Hydraulic Pumps
Different types of hydraulic pumps

What is a Hydraulic Pump and Why do You Need It?

Hydraulic pumps are sources of power for many dynamic machines. Hydraulic pumps are capable of pushing large amounts of oil through hydraulic cylinders or hydraulic motors. In this fashion, the pump converts the mechanical energy of the drive (i.e. torque, speed) into hydrostatic energy (i.e. flow, pressure). You can use hydraulic machines - equipped with a pump - to do different types of work such as lift, lower, open, close or rotate components.

A hydraulic pump is the source of power of your hydraulic system making it the most critical component.

Hydraulic pumps operate according to the displacement principle. This involves the existence of mechanically sealed chambers in the pump. Through these chambers, fluid is transported from the inlet (suction port) of the pump to the outlet (pressure port). The sealed chambers ensure that there is no direct connection between the two ports of the pump. As a result, these pumps are very suitable to operate at high system pressures and are ideal for hydraulics.

Use single chamber vane pumps or piston pumps to operate a hydraulic pump with variable displacement.

Hydraulic pumps are manufactured depending on different functional and hydraulic system requirements, such as operating medium, required range of pressure, type of drive, etc. A large range of design principles and configurations exists behind hydraulic pumps. Consequently, not every pump can fully meet all sets of requirements to an optimum degree. Three different types of hydraulic pumps exist: gear pumps, piston pumps and vane pumps.

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We supply fixed and variable displacement hydraulic pumps

Gear Pumps

Gear pumps have very few moving parts, work smoothly, and operate very well at pressures around 210 bar. It is the pump with higher speeds up to 3000-6000 rpm.

Type of gear pumps

Piston Pumps

Hydraulic piston pumps handle very large flows at high hydraulic system pressures. Applications are mobile and construction equipment, marine, offshore and industrial.

Type of piston pumps

Vane Pumps

Hydraulic vane pumps operate with much lower flow pulsation, i.e. constant flow. As such, vane pumps produce less noise while maintaining a high speed.

Type of vane pumps

RELIABLE PARTNER FOR ALL YOUR HYDRAULIC SUPPLIES AND REPAIRS

DTA is serving your industry with the supply of hydraulic parts and hydraulic components for more than 25 years. Since 2010 we have been fully qualified and certified as distributor hydraulics by Parker Hannifin. Together we developed a rapid delivery program for the genuine Denison Hydraulics single and multiple vane pumps. We support industrial and mobile applications and hold a considerable inventory of genuine parts, components and sub-assemblies.

Vane pumps and genuine spare parts in stock; over 25,000 configurations listed in our online pump catalogue!

Currently we can supply over 20,000 pump configurations from stock. All the hydraulic parts and components that we supply are new and genuinely manufactured by the high quality hydraulic manufacturer of your choosing. DTA can be your one-stop-shop and supplies high-quality brands only such as Parker Hannifin (Denison Hydraulics, Olaer, Calzoni, VOAC, Sterling Hydraulics), Bosch Rexroth (Brüninghaus, Eppensteiner, Hägglunds, Hydromatik, Oil-Control), Bucher Hydraulics, Moog, STAR Hydraulics, Hydac and Eaton (Char-Lynn, Eaton Hydraulics, Integrated Hydraulics, Vickers).