Afin d'accompagner son développement, ACIM HYDRO vient d'intégrer de nouveaux locaux situés sur la nouvelle zone Novaciéries au 1 rue des VAB 42400 SAINT-CHAMOND. Vos interlocuteurs ainsi que nos coordonnées téléphoniques restent inchangées. L'atelier de 1600m2 va permettre à Acim l'agrandissement de son parc machines. Acim Hydro est désormais prête à vous recevoir au sein de cette nouvelle usine.Read more
Our vocation, study, design and
produce hydraulic solutions
The vocation of Acim Hydro is to be able to offer you tailor-made solutions for all of your hydraulic projects. Our know-how and machining capabilities enable us to meet specific needs, such as:
- very high pressure (>3000 bar);
- High frequency of use;
- bores from Ø35mm to Ø1000mm;
- Strokes up to 10.000mm ;
- Extreme temperatures (-40°C / 200°C)
- in all fields of application ;
Acim hydro & Hps international
Since 2019, Acim Hydro belongs to the HPS International Group.
For more information, visit HPS International.
Who are we ?
ACIM Hydro has developed and refined its expertise in the field of hydraulics and has set itself the goal of providing quality products and services. A great knowledge of hydraulic systems and a solid experience in the manufacture of cylinders, make Acim Hydro the ideal partner for your projects.Find out more Our profession
- Our expertise
- Design and Calculate
- Diagnose and Repair
On the water dams, the gate cylinders are often installed at a submerged level.
To manufacture special materials, such as ceramic bricks for aerospace, the company has made cylinders taking the materials into an oven at 830°C.
For the steel industry in China, we have built cylinders to polish and unrust stainless steel sheets under sulphuric acid baths.
In wine production, chemical, pharmaceutical and food production, the movement of production machines is controlled by cylinders using specific fluids (e.g. FDA approved, …), ensuring the integrity of the product in the event of a leak and constructed in materials resistant to oxidation.
To move sediments and rocks, cylinders must withstand wear due to abrasion by silica particles contained in the rock