OCTAFG0612

Octopus Hydraulic Gear Pumps

Octopus Hydraulic Gear Pumps

Description

The Octopus Hydraulic Gear Pumps offer industry leading reliability and performance in a smaller, lighter, quieter package.

Features

  • Industry Leading Efficiency
  • Cost Saving
  • Suitable For Balanced Or Unbalanced Cylinders
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Features:

  • Industry leading efficiency - lower power consumption, particularly under demanding conditions requiring higher flow rates equates to a major advantage over competing units.
  • Cost saving - the increased efficiency and performance means the pumps can be used with smaller autopilot course computers than equivalent drive units.
  • The smaller footprint of the compact gear pump increases installation flexibility.
  • Lower noise and vibration make the gear pump particularly suitable for sailboat installations.
  • Suitable for balanced or unbalanced cylinders.
  • All models available for both 12v and 24v systems.

 


Notable Specifications:

 

  • Flow Rate: 600CC/min
  • Voltage: 12 Volt
  • Cylinder Range: 6-9ci/16-24ci CYLINDER
  • Average Current Draw: 3.8A/6.6A
  • Operating Temperature: -15 to +75'C (5 - 167'F)
  • Waterproofing: IP55
  • Ignition Protection: ISO 8846 & SAEJ1171
  • EMC Compliance: EN60945-9-2002
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Octopus Hydraulic Gear Pumps OCTAFG0612 Hydraulic Gear Pump, 12V, 6-9CI Cylinder
$471.51
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Octopus Hydraulic Gear Pump 12V 16-24CI Cylinder OCTAFG1612 Hydraulic Gear Pump, 12V, 16-24CI Cylinder
$619.18
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