The PV7 series vane pumps are designed with a simple yet robust construction.
They consist of a housing, rotor, vanes, and endplates. The housing is typically made of high-quality materials, ensuring long-lasting performance even in demanding conditions.
Size and Displacement:
The PV7 series offers a range of sizes with different displacement capacities. The numerical value in the series name (e.g., PV7 10, PV7 16, etc.) corresponds to the displacement of the pump in cubic centimeters per revolution. This wide range of options allows for precise matching of the pump to specific application requirements.
The PV7 vane pumps are designed to handle a wide range of operating pressures. They can typically operate at pressures up to 210 bar (approximately 3,000 psi), making them suitable for various hydraulic systems.
The flow rate of the PV7 series varies depending on the pump's size and speed. These pumps are capable of delivering a consistent and smooth flow of hydraulic fluid, making them ideal for applications requiring steady and controlled motion.
One of the key advantages of the PV7 series is its high efficiency.
These vane pumps are designed to minimize energy consumption and heat generation. This not only saves energy but also helps maintain the system's temperature within an acceptable range.
The Rexroth PV7 vane pumps can operate in a broad temperature range, making them suitable for both hot and cold environments. The robust construction and choice of materials ensure reliable performance under extreme temperature conditions.
PV7 series pumps offer multiple mounting options, including flange and foot mounting, providing flexibility in installation and integration into various hydraulic systems.
Hydraulic Fluid Compatibility:
These vane pumps are compatible with a wide range of hydraulic fluids, including mineral oils, phosphate esters, and biodegradable hydraulic fluids. This versatility makes them adaptable to a variety of applications and industries.
The PV7 vane pumps are designed to operate quietly, reducing noise levels in industrial environments. This is particularly important in applications where noise reduction is a priority.