Model: 5B2 57100CLA
Type: Hydraulic Gear Pump
Flow Rate: The flow rate of this pump is determined by the size of the gears and the speed at which they rotate.
It typically ranges from 5 to 100 cubic centimeters per revolution (cc/rev).
Pressure Rating: The 5B2 57100CLA pump is designed to operate at varying pressure levels, with typical ratings ranging from 2000 to 3000 pounds per square inch (psi).
Materials: These pumps are constructed from high-quality materials such as cast iron or aluminum, ensuring durability and resistance to corrosion.
Mounting: The pump can be mounted in different configurations, including direct mount and remote mount, depending on the specific hydraulic system requirements.
Gear Design: The 5B2 57100CLA pump features a pair of interlocking gears that rotate in opposite directions. These gears mesh together to create a sealed chamber, allowing the pump to effectively draw in hydraulic fluid and then discharge it under pressure. The gear design is known for its efficiency and reliability.
Compact Size: This hydraulic gear pump is known for its compact and space-saving design, making it suitable for installation in various equipment with limited space.
High Efficiency: Thanks to the precise gear machining and tight tolerances, the 5B2 57100CLA pump operates with high efficiency, minimizing energy loss and ensuring optimal performance.
Versatility: Hydraulic gear pumps like the 5B2 57100CLA are versatile and capable of handling a wide range of hydraulic fluids, making them suitable for different applications and industries.
Low Noise Levels: The design of the gear pump, with its smooth gear meshing, results in relatively low noise levels during operation, contributing to a quieter working environment.
Reliability: These pumps are known for their reliability and long service life, provided they are properly maintained and operated within their specified parameters.
The primary function of the 5B2 57100CLA hydraulic gear pump is to transform mechanical energy (typically provided by an electric motor or an internal combustion engine) into hydraulic energy. Here's how it works:
Fluid Intake: As the gears rotate, they create a vacuum on one side, drawing hydraulic fluid from the reservoir or hydraulic tank into the pump's inlet port.
Fluid Discharge: As the gears continue to rotate, they push the fluid toward the outlet port. The meshing of the gears forces the fluid to move along the chamber, compressing it and increasing its pressure.
Pressure Generation: The pressurized fluid is then delivered to the hydraulic system, where it can be directed to various hydraulic actuators, such as cylinders or motors, to perform mechanical work.