flow first made hand tools to meet the growing needs of new car owners.

Now widely recognized for its iconic Power Team brand, SPX Flow is presently headquartered in Rockford, Illinois, USA. The company has since diversified its product portfolio and now serves other markets, including food and beverage, power generation, oil and gas, chemical processing, mining, and construction. Global sales are evenly distributed through the power and energy, food and beverage, and industrial markets.

SPX Flow now manufactures an expansive catalog of products that range from hydraulic pumps, inflatable jacks, clamping components, separators and heat exchangers, cylinders and valves, homogenizers, to hydraulic accessories. These products are marketed to a global clientele spanning 35 countries where the company has direct operations and another 150 where a network of partners form an extensive distribution network.

The SPX Flow company is now a diversified industrial equipment maker operating in many disparate markets. One of the markets in which the company has a firm stranglehold is the high-force hydraulic tools and equipment space where it’s brand, Power Team is one of the most dominant.

Power Team branded hydraulic tools and equipment are utilized for various industrial processes including bending, lifting, turning, pulling, lowering, pushing, and spreading. Let’s now look at the individual products in the company’s extensive catalog in more detail;

This product category features small and large hydraulic lifting tools and equipment such as jacks and cylinders. This includes locking collar, low profile, as well as high tonnage cylinders that can lift such heavy loads as bridges and buildings.

Jacks the company manufactures include bottle, toe, and inflatable jacks. Bottle or whiskey jacks are widely used in home and commercial vehicle garages for lifting and can either use hydraulic power or the screwing mechanism to lift objects, while inflated jacks are used for the same applications but instead use pumped air pressure for lift. Toe jacks, on the other hand, are specially designed for lifting low clearance loads and are especially useful for positioning heavy loads or equipment.

This is a heavy equipment jacking system that is used to lift especially heavy loads where cylinder synchronization is critical to ensure loads are positioned perfectly. This includes bridges running across shipping lanes where the bridge will be designed to be moved or lifted to allow passage for large cargo ships.

Using a combination of digital control and digital actuation, Power Team motion control systems can ensure loads like bridges, buildings, and special equipment are lifted, lowered, tilted, and positioned with inch perfect accuracy. This helps to eliminate internal stresses on loads that require precise positioning. Another benefit is that repetitive tasks can be carried out with same level of accuracy, which improves efficiency and saves time and resources.

These jacks are designed for the less specialized lifting, shifting, and positioning tasks. Both the 10 and 25 ton start-up kit includes different sized cylinders that meet different needs, a hydraulic pump, a complete coupler set, and a quart of hydraulic oil.

The 10 ton set also come in a moulded, highly durable storage case that’s designed to handle the toughest of conditions. The hydraulic pumps in both sets are general purpose, single and double acting models that are designed for low height operation.

The Power Team line of heavy duty jacks range from standard 2 -110 ton bottle jacks to 300 ton railroad and heavy equipment jacks on wheels, as well as special use jacks such as the 20 - 30 ton post tension/stressing jack. The J: 5.5 - 27.5T Toe Jack - Standard, with lifting points on both the toe and the top are ideal for truck lift, machine lift, and rigging applications.

These jacks are extremely rugged, which means they will last for a long time even when used in harsh conditions. There are also economy toe jack models with less rugged construction that are ideal for machine lifting and positioning in the J: 2-10T Toe Jack - Economy range. The swelling assembly feature on these jacks allows access to and operation of the jack from multiple positions.

The SJ: 20 - 30T Post Tension/Stressing Jack is extremely durable and is designed for use in environments where dirt, heat, and overuse are likely to put too much strain on the jack. Easy to repair, with hard wearing components, this jack features internal hydraulic fluid controls that make them safer to operate than other jack types. Because they are so lightweight and have a fast return time, the jacks are the most suitable for work on elevated and high rise work applications.

Another notable offering from the Power Team range of jacks is the Portable Railroad Jacks 100 Ton range that is specially designed for lifting rail cars safely and smoothly. An important safety feature on these jacks is remote operation where the operator can be a safe 6.1 meters away from the jack during operation. The large tires and small footprint allows the jack to be maneuvered into and used in very tight areas. The adjustable handle also means the jack can be positioned easily even when under load.

