Max discharge of SERVO oil pump : 90L/min Max water discharge : 3.7L/min Max available orifice diameter : 0.33mm Max pressure : 410Mpa (4100 bar) Continuous working pressure : 360 ~ 380MPa Main motor power : 37KW(50HP) Power supply : 380V/50HZ/3PH Max. oil pressure : 20Mpa Length/width/height : 1745/1045/1350 Weight : 1200kg
Main Motor : Siemens, Hydraulic Pump : Rexroth servo hydraulic pump PLC : Omron Heat Exchanger : Water/Oil panel cooler Control System : LP/HP auto control Temperature Display : Digital Temperature Display Shock Absorber : Four corners of the motor Directional Valve : Taiwan YUKEN Accumulator Volume : 1.2L Low Pressure Filter : 10um Cutting Water Inlet Pressure : 0.3Mpa Cooling Water Inlet Pressure : 0.3Mpa High Pressure Outlet Connections : M16 x1.5 Oil level and oil temperature sensor : Standard Components
Intensifier pumps are called intensifiers because they use the concept of pressure intensification or amplification to generate the desired water pressure. If you apply pressure to one side of a cylinder and the other side of the cylinder is the same surface area, the pressure on the other side will be the same. If the surface area of the smaller side is half, then the pressure on that side will be doubled. Generally with intensifier pumps there is a 20 times difference between the large surface area (where the oil pressure is applied) and the small surface area (where the water pressure is generated).
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