High Efficiency: The Barnes 5B2/40043GC gear pump is renowned for its high efficiency, thanks to precision engineering and quality materials.
It operates with minimal energy loss, making it a cost-effective choice for fluid transfer tasks.
Durable Construction: This gear pump is built to last. It features a rugged design with high-strength materials, ensuring durability even in harsh operating conditions.
Precise Performance: With tight manufacturing tolerances and careful quality control, the Barnes 5B2/40043GC delivers consistent and precise performance. It maintains stable flow rates and pressure levels over extended periods.
Compact Design: Its compact design makes it easy to install and integrate into existing hydraulic systems. The small footprint allows for versatile placement in various industrial settings.
Wide Operating Range: This gear pump can handle a broad range of viscosities and temperatures, making it suitable for a variety of fluids and operating environments.
Low Noise Operation: Noise levels are minimized through sound engineering practices, ensuring a quieter work environment.
Flow Rate: The 5B2/40043GC Barnes gear pump offers a wide range of flow rates, typically ranging from 1 to 40 gallons per minute (GPM).
Specific flow rates can be adjusted according to system requirements.
Pressure Rating: It has a maximum pressure rating of up to 3,000 PSI (pounds per square inch), providing the necessary power for demanding hydraulic applications.
Materials: The pump components are typically constructed from high-quality materials such as cast iron or steel, ensuring longevity and resistance to wear and corrosion.
Inlet/Outlet Connections: Standard inlet and outlet ports are designed for easy connection to hydraulic hoses or piping systems.
Mounting Options: Various mounting options, including flange and foot mounting, are available to accommodate different installation needs.
Seal Options: The pump can be equipped with a variety of seal options, including lip seals, mechanical seals, and packing seals, to suit the specific fluid being pumped and its temperature requirements.