Perhaps the most remarkable lifting jack in the Power Team range is theIJ: 1 - 75 (US Ton) Inflatable Jack. This jack makes a mockery of lifting jobs where space is especially tight and where all other jacks and cylinders just wouldn’t fit. When uninflated this jack is an incredibly flat 25.4 mm thick. Made for a non conducting rubber that is reinforced with multi-layer aramid fibre, these jacks can lift loads of up to 75 tons (US).

To ensure the jack is super safe and never fails under load, the air hose, shut off, and controller are all equipped with an industrial grade interchange style quick disconnect air coupler. To help in positioning the jack on jobs where you have to slide it under the load to be lifted, the jacks have heavy handles to which you can attach a rope or hook.

Where you are using more than one inflatable jack, the inflation hoses are also color coded to remove risk of the wrong jack being deflated by mistake. Both the top and bottom of the jack spot an interlocking pattern that gives it skid resistance and also helps when trying to align two or more inflatable jacks used together. Using this jack allows you to then slide in and use other types of jacks that can give you a higher lift, which could otherwise not be usable due to space constraints.

This pump and cylinder set is designed for small operations that require hydraulic power for lifting, shifting, and positioning of low to medium weight loads. The set is a great way to start building up on your hydraulic lifting tools or as an addition to an existing tool chest.

Included in this cylinder and pump set are hydraulic pumps and cylinders of different sizes as well as a hose, a gauge, and gauge adapter. The Power Team cylinder and pump kits are some of the most comprehensive in the industry, coming in many different sizes to meet the varied needs of different user groups.

SPX Flow markets a range of different sized single and double acting cylinders ideal for load lifting and pulling, as well as pressing. The cylinders in the Power Team collection can handle loads weighing from 5 to 720 tons. Because of their different applications and special attributes, the different cylinders have key identifying features.

The RLS: 5 to 150T Low Profile Single Acting cylinder,which lifts loads between 5 and 150 tons is quite adept at lifting loads in very tight, confined spaces. The cylinder can be squeezed into spaces with clearances of 41.3 to 101.6mm. Because of the sometimes tough demands of cylinder use conditions, the cylinder’s body, pistons, and nut gland are specially treated to minimize corrosion and abrasion. They also utilize a swivel cap that’s designed to minimize cylinder damage from off-center loads.

Another cylinder targeted at a special group of users is the RA: 20 - 100T Aluminium Single Acting cylinder. Because aluminium is extremely resistant to electricity sparks, this cylinder is ideal for use in environments where there are risks of explosions. The aluminium body, also means the cylinder is hard wearing. The cylinder also benefits from an aluminium coated piston rod and bore, which guarantees superior corrosion resistance. However, the cylinder is only suitable for jacking applications, and not for production purposes.

The RH: 10-100T Single Acting Cylinder is designed for pulling and pressing applications. It features interchangeable piston head inserts,which allows use for different applications. It also has a specially treated stand pipe to ensure it does not corrode easily. The RH range that also include 12, 20, 30, and 60 ton models are built to withstand dead end loads.

For super heavy loads there are also specially designed cylinders, like the RC: 55-620T Pancake Single Acting cylinder. This cylinder’s ‘pancake’, compact shape allows it to be used on applications where working space is extremely limited. This cylinder has a special locking collar that supports it in situations where the load may have to remain lifted for extended periods of time. That also allows for the hydraulic pressure to be released while the load is still lifted.

The cylinder spots an integral tilt saddle that supports the cylinder and improves performance under side load. To prevent the piston from being stretched under load, the Pancake Single Acting cylinder uses a specially designed overflow port. To prevent abrasion and corrosion, the pancake cylinder and its piston are also coated with a protective finish.

Now there are industrial operations where your lifting and pulling requirements can’t be addressed by jacks and cylinders. This where you have to lift and suspend heavy loads and machine parts, such as heavy equipment assembly lines. For these you need light cranes, such as this Power Team mobile crane. Designed to be used within buildings, this crane has adjustable legs that you can spread to avoid obstacles while you move it.

