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I am looking for V10 1T7T 11C20…
Submitted by: al
We do not stock any V10 pumps with the "T" 1-3/16-12 inlet and 3/4-16 outlet ports.
However, we do have the V101S7S 11C20 with a 1-5/16-12 inlet port and the same 3/4-16 outlet port in stock. Perhaps you could change the the inlet port hose or pipe?
ESTAMOS BUSCANDO UN MOTOR HIDRAULICO A PALETAS MARCA
VICKERS MOD . 50 M
DATOS 12/07 185.L B
AGRADECEMOS ALGUNA INFORMACION
O A DONDE DEBEMOS DIRIGIRNOS PARA DICHA CONSULTA
Y POSTERIOR COMPRA
Submitted by: jorge
The 50M is no longer available, but you may be able to get some parts. You can use this PDF to get part numbers.
I have pump with V214 5 1B 12 on top line 43 in a square box with S214 to the right of it on lower line. It is powered with electric motor. I am not able to find this model to determine what it will do can you help?
Submitted by: sonchoo
Here is a PDF which will give you some information about your old V214 5 1B 12 vane pump. It is no longer available.
If you need to replace it you will need to get a V20 1P 6P 1C 11. It is very similar but is 6 GPM instead of 5 GPM. Our part number is 296760.
We are looking 2 hydraulic vane pumps for a sheet machine with the number V10 1B7B 1C20. It is a 0.2 Cubic Inch Displacement with a 2 bolt SAE mounting flange,3/4 staight keyed flange and 1" NPT scution by 1/2 NPT pressure ports.
Submitted by: BRIGHT TEMBO
I have an 11hp honda with a 2-1 reduction driving what looks like an old vickers power steering pump with the pot on top. I have had it tested and it has a constant flow of 13liters pm (at any revs) at 3000psi. I have obviously over powered it as I can stall the two fishing winches with the motor only a bit above an idle and only loads it a little. It has no numbers on it and the identifying tag it appears to have had is missing in action. I would like to know what it is so I can get another one and couple it up with the right size engine. I use it with a splitter and drive two large deck winches for fishing in deep water (300 to 800 meters) or singularly to drive the crab pot winch.
Submitted by: Chris Hain
The pump you describe is most likely a
VTM Pump as it was commonly used on fishing boats. We do carry the most common version and can get the others.
Here is a link to the Eaton / Vickers product information PDF, Page 89 which will provide more information about the VTM Pump.
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