FMC-HYD-202; FMC-HYD-203; FMC-HYD-204; FMC-HYD-206; FMC-HYD-210; FMC-HYD-310

Hydraulic Driven Centrifugal Pumps

Centrifugal pump design provides good resistance to abrasive solutions and extra flow for agitation. The advantages of the hydraulic motor driven pump are mounting versatility, customized performance, and ease of maintenance. All hydraulic driven pumps are equipped with a stainless steel shaft and wear ring for excellent corrosion resistance.

MOUNTING VERSATILITY: The location of the pump is not tied to the PTO or engine drive shaft; the pump can be mounted in a variety of locations to suit application requirements.

CUSTOMIZED PERFORMANCE: The performance is dependent on the supply of hydraulic oil to the motor and not necessarily tied to engine speed. A hydraulic driven pump can produce higher pressures than PTO or belt driven pumps. They can also hold constant pressure at varying engine speeds on closed center hydraulic systems.

EASY MAINTENANCE: On a hydraulic driven pump there are no belts to align or break. Separate pump and hydraulic motor shafts simplify repair and replacement. Two main pump bearings support shaft loads. All pumps are equipped with easily replaceable Viton® mechanical seals.

Description

Features

  • The farm industry standard since 1969
  • The 202 and 203 motors require 2 GPM (7.6 LPM) and 3 GPM (11.4 LPM) hydraulic fluid input
  • Recommended for:
    -Engineered Systems with Limited Oil Flow
  • The 204 motor requires 4 GPM(15.1 LPM) maximum hydraulic fluid input
  • Recommended for:
    -Pressure Compensating Closed Center Systems
    -Open Center Systems up to 13 GPM (49.2 LPM) using internal needle valve bypass
  • The 206 motor requires 7 GPM (26.5 LPM) maximum hydraulic fluid input and fits virtually all tractor hydraulic systems
  • Recommended for:
    -Pressure Compensating Closed Center Systems
    -Load Sensing Closed Center Systems
    -Open Center Systems up to 16 GPM (60.6 LPM) using internal needle valve bypass
  • The 210 motor requires 10 GPM (37.9 LPM) maximum hydraulic fluid input
  • Recommended for:
    -Load Sensing Closed Center Systems
    -Open Center Systems up to 17 GPM (64.4 LPM) using internal needle valve bypass
  • The 310 motor requires 16 GPM (60.6 LPM) maximum hydraulic fluid input
  • Recommended for:
    -Large Open Center Systems up to 24 GPM (90.9 LPM) using internal needle valve bypass
  • Maximum Flow: 200 GPM (757 LPM)
  • Maximum Pressure: 120 PSI (8.3 BAR), 80 PSI (5.5 BAR) for 210
  • Suction: 1-1/4″
  • Discharge: 1″

Parts Breakdown

Owner’s Manual