The A6VM107 is a variable displacement axial piston pump that operates based on the swashplate principle.
It is designed to convert mechanical power into hydraulic energy, providing reliable and efficient performance. This pump is part of the medium-sized range and is widely used in industrial and mobile hydraulic systems.
One of the significant specifications of the A6VM107 is its displacement. The pump has a maximum displacement of 107 cm³/rev, indicating the volume of hydraulic fluid it can deliver per revolution. This displacement range enables the pump to meet the requirements of different applications, offering flexibility in hydraulic system design.
The A6VM107 pump is equipped with a robust and durable design, ensuring its longevity and reliability in demanding working conditions. Its housing is constructed from high-quality materials, providing excellent resistance to wear and corrosion. This makes the pump suitable for applications that involve heavy loads, high pressures, and challenging environments.
Furthermore, the A6VM107 offers a wide operating pressure range, typically from 400 to 450 bar (5,800 to 6,500 psi). This feature allows the pump to generate substantial hydraulic power, making it suitable for applications that demand high force and torque. Whether it's powering hydraulic motors, cylinders, or other hydraulic actuators, this pump can deliver the required pressure and flow efficiently.
The A6VM107 pump also incorporates advanced control options to optimize its performance and meet specific application needs.
It can be fitted with various control devices, such as pressure compensators, electronic control units, and proportional solenoids. These controls enable precise adjustment of the pump's displacement, speed, and response, enhancing system efficiency and stability.
In terms of operational efficiency, the A6VM107 offers high overall efficiency, thanks to its well-engineered design. The precise manufacturing tolerances, coupled with the quality components, minimize internal leakage and pressure losses, resulting in improved energy utilization. This efficiency not only reduces operating costs but also contributes to a greener and more sustainable hydraulic system.