The Power Team mobile crane can lift and move loads of up to 4400 pounds. Its rugged construction makes it highly adaptable to tough environments. The crane can also extend its reach thanks to a telescoping boom. It has a 2-speed hydraulic hand pump that helps to safely operate the boom and place loads. A steering dolly and roller wheels make up the steering apparatus. The mobile crane comes with a lifting chain.

SPX Tools offers a range of hydraulically powered bolting tools marketed under the Power Team brand. These bolting tools are in use in different industries including oil and gas, and manufacturing. The range includes wrenches, nut pullers, and flange pullers and spreaders. These tools are made in conformance to the highest quality standards, with up to three times more reliability than other similar technology.

The SPX torque wrench symbolizes the company’s commitment to making tools of the highest quality. The wrench has very high corrosion resistance and its compact nose radius allows it be used in very tight work areas where other wrenches just wouldn’t fit. That small design however does not have any effect on the wrench’s strength.

The wrench features a multi-directional manifold swivel that makes for ease of operation, while a long stroke and long flow guarantees fast operation. Safety wise, the wrench uses a fully enclosed drive mechanism and the swivel manifold spots a relief valve that prevents side retraction that causes over-pressurization. Added to the tool’s safety features is a fine tooth pawl that stops the tool from self locking.

For those applications where there is a greater need for a tight fit and where working space is also tight, SPX markets the TWSL Slimline Torque Wrench. This wrench’s special design perfectly fits the needs of the oil and gas industry where even the lightest of leaks can lead to major losses and safety risks. For a wrench with an even lower clearance that can bolt nuts in the tightest spaces is TWLC: Low Clearance Torque Wrench.

All these wrenches benefit from a rigid steel body construction that provides superior strength and corrosion resistance while the small nose also ensures ease of operation. The multi-swivel action gives the operator control over the pressure hose, while the fully enclosed drive mechanism will make operators feel secure and at ease. A similarly designed wrench, but with superior torsional strength, a more consistent torque output, and an even more compact frame size, is the  TWSD: Square Drive Torque Wrench.

Hydraulic torque wrenches are fabulous pieces of equipment and indispensable staples of any tool set precisely because they give you such a tight fit that guarantees safety to operators and consistent quality products coming off the production lines. But that tight fit can present challenges when it comes to repairing the equipment, especially when the nuts have rusted to due over exposure to moisture.

SPX Flow addresses that concern with a line of nut splitters that will remove the toughest of nuts. The HNS: 15 - 25 Ton Nut Splitter produces such incredible force that it can split 2H grade nuts. The nut splitter isn’t all brute force, though. A dial in feature allows the nut splitter to remove the nut without damaging the bolt itself. The tool features a ‘tool steel’ that bites the nut enough to split it while stopping just short of the bolt.

This nut splitter model features a cutter blade reputed to have 800% more chipping resistance over previous models. Its compact size is convenient for applications where there is minimal working space. Operation is easy by simply splitting the nut from one side. A half turn of the nut splitter will put it in position to make a corresponding cut from the opposite side, causing the nut to split in two.

A more refined design is the ENS: Nut Splitterthat has a rotating cylinder that enables the operator to adjust the cutting depth. It also features a built in safety relief valve that protects both the operator and the tool itself.

Just as nuts that can rust and become difficult to undo, flanges can also rust and make it very difficult to separate for workers doing repair and maintenance work. Flange spreaders, or separators, simplify this task, which in turn saves precious man hours on oil and gas fields and other industries where large pipes are employed. The SPX Flow range of flange spreaders are designed for use in the toughest environments where they guarantee years of safe use.

The SPX Flow catalog of flange separation tools includes the HFS: 5 - 10 Ton Pipe Flange Spreader as well as the SFP Subsea Flange Pullers.The subsea flange pullers are designed for use on submerged pipes like the ones common in the oil and gas industry. These flange pullers have a more compact design, a long, high strength rotative wire rope, and an anti slip finish to ensure you never lose the tool while working under water.

SPX Flow offers one of the largest catalogs of hydraulic pumps on the market. The Power Team branded pumps range from small 1-speed manual pumps ideal for small operations and the home market to industrial grade gasoline and electric powered pumps and intensifiers that generate enormous pressure.

