Vickers Hydraulic Pump Identification Guide is a guide for identifying Vickers pumps, including the most common types of Vickers pump and how to recognize them.
Vickers Hydraulic Pump Identification by the nameplate
The nameplate on a Vickers hydraulic pump is located on the back of the pump. The information on this plate will tell you many useful things, such as:
- Model number
- Part number
- Serial number (not always present)
The following is an example of a nameplate from a Vickers hydraulic pump:
Vickers Gear Pumps Identification By nameplate
* G D 5 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 2 0 I N * * *
Vickers Gear Pumps have a model number that begins with GD5. The GD5 series is the most common, so this is easy to identify. You can find the model number on the nameplate–if your pump’s nameplate says “GD5,” then it’s a Vickers Gear Pump!
The following 23-digit coding system has been developed to identify standard configuration options for the External Single Gear Pump. Use this model code to specify a pump with the desired features.
Vickers Piston Pumps Identification By nameplate
Vickers Piston Pumps are high-pressure reciprocating pumps for the transfer of liquids and slurries. They employ a piston-type action to drive fluid into a discharge line by the action of compressed air or gas. They have been built in many sizes from 2 inches (50mm) through 100 inches (2500mm) diameter with capacities up to several thousand gallons per minute.
The design is such that the pump can be used as a single stage inlet or outlet pump, or as a multistage booster pump or booster discharge pump. The main types of Vickers piston pumps are listed below:
- Vickers PVB Series Piston Pumps
- Vickers PVE Series Piston Pumps
- Vickers PVH Series Piston Pumps
- Vickers PPOC-M Series Piston Pumps
- Vickers PPOC-Q Series Piston Pumps
There are many series of Vickers piston pumps, but it is also very easy to distinguish by the nameplate. It can be identified mainly by looking at the first few characters on the nameplate.
It can be identified mainly by looking at the first few characters on the nameplate.
|PVE12LB2ES10C21VP11B13 REF 421AK00189A
vickers vane pump identification by nameplate
Vickers Vane Pumps are centrifugal pumps with reciprocating piston rods and fixed vanes. These pumps can be used for a wide range of pumping applications, including water treatment, chemical processing and industrial manufacturing. Vickers Vane Pumps are available in cast iron or stainless steel materials and can operate at ambient temperatures up to 250°F (121°C).
Vickers Vane Pumps are available in both single-stage and double-stage designs. Single-stage units have a single pump casing that houses the head, impeller and volute. This design offers higher flow capacities when compared to double-stage designs, but requires additional piping for the discharge line. Double-stage units have two pump casings: one housing the suction side, which includes the suction valve plate; the other housing the discharge side, which includes the discharge valve plate. This design offers greater flexibility in operating pressures and flows than single stage models.
The main series of Vickers Vane Pumps are:
- Vickers VMQ Vane Pumps
- Vickers VH Vane Pumps
- Vickers VMQ Vane Pumps
- Vickers VQA1 Vane Pumps
- Vickers VMQ2 Vane Pumps
- Vickers V10 Vane Pumps
- Vickers V20 Vane Pumps
Vickers vane pump nameplate identification model is more troublesome, but we have prepared a table for you, you can easily identify
|VMQ Vane Pumps
|VH Vane Pumps
|VQA1 Vane Pumps
|VQA2 Vane Pumps
|V20 Vane Pumps
|V10 Vane Pumps
We cannot identify the Vickers hydraulic pump model if the Vickers hydraulic pump nameplate is damaged. Here our engineers have prepared for you to identify the specific model of the Vickers hydraulic pump by the appearance of the Vickers hydraulic pump！
Vickers Hydraulic Pump Identification by Exterior
The exterior of a Vickers pump is usually very easy to identify. There are only two different types of exterior housings available for Vickers pumps: cylindrical and square. The most popular type of housing is the square, as it is easier to make and therefore cheaper to produce. It is also the easier type of pump to operate, as it is easier to get an idea of how much pressure you are pumping out at any given time.
Vickers Hydraulic pumps are typically identified by the number of rows of vanes on the outer casing. This can be determined by looking at the number of rows of vanes on the exterior of the pump’s housing. Each row represents a different model, with each one having its own specific specifications and uses.
