The beginnings of use of the hydraulic cylinder can be traced back the French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal who introduced the principle of the hydraulic jack back in the 17th century – which is now known as Pascal’s Principle or Pascal’s Law. In 1795, the British engineer Joseph Bramah obtained a patent for the first hydraulic press. The operation of the hydraulic cylinders was tied to water, and in winter, the hydraulic cylinders were filled with whale oil or whiskey. (the famous hydraulic cylinder called the Whisky Jack).
The quality of our PREALPI PRL hydraulic cylinders is based on our long experience, exchange of opinions, and constant development and updating of our work processes. In addition to the manufacture of new hydraulic cylinders, we also offer the renovation of all types of hydraulic cylinders. Our primary focus is high quality, flexibility, safety, and competitive prices.