Hydraulic pump introduction
A hydraulic component that supplies pressurized liquid to a hydraulic drive. It is a type of pump. Its function is to convert the mechanical energy of a power machine (such as an electric motor and an internal combustion engine) into the pressure energy of a liquid. There are many factors affecting the service life of the hydraulic pump. In addition to the design and manufacturing factors of the pump itself, it is also related to the selection of components related to the pump (such as couplings, oil filters, etc.) and the operation during the test run.
The working principle of the hydraulic pump is that the movement brings about a change in the volume of the pump chamber, so that the fluid is compressed to make the fluid have pressure energy.