PAKER YB1-80 Piston Pump

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Brand Name:PAKER
Model Number:YB1-80
Controlled Flow Rate:15.0 LB
Manufacturer Part No.:Flange Mount
Port Orientation - Shaft End:Right Hand (CW)
Shaft Key:2 gal/min @ 1200 rpm
Port Orientation - Cover End:1
Mounting:BSPP
Relief Valve Setting:3/16 in
Cover End RPM [Max:20

Product Details

Controlled Flow Rate15.0 LB
Manufacturer Part No.Flange Mount
Port Orientation - Shaft EndRight Hand (CW)
Shaft Key2 gal/min @ 1200 rpm
Port Orientation - Cover End1
MountingBSPP
Relief Valve Setting3/16 in
Cover End RPM [Max20
Max. RPM [Max2 gpm @ 1200 rpm
Seal Material1
Pressure Port Size, Shaft End0.75 in
RotationStraight w/ Key
Cover End Flow @ RPM3 gpm @ 1750 rpm
Spline DescriptionV10
Cover End Pressure [Max1 3/4 in
Shaft End Flow @ RPMSingle
Minor Diameter [Min1/2 in BSPP
WeightBuna-N
Displacement Shaft End (cu in/revolution)4500
Displacement Cover End (cu in/revolution)2500 psi
Shaft End Pressure [Max3
Pump SeriesB
Shaft End RPM [MaxSAE A, 2 Bolt
Major Diameter [MinB
Mounting Flange1
Integral Valve Configuration90┬░ CW from Inlet
GPM @ 1,800 rpm, Shaft End0.4
GPM @ 1,800 rpm, Cover Endw/o Integral Valves
Pressure Port Size, Cover End1D
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