Model Number: 5C1 25504RAKA HYDRAULIC GEAR PUMP
Type: Hydraulic Gear Pump
Flow Rate: Varies depending on the model and application but typically ranges from 5 to 60 liters per minute (LPM).
Maximum Pressure: Typically ranges from 1500 to 3000 psi (pounds per square inch).
Materials: These pumps are commonly constructed from high-quality materials such as cast iron, aluminum, or stainless steel to ensure durability and resistance to corrosion.
Mounting Options: They can be mounted in various orientations to suit the specific hydraulic system's requirements.
Inlet and Outlet Ports: Typically available in various sizes, ranging from 1/4" to 1", allowing for compatibility with different hydraulic hose and tubing sizes.
Shaft Options: May come with different shaft configurations, including splined, keyed, or threaded shafts.
Seal Type: Equipped with high-quality seals to prevent leakage and ensure a reliable performance.
Rotation: These pumps are available in both clockwise and counterclockwise rotation configurations to accommodate different hydraulic setups.
Efficiency: Hydraulic gear pumps are known for their high volumetric efficiency, ensuring minimal internal leakage and efficient fluid transfer.
The primary function of the 5C1 25504RAKA HYDRAULIC GEAR PUMP is to convert mechanical power into hydraulic energy.
This conversion occurs through the meshing of gears within the pump. Here's how it works:
Inlet: Hydraulic fluid (usually oil) is drawn into the pump through the inlet port.
Gear Meshing: Inside the pump, two or more gears interlock. As they rotate, they create sealed chambers, trapping fluid between the gear teeth.
Pressure Generation: As the gears rotate, the trapped fluid is pushed toward the outlet side of the pump, creating high-pressure conditions within the sealed chambers.
Outlet: The pressurized fluid is then expelled from the pump through the outlet port, ready to power various hydraulic components such as cylinders, motors, or valves.