High Efficiency: The AZPS series gear pumps are designed to deliver high volumetric and mechanical efficiency, ensuring that hydraulic systems operate with maximum performance while minimizing energy consumption.
This efficiency contributes to cost savings and reduced environmental impact.
Wide Range of Displacements: These pumps come in a wide range of displacement options, allowing for precise control of hydraulic flow rates and pressures. Whether you need low-flow, high-pressure pumps or high-flow, low-pressure pumps, the AZPS series can accommodate your specific needs.
Compact and Space-Saving Design: The compact and lightweight design of these pumps makes them suitable for installations where space is limited. Their small footprint allows for flexible placement within hydraulic systems.
Robust Construction: Rexroth is renowned for its high-quality engineering and manufacturing standards. The AZPS series is no exception, featuring robust construction and materials that ensure long-term reliability even in harsh operating conditions.
Quiet Operation: These gear pumps are designed to operate with minimal noise, enhancing operator comfort and reducing noise pollution in industrial environments.
Flow Range: The AZPS series offers a broad range of flow capacities, typically ranging from 0.25 to 140 cm³/rev.
This variety enables the selection of the most suitable pump for the application's flow requirements.
Pressure Rating: These gear pumps are capable of generating pressures up to 320 bar (4,640 psi), making them suitable for both low and high-pressure hydraulic systems.
Viscosity Range: The AZPS series is compatible with a wide range of hydraulic fluids, including mineral oil-based fluids and synthetic oils. This versatility ensures compatibility with various industrial applications.
Temperature Range: These pumps are designed to operate within a temperature range of -20°C to +100°C (-4°F to +212°F), providing reliability in diverse environmental conditions.
Mounting Options: Rexroth offers various mounting options, including flange and foot-mounted configurations, allowing for flexibility in installation and integration into existing hydraulic systems.
Shaft Seal Options: Users can choose from different shaft seal options, such as radial lip seals or mechanical seals, to suit the specific requirements of their application and enhance sealing reliability.