Flow Rate: The HPV90 hydraulic pump has a specified flow rate, typically measured in liters per minute (LPM) or gallons per minute (GPM).
The flow rate determines how much hydraulic fluid the pump can deliver per unit of time, affecting the speed and force of hydraulic operations.
Pressure Rating: Hydraulic systems require a specific pressure to perform tasks effectively. The HPV90 pump has a pressure rating, usually measured in bars or pounds per square inch (PSI). It indicates the maximum pressure the pump can generate, ensuring that hydraulic functions work correctly under load.
Displacement: Displacement is a crucial specification for hydraulic pumps. It measures the volume of hydraulic fluid displaced by the pump's moving parts per revolution. Displacement is typically expressed in cubic centimeters (cc) or cubic inches (in³).
Rotation: The HPV90 pump can rotate in either a clockwise (CW) or counterclockwise (CCW) direction, depending on the specific application and machinery requirements.
Mounting Type: The pump can be mounted in various ways, such as flange or foot mounting. The mounting type ensures the pump is securely attached to the machine.
Pump Housing: The pump housing encases the internal components of the HPV90 pump, providing protection and support. It often has inlet and outlet ports for hydraulic fluid.
Drive Shaft: The drive shaft is connected to the machine's engine or power source and transmits mechanical power to the pump. It's responsible for rotating the pump's internal components.
Swash Plate: The swash plate is a key component that varies the displacement of the pump.
By adjusting the angle of the swash plate, operators can control the pump's output flow.
Cylinder Block: Inside the pump housing, there is a cylinder block with pistons or plungers. As the swash plate moves, it causes the pistons or plungers to reciprocate, creating a pumping action that pressurizes the hydraulic fluid.
Valve Plate: The valve plate regulates the flow of hydraulic fluid in and out of the pump's cylinders. It ensures that the fluid is directed correctly, contributing to the overall efficiency of the hydraulic system.
Bearings and Seals: Bearings support the moving parts within the pump and reduce friction, while seals prevent hydraulic fluid leakage. These components are crucial for the pump's longevity and performance.
Inlet and Outlet Ports: The pump has dedicated inlet and outlet ports for hydraulic fluid. These ports are connected to the hydraulic system's reservoir and actuators, allowing fluid to flow in and out of the pump.
Pressure Relief Valve: Some HPV90 pumps are equipped with a pressure relief valve to prevent damage due to excessive pressure. This valve opens to release excess pressure when the system exceeds its specified limit.