The Pump Drives (Hydraulic pump Drives) is a gearbox allowing the connection between a prime mover (internal combustion engine or electric motor for example) and 1 or more hydraulic pumps. Usually it is used on both stationary and mobile application where mechanical power must be converted into hydraulic power for the purpose of operating travel functions and services.
The hydraulic pumps drives gearboxes consist of a gear drive inside a CHINAMFG housing that connects to a gasoline or diesel engine. The opposite side contains 1 or more standard 2- or 4-bolt flanges for mounting hydraulic pumps. This configuration provides several benefits. For one, 2 or more identical pumps can be connected to provide nearly identical hydraulic output flow from each. Or different sized pumps can be used provide output flow proportional to the displacement of each pump.These gearboxes not only saves space and weight but also eliminates the number of components and reduces assembly time for the whole machinery. Our modular pump drives could allow driving 2 to 4 pumps simultaneously. This not only offers design flexibility, but can boost system efficiency as well.
|Model||2 pumps drive||3 pumps drive||4 pumps drive|
|Max. Input power (KW)||190||400||530||700||280||400||530||700||530||700|
|Max. Output power per pump pad (KW)||110||210||270||360||150||210||270||360||270||330|
|Max. Output torque per pump pad (Nm)||400||900||1500||1900||800||900||1500||1900||1500||1800|
|Max. Input speed (RPM)||2800||2600||2600||2400||2800||2600||2600||2400||2600||2400|
|Max. Output speed (RPM)||3200||2800||2800||2700||3200||2800||2800||2700||2800||2700|
|Mount size of Prime mover||SAE #3 #4 etc.||SAE #2 #3 etc.||SAE #1 #2 #3 etc.||SAE #0 #1 #2 etc.||SAE #3 #4 etc.||SAE #2 #3 etc.||SAE #1 #2 #3 etc.||SAE #0 #1 #2 etc.||SAE #1 #2 #3 etc.||SAE #1 #2 etc.|
|Port size of Single pump||SAE A,B,C flange etc.||SAE A,B,C,D flange etc.||SAE B,C,D,E flange etc.||SAE C,D,E flange etc.||SAE A,B,C flange etc.||SAE A,B,C,D flange etc.||SAE B,C,D,E flange etc.||SAE C,D,E flange etc.||SAE B,C,D,E flange etc.||SAE B C,D flange etc.|
|Housing material||Cast iron||Cast iron||Cast iron||Cast iron||Cast iron||Cast iron||Cast iron||Cast iron||Cast iron||Cast iron|
|Application:||Machinery, Agricultural Machinery|
|Function:||Distribution Power, Speed Changing, Speed Reduction, Speed Increase|
|Type:||Cylindrical Gear Box|
|Output Power Kw:||110-330|
|Housing Material:||Cast Iron|
Can I Use Synthetic Oil in My Gearbox?
Yes, you can use synthetic oil in your gearbox, and in many cases, it can offer several advantages over conventional mineral-based oils:
- Improved Temperature Stability: Synthetic oils typically have a higher resistance to thermal breakdown, making them suitable for gearboxes that operate at high temperatures.
- Enhanced Lubrication: Synthetic oils often have superior lubrication properties, providing better protection against friction, wear, and component damage.
- Extended Oil Change Intervals: Synthetic oils can often withstand longer operating periods without losing their effectiveness, reducing the frequency of oil changes and maintenance.
- Reduced Viscosity Changes: Synthetic oils are less prone to viscosity changes at different temperatures, ensuring consistent lubrication performance in varying conditions.
- Lower Friction and Energy Loss: The smoother molecular structure of synthetic oils can lead to reduced internal friction, potentially improving gearbox efficiency and performance.
- Cold Weather Performance: Synthetic oils generally flow better at low temperatures, making them suitable for gearboxes operating in cold climates.
- Protection Against Oxidation: Synthetic oils often have better resistance to oxidation, helping to prevent the formation of sludge and deposits that can impact gearbox performance.
However, before switching to synthetic oil, it’s important to consider the manufacturer’s recommendations and specifications for your specific gearbox model. Some gearboxes may have specific requirements or restrictions on the type of lubricant to use. If the manufacturer approves the use of synthetic oil, it can be a beneficial choice, but if not, sticking to the recommended oil type is crucial to ensure proper gearbox function and warranty coverage.
editor by CX 2023-10-04