Variable Displacement: The PVH Series pumps feature a variable displacement design, allowing for on-the-fly adjustment of the output flow rate to meet varying system demands.
This is achieved by changing the swashplate angle, providing precise control and energy efficiency.
High Efficiency: These pumps are designed for maximum efficiency, ensuring minimal energy wastage and reduced operating costs. The advanced design minimizes heat generation, improving overall system performance.
Compact Design: PVH Series pumps have a compact and lightweight design, making them suitable for applications where space is limited. Their robust construction ensures durability in demanding environments.
Quiet Operation: These pumps are engineered for low noise emissions, ensuring a quieter and more comfortable working environment. This is especially important in applications where noise pollution is a concern.
Versatility: PVH pumps are versatile and can be used in a variety of hydraulic systems, including industrial, mobile, and marine applications. They are suitable for a wide range of hydraulic fluids, including mineral oils, synthetic oils, and more.
Displacement Range: The PVH Series offers a displacement range from 16 cc/rev to 269 cc/rev, allowing for customization based on specific application requirements.
Operating Pressure: These pumps are capable of operating under high pressure conditions, typically up to 400 bar (5800 psi). This ensures that they can handle demanding tasks in various industries.
Speed Range: The speed range of PVH Series pumps varies depending on the specific model but typically falls within 1800 to 2800 RPM. The choice of model should be made based on the desired flow rate and pressure.
Mounting Options: PVH pumps are available in a variety of mounting options, including SAE flange, European flange, and ISO standard, making them adaptable to different systems.
Control Options: These pumps can be equipped with various control options, including manual, hydraulic, and electrical controls, allowing for precise adjustment of the swashplate angle and, therefore, the flow rate.