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F2+ Piston Pumps

     F2 Plus series are a direct PTO mounting twin-flow piston pump. Each flow is entirely independent and can operate two independent work functions. Flows can also be combined to create three different flow amounts with a fixed displacement piston pump. Search Lifco Hydraulics F2 piston pump stock below:

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3781453F02-053-053-R4 In Stock$1848.70
3781454F02-053-053-L3 In Stock$1848.70
3781470F02-070-035-R2 In Stock$1960.70
3781471F02-070-035-L1 In Stock$1960.70


Max operating pressure: (bar) 350
Max shaft speed: (rpm) - unloaded pump; low pressure 2550
Max selfpriming speed: (rpm) - Port A & B pressurized 1800
Max selfpriming speed: (rpm) - Port A unloaded, pressure in port B 2100
Input power: (KW) - Max intermittent/max continuous 110 / 88
Weight: (Kg) 19
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Application: F2-73/33 Bent Axis Piston Pump

     A refuse truck manufacturer requested a pump to supply the hydraulic oil to move the platen in his new recycling compactor design. The hydraulic cylinders need to move quickly; but, also exert the high force necessary to squeeze the material in the truck. He needs to make the most use of the power take off’s 50 horsepower at 2100 RPM. Parker’s fixed displacement bent axis piston pump model F2-73/33 Twin-Flow truck pump was used. This one pump has two output flows, each independent of the other. At 2100 RPM one output supplies 40 GPM and the other 18 GPM. Together they deliver 58 GPM and can produce 1500 PSI with the 50 horsepower available. This satisfies the quick cylinder travel at low load. But, as soon as the load (pressure) begins to tax the engine’s capability, the larger of the two pumps is unloaded, leaving the smaller pump to do the work of crushing the refuge. Once again, the available 50 horsepower is harnessed to produce up to 5,000 PSI of can crushing force. If a single output, fixed displacement pump were used this same feat would require more than 170 horsepower!