Cast iron gear pumps and motors from jbj Techniques Limited

CAST IRON GEAR PUMPS & MOTORS 03 22 High working pressures High efficiency at high temperatures High speeds Quality Products for Mechanical & Fluid Power

® patented Elika profile is everything 01737 767493 info@jbj.co.uk www.jbj.co.uk - registered in England No: 1185469 - jbj Techniques Limited is ISO certificated, committed to international coordination & unification of industrial standards. A range of products ATEX certificated to directive 94/9/E requirements The new range of cast iron gear pumps and motors fully represents Marzocchi Pompe S.p.A.'s determination to further expand the largest available selection of external gear pumps and motors in order to deliver to the Customer everything they need and support them in applications requiring very high pressures, optimal performance and endurance . . . Highworking pressures » High efficiency at high temperatures » High speeds » an excellence in engineering You Tube THE NEW FULL CAST IRON RANGE BY MARZOCCHI POMPE www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-gear-pumps-and-motors.html

The details contained within this catalogue are reproduced in accordance with the latest information at going to press ................ E & OE Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Contents Page Group 2 Pumps & Motors Ordering Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Installation Notes, Cleaning & Filtering the System, Hydraulic Fluids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 3 PUMPS ~ Frequently Used Formulas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 MOTORS ~ Frequently Used Formulas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Gear Pumps FCIP2 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Gear Motors FCIM2 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Series 2 Flange & Shaft Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Series 2 Ports Options with European Flange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Series 2 Ports Options with A Flange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 11 Series 2 Drain Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Series 2 Built-in Valves Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 - 14 Group 3 Pumps & Motors Ordering Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Gear Pumps FCIP3 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Gear Motors FCIM3 Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Series 3 Flange & Shaft Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Series 3 Port Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 - 22 Series 3 Drain Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Series 3 Built-in Valves Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 - 25 Marzocchi Pompe Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Applications Medical Equipment New Energy Sources Plastic Injection Moulding Machines Machine Tools and Testing Equipment Industrial Sector Material Handling Municipal and Sweeping Machines Presses & Waste Compactors Lifting Platforms Automotive Sector and Microhydraulics iv www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html #DriveLineHarmony

1 www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html #DriveLineHarmony Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Series 2 Ordering Codes Seals *Only upon request to our Technical Dept. and only on monodirectional pumps and motors Group 2

