Hydraulic motor is a device whose operation is the reverse of a hydraulic pump. It converts the kinetic energy or possibly the potential energy of the fluid into mechanical energy. More precisely, after creating high pressure, it converts it into mechanical force during rotation. Hydraulic motors have construction elements similar to hydraulic pumps. They are constructed in such a way that they can act as power devices, which means that they can build up pressure regardless of the direction of the drive shaft.