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Enerpac hydraulic pumps are available in many different configurations. Whatever your high-pressure pump needs are…speed, control, intermittent or heavy duty cycle or even pumps for multiple lift point capabilities and synchronous lifting systems, you will find an Enerpac pump suited to the application. The range features hand, battery, electric & air powered models.

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Steel Hand Pumps

Steel Hand Pumps

Enerpac Ultima steel bodied hand pumps are the perfect solution for all tough jobs. This range of pumps feature a chrome plated plunger and wiper system for durable, long lasting performance. Available in single speed and two speed. Model numbers P-84 & P-464 include a 4-way valve for operation of double-acting cylinders.
Lightweight Hand Pumps

Lightweight Hand Pumps

The Enerpac range of Lightweight hydraulic hand pumps feature a compact design and lightweight construction for easy carrying. Two-speed lightweight hand pump models offer reduced handle strokes and lower handle effort to minimize operator fatigue. This exclusive range from Enerpac are the ideal solution for maintenance engineers.
E Pulse Electric Pump

E-Pulse Electric Powered Pumps

The Enerpac E-Pulse pump drives high productivity through its innovative design. Smart controls enable the motor to maintain constant power providing higher flow than traditional pumps. Adjustable speed control enables precision as required. E-Pulse is designed for convenience.
Electric Powered Pumps

Electric Powered Pumps

The Enerpac economy electric driven pump is best suited to power small to medium size cylinders or hydraulic tools. Its lightweight and compact design make it ideal for applications which require easy transport of the pump. The universal motor works well on long extension cords or generator-driven electrical power supplies. The PU-Series is available in both single and double acting capacities.
XA Series Air Powered Pump

XA Series Air Powered Pumps

The Enerpac Xvari air driven hydraulic foot pumps feature an ergonomic design for less operator fatigue. They are available for use with single and double acting cylinders or tools.
Air Powered Pumps

Air Powered Pumps

Enerpac air hydraulic pumps are designed for high efficiency, proven reliability and enhanced productivity. High pressure hydraulic air driven pumps are ideal for delivering compact air over hydraulic. Constructed for safety, durability and the delivery of higher oil flow. This range of hydraulic power units provide high quality performance as well as fine metering capabilities for precise control.
Cordless Hydraulic Pumps

Cordless/Battery Powered Pumps

Enerpac’s high pressure cordless battery powered hydraulic pumps are ideal for jobs that require a combination of portability, speed and safety.
High Pressure Pumps

High Pressure Hand Pumps

The Enerpac high pressure pumps have a maximum working pressure of 2800 Bar and are available in single or two speed operation.
Tensioning Pumps

Tensioning Pumps

The Enerpac range of tensioning pumps are compact, lightweight and feature a rugged aluminium frame for increased durability and ease of handling.
Low Pressure Hand Pumps

Low Pressure Hand Pumps

This range of single speed hydraulic hand pumps are available in pressure ratings starting at 175 Bar up to 350 Bar. They are designed for use with single-acting cylinders and tools.
Torque Wrench Pump

Torque Wrench Pumps

The Enerpac lightweight torque wrench pumps feature optimized flow technology. The three stage pump maximizes productivity of the pump and tool while minimizing heat build-up and down time.
Multifluid Hand Pumps

Multifluid Hand Pumps

The Enerpac multifluid hand pumps come with standard nitrile seals that can be used for a wide range of fluids such as demineralised water, oil/water emulsions, waterglycols & mineral oils. The optional reservoir kit can be used with all models.
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Cylinder and Pump Sets

Ready-to-use Hydraulic Porta Power Sets. The Enerpac Hydraulic Cylinder and Pump sets are the quickest and easiest way to start working right away. Simply select the most suitable Cylinder & Pump for your requirements and identify the set model in the grey matrix

Hydraulic Pumps FAQ's

Hydraulic pumps are devices that convert mechanical energy into hydraulic energy. Hydraulic energy is a form of energy that is stored in fluid pressure. When you apply pressure to a fluid, it creates force. This is how hydraulic pumps work. They take in mechanical energy from an engine or motor and use it to create hydraulic energy, which is then used to power hydraulic cylinders and motors.

Hydraulic pumps are used in a variety of industries and applications. They are used in construction equipment, agriculture, automotive, and manufacturing. Hydraulic pumps are used to power hydraulic cylinders or motors. The pump provides the necessary pressure to move the fluid through the system.

