HYDRAULIC MOTOR Brand new. PARKER model MGG20025-BA1A3Use as hydraulic pump or motor for agricultural, commercial applications. Geroter design with heavy duty bearings, aluminum case, Buna-N seals. (click here to see the same pump with side ports) SPECIFICATIONS
Would this pump work for turning a front mount 51" broom? I know it's not powerful enough for a snowblower or anything, but I wouldn't think a broom would take much power. My tractor hydraulics put out 5.3 GPM at a max of 2500PSI and I want it to spin around 2000RPM, +/- 20%, so it seems like this would work.
A: We cannot state the suitability of this pump/motor in that application. Research into what is used on other machines performing that same duty would lead to a concrete answer.
Date Submitted: 01/30/2018
could this motor be used for a hydraulic drive chainsaw? input of 2000psi and 10gpm
A: Provided that the shaft and seal will handle any load developed by the application, it may. It can tolerate that flow and pressure.
Date Submitted: 10/11/2017
does this motor need a case drain, if so what conditions. what size is the case drain.
A: This motor was not designed with a case drain, and has no case drain port.
Date Submitted: 08/06/2017
Does this motor seem appropriate to power a 3-blade 60" rotary mower deck? Blade speed needs to be 3000 to 3500 RPM. Input will be from a 9.5 gpm pump with a 2100 psi max pressure. Given 85% efficiency, if this pump was plumbed as priority in the system, that should give it around 8 gpm input at or below 2000 psi, right?
A: No, this motor seems far to small physically to power that size of deck. At 8 gpm and 2000 psi, the motor would produce around 9 hp. That's a tremendous amount of hp to transmit through a 9/16" shaft. While it would possibly turn it under no load, the shaft may well snap as soon as loaded.
Date Submitted: 04/14/2017
Where can I purchase an arbor for this motor to adapt to a 1" hole in a saw blade?
A: It is unknown to us where such an item could be found.
Date Submitted: 04/09/2017
what is the torque at 2000psi?
A: At 2000 PSI the torque will be 185 in.lb.
Date Submitted: 02/10/2016
Will a 5000 remember motor run a hydraulic chainsaw
A: It should with that RPM.
Date Submitted: 01/24/2016
Any change of seals or anything else to change from motor to pump?
A: This is actually set up as a motor which has better seals than a pump. No changes are needed to use in either appplication.