A fairly new model is the battery and electric powered PB Series: Cordless Hydraulic Pump. With an oil capacity of 1.1 litres, the pump can generate 10,000 psi of pressure, which is enough to power high pressure tools for nut splitting, lifting, crimping, cutting, and bending. The pump is fairly light and compact, making it ideal for use in tight spaces and on remote job sites.

PE10: Electric Portable 2-Speed is the more powerful version with a permanent magnetic motor that can start under load and can be operated in any position. The pump also comes with a 12 volt hand and foot switch on the AC powered models as well as holes for base mounting where fixed installations are desired.

Without doubt some of SPX Flow’s most popular pumps are the 1 and 20-speed manual hand pumps. The pumps can be used to power many small hydraulic tools and are ideal for applications where there is minimal free travel. This range of hand pumps benefit from a simple yet ergonomic design, with features such as the angled fill port that spot an in-built relief valve system that prevents over pressurization of the reservoir caused by sudden back pressure.

The P: Manual 1-Speed and P: Manual 2-Speed all feature an all metal construction that make them  safe for use in welding operations. They have a convenient fill cap that makes it possible to do an oil refill from both vertical and horizontal positions. Ergonomically designed all metal handles reduce the flex that cause operator fatigue.

The P: Manual 2-Speed Lightweight, on the other hand, has a more usable oil volume that allows use with longer stroke or larger cylinders. It comes with a more comfortable non-slip handle grip that reduces operator fatigue. The reservoir, manifold, and end cap is a durable aluminium construction. The P: Manual 2-Speed D/A, while spotting a similar design, has a heavy duty formed metal handle with less flex and a large valve knob that gives it greater control when metering down loads more slowly.

SPX Flow also has a line of 1 and 2-speed air pumps that have proven to very popular especially in the auto body repair industry. These are fully serviceable pumps that are easy and cheap to repair. The pumps feature an air internal relief valve that protects internal components as well as an air inlet filter that cleans air before it is cycled in the pump, which protects the motor. Models in this range include PA6: Air - 1-Speed, PA60: Air 2-Speed, PA50: Air 1-Speed, and the PA46-55: Air 2-Speed.

Pumps in this range, like PQ120: Electric, provide extended cycle operation of up to 400 tons. This pump can be started and operated under full load, even with power reduced by as much as 10%. It has a rugged construction, with a metal shroud that shield the motor and other electrical components from dirt and moisture.

Remote control functionality gives operators greater safety and easier operation where working space is limited. Another security feature is an electrical shutdown mechanism that prevents accidental pump restarts after electrical power interruptions. The pump also produces significantly low noise, with measures that are under OSHA limits.

The PE400: Electric is a heavy duty option that, in addition to the features standard on the PQ120: Electric, comes with a 75.7 litre reservoir, a powerful 3 phase motor, adjustable external pressure relief valves, and heavy duty 4-inch diameter casters that guarantee easier maneuverability.

For remote crimping applications where there is no AC power and compressed air readily available, there is the convenient option of the Power Team range of gasoline powered pumps. These pumps, including the  PG120: Gasoline 2-Speed and the PG30/55: Gasoline has such features as a manual control valve, protective roll cage, and a high pressure safety relief valve.

As well as some assemble-to-order pumps, SPX Flow also markets a collection of pumps for special applications. The 1500 BAR Tensioner Pump is one such. The newly designed pump is made for easier operation and use with tensioning tools. A heavy duty power train provides reliable strength for repetitive and high cycle applications.

The 1500 BAR Tensioner Pump’s compact size and portability, low energy consumption, make it ideal for remote location applications. There is also the Compact Torque Wrench Pump that is specially designed for powering hydraulic torque wrenches.

The pumps in this range are designed to provide complimentary power for systems where the available pressure is short of the required levels. The pumps are designed to be powered with external oil systems. To protect the operators, these special pumps is fitted with a high pressure safety relief valve, while an ergonomic carry handle lends some welcome portability.

Another special purpose pump SPX Flow sells makes is the Power Pack Tensioner Pump - Air that is typically used to pressurize hydraulic nuts and bolt tensioners. The pump has a maximum working pressure of up to 15,000 bar and features a pneumatic regulator/filter/lubricator. With a polyethylene reservoir, the stainless steel carrying case protects the pump while making it easy to carry.

