"Concentric/Haldex Cast Iron Hydraulic Gear Pump - 2.6 Cu. In., Model# F20W-2W13T1-G1A10L-S63"

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"Heavy-duty cast iron pump has high pressure capability. Pressure-balanced. Operates at up to 3600 RPM. Similar to Webster YD Series. Parker M Series. Rexroth S20, Cross 50P, Cessna 25550, Ultra 2PX, 2PR and 3PR. Commercial P330, and Tyrone P16. Standard SAE 2-bolt B flange, 4.00in. diameter pilot with 7/8in. x 1 5/8in. shaft, 1/4in. square key. SAE O-ring ports inlet 1 5/8-20, outlet 1 1/16-12. 85 efficient. Shaft Diameter in. 7/8 x 1 5/8, Material Cast iron, Max. PSI 4,000, GPM 20.3, 40.4, Rotations Per Minute 3,600. Cubic Inch Size 2.60 Rotation CCW Flow at 1800 RPM 20.3 GPM Flow at 3600 RPM 40.4 GPM Maximum PSI 4000"

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asked 9 months ago on "Concentric/Haldex Cast Iron Hydraulic Gear Pump - 2.6 Cu. In., Model# F20W-2W13T1-G1A10L-S63"

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To determine the HP needed to run this pump you would need to use this formula, take the GPM times the PSI you are going to use, then divide by 1371.

Example: 13.9 GPM x 4000 PSI divided by 1371 = 59 HP

Example: 13.9 GPM x 4000 PSI divided by 1371 = 59 HP

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asked 2 years, 5 months ago on "Concentric/Haldex Cast Iron Hydraulic Gear Pump - 2.6 Cu. In., Model# F20W-2W13T1-G1A10L-S63"

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The overall dimensions are 8" L x 6 15/16" W x 6 1/4" H, 6" L not counting the shaft or flange. The bolt spacing is 5 3/4" center of hole to center of hole and the pilot flange depth is 3/8".

answered 2 years, 4 months ago

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ProductExpert19

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Would the rotation of this pump be from looking at the back or the shaft? I am interested in buying it but my engine's rotation is CCW and I want to make sure this one will work.

asked 3 years, 5 months ago on "Concentric/Haldex Cast Iron Hydraulic Gear Pump - 2.6 Cu. In., Model# F20W-2W13T1-G1A10L-S63"

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The rotation is looking at the shaft.

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