LSHT motors generally come in three basic constructions: gear, piston, or vane.
Most axial piston motors are HSLT, however, there are some manufacturers who make LSHT versions.
Just like axial-piston motors, the majority of vane-type motors are HSLT; however, there are some LSHT motors with maximum speeds of up to 300 rpm.
In general, all have improved in all of these areas since the introduction of the LSHT motor in 1956.
As far as popular usage, many professionals in the industry are seeing the need for higher pressure capacity LSHT motors.
CA motors--the smallest of the company's signature line of LSHT radial piston hydraulic motors, the motors incorporate a stationary housing with a rotating hollow shaft that is connected to the shaft of the driven machine with either an integral mechanical shrink disc or via splines.
CB motors--a similar, but larger range of LSHT radial piston motors, the CB model covers a displacement range from 920 cu.
Marathon motors--a range of LSHT radial piston units, the Marathon motors incorporate a stationary housing and a rotating hollow shaft which is connected to the shaft of the driven machine with either an integral mechanical shrink disc or via splines.
Hydrex motors--Hagglunds purchased this line of LSHT motors from Flender in 2001.