Shop hydraulic presses have many uses that include forcing rusted, stubborn components apart. But these require varying degrees of pressure and work settings. The SPX Flow company’s hydraulic press collection features both small and large presses to accommodate both small and large shop requirements.

The C Frame 25 Ton Press is one of the smaller ones in the range. The press has an open throat design that makes it easy to load work. The press can be mounted on a bench or on an optional pedestal base. Meanwhile, the cylinder head itself adjusts to three different working positions, all of which makes the press easy to use.

There are also H Frame presses with different capacities. The H Frame 10 Ton that gives a choice of using a hand pump, electric/hydraulic, or air/hydraulic pressure, and the H Frame Open Throat 25 Ton has a press bed that can be easily adjusted with a winch.

The others, like the H Frame 100 Ton, the High Tonnage 150-200 Ton, carry the same features but for the different capacities. A special press, which also has the highest capacity of 80 - 200 tons, spots a roll bed that rolls in and out on bearings to make loading heavy work easier. This is especially useful when handling large crane lifted objects. The press also makes easy work of often tough tasks like off-center pressing and heavy-duty straightening.

Completing the Power Team line of pressing tools is a range of hydraulically powered 5-25 Tons C-clamps. The clamps are offered in 5, 10, and 15 ton capacities and designed for use with single acting cylinders of similar capacities from the Power Team range. The clamps are ideal for pressing, clamping, and bending applications in the metal fabrication and metal welding industries. It is advised to use the clamps with swivel caps to minimize off center-loading risks.

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Robert Bosch GmbH (German:Bosch and stylized as BOSCH, is a German multinational engineering and technology company headquartered in Gerlingen, Germany. The company was founded by Robert Bosch in Stuttgart in 1886.Robert Bosch Stiftung, a charitable institution.

Bosch"s core operating areas are spread across four business sectors: mobility (hardware and software), consumer goods (including household appliances and power tools), industrial technology (including drive and control) and energy and building technology.

The company started in a backyard in Stuttgart-West as the Werkstätte für Feinmechanik und Elektrotechnik (Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering) on 15 November 1886.magneto for gas engines.

From 1897, Bosch started installing magneto ignition devices into automobiles and became a supplier of an ignition system. In 1902, the chief engineer at Bosch, Gottlob Honold, unveiled the high-voltage magneto ignition system with spark plug.

In 1901, Bosch opened its first factory in Stuttgart. In 1906, the company produced its 100,000th magneto. In the same year, Bosch introduced the eight-hour day for workers. In 1910, the Feuerbach plant was founded and built close to Stuttgart. In this factory, Bosch started to produce generators and headlights "Bosch-Light" in 1914. the system had been presented in 1913.

The onset of motorization in road traffic meant that the company grew very rapidly after 1900. While Bosch had a workforce of 45 in 1901, it had grown to more than 1,000 by 1908.

In 1917, Bosch was transformed into a corporation and remained so until 1937, when Robert Bosch became the sole owner again after buying back his shares. In the process, the company became a limited liability company (GmbH).

After the First World War, Bosch lost most of its international holdings, including its U.S. factories. The company had to largely rebuild its international activities. This included opening up further South American and Asian regions. In 1922, for example, Illies & Company established a sales office for Bosch goods in Calcutta, India. In the years that followed, Bosch concluded contracts in Asia with sales partners in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and what is now Indonesia, for example, and on the American continents with partners in Mexico, Peru, Colombia, and Ecuador.

In the 1920s, Bosch expanded its product range to include numerous automotive technology products that were required for cars in everyday use: electric horn (1921), windshield wipers (1926), and direction indicators ("trafficator", 1927).

And in 1927, Bosch launched injection pumps for diesel. Bosch bought the gas appliances production from Junkers & Co. in 1932, as a part of a diversification strategy. In 1932, the company developed its first electric drill and presented its first car radio. In 1933, Bosch presented its first electric refrigerator for private households.

