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SOME FEATURES MAY DIFFER FROM THE SELECTED CODE. DENISON VANE PUMP 054-35774-000 T7ES 042 2R** A1M0 View larger

DENISON VANE PUMP 054-35774-000 T7ES 042 2R** A1M0

054-35774-000

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FEATURES: GREATER FLOW HIGHER PRESSURE WIDE SPEED RANGE BETTER EFFICIENCY LOW NOISE LEVELS MOUNTING FLEXIBILITY CARTRIDGE DESIGN WIDE RANGE OF ACCEPTABLE VISCOSITIES FIRE RESISTANT FLUIDS AND BIODEGRADABLE FLUIDS GENERAL APPLICATIONS INSTRUCTIONS These vane pumps have been specially designed for high/low circuits. The combination of different cartridges in double and triple pumps allows low flow at high pressure (300 bar max.) and high flow at lower pressure. This is a clever way to optimize your circuit design. This pump feature will also allow a very fast pressure cycle change with a very precise flow repeatability. Size A : 5,8 to 40,0 ml/rev. Size B : 5,8 to 50,0 ml/rev. Size C : 10,8 to 100,0 ml/rev. Size D : 44,0 to 158,0 ml/rev. Size E : 132,3 to 268,7 ml/rev. A : up to 300 bar max. B : up to 320 bar max. (300 bar for multiple pump). C : up to 275 bar max. D : up to 280 bar max. (250 bar for multiple pump). E : up to 240 bar max. Industrial pumps : Min. : 600 RPM - Max. up to 3600 RPM Increases productivity, reduces heating and reduces operation costs. Increases operator safety and eases machines acceptances. Single pumps : 4 different positions. Double pumps : 32 different positions. Triple pumps : 128 different positions. Provides for drop-in assemblies. They permit easy conversion and service. A, B and D cartridges : bi-directional technology. C and E cartridges : uni-directional technology. Viscosities from 860 to 10 cSt permit colder starts and hotter running. The balanced design compensates for wear and temperature changes. At high viscosity or cold temperature, the rotor to side plates gap is well lubricated and improves mechanical efficiency. Phosphate esters, organic esters, chlorinated hydrocarbons, water glycols, rapeseed may be pumped at high pressures and with long service life by these pumps. 1. Check speed range, pressure, temperature, fluid quality, fluid viscosity and pump rotation. 2. Check inlet conditions of the pump, if it can accept the application requirements. 3. Check the type of shaft : if it will support the operating torque. 4. Check the coupling must be chosen to minimize pump shaft load (weight, misalignment). 5. Filtration : must be adequate for the lowest contamination level. 6. Check the environment of the pump : as to avoid noise reflection, pollution and shocks.

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