140 - 210 bar > 210 bar 9 8 20/18/15 19/17/14 12 15 m 6 -- 12 m Pressure < 140 bar NAS 1638 Class 10 ISO 4406 Class 21/19/16 Ratio x = 75 25 40 m InstallationNotes Some general considerations should be made on the hydraulic system, in which the pump is to be fitted. Special attention should be given to hydraulic system design and assembly, especially to the intake, delivery and return pipes and position of system parts; valves, filters, tanks, heat exchangers and accumulators. Proper safety devices and reliable instruments to avoid fluid turbulence, especially in return pipe to the tank, and prevent air, water and foreign bodies from entering into the system are very important. It is also very important to equip the hydraulic system with a proper filtration unit. Before starting the system on a continuous basis, take some simple precautions: Check that the direction of rotation of the pump is correct with the drive shaft rotation. Check for proper alignment of pump shaft and motor shaft; it is necessary that the connection does not induce axial or radial loads. Protect drive shaft seal during pump painting. Check if contact area between seal ring and shaft is clean; dust could provoke quicker wear and leakage. Remove all dirt, chips and all foreign bodies from flanges that connect inlet and delivery ports. Ensure that intake and return pipes are always below fluid level and as far from each other as possible. Install the pump below head, if possible. Fill the pump with fluid, and turn it by hand. On first startup, set pressure limiting valves at minimum level possible. Avoid lower rotation speed than minimum allowed with pressure higher than P1. Do not start the system at low temperatures under load condi t ions or af ter long stops. Always avoid or l imi t load start ing to ensure longer pump l i fe. Start the system for a few minutes and turn on all components; bleed air from circuit to ensure correct filling. Check fluid level in the tank after loading all components. Gradually increase pressure, continuously check fluid and moving parts temperature, check rotation speed until you reach set operating values that shall be within the limits indicated in this catalogue. Cleaning and Filtering The System Most early failures of pumps are due to contaminated fluids. The extreme reduction of the tolerances required in the design of the pumps and therefore their operation with minimum clearances, are heavily influenced by contaminated fluid. Particles circulating in the fluid act as abrasive agents, damaging the surfaces they touch and increasing the quantity of contaminant. For this reason, ensure that system is perfectly clean during startup and keep it clean for this whole operating life. Necessary checks to limit contamination should be performed at regular intervals. Preventive maintenance is better than breakdownmaintenance! Preventive actions include: proper cleaning of the system during assembly, deburring, eliminating the welding scum and fluid filtering before filling up. Contamination level of system fluid should not exceed class 18/ 15 (ref. ISO 4406). Even fresh fluids might exceed this contamination level; therefore always pre-filter the fluid when filling up or topping up the system. Fit a proper tank; its capacity should be proportional to the volume displaced by the pump in one workingminute. Fluid contamination level check and correction during operation can be obtained through filters that retain the particles in the fluid. Two parameters tell which filter is most suitable: absolute filtering power and filtering ratio. Low absolute filtering power and high filtering ratio for small particles help ensure good filtration. It is then very important to limit not only maximum dimensions, but also the number of smaller particles that pass through the filter. It goes without saying that with an operating pressure increase and according to the system sophistication degree, filtering should become more and more efficient. The filtering system shall always ensure contamination levels do not exceed the values indicated below. Hydraulic Fluids Use mineral oil based hydraulic fluids that have good anti-wear, anti-foaming (rapid de-aeration), antioxidant, anti-corrosion and lubricating proprieties. Fluids should also comply with DIN 51525 and VDMA 24317 standards and get through 11 stage of FZG test. For the standard models, the temperature of the fluid should be between -20°C and +85°C. Fluid kinematic viscosity ranges are as follows: Minimum (short periods) 10mm²/s Maximum (cold start) 1000 mm²/s Recommended viscosity range 15 - 90 mm²/s Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Installation Notes 2 #DriveLineHarmony www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Intake line 0.5 ÷ 1.6 m/s Delivery line 2.0÷ 6.0 m/s Return line 1.6 ÷ 3.0 m/s Direction of Rotation Marzocchi gear pumps are available in both single rotation. Direction of rotation of single rotation pumps is conventionally defined as follows: when standing before the pump with driving shaft up with is projecting end towards the observer, the pump is rotating clockwise in case of right-hand rotation D; therefore, delivery side is on the right, whereas intake side is on the left. The contrary will happen with left-handed pumps S , keeping the same point of view. Drive Connect the pump to the motor using a flexible coupling so that no radial and/or axial force is transmitted to the pump shaft during rotation, otherwise pump efficiency will dramatically drop due to early wear of inner moving parts. Therefore, coupling must absorb inevitable even though reduced misalignment between pump shaft and motor shaft. Drive couplings should also move freely axially, enough for proper contact surface onto pump driving shaft. It is recommended to use self lubricating gear couplings to avoid the imposition of axial or radial loading. Please contact jbj Techniques technical office telephone: 01737 767493 or email: info@jbj.co.uk for further details. p (bar) P3 P2 P1 Pressure diagram as a function of time. max. 20 seconds max. 2 seconds t(sec) peak max. pressure intermittent max. pressure continuous max. pressure If fluids other than the above mentioned ones are used, please always indicate type of used fluid and operating conditions so that our Sales and Technical Department can consider possible problems for compatibility or useful life of system parts. Inlet Pressure Under standard working conditions, intake pipe pressure is lower than atmospheric pressure. The operating inlet pressure should range between 0.7 and 3 bar (absolute). Inlet and Delivery Lines Hydraulic system pipes should be installed with no sudden changes of direction, sharp bends and sudden differences in cross-section. They should not be too long or out of proportion. Pipe cross-section should be sized so that fluid velocity does not exceed recommended values. It is advisable to carefully consider the possible diameter reduction of the inlet or outlet pipes fitted on flange fittings. Reference values are the following: Pressure Definition 3 #DriveLineHarmony Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Installation Notes www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

