The hydraulic gear pump with various displacements, including 32 cc, 40 cc, 50 cc, 63 cc, 80 cc, and 100 cc, is designed to cater to diverse hydraulic system requirements.
These pumps come in both single and double configurations and can handle a range of operating pressures, typically up to 250 bar (3625 PSI), depending on the specific model and application needs.
Displacement Options: The various displacement options (32, 40, 50, 63, 80, and 100 cc) allow for precise customization of the hydraulic system's flow rate, accommodating different power and performance requirements.
Efficiency: Hydraulic gear pumps are known for their high volumetric efficiency, as they provide consistent flow rates and minimal pulsations, making them suitable for applications requiring precision and stability.
Compact Design: These pumps are compact and lightweight, making them suitable for installations in tight spaces or on mobile equipment where space is limited.
Durable Construction: They are typically constructed from high-quality materials, such as cast iron or aluminum, ensuring long-lasting performance in demanding environments. The durability of these pumps minimizes maintenance requirements and downtime.
Low Noise: Hydraulic gear pumps are designed to operate quietly, reducing noise pollution in industrial and mobile settings.
This is particularly important in environments where noise control is a priority.
Bi-Directional Operation: These pumps can operate in both directions, allowing for versatile application in hydraulic systems where reversing flow is necessary.
Reliability: With fewer moving parts and a simple design, hydraulic gear pumps offer high reliability and minimal downtime, which is essential for critical applications.
Wide Range of Viscosities: These pumps can handle a wide range of hydraulic fluids, including oils with different viscosities, ensuring flexibility in fluid selection to meet specific application needs.
Temperature Tolerance: Hydraulic gear pumps are engineered to withstand a broad temperature range, making them suitable for operation in extreme hot or cold conditions.