The year 1933 marked the beginning of the darkest chapter in Bosch"s corporate history. On the one hand, the company was systemically relevant as a motor vehicle supplier during the Nazi era, and the management behaved loyally toward the regime. On the other hand, with Robert Bosch"s support, the company supported oppositional and anti-regime activities with the utmost secrecy.

In late 1933 negotiations between Robert Bosch AG and the Nazi Party began on relocating parts of armaments production to Germany"s interior. Bosch founded two such alternative plants in 1935 and 1937: Dreilinden Maschinenbau GmbH in Kleinmachnow near Berlin and Elektro- und Feinmechanische Industrie GmbH (later Trillke-Werke GmbH) in Hildesheim. Both plants were used exclusively for armaments production. These "shadow factories" were built under great secrecy and in close cooperation with the Nazi authorities.GmbH).

The Bosch subsidiary Dreilinden Maschinenbau GmbH (DLMG) in Kleinmachnow employed around 5,000 people, more than half of whom were forced laborers, prisoners of war, and female concentration camp prisoners, including many women from the Warsaw Uprising.Luftwaffe aircraft. In Hildesheim, a secret plant for the entire electrical equipment of tanks, tractors, and trucks of the Wehrmacht was built. In 1944, 4,290 men and women worked in the Trillke factory, 2,019 of whom were forced laborers, prisoners of war and military internees.Second World War, there were at least 3000 workers at the mechanics division at the Bosch Hildesheim plant, almost all of them from nearby occupied countries; there are only 200 recorded German workers.

In the last years of the war, no new German tank ever drove without the starter elements from the Bosch factory in Hildesheim. Bosch also had a monopoly position in the outfitting of German Luftwaffe aircraft.

During the war, production was further decentralized, Bosch produced in an ever larger number of factories, and relocated parts of its production to 213 plants in more than 100 locations.

In 2001, Bosch acquired the Mannesmann Rexroth AG, which they later renamed to Arjeplog in north Sweden. A new developing center in Abstatt, Germany followed in 2004.

In 2002, Bosch acquired Philips CSI, which at the time was manufacturing a broad range of professional communication and security products and systems including CCTV, congress and public address systems.

In the 2000"s the company were responsible for inventing the electric hydraulic brake, the common rail fuel injection with piezo-injectors, the digital car radio with a disc drive, and the cordless screwdriver with a lithium-ion battery in 2003.

Bosch received the Deutsche Zukunftspreis (German Future Prize) from the German president in 2005 and 2008. A new development center was planned in 2008 in Renningen. In 2014, the first departments moved to the new center, while the remaining departments followed in 2015.

In 2009, Bosch invested about 3.6 billion Euro in development and research. Approximately 3900 patents are published per year. In addition to increasing energy efficiency by employing renewable energies, the company plans to invest into new areas such as biomedical engineering.

China is a both a market and a manufacturing location for Bosch. In 2012, Bosch had 34,000 employees and a revenue of 41.7 billion Yuan (about 5 billion Euro) in China.

In 2006, Volkswagen executives asked Bosch for help in developing software for their emission defeat devices. Volkswagen is one of Bosch"s biggest customers. Volkswagen engineers provided detailed specifications to Bosch, which wrote the necessary code. Bosch was apparently concerned about the legality of software and asked Volkswagen to assume responsibility if the fraud was discovered, but Volkswagen refused.

Starting in 2008, Bosch supplied approximately 17 million motor control and mixture control devices containing illegal software to various manufacturers both domestically and globally. With such software, the automobiles fitted with Bosch"s devices emitted more nitrogen oxides than allowed under regulations.

On 1 February 2017, Bosch agreed to pay consumers in the United States $327.5 million as compensation for its role in devising the software.3.0 L V6 diesel engine used in 100,000 model year 2014–2016 Grand Cherokee SUVs and Ram Trucks and agreed to pay affected consumers $27.5 million as part of a broader settlement in January 2019.Dieselgate scandal.

