Hydraulic Pumps

Hydraulic pumps are mechanical devices that generate hydraulic energy by converting mechanical power into fluid flow. They play a crucial role in hydraulic systems, which use pressurized fluid to transmit and control power. There are various types of hydraulic pumps, including gear pumps, vane pumps, and piston pumps. Each type operates on different principles, but they all involve the displacement of fluid to create pressure.

The OstBridge team has extensive experience in sales of hydraulic components, specializing in the field of hydraulic pumps. Over the years, we have developed strong relationships with renowned manufacturers of hydraulic equipment. As a know-how provider, our dedicated hydraulic department is equipped to assist customers in selecting the appropriate hydraulic pumps that meet their specific requirements.

Relative Brands of Hydraulic pumps:
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  • -Strong engineer and sales team
    Whether you need to select a replacement part for a discontinued hydraulic pump or identify the appropriate brand based on specific parameters, our team is here to assist you. With access to our extensive product library and global supply chain, we can help you find the perfect match. Simply provide us with the product parameters or the product nameplate, and we'll leverage our expertise to locate the exact component you need. Our services are available worldwide, and we strive to earn your trust through competitive pricing and dependable customer service.

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    We have the privilege of maintaining close relationships with a select group of globally recognized manufacturers who have established themselves as leaders in the field of hydraulic pumps. At our warehouse we have stock of PARKER, REXROTH, Eaton/Vickers hydraulic pumps to meet your needs.
Hydraulic pumps are used in a wide range of industrial machinery, such as hydraulic presses, machine tools, injection molding machines, and material handling equipment.
Agricultural Equipment
Hydraulic pumps are employed in agricultural machinery like tractors, combines, and harvesters.
Marine Port Applications
In various marine systems, including ship steering, anchor systems, winches, and cargo handling equipment, hydraulic pumps provide the necessary power and control for these applications.
Basic knowledge of Hydrauli Pumps:
How does a hydraulic pump work?

Hydraulic pumps work by trapping fluid at a low pressure and delivering it at a higher pressure. This is achieved through various mechanisms, such as gears, vanes, or pistons, which displace fluid within the pump.

What are the different types of hydraulic pumps?

Common types of hydraulic pumps include gear pumps, vane pumps, and piston pumps. Each type operates on different principles but serves the purpose of generating hydraulic pressure. Here's a comparison table showcasing the features and applications of different hydraulic pump types:

Hydraulic Pump Type Features Applications
Gear Pump - Simple construction - Industrial machinery
  - Compact size - Automotive systems
  - Cost-effective - Material handling equipment
  - Suitable for low to medium pressure applications - Lubrication systems
Vane Pump - Smooth and quiet operation - Power steering systems
  - Moderate efficiency - Machine tools
  - Compact design - Plastic injection molding machines
  - Suitable for medium pressure applications - Mobile hydraulics
Piston Pump - High efficiency - Construction equipment
  - Precise control - Agricultural machinery
  - Capable of handling high pressures - Aircraft hydraulics
  - Available in various designs (axial, radial, etc.) - Heavy-duty industrial applications
Axial Piston Pump - High efficiency - Excavators
  - Excellent control response - Cranes
  - Compact design - Hydraulic presses
  - Suitable for high-pressure applications - Forestry equipment
Radial Piston Pump - High efficiency - Injection molding machines
  - Capable of handling extreme pressures - Forging presses
  - Robust construction - Hydraulic power units
  - Suitable for heavy-duty applications - Metal forming equipment
Bent-Axis Piston Pump - Compact design - Mobile machinery
  - High power density - Machine tools
  - Excellent control response - Hydraulic test rigs
  - Suitable for high-pressure applications - Agricultural equipment
How do I select the right hydraulic pump for my application?

To choose the right hydraulic pump, consider factors such as required flow rate, pressure range, compatibility with the fluid, system efficiency, and physical space constraints. Consulting with hydraulic experts or manufacturers can help determine the best pump for your specific needs. We usually have customers to turn to us with a name plate of hydraulic components which is absolute, for this situation the exact parameters would be important for us to support customers to choose a right replacement.

What are the common problems with hydraulic pumps?

Common issues include leaks, inadequate pressure, abnormal noise, overheating, and loss of efficiency. These problems can arise due to worn-out seals, contamination, pump damage, or incorrect installation. Troubleshooting and addressing issues promptly can prevent further damage

How long do hydraulic pumps last?

The lifespan of hydraulic pumps depends on various factors, including usage, maintenance, operating conditions, and quality of the pump. With proper care and maintenance, hydraulic pumps can typically last for several years.

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