Displacement: The F11-39 has a fixed displacement of 39.3 cm³/rev (cubic centimeters per revolution).
This means that for each complete revolution of the pump's input shaft, it displaces 39.3 cubic centimeters of hydraulic fluid.
Maximum Pressure: The pump is designed to operate at high pressures. It can handle a maximum continuous pressure of up to 420 bar (6,100 psi). This makes it suitable for heavy-duty applications where high hydraulic pressure is required.
Speed Range: The F11-39 is capable of operating at a wide range of speeds, typically between 600 and 3600 RPM (revolutions per minute). This flexibility in speed allows it to adapt to various machinery requirements.
Mounting: The pump features a SAE A 2-bolt mounting flange, which is a standard mounting configuration used in many industrial applications. This ensures compatibility with a wide range of equipment.
Direction of Rotation: It is essential to note the direction of rotation when installing the pump. The F11-39 can rotate in either clockwise or counterclockwise directions, making it adaptable to different machinery setups.
Weight and Dimensions: The physical dimensions and weight of the F11-39 are crucial for integration into machinery. It measures approximately 144 mm in length, 96 mm in width, and 140 mm in height, and it weighs around 4.7 kg.
Seals and Gaskets: O-rings, seals, and gaskets are critical components that prevent hydraulic fluid leaks.
They should be inspected and replaced regularly to maintain the pump's efficiency.
Bearings: Bearings support the rotating components of the pump and ensure smooth operation. Replacing worn bearings is essential to prevent damage to the pump.
Shaft and Drive Components: The pump's shaft and drive components, such as couplings and splines, may require replacement over time due to wear and tear.
Cylinder Block and Pistons: The F11-39 consists of axial pistons that can wear down with prolonged use. Replacing the cylinder block and pistons may be necessary to maintain performance.
Valve Plate: The valve plate controls the flow of hydraulic fluid within the pump. It should be inspected for wear or damage regularly.
Bolts and Fasteners: Proper fastening of components is crucial to prevent leaks and maintain pump integrity. Ensure that all bolts and fasteners are tightened to the manufacturer's specifications.