Motor Driven Gear Pump
A motor-driven gear pump discharges oil at low operating pressures. Assembly is furnished with two discharge outlets and is normally used to deliver oil to individual areas on machine. Typically, the pump is mounted in machine oil sump.
Oil outputs normally flow back to a machinery sump area where pump is located to recirculate the oil. Unit does not have a bypass flow control valve. Outputs may be redirected through external control valves if required. Unit can be used with single line resistance metering devices to feed multiple points – consult Bijur Delimon. Models are available for various electrical voltages.