High Volume Aluminum Center PTO Pump Brand new PRINCE model HC-P-K11 hydraulic PTO gear pump. Ideal for adding hydraulic power to tractors and lawnscape equipment not already equipped with hydraulic circuits. Use to power hydraulic motors, front end loaders, mowers, rotary sweepers, etc. Two self-adjusting wear plates. Roller bearings on internally splined shaft. Aluminum center section. Inlet port and main outlet port on rear with SAE 12 auxiliary outlet on side. Includes a 2" hosebarb adapter for inlet port, 1" NPTF adapter for outlet port and a steel plug for the auxiliary outlet. Requires the addition of a restraining torque arm to prevent pump body rotation.
9.9 Cu. In. displ.
2,250 PSI max.
1,000 RPM input max.
Max output @ 1,000 RPM input: 40 GPM @ 2,000 PSI & 58.8 Hp input
Max output @ 540 RPM input: 21 GPM @ 2,000 PSI & 32.1 Hp input
what direction does this pump rotate PUMP HC-P-K11C
A: These pumps are designed to slide onto and be operated by a shaft which turns clockwise as facing into it.
Date Submitted: 01/05/2019
What is the difference in performance of the HC-P-K11 and the HC-P-K11C. What applications would you use the HC-P-K11 and what applications would you use the HC-P-K11C for?
A: The main differences lie in greater thermal and abrasion resistance properties in the cast section vs. the aluminum section pumps. Applications which have a higher duty cycle; have circuits with hydraulic motors; and will operate at higher temperatures would be better served with the cast section pumps. Aluminum sections pumps are well suited to standard duty applications where weight is a consideration.
Date Submitted: 10/31/2018
I know the pump is rated at 40 gpm. If the auxilary output is used aswell what does this reduce the main outlet to. The pump is slightly to big for what i need, i require a 35gpm pump to drive a hydraulic winch. I Would use the auxilary to feed a cooling coil within the winch and was hoping this would reduce the main output down. Can you please clarify what the main output of the pump would be in gpm if it were used as i have described. The cooling coil would basically be on when the pump is and is just open return to reservoir. Cheers Ian
A: The two outlet ports are strictly for plumbing convenience. There is no way to have any control over the volume you would be getting from the ports. To do what you are looking to accomplish you should put a flow divider on the pump outlet to split it between the two circuits.