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At ConEquip Parts, we pride ourselves as the top-tier supplier of Hydraulic Pumps for Heavy Equipment Machines. Our comprehensive range of top-quality new aftermarket, used, and even salvaged heavy equipment parts sets us apart in the industry. We serve a broad spectrum of customers, from individuals to companies with a full fleet of equipment, and offer our exceptional parts at competitive prices. One of our distinguishing features is our commitment to fast shipping times. We understand the critical importance of limiting downtime for our customers and prioritize shipping to get them back to work as soon as possible.
Our staff's expertise is another pillar of our strength. Our team is highly trained and knowledgeable about all heavy equipment machines. This, coupled with our exclusive access to manufacturers' parts books, empowers us to pinpoint the correct hydraulic pump for your machine efficiently and accurately. Beyond that, we are equipped to supply some parts that even the dealer cannot source, which cements our position as a reliable, all-encompassing parts provider. Do not hesitate to contact us for all your heavy equipment parts needs at 1-716-836-5069.
Affordable and Highly Durable Hydraulic Pumps
Since our establishment in 2008, ConEquip Parts has forged solid relationships with a growing network of over 3,000 meticulously vetted parts suppliers. This expansive network encompasses aftermarket factories, parts warehouses, and salvage yards, collectively bolstering our ability to provide a vast array of essential components for heavy machinery. At the core of construction equipment functionality is the hydraulic pump, a key component that converts hydraulic power into energy, thus driving the operation of heavy equipment machines.
These machines, including but not limited to excavators, wheel loaders, bulldozers, backhoes, and articulated haulers, all rely on this crucial part for their performance. Given the hydraulic pump's pivotal role, sourcing the right part is crucial, and this is where ConEquip Parts shines. Thanks to our extensive supplier network, we can match your equipment with the right hydraulic pump quickly and effectively. To experience our seamless sourcing service, simply fill out our convenient Parts Quote Request.
Breaking Down Hydraulic Pumps
There are primarily two categories of hydraulic pumps in excavators: gear pumps and piston pumps.
- Gear Pumps: Predominantly found in excavators, these pumps feature a pair of interlocking gears, typically crafted from steel or cast iron, situated within a casing. Their operation is based on the rotation of these gears, which induces a suction, pulling hydraulic fluid.
- Piston Pumps: These are preferred for excavators necessitating a higher hydraulic output. The principle behind them involves the use of reciprocating pistons to produce hydraulic energy.
- Vane pumps: Vane pumps are another popular choice in excavators due to their compact size, efficiency, and ability to handle a wide range of operating speeds. These pumps consist of a rotor with vanes that slide in and out of machined slots inside the pump housing, creating a vacuum and pressure. They are commonly used in both medium-sized and large excavators.
Axial and Radial piston pumps are ideal for excavators that require high power output and high-pressure capabilities, such as large-sized earth-moving tasks.
- Axial Piston Pumps: This type features pistons organized in a circular manner around a core shaft. Their function relies on the pistons reciprocating along the shaft's axis. This movement draws and expels hydraulic fluid, yielding hydraulic energy.
- Radial Piston pumps: work by pushing pistons outwards from the center to generate pressure. The pistons move in radial grooves inside the housing, creating a pumping action. Radial piston pumps are known for their ability to generate high pressures reliably, which makes them suitable for heavy-duty excavator applications.
The hydraulic pump of an excavator is an essential part of heavy equipment machines, such as excavators, which are designed for digging, gathering, and hoisting materials like dirt, stones, and snow. The hydraulic pump transforms mechanical energy into hydraulic force that powers different systems in the excavator, such as the arm, boom, and bucket. This ensures meticulous control over the machine's maneuvers.
- Diminished Speed
- Atypical Noises
- Leaks, Both Internal and External
- Elevated Fluid Temperature
A decline in your pump's performance can be a clear indicator of impending failure. To verify reduced speed, measure the pump's flow rate or operating pace.
Typically, hydraulic pumps operate quietly. However, when their parts experience wear, they can emit unusual noises, often due to issues like hydraulic aeration or cavitation.
Oil may seep within the pump via the valves or actuators or externally due to a ruptured hose. Such leaks compromise the consistent flow of the liquid, leading to a decrease in the system's pressure.
During regular maintenance, inspect for contaminants in the fluid, like excessive dirt accumulation in the reservoir. If dirt piles up excessively, it can hinder adequate airflow, making the reservoir ineffective at dispersing heat.
Excavators utilize hydraulic pumps to facilitate the array of hydraulic actions essential for effective performance. The selection between gear pumps, vane pumps, piston pumps (including axial and radial types), and variable displacement pumps is determined by the excavator's distinct needs. Depending on whether the priority is achieving high flow velocities, managing hefty weights, producing elevated pressures, or maximizing energy efficiency, the appropriate hydraulic pump guarantees dependable and proficient functioning across varied applications and sectors.
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