Hydraulic pump and power unit in high pressure from 700 to 4000 bar designed and produced by FPT – Fluid Power Technology to adapt to the multiple needs of customers. They are available in 4 different motor configurations: three phase electric or single phase electric, gas engine and air / pneumatic motor.
Hydraulic pumps are equipped with piston pumps with different flow rates available in the single stage version model FPT2 and in the double stage model models FPT 1-5 and 9. It is possible to mount a wide range of manual, electric or pneumatic valves for cylinders or applications simple or double effect. In the standard configuration there are 10 liter tanks up to 60 liters and a very wide range of accessories including transport cages, pressure gauges, quick couplings, heat exchangers, filters, unidirectional valves and many others. The FPT Hydraulic pump and power unit are made with a high constructive flexibility to meet the most varied customer needs and can be used to drive one or more hydraulic cylinders of any tonnage or single or double acting actuators. FPT also specializes in the design and production of cusotm hydraulic pumps manufactured according to specific customer requests. When standard production fails to meet customer requirements FPT is able to design and produce hydraulic power packs designed with operating pressure from 350 bar up to 4000 bar, having extremely compact tanks of 2 or 5 liters up to large tanks for driving multiple cylinders up to 400 or 500 liters. The pumps can be axial or radial, single-stage, dual-stage, combined and have capacities suitable for the customer’s application. The special high pressure pumps and units can be equipped with a three-phase or single-phase electric motor, 110V, 220V, 480V, 50hz or 60hz, or with a pneumatic or petrol engine. With pump motor units having the installed power required by the customer.
The range includes the synchronous lifting control units, the split flow model and the computerized synchronous lifting systems managed by PLC with 1 mm precision during the lifting and lowering phases of a load.