HK 9RD 04 BG1

Gear flow divider, size 1 9RD 4-way



Properties

Design internal leak oil discharge, without central phase compensation valves
Recommended speed 1800 - 2000 rpm
Rotational speed range 1200 - 2700 U/min
Pressure difference max. 30 bar (between the sections)

Description

This flow divider is used to supply four independent hydraulic circuits with just one pump
Division error approx. 3%
Configuration of gear flow dividers: qi = Q/z * 1000/n
qi = displacement/section [cm3]; Q = total intake volumetric flow [l/min]; z = no. of sections; n = rotating speed [rpm]

Hints

Before commissioning the system, the first running-in of the gear flow divider should be under no load.
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Diagrams and circuit diagrams essentially valid as schematic diagrams also for 4-way flow dividers.

Article Table

Product Name Intake volume per section cc p1 max. bar p2 max. bar Flow per element min. L/min Flow per element max. L/min Flow per element L/min A mm Li mm Weight kg
Product Name Intake volume per section cc p1 max. bar p2 max. bar Flow per element min. L/min Flow per element max. L/min Flow per element L/min A mm Li mm Weight kg
HK 9RD 04 18 1,70 220 270 2,00 9,50 4,00 44 382 4,45
HK 9RD 04 20 2,20 220 270 2,50 13,00 5,00 46 390 4,50
HK 9RD 04 21 2,60 220 270 3,00 16,00 6,00 48 398 4,65
HK 9RD 04 23 3,20 220 270 3,50 19,00 7,00 50 406 4,80
HK 9RD 04 25 3,80 200 240 4,50 22,50 8,00 52 414 6,00
p1 = max. working pressure - p2 = max. peak pressure

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