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24W704 24W704 UNSPSC # 24111801

Hydraulic Reservoir: 20 gal Nominal Capacity, 3/4 in NPT Return Port Thread Size

  • Item # 24W704
  • Mfr. Model # 24W704
  • UNSPSC # 24111801
  • Catalog Page # 2495 2495
Country of Origin India. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Horizontal hydraulic reservoirs have a baffle plate and dual chambers to accommodate systems with higher flow rates and larger fluid volumes than those suitable for vertical tanks. The baffle plate creates two chambers, which helps control fluid flow and return. The baffle also provides a longer path for the fluid to travel, which helps cool the fluid and provides more time for contaminants to settle. They have a non-removable lid, so most system components are mounted on the side of the tank. The convex bottom allows contaminants to settle to the bottom of the tank. Reservoir tanks include a breather cap, liquid level gauge, drain port, and thermometer.

Steel hydraulic reservoir tanks have welded seams and are used for storing reserve fluid in hydraulic systems, such as those found in material handling and industrial applications. Heavy-duty steel hydraulic tanks have a top plate that can support peripherals, such as motors and pumps. Hydraulic tanks and reservoirs hold excess hydraulic fluid as the needs in a hydraulic system change. They also cool and filter fluid as it passes through the system and allow air escape from the fluid. Cooling and cleaning hydraulic fluid reduces contaminant buildup, which reduces maintenance costs and extends the working life of the system.

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Hydraulic Reservoir: 20 gal Nominal Capacity, 3/4 in NPT Return Port Thread Size

  • Item # 24W704
  • Mfr. Model # 24W704
  • UNSPSC # 24111801
  • Catalog Page # 2495 2495
Country of Origin India. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Horizontal hydraulic reservoirs have a baffle plate and dual chambers to accommodate systems with higher flow rates and larger fluid volumes than those suitable for vertical tanks. The baffle plate creates two chambers, which helps control fluid flow and return. The baffle also provides a longer path for the fluid to travel, which helps cool the fluid and provides more time for contaminants to settle. They have a non-removable lid, so most system components are mounted on the side of the tank. The convex bottom allows contaminants to settle to the bottom of the tank. Reservoir tanks include a breather cap, liquid level gauge, drain port, and thermometer.

Steel hydraulic reservoir tanks have welded seams and are used for storing reserve fluid in hydraulic systems, such as those found in material handling and industrial applications. Heavy-duty steel hydraulic tanks have a top plate that can support peripherals, such as motors and pumps. Hydraulic tanks and reservoirs hold excess hydraulic fluid as the needs in a hydraulic system change. They also cool and filter fluid as it passes through the system and allow air escape from the fluid. Cooling and cleaning hydraulic fluid reduces contaminant buildup, which reduces maintenance costs and extends the working life of the system.

Technical Specs

  • Item Hydraulic Reservoir
  • Mounting Orientation - Power Units Horizontal
  • Removable Cover Included Yes
  • Nominal Capacity 20 gal
  • Suction Port Thread Size 1-1/2 in NPT
  • Return Port Thread Size 3/4 in NPT
  • Overall Length 26.25 in
  • Overall Width 18 in
  • Overall Height 14.25 in
  • Drain Plug Connection Size 3/4 in NPT
  • Finish Black Painted
  • Gasket Material Buna-N
  • Includes (2) 6 in Cleanout Covers and Drain, Filler Breather, Mounting Feet, Oil Sight Gauge With Thermometer, Suction/Return Ports
  • Tank Material 11 ga Steel
  • Usable Capacity 2541 cu in
  • Cover Material Steel
  • Baffle Plate Included Yes
  • Application For Mobile and Industrial Hydraulic Systems

Horizontal hydraulic reservoirs have a baffle plate and dual chambers to accommodate systems with higher flow rates and larger fluid volumes than those suitable for vertical tanks. The baffle plate creates two chambers, which helps control fluid flow and return. The baffle also provides a longer path for the fluid to travel, which helps cool the fluid and provides more time for contaminants to settle. They have a non-removable lid, so most system components are mounted on the side of the tank. The convex bottom allows contaminants to settle to the bottom of the tank. Reservoir tanks include a breather cap, liquid level gauge, drain port, and thermometer.

Steel hydraulic reservoir tanks have welded seams and are used for storing reserve fluid in hydraulic systems, such as those found in material handling and industrial applications. Heavy-duty steel hydraulic tanks have a top plate that can support peripherals, such as motors and pumps. Hydraulic tanks and reservoirs hold excess hydraulic fluid as the needs in a hydraulic system change. They also cool and filter fluid as it passes through the system and allow air escape from the fluid. Cooling and cleaning hydraulic fluid reduces contaminant buildup, which reduces maintenance costs and extends the working life of the system.

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