Fig. WH 182
(p1) Delivery rate curve per pump as a function of pressure with two pumps operating
(p2) Delivery rate curve as a function of pressure with only one pump operating
(N1) Prescribed hydraulic power of the variable double pump in kW and HP
(N2) Attainable delivery curve with available 3-spring total capacity controller
At pressure p = 0 bar to cut-in, both pumps have maximum delivery rate (l/min)
A further pressure increase, depending on operating resistance, causes the pumps to pivot back against the spring force until, blocked by a fixed stop, they deliver the maximum output. If the pressure should continue to rise, the main relief valve opens and the minimum flow returns to the oil tank.
Increasing pressure - pumps pivot back - flow reduced
Decreasing pressure - pumps pivot out - flow increased
The values of the pump delivery diagram were obtained at a tank pilot pressure of 0.2 bar (20 kPa) and an oil temperature of 60°C and take the pilot pump into consideration.
Diesel Engines: Duetz F6L 912, 74 kW (100 HP) at 2150 rpm
Perkins 6.3544, 102 HP at 2150 rpm
Pump Type: B 2 PV 75 TS 75 cm3/rev and pump
Pump Speed: 2150 rpm
Pump Power: 62.5 kW (85 HP)
Cut-In: 2 x 135 l/min at 121 bar, 1 x 129 l/min at 240 bar
Cut-Out: 2 x 50 l/min at 300 bar, 1 x 94 l/min at 300 bar
Angle of Pivot of Pumps: = 23.5° (limited)
Instructions for Measuring Hydraulic Pump Delivery Rates
Make reference to WARNING on first page of TESTING AND ADJUSTING Section.
NOTE: Measure at 60°C oil temperature and tank pilot pressure of 0.2 bar (20 kPa).
A prerequisite for the measurement of the delivery rate is that both hydraulic circuits can be subjected to pressure simultaneously and by stages. Suitable measuring instruments (flow meter) fitted with throttle valves can be purchased for this purpose. Contact the local AVSpare dealer. Measuring instruments without throttle valves may also be used if the following procedure is observed:
1. Fit measuring device (flow meter) between pump and control unit of one hydraulic circuit and connect digital display unit.
2. Connect a manometer (pressure gauge) to each hydraulic circuit.
3. Reset the main relief valves on each control unit all the way back.
4. Run engine at full speed and cut in and hold one actuator on each circuit. (Retract bucket cylinder and push-shovel cylinder against stop.)
5. Set both main relief valves at 80 bar, note down delivery rate reading. The pressure at both main relief valves is now raised uniformly and in stages of 10 bar (or more until the maximum pressure of 300 bar has been reached. Note down delivery rate reading for each stage. Check engine speed while measuring. The engine must run at rated speed between cut-in and cut-out of the pumps.
6. Remove the measuring device (flow meter) and, if necessary, fit it on the other circuit between pump and control unit. Connect digital display unit and proceed as described in points 2 to 5.
7. Compare readings with pump delivery diagram.