High Pressure Pumps

High-pressure pumps are ideal for fluid transfers, capable of delivering pressures up to 30 bar, and work efficiently depending on the viscosity of the fluid. Such pumps operate on the principle of positive displacement and contain two moving parts.

The circular motion provided by the motor is transferred from the pump shaft to the gear (Transmission Gear). The Transmission Gear takes this motion and transmits it to the opposite gear (Receiving Gear) in the opposite direction, causing the gears to separate from each other in the suction area and creating a vacuum.

This vacuum allows the pump to draw in a certain amount of liquid. The liquid taken in moves through the tooth gaps towards the thrust zone. In the thrust zone, the pressure created by the engagement of the gears allows the liquid to be pumped out.

With each shaft rotation, the pump transfers the total volume of the pump while creating a pressure proportional to the resistance in the system. This shows that the capacity of the pump is directly related to its size and rotational speed, thus maximizing the efficiency of high-pressure pumps.

CAPACITY CHART GABARITE SIZE PART LIST
Pump Variations
Pumps Table
PUMP TYPEPUMP MODELINLET/OUTLETMax. PressureIN OUTDOORMOST USEDPOWER (KW)WEIGHT (KG)
lt/rotationlt/minm³/hrpmKWHPMINMAX
HIGH PRESSUREYB 0.5¾”300,01420,31,2515000,7510,252,28
YB 11″- 3/4″300,027402,415005,57,51,57,514
YB 21¼”- 1″300,0831257,51500111531128