In 2020, Bosch funded the creation of a 20-page report entitled Decarbonising Road Transport: There Is No Silver Bullet, which was widely debunked for promoting misleading information about the CO2 emissions created in the manufacture of electric vehicles,

The report compared the emissions created in the production of the all-electric Polestar 2 car, which it claimed would emit 24 tonnes of CO2 over its life, with a petrol-powered Volvo XC40, which the report claimed would create 14 tonnes of CO2. Based on the comparison of these two cars alone the study promoted by Clarendon Communications claimed that all electric vehicles would need to drive 50,000 miles (80,000 km) in order to offset the emissions from manufacture

While Bosch was a key funder of the report, the scandal became known as Astongate given the relationship between British automotive manufacturer, Aston Martin and Clarendon Communications, a shell company posing as a PR agency which set up to promote the report, and which was registered to James Michael Stephens – the Director Global Government & Corporate Affairs at Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd.

In January 2021, Volkswagen filed a $1.2 billion class-action against Bosch and Continental AG in the United States after VW was forced to reduce production due to a lack of automotive microchips.

In June 2021, Bosch christened its newly built semiconductor manufacturing plant in which it invested $1.2 billion, its largest-ever spending on a single project.

in April 2022, Bosch announced it had acquired the Dresden-based MEMS micro speaker producer, Arioso Systems. The company will form part of Bosch Sensortec GmbH.

In July 2022, Bosch said the company is looking to invest approximately 3 billion euros into its semiconductor chip production and R&D over the next four years. They will be opening two new facilities for manufacturing a computer chip development in the cities of Dresden and Reutlingen. Chairman Stefan Hartung said the company is not interested in building cutting-edge semiconductor facilities but focuses on 40 and 200-nanometer chips used in the automotive industry.

The Mobility Solutions business sector accounts for 60 percent of total sales in 2019.powertrain peripherals for internal-combustion engines, powertrain electrification, steering systems, safety and driver-assistance systems, infotainment technology as well as vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication, repair-shop concepts, and technology and services for the automotive aftermarket.

Particular strategic priorities for the sector include transforming the powertrain and expanding the business in the areas of electrification, automated driving, new electrical and electronic architectures for vehicles, accessing adjacent market segments, and developing additional services.

The new Powertrain Solutions division was formed effective 1 January 2018, in order to develop powertrain technology products, regardless of the energy source. The new division resulted from the merger of the former Gasoline Systems and Diesel Systems divisions. It offers products for powertrain technology, from gasoline and diesel direct injection to electrified powertrains with battery systems and, in the future, it will offer fuel-cell technologies as well.

In the 2019 business year, the Industrial Technology business sector generated roughly 10 percent of total Bosch Group sales.Drive and Control Technology division, whose products include customized drive, control, and linear motion for factory automation, plant construction and engineering, and mobile machinery.

The second division, Packaging Technology, provides process and packaging for the pharmaceuticals and foodstuffs industries. Its range includes stand-alone machines, systems, and service. In 2018, Bosch decided to look for a new owner for this business. Bosch"s in-house provider of assembly systems, Robert Bosch Manufacturing Solutions GmbH, Stuttgart, remains part of the Bosch Group; up to now, it has been part of the Packaging Technology division.

In addition, the Bosch Connected Industry business unit, which develops software and carries out Industry 4.0 projects for internal and external customers, has been part of the Industrial Technology business sector since the start of 2018.

The Consumer Goods business sector contributed some 23 percent of total Bosch Group sales in 2019.hammer drills, cordless screwdrivers, and jigsaws, its products also include gardening equipment such as lawnmowers, hedge trimmers, and high-pressure cleaners. One of the division"s focal points is convenient, high-performance cordless tools, and increasingly also web-enabled tools and services.

The Consumer Goods business sector also includes BSH Hausgeräte GmbH, which offers a broad range of modern, energy-efficient, and increasingly connected household appliances. Its products range from washing machines and tumble dryers through refrigerators and freezers, stoves and ovens, and dishwashers, to small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, coffee makers, and food processors.

The Thermotechnology division offers systems for air conditioning, hot water, and decentralized energy management. It provides heating systems and energy management for residential buildings, water heaters, and commercial and industrial heating and air-conditioning systems.

The Bosch Global Service Solutions division offers outsourcing for business processes and services, primarily for customers in the automotive, travel, and logistics industries and in information and communications technology. Within Bosch, it also provides shared-service functions.

Bosch Healthcare Solutions GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH. The subsidiary was established in 2015. The business offers products and services in the area of healthcare and medical technology.coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic in under three hours. According to Bosch, the test can be performed directly at the point of care, eliminating the need to transport samples.

Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH (Rbvc, also known as Bosch Ventures) is the corporate venture capital company of the Bosch Group. RBVC invests worldwide in innovative start-up companies. Its investment activities focus on technology companies working in areas of business of current and future relevance for Bosch, above all, automation and electrification, energy efficiency, enabling technologies, and healthcare systems. RBVC also invests in services and business models as well as new materials that are relevant to the above-mentioned areas of business.

Through a complex network of over 440 subsidiaries and regional entities, the company operates in over 60 countries worldwide. Including sales and service partners, Bosch"s global manufacturing, engineering, and sales network covers nearly every country in the world. At 125 locations across the globe, Bosch employs roughly 64,500 associates in research and development.

In the UK, Bosch has its corporate head office in Denham, Buckinghamshire, and employs circa. 5200 associates. There are also around 40 other Bosch Group locations throughout the country, including Coventry, Glenrothes, St Neots, Stockport, Stowmarket, Liverpool, Milton Keynes, Worcester and York.

Alongside sales and support functions for all Bosch business sectors in the region, the company also manufactures boiler systems, mobile hydraulics, packaging machinery alongside lawn and garden products in the UK.

In March 2019, Bosch opened its London Connectory, a Shoreditch-based "co-innovation space" open to partners from the public, private and academic sectors, from start-ups to multinational organisations.

In North America, Robert Bosch LLC (a wholly owned Bosch subsidiary) has corporate headquarters in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Three Research Technology Centers are located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Sunnyvale, California, and Cambridge, Massachusetts.Mt. Prospect, Illinois; Hoffman Estates, Illinois; Broadview, Illinois; Kentwood, Michigan; Warren, Michigan; Owatonna, Minnesota; Waltham, Massachusetts; Clarksville, Tennessee; Anderson, South Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina; New Bern, North Carolina; and 11 other cities. There are also two corporate sites in Brazil and ten in Mexico where a central purchasing office for all divisions of Bosch Group is located in Broadview, Illinois. In North America, Bosch employs about 24,750 people in 80 locations, generating $8.8 billion in sales in 2006.

In May 2015, Bosch Security Systems opened its newly constructed distribution center in Greer, South Carolina. The distribution center adds more than 50 new associates in the state and will receive, store and ship more than 50,000 different products for video surveillance, intrusion and fire detection, access control and management systems and professional audio and conference systems.

Bosch entered India in 1922, when Illies & Company set up a sales office in Calcutta. For three decades, the company operated in the Indian market only through imports. In 1951, the Motor Industries Company Ltd. (MICO) was founded, with Bosch instantly buying 49% of its stock. MICO became the sole distributor and, after the Indian state implemented restrictive import regulations, a factory was set up at Adugodi, Bangalore in 1953, to manufacture various products with Bosch licensing. From this point onward, vocational training took place as well, culminating in the creation of a Vocational Centre in 1960. By 1961, 2,000 people worked at the Bangalore plant, which had already started export business, and 57.5% of MICO shares had been bought by Bosch. This was followed by increased investments into MICO plants in India in the late 1960s and early 1970s; a second plant was installed in Nasik in 1969–1971, a third in Naganathapura in 1988. In the late 1980s, the second-largest contingent of Bosch employees outside of Germany was based in India until eventually, in 2008, MICO was renamed Bosch Limited.

Bosch India has a turnover of over US$3 billion and over 31,000 employees spread across 10 locations and 7 application development centers. 84% of Bosch India revenues come from its automotive business, with the remaining 16% split between its non-automotive businesses that include packaging, energy and building, power tools and consumer retail.Pune, Hyderabad, Coimbatore and Bangalore, India. This is Bosch"s largest R & D operation outside its home market of Germany.eye-care solution in India. The company"s new eye screening and detection system offers a combination of hardware and software and provides affordable eye care.

In 2022, Bosch"s engineering and software arm Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions (abbreviated as RBEI), changed its name to Bosch Global Software Technologies.

BSH Hausgeräte GmbH, in which Bosch acquired all shares in 2014, is one of the world"s top three companies in the household a