Series V10, V20, V2010, and V2020 fixed displacement pumps are of Vickers “balanced vane type” construction. V10 and V20 single pumps have rated flow capacities of 1 to 7 USgpm and 6 to 13 USgpm, respectively. Double pumps provide a single power source capable of serving two separate hydraulic circuits, or of providing greater volume through the combined delivery of both sections. In either type of application, two pumps in a single housing result in a more compact,simple installation and can be driven through a single shaft coupling.
V2010 double pumps have capacities of 6 to 13 USgpm and 1 to 7 USgpm for their shaft-end and cover-end pumps, respectively. V2020 double pumps have capacities of 6 to 13 USgpm and 6 to 11 USgpm for their shaft-end and cover-end pumps, respectively.
All models are designed for use with oil or synthetic fireresistant fluids. Shaft rotation is either clockwise or counterclockwise, but can be changed by changing the assembly of internal parts.
SAE 2-bolt mounting flanges are standard, and foot-mounting brackets are optional. Many electric motor manufacturers can supply drip-proof or totally enclosed, fan cooled motors with end bells on which the pumps can be mounted.
Features and Benefits
Enhanced Bearing Life
Internal inlet and outlet pressure chambers are diametrically opposed. As a result, pressure-induced radial loads are balanced, and bearings have to carry the external load only.
Low vane tip/ring loading allows high pressure operation. High speeds are possible because the inlet flow paths are designed to give uniform oil acceleration, and thus better filling characteristics, particularly at low inlet pressures.
Extended Product Life
The superior design of these pumps makes them last longer. They’ve proven they’ll hold up in rugged applications.
Vickers’ efficient design produces extra horsepower per dollar of pump investment, providing industry with low pump cost per horsepower capacity.
High flow, pressure and speed capabilities enable these pumps to meet the hydraulic circuit needs of many types of modern machinery.