Rexroth A10VSO18DR/31R-PPA12K01 Piston Pump

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Brand Name:Rexroth
Model Number:A10VSO18DR/31R-PPA12K01
Pressurefree Operation:70 mm
Load Pressure:2.9900 in
Displacement, geometric, per revolution:12.4400 in
Case volume:Non-Expansion Bearing (Fixed)
Pilot Pressure:7.2000 in
Maximum Permissible Speed (limit Speed):Powder Coat
Maximum angular acceleration:Two-Bolt Base
Drive Speed:3.5800 in

Product Details

Pressurefree Operation70 mm
Load Pressure2.9900 in
Displacement, geometric, per revolution12.4400 in
Case volumeNon-Expansion Bearing (Fixed)
Pilot Pressure7.2000 in
Maximum Permissible Speed (limit Speed)Powder Coat
Maximum angular accelerationTwo-Bolt Base
Drive Speed3.5800 in
TorqueSpherical Roller
Sequence ValveTriple-lip contacting, self-purging nitrile rubber seal
Flow1.3300 in
Control Fluid DrainSolid Pillow Block
Nominal ResistanceLubrication Fitting
Maximum Permissible Pilot Pressure3.7400 in
Weight (approx.)Open
Determining Operating CharacteristicsHeavy Duty
Drive Power0.7500 in
Rotary stiffnessCast Steel
Maximum TorqueSingle V-Lock Collar
Maximum rotational speed46 lbs
Maximum Axial Force At StandstillBearing Steel
Control Pressure MeasurementClick here
Moment of inertia rotary group10.2350 in
Rate Of Pressure Change883450177429
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