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Hydraulic Reciprocating Pump

The term reciprocating is defined as back-and forth motion. In the reciprocating pump it is this back-and-forth motion of pistons inside of cylinders that provides the flow of fluid. Reciprocating pumps, like rotary pumps, operate on the positive principle—that is, … Continue reading

14. January 2011 by Jack
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Hydraulic Pump Designs

In most rotary hydraulic pumps (Figure 3-3), the design is such that the pumping chambers increase in size at the inlet, thereby creating a vacuum. The chambers then decrease in size at the outlet to push fluid into a system. … Continue reading

12. January 2011 by Jack
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