PUMPS ~ Frequently Used Formulas Pumps are hydraulic machines converting mechanical power into hydraulic power. Fluid velocity Calculate the velocity (v) of a fluid in a pipe as follows: v =Q / 6 •A[m/s] Q= flow rate [litre/min] A = inside area of pipe [cm²] Absorbed flow rate Calculate flow rate (Q) as follows: Q= V • n • 10 -3 / hvol [litre/min] V = displacement [cm³/rotation] n = rotation speed [rotations per minute] hvol = pump volumetric efficiency (take 0.95 as an indicative value for rotation speeds ranging between 1000 and 2000 rotations per minute) Absorbed torque Calculate necessary torque (M) of a pump subject to pressure differential between inlet and delivery as follows: M= (V • Dp) / (62.8 • hhm) [Nm] V = displacement [cm³/rotation] Dp = pressure differential [bar] hhm= hydromechanical efficiency (take 0.80 as indicative value under cold conditions and 0.85 under working conditions). Absorbed power Calculate hydraulic power (P), delivered by amotor subject to a pressure differential between input and output as follows: P= (Q • Dp) / (600 • htot) [kW] Q= flow rate [litre/min.] Dp = pressure differential [bar] htot = total pump efficiency (hhm • hvol) Values for hvol and hhm (and consequently htot) depend on pressure differential between supply and delivery, rotation speed, fluid features (temperature and viscosity) and filtering degree. Cast Iron Gear Pumps FCIP2 & FCIP3 Series 4 #DriveLineHarmony www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

MOTORS ~ Frequently Used Formulas Motors are hydraulic machines converting hydraulic power into mechanical power. Fluid velocity Calculate the velocity (v) of a fluid in a pipe as follows: v =Q / 6 •A[m/s] Q= flow rate [litre/min] A = inside area of pipe [cm²] Absorbed flow rate Calculate flow rate (Q) as follows: Q= V • n • 10 -3 / hvol [litre/min] V = displacement [cm³/rotation] n = rotation speed [rotations per minute] hvol = pump volumetric efficiency (take 0.95 as an indicative value for rotation speeds ranging between 1000 and 2000 rotations per minute) Delivered torque Calculate necessary torque (M) of amotor subject to pressure differential between input and output as follows: M= (V • Dp • hhm) / 62,8 [Nm] V = displacement [cm³/rotation] Dp = pressure differential [bar] hhm= hydromechanical efficiency (take 0.80 as indicative value under cold conditions and 0.85 under working conditions). Delivered power Calculate hydraulic power (P), delivered by amotor subject to a pressure differential between input and output as follows: P= (Q • Dp • htot) / 600 [kW] Q= flow rate [litre/min.] Dp = pressure differential [bar] htot = total pump efficiency (hhm • hvol) Values for hvol and hhm (and consequently htot) depend on pressure differential between supply and delivery, rotation speed, fluid features (temperature and viscosity) and filtering degree. Cast Iron Gear Motors FCIM2 & FCIM3 Series 5 #DriveLineHarmony www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Cast Iron Gear Pumps FCIP2 Series Displacement P1 P2 P3 Rotat.Speed Mass A B C -1 -1 cm³ in³ bar psi bar psi bar psi min min kg lbs mm in mm in mm in FCIP2 - 4.5 4.50 0.27 270 3916 290 4206 320 4641 3500 500 4.37 9.64 48.3 1.90 27.3 1.07 55.8 2.20 FCIP2 - 6 6.00 0.37 270 3916 290 4206 320 4641 3500 500 4.46 9.84 51 2.01 30 1.18 58.5 2.30 FCIP2 - 8.5 8.50 0.52 270 3916 290 4206 320 4641 3500 500 4.65 10.24 55.5 2.19 34.5 1.36 63 2.48 FCIP2 - 11 11.00 0.67 250 3626 270 3916 300 4351 3000 500 4.86 10.72 60 2.36 39 1.54 67.5 2.66 FCIP2 - 14.5 14.50 0.88 250 3626 270 3916 300 4351 3000 500 5.41 11.93 69 2.72 37 1.46 74 2.91 FCIP2 - 17 17.00 1.04 250 3626 270 3916 280 4061 3000 500 5.64 12.44 73.5 2.89 41.5 1.63 78.5 3.09 FCIP2 - 19.5 19.50 1.19 210 3046 230 3336 250 3626 3000 500 5.84 12.87 77.7 3.06 44.7 1.76 96.7 3.81 FCIP2 - 26 26.00 1.59 190 2756 200 2901 210 3046 2500 500 6.29 13.87 90 3.54 57 2.24 109 4.29 FCIP2 - 31 31.00 1.89 160 2321 180 2611 190 2756 2000 500 6.71 14.79 98.5 3.87 65.5 2.58 117.5 4.62 3,937 100 1,22 31 Drenaggio 4,134 105 F E B A 0,61 15,5 *Example drawing of pump with SAE flange 6 #DriveLineHarmony Pump www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Cast Iron Gear Motors FCIM2 Series 0,61 15,5 1,22 31 1,89 48 1,969 50 L1 1,969 50 G F E L2 Drenaggio 4,134 105 Displacement P1 P2 P3 Rotat.Speed Mass A B C -1 -1 cm³ in³ bar psi bar psi bar psi min min kg lbs mm in mm in mm in FCIM2 - 6 6.00 0.37 270 3916 290 4206 320 4641 3500 500 4.46 9.84 51 2.01 30 1.18 58.5 2.30 FCIM2 - 8.5 8.50 0.52 270 3916 290 4206 320 4641 3500 500 4.65 10.24 55.5 2.19 34.5 1.36 63 2.48 FCIM2 - 11 11.00 0.67 250 3626 270 3916 300 4351 3000 500 4.86 10.72 60 2.36 39 1.54 67.5 2.66 FCIM2 - 14.5 14.50 0.88 250 3626 270 3916 300 4351 3000 500 5.41 11.93 69 2.72 37 1.46 74 2.91 FCIM2 - 17 17.00 1.04 250 3626 270 3916 280 4061 3000 500 5.64 12.44 73.5 2.89 41.5 1.63 78.5 3.09 FCIM2 - 19.5 19.50 1.19 210 3046 230 3336 250 3626 3000 500 5.84 12.87 77.7 3.06 44.7 1.76 96.7 3.81 FCIM2 - 26 26.00 1.59 190 2756 200 2901 210 3046 2500 500 6.29 13.87 90 3.54 57 2.24 109 4.29 *Example drawing of motor with SAE flange and rear ports 7 #DriveLineHarmony Motor www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Series 2 Flange & Shaft Options 8 #DriveLineHarmony www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

