Model Number: 5C1 51080JD
Type: Hydraulic Gear Pump
Maximum Displacement: This parameter typically determines the volume of hydraulic fluid that the pump can deliver in a single revolution.
For the 5C1 51080JD, the maximum displacement is specified in cubic inches per revolution (in^3/rev).
Pressure Rating: The pump's ability to generate hydraulic pressure is crucial. The 5C1 51080JD is designed to operate within a certain pressure range, usually specified in pounds per square inch (psi).
Rotation: Gear pumps are available in clockwise and counterclockwise rotations to suit different hydraulic system configurations. This pump should be compatible with the intended rotation direction.
Shaft Diameter: The shaft diameter indicates the size of the shaft used to connect the pump to the power source, typically specified in inches or millimeters.
Mounting: It's essential to know the mounting type, whether it's a flange or a bracket, as it affects how the pump is secured within the hydraulic system.
Material: The construction material of the pump is important for its durability and resistance to wear and corrosion. Common materials include cast iron and aluminum alloy.
Seal Type: Hydraulic gear pumps often come with various seal options, such as lip seals or mechanical seals. The choice of seal type can affect the pump's performance in different environments.
Flow Rate: The flow rate is the volume of hydraulic fluid delivered by the pump in a given unit of time (e.g., gallons per minute or liters per minute). The 5C1 51080JD should have a specified flow rate.
Positive Displacement: This hydraulic gear pump operates on the principle of positive displacement, which means it delivers a consistent volume of fluid with each revolution.
This ensures precision in hydraulic systems.
Efficiency: Gear pumps are known for their high volumetric efficiency, making them suitable for applications where a steady flow of hydraulic fluid is required.
Compact Design: The compact size of gear pumps allows for easy integration into various hydraulic systems, even those with limited space.
Reliability: Gear pumps are robust and have fewer moving parts, reducing the risk of mechanical failure.
Low Noise: These pumps typically produce less noise compared to some other types of hydraulic pumps, contributing to a quieter working environment.