Continental Hydraulics pumps are known for their rugged and reliable performance in even the harshest of environments
The range comprises:
HPVR Axial Piston Pumps: Variable displacement pumps with simple construction for long, dependable service. Available in 5 displacements, with 13.8 to 241 bar (200 to 3500 psi) continuous duty and up to 276 bar intermittently.
LPV Axial Piston Pumps: Variable displacement, pressure-compensated piston pumps that give reliable, fast and quiet control. Available in 5 sizes, operating pressure is 210 bar (3000 psi), with flows at 1800 rpm.
PVER Vane Pumps: Variable displacement, direct spring, pressure compensated vane pumps. Available in 4 displacements up to 23.3 cc/rev and flow rates to 40 litres/minute.
PVR Vane Pumps: PowerFlow™ variable displacement, pressure compensated vane pumps. Available in 4 sizes and a pressure of 1500 psi rated at full rated flow.
PVX Vane Pumps: PowerFlow™ vane pump, variable displacement and pressure compensated with an actual displacement range from 16.8 cc/rev to 99 cc/rev and speeds to 1750 rpm. These pumps are designed to meet the needs of machine tools and environments where high performance and low noise are essential.
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