9 #DriveLineHarmony Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Series 2 Ports Options with European Flange Type Type Type Type www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

10 #DriveLineHarmony Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Series 2 Ports Options with A Flange Type Type Type www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

11 #DriveLineHarmony Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Series 2 Ports Options with A Flange Type Type Type www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

12 #DriveLineHarmony Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Series 2 Drain Options Type Type Type www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

13 #DriveLineHarmony Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Series 2 Built-in Valves Options VN - Check valve VM-E0/XXX - Relief valve with internal drain VM-E1/XXX - Relief valve with external drain www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

14 #DriveLineHarmony Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Series 2 Built-in Valves Options VM-E0-NO TAR - Adjustable relief valve with internal drain VM-E1-NO TAR - Adjustable relief valve with external drain VN-VM-E0 - Relief and anti-cavitation valve www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

15 #DriveLineHarmony Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Series 3 Ordering Codes Seals *Only upon request to our Technical Dept. and only on monodirectional pumps and motors TYPE TYPE www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html Group 3

Cast Iron Gear Pumps FCIP3 Series Displacement P1 P2 P3 Rotational Speed Mass A B C -1 -1 cm³ in³ bar psi bar psi bar psi min min kg lbs mm in mm in mm in FCIP3 - 21.5 21.50 1.31 280 4061 300 4351 310 4496 3000 500 12.00 26.46 76.0 2.99 40.0 1.57 134 5.28 FCIP3 - 26 26.00 1.59 280 4061 300 4351 310 4496 3000 500 12.25 27.00 79.0 3.11 43.0 1.69 134 5.28 FCIP3 - 30.5 30.50 1.86 260 3771 280 4061 300 4351 3000 500 12.50 21.56 82.0 3.23 46.0 1.81 134 5.28 FCIP3 - 36 36.00 2.20 260 3771 280 4061 300 4351 3000 500 12.80 28.22 86.0 3.39 50.0 1.97 134 5.28 FCIP3 - 41.5 41.50 2.53 260 3771 270 3916 280 4061 3000 500 13.20 29.10 90.5 3.56 54.5 2.15 134 5.28 FCIP3 - 46.5 46.50 2.84 250 3626 270 3916 280 4061 3000 500 13.50 29.76 93.5 3.68 57.5 2.26 134 5.28 FCIP3 - 50.5 50.50 3.08 240 3481 250 3626 270 3916 2750 500 13.90 30.64 96.5 3.80 60.5 2.38 134 5.28 FCIP3 - 55.5 55.50 3.39 220 3191 230 3336 250 3626 2750 500 14.30 31.52 100.0 3.94 64.0 2.52 134 5.28 FCIP3 - 61 61.00 3.72 200 2901 210 3046 220 3191 2500 500 14.50 31.97 117.5 4.63 64.5 2.54 148 5.83 FCIP3 - 72 72.00 4.39 190 2756 210 3046 220 3191 2500 500 16.50 36.38 125.0 4.92 72.0 2.83 148 5.83 FCIP3 - 88 88.00 5.37 180 2611 190 2756 200 2901 2500 500 17.20 37.92 136.0 5.35 83.0 3.27 148 5.83 *Example drawing of pump with SAE flange 16 #DriveLineHarmony Pump www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Cast Iron Gear Motors FCIM3 Series Displacement P1 P2 P3 Rotational Speed Mass A B C -1 -1 cm³ in³ bar psi bar psi bar psi min min kg lbs mm in mm in mm in FCIM3 - 21.5 21.50 1.31 280 4061 300 4351 310 4496 3000 500 12.00 26.46 76.0 2.99 40.0 1.57 134 5.28 FCIM3 - 26 26.00 1.59 280 4061 300 4351 310 4496 3000 500 12.25 27.00 79.0 3.11 43.0 1.69 134 5.28 FCIM3 - 30.5 30.50 1.86 260 3771 280 4061 300 4351 3000 500 12.50 21.56 82.0 3.23 46.0 1.81 134 5.28 FCIM3 - 36 36.00 2.20 260 3771 280 4061 300 4351 3000 500 12.80 28.22 86.0 3.39 50.0 1.97 134 5.28 FCIM3 - 41.5 41.50 2.53 260 3771 270 3916 280 4061 3000 500 13.20 29.10 90.5 3.56 54.5 2.15 134 5.28 FCIM3 - 46.5 46.50 2.84 250 3626 270 3916 280 4061 3000 500 13.50 29.76 93.5 3.68 57.5 2.26 134 5.28 FCIM3 - 50.5 50.50 3.08 240 3481 250 3626 270 3916 2750 500 13.90 30.64 96.5 3.80 60.5 2.38 134 5.28 FCIM3 - 55.5 55.50 3.39 220 3191 230 3336 250 3626 2750 500 14.30 31.52 100.0 3.94 64.0 2.52 134 5.28 FCIM3 - 61 61.00 3.72 200 2901 210 3046 220 3191 2500 500 14.50 31.97 117.5 4.63 64.5 2.54 148 5.83 FCIM3 - 72 72.00 4.39 190 2756 210 3046 220 3191 2500 500 16.50 36.38 125.0 4.92 72.0 2.83 148 5.83 *Example drawing of motor with SAE flange and rear ports 17 #DriveLineHarmony Motor www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Series 3 Shaft Options 18 #DriveLineHarmony EUROPEAN FLANGE "A" AND " B" FLANGE www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Series 3 Shaft Options 19 #DriveLineHarmony Type Type Type

Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Series 3 Port Options 20 #DriveLineHarmony Type Type Type European Flange www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

“A” and “B” Flange Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Series 3 Port Options 21 #DriveLineHarmony Type Type Type www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Series 3 Port Options 22 #DriveLineHarmony Type Type Type www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Cast Iron Gear Pumps & Motors Series 3 Drain Options 23 #DriveLineHarmony Type Type Type www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Built-in Valves Options 24 #DriveLineHarmony www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Built-in Valves Options 25 #DriveLineHarmony www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

Cast Iron Gear Pumps / Motors Range Marzocchi gear pumps of the FCIP Series are produced in three different groups. within each of them, the different displacements (between 4.5 and 90.5 cm3/rev) are obtained using different width of the gears. Special Versions The pumps of the FCIPSeries are also available for special uses. "Viton" Version is suitable for fluid at high temperatures. Range between -20°C and +110°C. STOP PRESS! Group 4 pumps and motors to follow soon! FCIP2 / FCIM2 FCIP3 / FCIM3 FCIP4 / FCIM4 26 #DriveLineHarmony www.jbj.co.uk/cast-iron-pumps-motors.html

