Brand new, Cross hydraulic gear motor. Model 40MH12DACSC. Pressure balanced loading plates for high efficiency. Aluminum body for good heat dissipation. Pressure lubricated Teflon impregnated sleeve bearings. Internal check valves eliminate need for case drain at shaft seal pressures under 250 PSI.
My application is 10 GPM with pump flow @ 1000 PSI on a mower. Will this motor work under these conditions? The motors I have now are way too slow and I am trying to achieve around 2500 RPM if possible to get the blade speed faster. If this motor would not work, which one would. Thanks
A: This motor would work under those conditions. With that input flow you would theoretically turn 1848 rpm.
Date Submitted: 03/29/2018
I want to power an implement off the hydraulics on my skid steer. 11 gpm flow with 1700 pressure. What would be the RPM and torque this motor would put out?
A: Theoretically with no losses you could see 2030 rpm with 320 in/lbs of torque given those input values.
Date Submitted: 09/28/2017
Can you provide port selection for cw rotation as viewed from shaft end?
A: As facing the shaft, shaft high and idler (belly) low, pressure in the right hand port would produce CW motion of the shaft.
Date Submitted: 09/05/2017
How well will this work for building a hydraulic chain saw
A: With no other information about the system, we cannot say.
Date Submitted: 03/18/2017
will a cross 1.25 hyd motor 40mh12dac sc @ 6gpm 1400psi turn a automotive ac compressor being used as a portable air compressor . only need 30-40psi going for cfm (10-15) is this obtainable or am i going about this wrong?
A: That should work. You would have the hydraulic motor turning about 1100 RPM. Since the air pressure requirement is low that helps keep the power requirement of the drive motor down.