Vickers (Eaton) PVQ20 B2R SE1S 21 C21 12
Do you need a quick replacement for your Vickers (Eaton) PVQ20 B2R SE1S 21 C21 12 Piston Pump? Gorilla Spares is here to help. We know how damaging downtime can be to the operations of any manufacturing or industrial company. That’s why we keep a vast amount of parts in stock, and can get them to you the same day you order it. We’re passionate about customer service, and we’ve earned the trust of companies across the country. We welcome the opportunity to earn your trust as well.
What Kind of Hydraulic Pump is Right for You?
We not only carry a replacement for the PVQ20-B2R-SE1S-21-C21-12 Piston Pump, we have several other types of hydraulic pumps as well. If you have any questions whatsoever as to whether or not the equipment you’re interested in is the exact right fit for your specific application, we’ll be more than happy to answer them.
In the meantime, here’s a quick look at some of the more common types of hydraulic pumps we sell.
- Piston pumps – These are perfect for applications that require high pressure, such as a cranes mounted on trucks. A piston pump can have one or two pistons, each comprised of cylinders. The piston (or pistons) move up and down, helping to keep a large amount of fluid moving through the hydraulic system.
- Vane pumps – Vane pumps, as the name implies, are built with several thin vanes that protrude from a rotating shaft. The purpose of the vanes is to split the housing of the pump into several different compartments. Each compartment transports fluid in response to the movement of the central rotor. These pumps are great for low viscosity fluids, such as solvents, gasoline, refrigerant, propane and ammonia.
- Gear pumps – This pump consists of two gears that intermesh. One of the gears is connected to the pump’s drive shaft. The gears pressurize hydraulic fluid as the shaft rotates.
How Can You Tell if You Need a New Hydraulic Pump?
If you notice any of the following, you’ll need to check your pump closely. Taking action now could help you avoid a failure that could severely damage the rest of your hydraulic system.
Are the pump’s seals continually leaking? That could mean that a rod is either bent, or hasn’t been properly aligned. You can more than likely get it repaired, as long as the technician is experienced in this type of work.
A pump can develop a leak on either the outside or the inside. Since you can’t see an internal leak, of course, you’ll need to be alert to potential performance issues that could indicate a leak is occurring. If the pressure suddenly drops, or you see oil on the pump’s exterior, you need to fix it. Thankfully, the repair is fairly straightforward. All you need to do is either tighten or replacing the seal or valve that has failed.
Any sort of strange sound, such as knocking or banging, could mean air has entered the system due to a lack of pressure. Fix this problem as soon as you can to reduce the chances of a system failure.
Contact Gorilla Spares if you need a replacement for your Vickers (Eaton) PVQ20 B2R SE1S 21 C21 12 Piston Pump. You can get in touch online or call (239) 888-0476.