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01737 767493 info@jbj.co.uk www.jbj.co.uk - registered in England No: 1185469 - jbj Techniques Limited is ISO certificated, committed to international coordination & unification of industrial standards. A range of products ATEX certificated to directive 94/9/E requirements GHM Series Gear Motors The GHM series offer identical configurations to the ALM series but more robust thanks to the cast iron front flange and rear cover. ALM Series Gear Motors For medium to high pressure rates the ALM series is ideal for mobile and industrial sectors. Mono-directional and bi-directional with internal and external drain available. ALPC/GHPC Series Short Multiple Gear Pumps For reduced axial layout. Available with both flanges and covers in aluminium or cast iron. High production rates, performance consistency and absolute reliability ensure this a benchmark product for the hydraulic power pack market. 1P Series Gear Pumps Extensive range and very high performance of these pumps integrated in to micro power packs make them ideal for many applications from aerospace to marine, medical to automotive. 0.25 - 0.5 Series Micro Gear Pumps This product range includes pumps of displacements (up to 200cc/rev) in a full aluminium configuration, able to withstand medium to high pressures and using different versions of flanges (European, German and SAE), porting and shafts. Mono-directional as well as reversible. ALP Series Gear Pumps The GHP series offer identical configurations to theALP series and guarantees extreme reliability in very high pressure applications. Ideal for mobile applications from agricultural to construction machines as the cast iron allows more flange, cover and port options. GHP Series Gear Pumps Modularity and flexibility are the characteristics of these pumps. They allow the assembly of pump modules of the ALP and GHP (from 0.25 to 4) enabling solutions to a wide range of application requirements. Ideal pump for applications which require a fast approach and/or return of the actuator at low loads and slow motion of the actuator at high loads. e.g. log splitters, compactors & presses. Volumetric andmechanical efficiencies as well as low noise levels are further benefits of this range. High/Low 2-Pass Gear Pumps ALP/GHP Series Multiple Modular Gear Pumps ELIKA® The low noise, low pulsation helical gear pump. Groups 2, 3, 4 and multiple pumps. Reduces the noise level by up to 20 dBA. jbj Techniques Limited, UK distributor for www.jbj.co.uk/gear-pumps.html #DriveLineHarmony www.jbj.co.uk/gear-pumps.html

to Large Combinations from Small Individual Components ensuring a continuing high quality service in which customers can have complete confidence. “ “ Drive line jbj Techniques is a specialist supplier of high-quality products for the mechanical power transmission and fluid power sectors. The company offers a high level of in-house expertise plus a huge selection of products to meet a very broad range of customer applications. From specification, through technical advice and manufacture to after-sales support, jbj Techniques provides a comprehensive and valued service to the power transmission and hydraulics industries. The company fields a UK-wide team of technical sales engineers to ensure that the business is close to its customers, and it enjoys excellent associations with European manufacturers, acting as sole UK distributor in many cases. jbj’s team is recognised for its expertise in the selection and configuration of hydraulic and mechanical transmission systems. Able to draw on an that extensive product range provides the building blocks for bespoke systems both large and small, the in-house design team offers a complete service, ranging from an assessment of customer requirements to full technical backup, including product specification, CAD based system design, system build and certification. Moreover customers can take advantage of jbj’s own machine-shop facilities and skilled engineers guarantee to quality and control costs. jbj Techniques provides one of the widest ranges of couplings available within the UK; mechanical power transmission couplings for a vast range of applications. Ranging from miniature couplings, all steel gear couplings, flexible spider couplings, shaft couplings, torque limiting couplings, disc and grid type couplings, ATEX compliant and shaft locking devices. Magnetic couplings for power transmission between hermetically sealed areas. However as extensive as the selection is, couplings make up a fraction of jbj’s portfolio. As power transmission specialists the company stock and provide gearboxes, clutches, pumps, hydraulic motors, flow meters, fluid power accessories including: cooling & heat exchange products, reservoirs, pipe flanges, seals and level indicators, as well as a variety of bellhousings and engine adaptors, to name just a few of the product categories. jbj Techniques Limited is proud of it’s relationship and reputation with customers and suppliers. The core client base is stable and loyal, which is testament to the quality of service provided by the company. A similar relationship exists with suppliers, ensuring a continuing high quality service in which customers can have complete confidence. Dampers Engine Adaptor Kits Hydraulic Adaptors Torque Limiting Couplings Tyre Couplings Anti-static/Flameproof Couplings Torsionally Rigid Couplings Torsionally Flexible Couplings Bellhousings Permanent Magnetic Couplings Torsional Couplings

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