The KVC Series Piston Pump is a variable displacement, axial piston pump.
It operates on the swashplate principle, which means that the angle of the swashplate controls the pump's displacement, thus regulating the flow of hydraulic fluid.
This series of piston pumps typically comes in various displacement options, ranging from a few cubic centimeters per revolution (cc/rev) to larger displacements suitable for heavy-duty applications. The specific displacement range can vary based on the model.
KVC Series Piston Pumps are designed to handle a wide range of hydraulic pressures. These pumps can operate at pressures exceeding 5000 psi (approximately 345 bar), making them suitable for high-pressure hydraulic systems.
The flow rate of these pumps is directly proportional to the displacement and speed of the swashplate. By adjusting the swashplate angle or changing the input speed, the flow rate can be controlled to meet the system's requirements.
These pumps are typically constructed with high-quality materials such as cast iron and steel, ensuring durability and resistance to wear and tear. The use of robust materials enhances the pump's longevity in demanding industrial settings.
KVC Series Piston Pumps are equipped with various control mechanisms to regulate the displacement and, consequently, the flow rate.
Common control methods include manual control, hydraulic control, and electro-hydraulic control, allowing for precise adjustment.
These pumps can be mounted in various configurations, including flange and foot-mounted options. The choice of mounting depends on the specific requirements and spatial constraints of the hydraulic system.
Effective sealing is crucial for preventing hydraulic fluid leakage and maintaining system efficiency. The KVC Series Piston Pump is equipped with high-quality seals and gaskets to ensure a tight and reliable seal, even at high pressures.
Depending on the application, these pumps may have different shaft options, including splined, keyed, or tapered shafts, which can be customized to suit the system's needs.
Noise and Vibration Dampening:
To reduce noise and vibration in hydraulic systems, these pumps often incorporate design features such as cushion plates and advanced engineering techniques that minimize operational disturbances.