Micron Eagle



Your Fluid Power Provider
Because we Care


Whether it’s an open or closed loop pump, motor, or valve, our state of the art test facilities certify that all hydraulic components that leave our facility are set to original manufacturers’ published specifications, and in a simulated working condition for the setting of automotive, constant horsepower, and electro-hydraulic control systems.  This gives our customers the assurance that their unit, when installed, will perform like it is suppose to.
Our custom built and designed 500 horsepower test facility is capable of varying test speeds up to 2,000 RPM, along with analyzing multi ports simultaneously at loads up to 6,000 PSI.

Our test facility gives us the ability to verify one or more of the following for you pump, motor, and valves:

  • Case Drain Flow
  • Case Drain Pressure
  • Case Drain Tempurature
  • Flow at Ports
  • Holding Amps
  • Holding Watts
  • Inlet Vacuum Pressure
  • Inrush Amps
  • Leak Free
  • Max Continuous Current
  • Max Flow Ratings
  • Max Load Impendence
  • Max Pressure Level
  • Max Pressure Ratings
  • Max RPM Level
  • Max Switching Frequency
  • Max Venting Pressure
  • Max Volum Control
  • Min Venting Pressure
  • Min Controllable Flows
  • Min Flow Ratings
  • Min Pressure Ratings
  • Pressures at Ports
  • Pressure Changes
  • Pressure Drops
  • Pressure Versus Current
  • Pressure Versus Flow
  • Resistance
  • Response Times
  • RPM's
  • RPM Versus Flow
  • Solenoid Coil Rating
  • Spool Arrangement
  • Temp at Ports
  • Vent Pressure Versus Flow
Why Test
Testing your rebuilt hydraulic components just makes sense. Why risk thousands of dollars on a repair, just to find out that the component is off specification which can lead to more downtime, or even worse, a catastrophic failure.
Confirming your rebuilt component is at specifications ensures that your system will operate efficiently, and with minimum wear and tear.
  • Flow and pressure are a key function of the case drain feature where testing will confirm that these two parameters are within an acceptable level which will assist in maintaining a safe temperature for all components of the pump.
  • Testing confirms that pressure levels are within the acceptable designed range aids in keeping wear and tear down.
  • Testing ensures revolutions per minute (RPM) rates are within specified limits, preventing any potential permanent damage to the system.
  • Testing confirms internal spacing and stops that define performance specifications.