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Gear Pump, 2 Stage, 3600 RPM, 22 GPM
- Item # 5ZPL6
- Mfr. Model # 1080085
- UNSPSC # 40151533
- Catalog Page # 3500
- Shipping Weight 19.7 lbs.
- ItemHydraulic Gear Pump
- TypeTwo Stage
- Input RPM3600
- GPM @ 1000 PSI6.7
- GPM @ 2000 PSI6.3
- GPM @ 250 PSI22
- Nominal Flow (GPM)22
- HP Required10
- Ports (Inlet)1" NPTF
- Ports (Outlet)3/4" NPTF
- Shaft Dia. (In.)5/8"
- Shaft Length (In.)1-1/2
- Transmission2 Stage
- Displacement @ High Pressure (cubic inches/rev.)0.465
- Displacement @ Low Pressure (cubic inches/rev.)0.93
- Drive Shaft (In.)5/8
- Max. PSI 1st Stage1100
- Max. PSI 2nd Stage3000
- Unloading Valve Preset Pressure (psi)650
- Mounting FlangeSAE A
- ApplicationFor Presses, Log Splitters, Clamping Units and Compactors
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pump does not cavitate, hand turn shaft to prime, and do not let the inlet go above 3 psi positive pressure so the shaft seal will not blow out or leak. If you are not sure about the above, do not attempt a vertical mount. It is always best for the hydraulic pump if the reservoir is even with or slightly above the pump so it is gravity fed with oil (good quality ATF, Dextron III or ISO 32 equivalent).
That is a $5.00 Question that will depend on what you are using this for. The typical answer is Hydraulic Oil or Motor Oil, either one would work. The thicker the oil the slower the pump would need to run, you can also use any type of oil that is compatible with the elastomers in this..
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