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What are the main features and benefits of gear pump of fuel dispensers for sale?

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Gear pumps of fuel dispensers for sale, such as EG1 (, EG3 (, EG5 (, EG6 ( and EG7 (, are compact and simple with a limited number of moving parts. They are unable to match the pressure generated by reciprocating the gear pumps of fuel dispensers for sale or the flow rates of centrifugal pumps but offer higher pressures and throughputs than vane or lobe pumps. Gear pumps of fuel dispensers for sale are particularly suited for pumping oils and other high viscosity fluids.


Of the two designs, external gear pumps of fuel dispensers for sale are capable of sustaining higher pressures (up to 3,000 psi) and flow rates because of the more rigid shaft support and closer tolerances. Internal gear pumps of fuel dispensers for sale have better suction capabilities and are suited to high viscosity fluids, although they have a useful operating range from 1cP to over 1,000,000cP. Since output is directly proportional to rotational speed, gear pumps of fuel dispensers for sale are commonly used for metering and blending operations. Gear pumps of fuel dispensers for sale can be engineered to handle aggressive liquids. While they are commonly made from cast iron or stainless steel, new alloys and composites allow the pumps to handle corrosive liquids such as sulphuric acid, sodium hypochlorite, ferric chloride and sodium hydroxide.


External gear pumps of fuel dispensers for sale can also be used in hydraulic power applications, typically in vehicles, lifting machinery and mobile plant equipment. Driving a gear pump of fuel dispensers for sale in reverse, using oil pumped from elsewhere in a system (normally by a tandem pump in the engine), creates a hydraulic motor. This is particularly useful to provide power in areas where electrical equipment is bulky, costly or inconvenient. Tractors, for example, rely on engine-driven external gear pumps to power their services.