|Name||Order No.||Price||Order||Model Number||Weight kg||Price||Order|
|Axial Piston Variable Pumps||R910991846||£1,491.11||A10VSO 18 DFR1 31/RVPA12NOO||12||£1,491.11|
|Axial Piston Variable Pumps||R910916805||£1,628.89||A10VSO 28 DFR1 31/RVPA12NOO||15||£1,628.89|
|Axial Piston Variable Pumps||R910967365||£1,866.67||A10VSO 45 DFR1 31/RVPA12NOO||21||£1,866.67|
|Axial Piston Variable Pumps||R902473184||£2,493.33||A10VSO 71 DFR1 31/RVPA12NOO||33||£2,493.33|
|Axial Piston Variable Pumps||R910920847||£2,993.33||A10VSO 100 DFR1 31/RVPA12NOO||45||£2,993.33|
Hydraulic systems are extensively used in industry in a wide variety of systems such as forklift trucks or scissor lifts. They are able to generate much more power than an unassisted human would be able to and therefore lift and move greater weights.
A hydraulic system consists of a reservoir of fluid, usually oil, under pressure. This can be directed to various parts of the system in order to create the necessary movement.
A pump is required to move the oil from the reservoir and into the rest of the system. An axial piston pump is a type of positive displacement pump. Here at AC Hydraulics we have a wide range of Bosch Rexroth variable axial piston pumps in our online shop, which provide flow proportional to the drive speed and displacement whilst the flow can be varied by adjusting the swashplate angle.
An axial piston pump has a circular array of pistons with the cylinder block. The block is about its axis of symmetry to rotate the pistons. The pistons are connected to the swashplate, which acts as a cam and allows the pistons to move within the pumping chamber. At the top of the cycle, the inlet port is opened whilst the discharge port is closed. As the pump rotates the action of the swashplate causes the piston to open and the fluid to enter it. At the bottom of the cycle, the inlet port is closed and the discharge port is opened whilst the cam action of the swashplate causes the piston to push the fluid out and into the rest of the system.
An axial piston pump can be thought of as the interface between the mechanical or electrical motor and the hydraulic system. The rotational power from the motor is linked to the pump and it is this rotation that causes the pumping action to take place, which in turn allows the hydraulic system to function.
Installation of axial piston pumps should only be done by appropriately trained personnel. Once fitted they will require a priming period where they are filled with hydraulic fluid and air removed from the chamber in order to guard against dry running which will damage the pump. This is especially important if the pump needs to be orientated with the drive shaft vertical.
If you require any assistance with installation we have a dedicated team of expert engineers and technicians who will be happy to discuss your requirements.
Our online shop is able to supply a variety of Bosch Rexroth variable axial piston pumps and we are able to deliver in as little as 1 to 2 working days within the United Kingdom. If you require delivery to other destinations we can deliver to most parts of the world.
Whatever your needs in terms of Axial Piston Pumps, at AC Hydraulics, we’re always happy to assist.