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  • Hose size VS Gpm : Clearwater Hydraulics LLC

    Clearwater Hydraulics LLC : Hose size VS Gpm - Cylinders and Accessories Pumps, Motors, PTOs Valves Accumulators & Accessories Hose, Fittings, and Adapters Filters, Heads, and Accessories Reservoirs and Accessories Power Units Pressure Gauges Electrical Accessories Hardware Grease Guns and Accessories Sure Grip …

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  • Hydraulics calculator – calculate hydraulics

    2021-5-23 · HK Hydraulik GmbH offers all professionals and interested parties ready-made calculators for the most important hydraulic calculations. Until now, to calculate the Volume flow rate or conveyed volume of a gear pump, technicians had to look up the formulas, pick up a calculator, enter the calculation according to the …

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  • Hydraulic Calculations-Hydraulic System Design

    2021-5-23 · Hydraulic Pump Calculations –Hydraulic Piston Pump.jpg . Horsepower Required to Drive Pump: GPM x PSI x .0007 (this is a ‘rule-of-thumb’ calculation) Example: How many horsepower are needed to drive a 5 gpm pump at 1500 psi? GPM = 5 PSI = 1500. GPM x PSI x .0007 = 5 x 1500 x .0007 = 5.25 horsepower –Hydraulic …

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  • Pressure Loss Calculator | Pacific Hoseflex

    By using calculator below we find that 1400 ft 3 /hour. corresponds to 175 gal/min. Then we plot the 175 gpm on the X-axis of the chart below until we “hit” the line for 2″ hose ID, then by going over horizontally to the Y-axis, we find that Pressure Loss per foot of hose will be about 3.7 psi.

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  • FIREGROUND HYDRAULICS

    2016-4-13 · 1” hose to equivalent flow of 2 ½' hose. Multiply gpm flow from 1' hose by 9. 1 ½” hose to equivalent flow of 2 ½' hose. Multiply gpm flow from 1 ½” hose by 3.6. 1 ¾' hose to equivalent flow of 2 ½' hose. Multiply gpm flow from 1 ¾' hose by 2.0. 2 ½” hose does not need converting to 2 ½ “ hose.

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  • Fire Hydrant Flow Calculator

    2019-5-10 · gpm Notes: Projected available flows calculated at 20 psi residual, or ½ the static pressure for low pressure hydrants having static pressures of …

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  • Formulas - Parker

    2008-3-16 · HYDRAULIC PUMP EQUATIONS Horsepower Required to Drive Hydraulic Pump: HP = PSI x GPM 1714 HP = (PSI x GPM) (1714 x EFFICIENCY) HP = Horsepower PSI = Gauge pressure in pounds per square inch GPM = Oil flow in gallons per minute EFFICIENCY = Efficiency of hydraulic pump Important: As all …

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  • Learn with Bailey: Calculators

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  • Relationships Between Hose ID, Fluid Rate, and

    2020-7-18 · How to determine fluid velocity of hydraulic hose? Oil velocities should be kept in the recommended range in the following chart. If it exceeds the range, turbulent flow occurs causing loss of pressure and excessive heat. Depending on the length of the hose and fluid transportation conditions, there are two options.

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  • Sizing Tube to Maximize Hydraulic System

    2013-12-5 · Hydraulic systems using properly sized tube will perform more efficiently and cost-effectively. Tube that is too small can increase fluid velocity causing pressure drops and heat generation, and in suction lines, pump cavitation damage. Tube that is too large unnecessarily increases costs and is more difficult to fit in …

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  • Hydraulic Pump Flow Calculator - CalcuNation.com

    Flow (GPM) = (2000 x 2.75) 231. Calculated out this gives an output flow of 23.81GPM (rounded to the nearest 100th) 100 Promotion. Win 100 towards teaching supplies! We want to see your websites and blogs. Enter Here. Calculator Popups. Scientific Calculator Simple Calculator. Calculator Ideas

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  • Hydraulic Flow, Power and Torque Calculator

    2018-10-30 · Hydraulic Flow, Power and Torque Calculator. Welcome to Hydraulics International. The formulas and calculators provided on this page give theoretical answers that should only be used as a guide. In practice answers can and will vary.

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  • Hydraulic Calculations-Hydraulic System Design

    2021-5-23 · Hydraulic Pump Calculations –Hydraulic Piston Pump.jpg . Horsepower Required to Drive Pump: GPM x PSI x .0007 (this is a ‘rule-of-thumb’ calculation) Example: How many horsepower are needed to drive a 5 gpm pump at 1500 psi? GPM = 5 PSI = 1500. GPM x PSI x .0007 = 5 x 1500 x .0007 = 5.25 horsepower –Hydraulic …

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  • Hydraulic Cylinder Speed Calculator

    2018-3-27 · SPEED for a hydraulic cylinder: 1. Enter the Pump GPM, Cylinder Bore diameter, Stroke and Rod Diameter. Use decimal (not fractions) if necessary. 2. Click to Compute the CYLINDER SPEED *Disclaimer below.

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  • Pressure loss calculator - hydraulic calculation

    Pressure drop calculation algorithm. Checking calculation results. Calculate values: Mean velocity of the fluid; Q - volumetric flow rate, m 3 /s, A - pipe's cross-sectional area, m 2, A=πd 2 /4, d - pipe bore, m ; Reynolds number Re

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  • Loss in Fluid Lines Calculator at GlobalSpec

    The Loss in Fluid Lines Calculator is used to determine pressure loss and head loss for standard-sized piping. Calculations are based on fluid properties such as viscosity and flow rate, and physical specifications for pipes, valves, and fittings.

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  • Pressure Drop Online-Calculator

    2017-9-28 · Pressure Drop Online-Calculator Calculation of pressure drops of flowing liquids and gases in pipes and pipe elements (laminar and turbulent flow). Note: Calculations are possible only, if Javascript is activated in your browser. Pressure Drop Online-Calculator for small mobiles. This version is usable for …

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  • HYDRAULICS MANUAL - Local F-33

    2018-10-2 · Diameter of Hose Conversion Factor Diameter of Hose Conversion Factor ¾” 25 13/4” 2 1” 9 3” .67 or 2/3 1 ½” 3.6 4” .25 or 1/4 To use these conversion factors, multiply the GPM times the factor to obtain the equivalent flow through a 2 ½” hose line and compute the friction loss based on this amount.

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  • Sizing Tube to Maximize Hydraulic System

    2013-12-5 · Hydraulic systems using properly sized tube will perform more efficiently and cost-effectively. Tube that is too small can increase fluid velocity causing pressure drops and heat generation, and in suction lines, pump cavitation damage. Tube that is too large unnecessarily increases costs and is more difficult to fit in …

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