EXAMPLE - Guideline Only:Torque(in-lb) X Speed(RPM)/63025=HPTorque(using 950)= 862 in-lbsAssume 2000 PSI system PSITorque=PSI X Motor Disp (cu in)/6.28Motor Disp = 2.7 cu in/RevFlow(GPM)=RPM X DISP/231Flow = 11 GPM
I have a pump with the specs of- cc/rev 6-36 max bar 110 max rpm 4000So would i have to find a motor with matching #'s or would this pump not work. Sorry i don't know much about this stuff thx
Sorry, I have no idea what "6-36" means. cc/rev, as I have seen it, is usually stated in a decimal format. Does that mean it is a variable displacement pump with 6 to 36 cc/rev?Any help out there?Thank you.
Ok i found a motor and a pump here are the specs let me know if this sounds like it will work to power a 36"blower (needs to run 900-950rpm's)PUMPDISP - 6.36MAX BAR - 110MAX RPM - 4000MOTORMAX RPM - 969FLOW GPM - 12TORQUE lbin - 650PRESSURE psi - 1800 Thanks
If your motor needs 12 GPM to turn at 969 RPM, this won't work. Your pump at 4000 RPM will put out 6.7 GPM. 6.7/12 X 969 = 542 RPM.
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