7.6 cu in WHITE DRIVE PRODUCTS 157125W31N9AAAAA HYDRAULIC MOTOR
New, WHITE DRIVE PRODUCTS hydraulic motor. Spool valve design intended for those applications requiring high torque in a compact size, such as mobile, industrial, and agricultural applications.
Brand White Drive Products
Displacement 7.6 cu. in. / rev.
Motor Type Gerotor
Pressure: 2320 PSI cont. 2540 PSI int.
Torque: 2285 in-lbs. cont. 2460 in-lbs. int.
Speed: 559 RPM cont. 599 RPM int.
Flow: 16 GPM cont. 20 GPM int.
Mount Four-bolt wheel
Shaft 28.5mm dia. tapered x 4.69" long shaft w/ 3/16" key and threaded end w/ castle nut
I was wondering if i can variate rpm by adjusting flow pressure? Also, is it bidirectional rotation? Thank you!
A: Speed is proportional to the input flow. Power is proportional to the system pressure. These are reversible motors.
Date Submitted: 09/15/2018
Do you have the taper details for this? Thanks,
A: Page 51 of the linked document has the specs for the 28.5mm tapered shaft.
Date Submitted: 09/07/2018
Can you please add to the Item number 9-8832-B a 1:6 reducer?
A: We have no reducers to add, and any torque hub will typically require a splined shaft instead of tapered.
Date Submitted: 06/15/2018
CAN YOU RUN 2 OF THESE MOTORS CONSECUTIVLY OFF OF 1 PUMP?
A: They can be operated in series at the full rated speed if the pressure through both motors remains below 1000 psi. Operation in series above that pressure at the full rated continuous speed will result in a reduced shaft seal lifespan or failure. This motor can operate at approximately 250 rpm and retain shaft seal integrity at the continuous rated pressure of 2320 psi.
Date Submitted: 05/24/2018
I'm thinking about using 4 of these hydraulic motors to power a UTV style 4 wheel drive cart, are there wheel hubs available for these. Or would there be a better motor available.
A: We do not have any hubs available for metric shafts. Any of the wheel motors with standard shafts may be easier to find hubs for. We carry hubs for 1-1/4" tapered and 1-1/2" tapered.
Date Submitted: 03/01/2017
will this motor perform well at a low of 1.4 rpms what flow and pressure will it require at that speed ?? if not can you suggest another motor thanks
A: The internal slippage inherent to hydraulic motors would very likely make turning this motor that slowly impossible. We have no good suggestions for a motor that will perform reliably at that speed by itself. A reduction gearbox or a sprocket and chain reduction set may be the only way to drop that low.