The following is the model corresponding to the appearance diagram we have sorted out for you, please click to view
Vickers Gear Pumps Identification by Exterior
Vickers Piston Pumps Identification by Exterior
Vickers 02-341539 ｜PVQ20-B2R-A9-SS1S-21-C21V11B-13 Piston Pumps
Vickers 02-335172 ｜PVM131ER10GS02AAA28000000A0A Piston Pumps
Vickers 02-125285 ｜PVH131R13AG30A250000001001AB010A Piston Pumps
Vickers 02-341804｜ PVE19AR05AA10A400000F100 100CD0A Piston Pumps
Vickers 430494-IN154｜PVB10-RSY-31-CC-11-I Piston Pumps
vickers vane pump identification by Exterior
Vickers 02-125539-N ｜VQA135T081DACC01AAC0000AAR000020 Vane Pumps
Vickers 02-345363-R ｜F3-2520VQS21AM5S-297CA-20-L-277 Vane Pumps
Vickers 02-137177-1 ｜2520V14A5-1AA-22-R Vane Pumps
Vickers 452279-3 ｜V10P-1S6K-38C12H-10-R Vane Pumps
Vickers 02-136987-2 ｜F3-V20F-1S11S-38B7H-22-R Vane Pumps
Vickers 708-0002-032 ｜VMQ125S010A00100AAAANR00A032 Vane Pumps
Vickers Hydraulic Pump Identification FAQ
How to old vickers vane pump identification?
1.Vickers pump can not be identified by the appearance, only by the size of the pump and its internal structure can be identified.
2.The first is to identify the model number of the pump by measuring the diameter of the shaft and impeller shaft. The second is to measure whether it has a motormounted magnet or a motor-mounted magnet, and then measure the diameter of each vane shaft. If it is less than 24mm, then it is an old model; if it is larger than 24mm, then it must be a new model
How to vickers vane loader pump identification?
The identification of the Vickers vane pump can be done by the following method:
1, check the size of the impeller.
2, check the number of vanes on the impeller.
3, check if there is a hole in the body of oil pump and whether there is a hole in the suction pipe.
4, check whether there is a groove on the top surface of impeller and whether there is a groove on its bottom surface.
How to bmw e30 vickers powers steering pump identification?
1.The Vickers pump has a red cover and the Bosch has a blue cover. The Bosch pump is slightly larger than the Vickers pump in diameter, but not by much. So if you have a blue cover on your steering pump it may be a Bosch one.
2.The Bosch pumps have different numbers on them than the Vickers pumps do (at least they did when I was shopping). The Bosch number starts with “B” and then there is a number after that which indicates what year it was made for. The Vickers number starts with “V” and then there is another letter after that which indicates what year it was made for. For example: V-5-8 would indicate that it was made for an E30 from 1988-1989 or so on up until 1992-1993 or so when they switched to the M50 engine (which may have been discontinued earlier than this). V-7-0 would indicate that this was for an E30 M3 or 325iS or 325ix with the S14 engine (or similar models)
How to vickers single vane pump identification?
The single vane pumps are used for pumping fluids in closed circuits. The vanes seal against the casing and the volute, which is usually made of bronze, so that the fluid pressure forces them against these surfaces.
The main components of a single vane pump are:
2.Volute (or casing)
5.Piston rod assembly
6.Piston ring with bushings (optional)
How to vickers power steering pump identification?
The Vickers power steering pump is an electrically driven pump, which provides the hydraulic pressure required to operate the power steering system. The pump may be replaced if it fails due to a malfunction or damage. The replacement process requires minimal tools and should only take about 15 minutes to complete.
Step 1: Remove two bolts that attach the pump bracket to the cylinder head with a socket wrench or ratchet and socket set.
Step 2: Pull the bracket away from the cylinder head and remove it from the vehicle by pulling it straight out of its mounting holes on either side of the engine block.
Step 3: Unbolt and remove the old pump from its mounting bracket using a socket wrench or ratchet and socket set.
Step 4: Install new vickers power steering pump onto its mounting bracket using new gaskets provided in your kit.
Thank you for browsing our Vickers Hydraulic Pump Identification Guide. We hope that you found it helpful and that you were able to find the model of a hydraulic pump you are interested in. As with all products we carry, each pump is built with quality workmanship in mind and will serve you well for many years to come.