Parker are one of the biggest players in the hydraulics industry, providing motion and control technologies and systems for a variety of applications in the commercial, mobile, industrial and aerospace markets. Parker’s scope of products covers: hydraulic accumulators, hydraulic cartridge valves, hydraulic controls, hydraulic filters, hydraulic pumps and motors, hydraulic systems, hydraulic valves, hydraulic cylinders, hose and accessories.
You can find out more about Parker and their product range (and Parker hydraulic pumps in particular) over on our main website. But as you’re probably here because you’re looking for information on Parker hydraulic pumps, let’s talk a little on one or two in their range and also showcase some of our own experience too:
With operating pressures of up to 420 Bar (5000 psi) and speeds up to 3000 rpm, the heavy-duty Parker PV series axial piston pump (PVplus, pictured) has a sturdy design that provides circuit dependability for even the toughest of industrial applications. It is available in displacements from 16-360cc for operating pressure up to 420 Bar.
Other characteristics of these particular Parker hydraulic pumps comprise:
- Compact, service-friendly design with flexible mounting interface;
- Less noise during operation;
- High operating efficiency for lower power consumption and decreased heat generation;
- Simple hydraulic controls with “no-leak” adjustments;
- High self-priming speed capabilities;
- Modular compensators with fast response;
- FEM optimised housing and pre-compression chamber to ensure low output, pulsation and less noise to insulate.
With quality, high-demand products, like Parker hydraulic pumps, lead times can sometimes be prolonged causing unwelcome challenges for end users and original equipment manufacturers alike. But the team at Hydraulics Online don’t mind a challenge…
A company specialising in the design and manufacture of heat exchangers got in touch with our technical team needing 5 Parker hydraulic pumps (PV Series axial piston pumps) on a rapid delivery time. They had already tried contacting a few of other hydraulic suppliers, only to be repeatedly told that delivery times would be 8-10 weeks. We tried harder…
Our technical sales team are rich in hydraulic knowledge and experience, having over 75 years between them to be precise, and certainly don’t like to be beaten. And they weren’t. We quoted the 5 Parker axial piston pumps that the customer required on a better – 5 week – lead time. And, as an ISO 9001 accredited company we always deliver as we promise and do what we say we’re going to do. The result? Another very happy customer who took delivery of his Parker hydraulic pumps three weeks earlier than he had originally been told was possible!
We deliver to over 150 countries around the world – technology and extensive carrier networks actually make the world a very small place – and as well as Parker hydraulic pumps, we supply a vast range from other big name and niche suppliers alike including: gear pumps, rotary vane pumps, fixed displacement pumps / screw pumps,bent axis piston pumps, axial piston pumps and radial piston pumps. If you’re up against particularly tight deadlines or budgets, we can often offer quality, direct equivalents to well-known hydraulic brands, then there’s our hydraulic repair service offering an alternative cost-effective solution for you.
If you’re not sure on what sort of hydraulic pump you need, our experienced technical team can help determine the one that will be best suited to your application. As we’ve shown, we’re always up for a challenge and can usually work miracles with seemingly obsolete hydraulic pumps too! Our catalogue showcases some of the hydraulic pumps, and other products, that we regularly supply – but it really is just a sample, so if you can’t find what you’re looking for then we’re confident that we’ll still be able to help.