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MILITARY EQUIPMENT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM SOLUTIONS 

MISSION SUCCESS, SAFETY AND SURVIVABILITY
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SAFETY & SURVIVABILITY FROM ENEMY THREAT DAMAGE TO CRANE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM COMPONENTS

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UNPARALLELLED LAUNCHER STABILIZATION & STRENGTH

Currently in use in Advanced Missile System Launchers to provide superior stability and reliability for missile launcher carriers.

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MILITARY QUALITY EXPERTISE

Put Our Exacting Standards in Critical Parts Design and Manufacture to Work for You

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CUSTOMIZED MANUFACTURING & HIGH PRECISION MACHINING

Over 50 Years of Machining What Others Would Not Attempt

Mission Success, Safety and Survivability for Military Engineering System Hydraulics

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We customize our patented Bear-Loc® to meet your locking needs from small to very large. BEAR-LOC® has a unique patented design based on the principle of elastic expansion of metal under pressure.

No other locking device combines

☑ fail-safe reliability

☑ infinite position and bidirectional locking

☑ zero backlash

☑ high system stiffness

☑ Easy to use

☑ Maintains locking integrity and position even when struck/degraded by enemy threats

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If you're looking for a safe, reliable locking feature for your hydraulic components, look no further than Bear-Loc®. These innovative locking devices have earned the trust of companies around the world because of their innovative design, ease of use, and — most of all — their failsafe performance. Bear-Loc® locks instantly when hydraulic pressure is removed, whether on purpose or accidentally. Bear-Loc® also features high system stiffness, zero-backlash, and infinite position locking. Bear-Loc® is the ideal solution whenever you need safety and performance.

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Don't Just Take Our Word For It

A Call to Action For Mission Success by Preparing Engineering Equipment Hydraulics with Solutions for Safety and System Preservation in Threat Environments: The Battle of Sadr City

“Snipers would also shoot at the crane cable or the lone soldier that was forced to climb a ladder to unhook each concrete wall."

“But there are also a number of urban warfare lessons that were learned (and in many cases re-learned) that need to be captured for consideration in future urban combat operations.” 

“Cranes were required to get T-walls off trucks and soldiers had to scale ladders to unhook them from the cranes. A closer examination is warranted, with the aim of enhancing the construction, transportation, and emplacement of barriers and walls.”

-Modern Warfare Institute, US Military Academy, West Point, New York.

Contact YorkPMH for Solutions to Meet Your Needs

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