Eston Vickers Piston Pump – PVB, PVH, PVQ

Vickers Piston Pump is one of the most common hydraulic pumps in most nations worldwide. For the last 20 years, Zuosen Hydraulic has proudly made Vickers piston pumps.

On the other hand, this article will introduce you to the Vickers Piston Pump, its many varieties, and some installation and maintenance instructions.

In short, the available models you will get from our production are  PVB5-RSY-20-CMC-11, PVB10-RSY-31-CMC-11, PVB15-RSY-31-CMC-11, PVQ10 A2RSE1S20C21-12, PVQ13 A2RSE1S20C1412, PVQ32 A2RSE1S20C12

Introduction to Eaton Vickers in Zuosen Hydraulic

The Vickers brand has been famous in worldwide markets for almost eighty years. Eaton acquired Vickers in 1999. Eaton now offers a large family of industrial and mobility products.

Vickers has a noteworthy dedication towards providing high-quality products and system solutions to its clients.

The description below showcases the full range of Vickers industrial and mobile hydraulic devices. Our gal serves as a handy reference tool when selecting Vickers goods or creating a Vickers components system.

Zuosen Hydraulic is, on the other hand, the original manufacturer of Vickers Piston Pump. You can find the spare parts which fit the original Vickers Products. In the following, we will explain the most common Vickers piston pump that we manufacture from the zuosen factory.

Vickers Piston Pump – Vickers PBH, Vickers PVQ, and Vickers PVB

Zuson Hydraulic provides three types of piston pumps to give the design's inherent power density, flexibility, and energy economy to the most astonishing variety of mobile, off-highway, and marine applications.

Vickers PVB

Vickers PVB axial piston pumps are available in fixed and variable displacement variants. Various hydraulic fluids are responsible for obtaining their high-performance ratings and efficiency. The volumetric and mechanical efficiency of fixed displacement models are well known. With a control chosen from the following, variable displacement models may closely match pressure and flow demand:

  • Pressure compensator, with or without remote control
  • Pressure compensator with displacement control
  • Load-sensing compensator
  • Mechanical control
  • Handwheel operation

Vickers PVH

Vickers PVH high flow, high-performance pumps are a range of variable displacement, inline piston units that also include the proven design, quality manufacturing procedures, and operational characteristics of existing Eaton piston pumps in a smaller, lighter container.

We specially created the PVH series to suit the continuous duty performance requirements of current generation equipment designs of 250 bar (3625 psi). These pumps are efficient and dependable, with selectable controls for optimum operating flexibility.

They provide the needed productivity and controllability benefits in earthmoving, construction, machine tool, plastics, and many other energy-conscious sectors. Like all Eaton products, these pumps have been fully laboratory-tested and field-proven.

Vickers PVQ

PVQ piston pumps are variable displacement inline devices in nine different sizes. In this case, Pressure and flow compensator controls vary displacement. An astounding array of control choices provides maximum operational freedom.

PVQs function at levels of silence that also satisfy today's stringent industrial requirements. Each unit's sound level is comparable to or lower than the electric motor that powers it. A proprietary timing arrangement creates low-pressure "pulses" in the exit flow, which reduces sound. It leads to lower noise tendencies in PVQ-based systems.

The PVQ series can work with a wide range of hydraulic fluids. Water-content and phosphate ester fluids, as well as normal petroleum-based and synthetic fluids, may be accommodated. Several PVQ pumps are offered in a thru-drive form to meet application and installation requirements.

Thru-drive variants may be linked to various fixed and variable displacement pumps, resulting in a small and adaptable design. This package reduces installation costs by needing just one mounting pad on the primary mover.

Advantages of using Vickers Piston Pump

Vickers piston pumps have a vast, broad pressure range and can achieve extraordinarily high pressures that you can regulate without affecting flow rate. They're sophisticated pieces of equipment with several applications and benefits.

In addition to the above, they have a constant discharge rate, which means they can carry viscous fluids, large gas volumes, and even particles across equipment. As a result, one of the most significant advantages of an Eaton piston pump is its efficiency, utility, and ability to transport fluids through a machine regardless of viscosity.

If you properly maintain them, they will have a long performance life and will serve you well for a long time.

Finally, Vickers Piston pumps are essential for many organizations and outstanding engineering work, having been famous for a long time in specialized sectors. As a result, their principal value is their utility in operations, which is often critical when deployed.

Hydraulic Fluids

Anti-wear hydraulic oils, water glycols, and water-in-oil (invert) emulsions are compatible with Vickers piston pumps. These pumps can operate at up to 70 bar pressures with high water base fluids (e.g., 5%/95% oil-in-water emulsion) (1000 psi).

Vickers Piston Pump Application

The piston pump has a variety of applications. Everything is possible, from low-viscosity materials such as glazes to high-viscosity and tightly packed materials for outdoor applications.

Our piston pumps come in a variety of performance classifications and designs. The piston pumps of the PowerPainter 90 are suitable for low-viscosity materials.

Assume your primary goal is to spray a large amount of very dense chemicals or fillers. For instance, a powerhouse with a scoop piston, such as the HeavyCoat 970, is appropriate for a greater delivery rate.

Quick Installation & General Instruction

You must install the PVH pumps following the circuit diagram included with the pump package.

Fill the case with hydraulic fluid before pumping through the highest drain port. You must attach the case drain line to the reservoir directly and end below the oil level.

In addition, it might help you if you go through the quick installation and instructions from the article "Rexroth Hydraulic Pump." I have a general instruction that might help you troubleshoot the problem and solve it.

Troubleshooting and Maintenance

Generally, all hydraulic piston pumps encounter similar issues. In this scenario, we must thoroughly understand each problem to troubleshoot them. In the article Rexroth Hydraulic Piston Pump, a section on troubleshooting and maintenance will guide you to solve the issues.

However, Our skilled hydraulic experts at Zuosen Hydraulics have years of expertise maintaining and repairing hydraulic pumps of various types, including vane pumps. Contact us immediately to request repairs or set up a preventive maintenance plan.