There are four main types of hydraulic pumps: gear, piston, vane, and centrifugal. Gear pumps are the most common type of hydraulic pump. Gear pumps are often used in applications where high pressures are required. Piston pumps are used in applications where low pressures are required. Vane pumps are often used in applications where space is limited. Finally, centrifugal pumps are used in applications where high fluid volumes are needed.

A hydraulic pump cc measurement is a unit of measure used to describe the amount of fluid that a pump can displace in a single revolution. CC stands for cubic centimetres. The cc measurement is important because it tells you how much fluid the pump can move in a given period. It is also essential to know the maximum pressure generated by the pump. The cc measurement is usually listed on the pump nameplate.

Flow ripple is the term used to describe the periodic variation in flow rate that occurs due to the reciprocating motion of the pump pistons. Flow ripple can be caused by several factors, including piston design, valve design, and system pressure. Therefore, it is vital to consider the effects of flow ripple on the system performance when designing a hydraulic system.

Centrifugal pumps are hydraulic pumps that use centrifugal force to generate fluid pressure. Centrifugal pumps work by spinning a wheel or impeller at high speeds. This action creates centrifugal force, which causes the fluid to move outward from the centre of the wheel. The fluid is then forced through a diffuser, which increases the pressure of the fluid. Centrifugal pumps are typically used in applications where high fluid volumes are required.

A positive displacement pump is a type of hydraulic pump that uses a fixed volume of fluid to generate pressure. Positive displacement pumps work by trapping a fixed volume of fluid in a chamber and then forcing it through an outlet. The outlet is usually smaller than the chambers, which increases the pressure of the fluid. Positive displacement pumps are typically used in applications where high pressures are required.

A non-positive displacement pump is a hydraulic pump that does not use a fixed fluid volume to generate pressure. Non-positive displacement pumps work by allowing the fluid to flow through the pump at a variable rate. The flow rate is controlled by a valve, which regulates the amount of fluid that flows through the pump. Non-positive displacement pumps are typically used in applications where low pressures are required.

The lifespan of a hydraulic pump depends on a number of factors, including the type of pump, the quality of the pump, the operating conditions, and the maintenance schedule. In general, hydraulic pumps can last for many years if properly maintained. However, it is important to remember that all pumps will eventually wear out and need to be replaced. Therefore, when choosing a hydraulic pump, it is crucial to consider the expected lifespan of the pump.

Electric powered hydraulic pumps are available in a variety of sizes and configurations. Most electric powered hydraulic pumps are designed for use with an AC or DC power source. Electric powered hydraulic pumps are typically used in applications where space is limited. Some electric powered hydraulic pumps are also available with a built-in battery backup system. This feature allows the pump to continue operating in a power outage. Electric powered hydraulic pumps are typically more expensive than other hydraulic pumps. However, they offer some advantages, including increased efficiency and reduced noise.

Hydraulic torque pumps are a type of pump that uses hydraulic fluid to generate torque. They are often used in construction and industrial applications where high torque levels are required. Hydraulic torque pumps typically have a higher output than other pumps, making them ideal for heavy-duty applications.

Some of the features of air-powered hydraulic torque pumps include:

  • High output for heavy-duty applications
  • Generates torque using hydraulic fluid
  • Can be used in construction and industrial settings

If you are looking for a pump that can handle high torque levels, then an air powered hydraulic torque pump may be the right choice for you. These pumps are built to withstand the most demanding worksite environments and can provide the power you need to get the job done.

Hydraulic hand pumps are an essential part of any hydraulic system. They are used to move fluid from one location to another and can be operated manually or automatically. There are many different types of hydraulic hand pumps available on the market, each with its unique features and benefits.

Some of the key features of hydraulic hand pumps include:

  • The ability to generate high pressures
  • The ability to operate in a wide range of temperatures
  • The ability to self-prime
  • The ability to be used with a variety of fluids
  • The ability to be operated manually or automatically

If you are in the market for a hydraulic hand pump, it is important to consider all of your options before purchasing.

In conclusion, hydraulic pumps are essential for many industrial and construction applications. There are many hydraulic pumps available on the market, each with its own unique features and benefits. When choosing a hydraulic pump, it is important to consider the specific needs of your application. If you need further assistance in selecting the right hydraulic pump for your application, please contact us at Worlifts. We would be happy to assist you with any questions about our products or services.