Gear Pumps

Gear Pumps

Gear pumps from RICKMEIER are used in various industrial applications and have a lot of different functions: from pumping lubricants into lubrication circuits up to transporting fluids for oils and flow media.
In almost one hundred years of company history RICKMEIER developed and produced gear pumps in numerous types and sizes.

Today’s range of services convinces with its ability to realize customer wishes in a quick, efficient and reliable manner. Durability, efficiency, reliability and quality thereby have the highest priority. Typical application fields for RICKMEIER gear pumps are the construction of diesel and gas engines, automotive engineering, chemical plant engineering, power plant technology, shipbuilding, wind energy utilization and countless other application fields in general engineering sectors. Typical flow media are common lubricants but also waste oil, ATF oils, drilling oils, diesel oils, emulsions, gear oils, heating oils, hydraulic oils, motor oils, polyclycolic oils, polyalphaolefin oils, cutting oils, heavy oils, thermal oils and drawing oils.

type flow rates
[dm³/min]
displ. volume
[cm³]
Units
from to from to
R25 0.3 70 2.5 20 R25 Units
R35 2.5 220 25 63 R35 Units
R45 8 470 80 160 R45 Units
R65 20 1300 200 630 R65 Units
R95 70 2400 710 1400 R95 Units
R109 160 5000 1600 2800  

 

technical Information

Universal Pumps

Universal pumps from RICKMEIER are an example of the performance and competence of the company’s engineers and technicians. This product line convinces with its compact design combined with a minimum number of components, low noise levels and excellent suction performance. Universal pumps from RICKMEIER are of extremely low-maintenance and require no wearing parts such as seals and valves. Without any maintenance effort universal pumps from RICKMEIER are successfully applied over an exceptionally long operation period at extremely low temperatures and high viscosities in wind energy plants, marine gear units and gas generators. They are designed to always maintain the same flow direction even at varying directions of the rotation.

Catalogue Univerlsal Pumps (Page 14)