Flow Rate: The pump is capable of delivering a specific volume of hydraulic fluid per unit of time, typically measured in liters per minute (LPM) or gallons per minute (GPM).
The flow rate of the 5C1 26706rae pump depends on its size and design but generally ranges from 1 LPM to 500 LPM or more.
Pressure Rating: Hydraulic systems often require different levels of pressure to perform various tasks. The 5C1 26706rae pump is designed to provide hydraulic fluid at varying pressures, with a typical range between 100 PSI (pounds per square inch) to 5,000 PSI or more. The specific pressure rating depends on the pump's design and intended application.
Material: These pumps are commonly constructed from high-quality materials such as cast iron, aluminum, or steel to ensure durability and resistance to corrosion. The choice of material may vary based on the application's requirements.
Mounting Options: The 5C1 26706rae hydraulic gear pump is available with various mounting options, including flange mount, foot mount, or direct drive, allowing it to be easily integrated into different hydraulic systems.
Size and Dimensions: These pumps come in a range of sizes and dimensions to accommodate various system layouts and requirements. The size of the pump affects its flow rate, pressure capabilities, and overall performance.
The 5C1 26706rae hydraulic gear pump operates on the principle of positive displacement.
It consists of two meshing gears – the driving gear (connected to the input shaft) and the driven gear (connected to the output shaft). As these gears rotate, they trap hydraulic fluid in the spaces between their teeth, creating a low-pressure zone at the pump's inlet. The fluid is then carried around the gears and forced into a high-pressure zone, where it is discharged through the pump's outlet. This continuous displacement of fluid results in a consistent flow of hydraulic fluid, making the pump ideal for various applications.
Construction Machinery: Hydraulic gear pumps are commonly used in excavators, loaders, and bulldozers to power various hydraulic functions like lifting, digging, and steering.
Agricultural Equipment: Tractors and other agricultural machinery rely on hydraulic gear pumps for tasks such as raising and lowering implements, controlling steering, and operating hydraulic attachments.
Material Handling: Conveyor systems, forklifts, and pallet jacks often use hydraulic gear pumps to control lifting and positioning mechanisms.
Automotive: Hydraulic power steering systems in vehicles employ gear pumps to assist with steering.