Flow Rate: The Eaton-Vickers PVB110 hydraulic pump has a variable displacement design that allows it to deliver a wide range of flow rates.
The maximum flow rate typically ranges from 5 to 120 gallons per minute (GPM), depending on the specific model and configuration.
Pressure Rating: These pumps are designed to operate at high pressures. The pressure rating varies depending on the model but can reach up to 3000 pounds per square inch (PSI) or more. This high-pressure capability makes it suitable for demanding hydraulic systems.
Variable Displacement: The PVB110 pump features variable displacement, meaning it can adjust its output flow to meet the system's requirements. This feature enhances energy efficiency and allows for precise control of hydraulic machinery.
Vane Technology: The PVB110 utilizes vane technology, which consists of vanes that slide in and out of rotor slots to control the flow rate. Vane pumps are known for their low noise levels and high efficiency.
Mounting Options: These pumps come with various mounting options, including flange and foot mounting, allowing for flexibility in installation to meet specific application requirements.
Temperature Range: The PVB110 can operate effectively within a wide temperature range, typically between -40°C to 100°C (-40°F to 212°F). This versatility ensures its suitability for various environments.
Materials: Eaton-Vickers designs the PVB110 with high-quality materials to ensure longevity and resistance to wear and corrosion. Common materials include cast iron, steel, and aluminum alloys.
Sealing Options: The pump offers different sealing options, such as lip seals or mechanical seals, to provide reliable sealing and prevent hydraulic fluid leakage.
Vane Kit: The vane kit includes the vanes themselves, which are crucial components of the PVB110 pump. Over time, vanes may wear out, leading to reduced pump efficiency. Replacing them with genuine Eaton-Vickers vanes is essential to maintain optimal performance.
Shaft Seal Kit: The shaft seal kit contains seals and gaskets that prevent hydraulic fluid from leaking from the pump.
Regular maintenance and replacement of seals are necessary to prevent contamination of the hydraulic fluid and ensure the pump's longevity.
Bearing Kit: The bearing kit consists of bearings that support the rotating components of the pump. Bearings can wear out due to continuous use, and replacing them when needed is crucial to prevent pump failure.
Cartridge Kit: The cartridge kit contains essential internal components, such as the rotor and cam ring. These components are critical for maintaining the pump's variable displacement functionality. If they become damaged or worn, replacement is necessary.
Housing and Cover: In case of physical damage or corrosion, the pump's housing and cover may need replacement to ensure the integrity of the pump's structure and protect its internal components.
Drive Shaft: The drive shaft connects the pump to the power source, typically a motor or engine. If the drive shaft is damaged or worn, it can lead to a loss of pump efficiency and should be replaced promptly.