I have an application where I want to use a hydraulic motor to slowly turn a shaft forward until the clutch on the end of the shaft engages, and the hydraulic motor will then stall out. The torque to turn the shaft is only a couple of lb-ft. The available oil is about 20 psi. We don't need the motor to turn very fast....it's only for pre-engaging our clutch, not for achieving breakaway.
Anyone know where I can find a hydraulic motor that will turn (slowly..?) with only 20 psi inlet pressure?
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