The HPV125A and HPV125B are both axial piston pumps, specifically designed for high-pressure hydraulic systems.
They belong to the well-known HPV series of hydraulic pumps manufactured by a range of companies.
Both pumps have a fixed displacement, which means they deliver a constant volume of hydraulic fluid per revolution of the input shaft. The exact displacement value may vary depending on the specific model and variant, but it typically ranges from 125 cc/rev (cubic centimeters per revolution) to 150 cc/rev.
One of the critical specifications of these pumps is their pressure rating. They are capable of generating high hydraulic pressure, often exceeding 350 bar (5000 psi) or more, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications that require substantial force.
These pumps are available in various mounting configurations to accommodate different equipment designs. Common mounting options include SAE flange mounts and European DIN mounts.
The HPV125A and HPV125B pumps may come with different control options, including pressure compensators, load-sensing controls, and remote pressure control features. These options allow for precise control of hydraulic functions, enhancing efficiency and safety.
Efficiency is a crucial factor in hydraulic systems to minimize energy loss and maximize productivity.
These pumps are designed to be highly efficient, ensuring that a significant portion of input power is converted into hydraulic power.
These pumps can operate at varying speeds, typically within a range of 1500 to 3000 revolutions per minute (RPM). The choice of speed depends on the specific application requirements and the prime mover (e.g., diesel engine or electric motor) driving the pump.
Both pumps are designed to work with a wide range of hydraulic fluids, including mineral-based oils, synthetic oils, and biodegradable hydraulic fluids. Compatibility with various fluids makes them versatile and suitable for different industries and applications.
Materials and Construction:
The components of these pumps are typically constructed from high-quality materials, such as hardened steel for pistons, cylinders, and housing, to ensure durability and longevity even in demanding environments.
Many hydraulic systems require reduced noise emissions for operator comfort and environmental considerations. These pumps are often equipped with noise-reduction features, including advanced engineering of internal components and housing