Parker F2 series bent axis piston pumps provide excellent practicality and endurance; offering the ideal performance in even the most extreme industrial and mobile applications…
The F2 series Parker bent axis piston pump is a further development of the twin-flow version of series F1, the very first bent-axis truck pump on the market to comprise of two completely seperate flows. With the ideal build-up of the hydraulic system, the main advantage with a Twin-Flow Pump is that three different flows can be given at the same engine speed. Featuring a Smart System Solution, F2 pumps are highly reliable at speeds up to 2100 rpm at 400 bar (5,000 PSI). The F2 hydraulic pump is has a cost-effective and simple design and its small envelope size gives an easy and low cost installation.
Features of the Parker F2 series piston pump include:
- Displacement from 45-70 cc;
- Accessories for direct mount on Engine PTO;
- 3 flows from 1 pump. 2 separate flows which can be combined;
- High self-priming speeds;
- Increased cost-effectiveness;
- Less noise;
- Laminated piston rings;
- Installation above the reservoir level possible;
- Operating pressures up to 400 bar;
- Shaft end and mounting flange for all sizes has ISO-DIN standard 5462;
- Small installation dimensions;
- Tolerates low and high temperature shocks.
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