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Dynamic Gear Pump - .97 Cu. In., Model# GP-F20-16-P-C

Item# 1029
All-aluminum high-pressure hydraulic gear pump. GPM 12.59, Rotations Per Minute 3,000, Shaft Diameter in. 5/8, Material Aluminum, Weight lbs. 6.27, Max. PSI 2,900. Displacement size 97 cu. in./revolution GPM 12.59 @ 3000 RPM PSI 2900 Rotation CW Standard mounting flange SAE A-2 2-bolt Standard ports SAE-12 inlet and SAE-10 outlet Standard drive shaft 5/8in. dia. straight with 5/32 straight key Max. RPM 3000 7/8in.-14 outlet
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What is the required hp to operate this pump

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There are other variable to determine the Hp required to operate this pump. Here is the formula to figure it out:

HP Required = Flow Rate (GPM) x System Pressure (PSI) / 1714 x % Pump Efficiency
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