Vane Pump Technology: The V10 and V20 pumps are classified as fixed displacement, balanced type hydraulic vane pumps.
They operate based on the principle of vanes within a rotor housing, which generate a positive displacement of hydraulic fluid, making them ideal for a wide range of applications.
Size Range: These pumps are available in various sizes and displacements, allowing for flexibility in hydraulic system design. The specific model chosen depends on the flow rate and pressure requirements of the application.
Pressure Ratings: The V10 series typically operates at pressures up to 175 bar (2500 psi), while the V20 series can handle higher pressure applications, often up to 207 bar (3000 psi). This range of pressure ratings makes them suitable for both low and high-pressure hydraulic systems.
Flow Rate: Flow rates for the V10 and V20 series pumps can vary significantly based on the model. They typically range from 5 to 141 liters per minute (1.3 to 37 gallons per minute), which means they can accommodate a broad spectrum of flow requirements.
Material Construction: These pumps are constructed using high-quality materials, including cast iron for the housing and various metals for the vanes and other components. This ensures durability and longevity, even in demanding industrial environments.
Sealing Options: The pumps can be equipped with different types of seals, such as lip seals or mechanical seals, depending on the specific application and the fluid being pumped. This flexibility ensures compatibility with various hydraulic fluids and system requirements.
Temperature Range: The V10 and V20 pumps are designed to operate within a wide temperature range, typically from -40°C to 100°C (-40°F to 212°F).
This makes them suitable for use in extreme environmental conditions.
Mounting Options: These pumps are versatile and can be mounted in various orientations, providing further flexibility in system design. Common mounting options include flange, foot, or bracket mounting.
Noise Level: The vane design of these pumps generally results in lower noise levels compared to some other types of hydraulic pumps. This can be particularly advantageous in applications where noise reduction is essential.
Efficiency: Hydraulic vane pumps, including the V10 and V20 series, are known for their high volumetric efficiency. This means they are capable of delivering a consistent flow rate with minimal energy loss, which can result in energy savings over the long term.
Maintenance: Vane pumps are relatively simple in design, which makes maintenance and repair straightforward. Replacement of vanes and seals is typically uncomplicated and can be done in the field.