Hydraulic Pumps for Sale USA
Any time you need hydraulic pumps for sale in the USA, Gorilla Spares will be ready to help. Whether you need a part for an aerospace, industrial, agricultural or manufacturing application, we’ll have it. We can even help if you need an obsolete part, a part that’s out of production, or anything else that you’ll have a hard time finding from any other source. Even better is the fact that everything we sell comes with a one-year performance guarantee.
A Hydraulic Pump for Every Need
No matter what type of hydraulic pump you’re looking for, Gorilla Spares will have it in stock. There are the most common types of pumps we carry.
- Vane pumps – These pumps work in a wide range of vane orientations, including rolling fanes, sliding vanes, flexible vanes, swinging vanes and more. These pumps are very durable because they don’t have internal parts that create wear and tear. They pump several types of liquids, such as ammonia and refrigerant, and can handle many types of viscosities. Soft-drink machines and road construction equipment typically use vane pumps.
- Piston pumps – A piston pump is a true workhorse, delivering top performance in extremely complex and high-pressure environments, such as cranes, asphalt pavers, mining equipment, utility booms and many others. As the name implies, a piston pump contains a piston that moves inside a cylinder, displacing fluid so it can move throughout the pump.
- Gear pumps – Gear pumps are basic pumps that contain two external gears. These gears are in different sizes so one can rotate inside the other.
Is Your Hydraulic Pump About to Fail? Here are Some Ways to Tell
Hydraulic pumps are critical to a vast range of applications. They’re also incredibly hard working pieces of equipment – and prone to wear and tear as a result. If you don’t spot the sign of a potential problem, the pump could fail. These are just a few of the signs that you either need to repair your pump, clean it thoroughly, or replace it entirely.
- Banging and knocking sounds – Since a hydraulic pump has to work so hard, it’s only natural that it’s going to make a lot of noise. There are some pumps that come with mufflers, but for the most part they’re going to be loud. But when you start hearing sounds you don’t normally hear, such as banging and knocking, that can be a major problem. The reason this is happening is that there isn’t enough pressure in the pump, which, in turn, is allowing air to enter. This issue can be repaired if caught soon enough. If not, then the pump will likely need to be replaced.
- Seal failure – This could mean there’s a bent rod inside the pump, or the rod is not aligned properly for some reason. A seal problem typically requires a repair rather than a replacement – just make sure you take it to an experienced technician.
- Inside or outside leaks – A leak of any kind isn’t good, of course. But this is especially the case for an outside leak. If you see fluid outside the pump, that will probably mean it will fail. On the other hand, an inside leak usually only needs a cleaning or a minor repair. It means a valve or seal may need to be tightened or replaced. You’ll know it’s an inside leak if the pressure inside the pump suddenly drops, or it doesn’t work as efficiently as normal.
Contact Gorilla Spares
The experts with Gorilla Spares are ready to help whenever you need to find hydraulic pumps for sale in the USA. Contact us online or call (239) 888-0476.