The travel motor in the PC200-7 is a critical component responsible for propelling the excavator.
It is a hydraulic motor that converts hydraulic energy from the machine's hydraulic system into mechanical motion, allowing the excavator to move forward, backward, and turn. The travel motor is designed to provide the necessary power and efficiency for various excavation tasks.
Type: The PC200-7 utilizes a hydraulic piston motor as its travel motor. This type of motor is highly efficient and provides the necessary torque for heavy-duty excavation.
Power: The travel motor is rated to deliver a specific amount of power, typically measured in horsepower (HP) or kilowatts (kW). The PC200-7's travel motor is known for its robust power output, ensuring the machine can handle demanding jobs.
Speed: The travel motor's speed is crucial for controlling the excavator's movement. The PC200-7 travel motor allows for precise speed control, enabling both slow and fast movements as needed for various tasks.
Directional Control: The travel motor can reverse its direction of rotation, enabling the excavator to move forward and backward. This versatility is essential for maneuvering in tight spaces and performing precise excavation work.
Hydraulic Pump Parts Overview:
Hydraulic pumps are essential components of the PC200-7's hydraulic system, responsible for generating the necessary fluid pressure to operate various hydraulic functions. These functions include the movement of the boom, arm, bucket, and travel motor. Here are some key hydraulic pump parts and their specifications:
Main Hydraulic Pump: The PC200-7 is equipped with a main hydraulic pump that provides hydraulic fluid under pressure to power the machine's movements
. It is typically a variable displacement axial piston pump, capable of adjusting its output to match the excavator's workload.
Pump Flow Rate: The flow rate of the main hydraulic pump is measured in liters per minute (LPM) or gallons per minute (GPM). The PC200-7's main pump delivers a substantial flow rate to ensure rapid and efficient operation.
Pressure Relief Valve: Hydraulic pumps incorporate pressure relief valves to prevent damage from excessive pressure. These valves are typically set to release hydraulic fluid at a predetermined pressure level, safeguarding the hydraulic system.
Filters and Strainers: To maintain the hydraulic system's cleanliness and longevity, filters and strainers are employed to remove contaminants from the hydraulic fluid.
Seals and Gaskets: Hydraulic pump parts include seals and gaskets to prevent fluid leakage and maintain the system's integrity.