WPT Power Adds Hydraulic Pump Drives

(Press Release)
Monday, December 05, 2011
WPT Power Corop. announced a new line of Hydraulic Pump Drives. The WPT Power Pump Drives (PPD) will better equip WPT to meet a more extensive range of engine driven application needs and extend our ability to work on broader application requirements. The Power Pump Drives are available for indirect or auxiliary drives, which make them suitable for off highway and mobile equipment. “Our new PPDs are versatile, with several types of pump pads and accessories keeping the options greater for our customers,” saidLane Brock, President of WPT Power Corporation. “The Power Pump Drives are available in four sizes, which will enable them to handle the rigorous duty cycles of large mobile equipment throughout many industries. The introduction of this new product line of Power Pump Drives is consistent with our growth plans for the development of new products that further compliment our already extensive line of power transmission, clutch and brake products.” The Power Pump Drive mounts between the engine and the rugged WPT Power Take-Offs and provides for multiple live or clutched pumps. The pump drive is self-contained and does not require external lubrication or pumps. Internal heat exchangers can be added where required and a variety of options, including PTO clutches, are available. The WPT Power Pump Drives are available in four different sizes with maximum torque capacities from 413 lb-ft [560 Nm) through 4650 lb-ft [6300 Nm] and operating speeds from 2,100 rpm to 3,000 rpm. All units mount to standard SAE housings and provide up to 8 pump mounting faces. All Power Pump Drives are provided with flexible couplings on the input side for torsional dampening. 
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