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Gasoline and Diesel Power Units

Ohio Fluid Products has been meeting our customers’ hydraulic power unit needs with 3 HP to 150 HP custom hydraulic power units for over 35 years. Our power units have provided reliable, economical hydraulic power for industrial, agricultural and construction customers. If you know your requirements, please call, fax, or email them to us for a quotation. If you are not sure of your requirements, please review the information below and then call, fax or email our customer service experts and let them help you finalize a design.

    Horsepower-Pressure-Flow Table
    1000
PSI
1250
PSI
1500
PSI
1750
PSI
2500
PSI
3000
PSI
3500
PSI
GPM                


2 1.34 1.72 2.00 2.40 3.44 4.00 6.86
3 2.01 2.58 3.00 3.60 5.16 6.00 10.29
4 2.68 3.44 4.00 4.80 6.88 8.00 13.72
5 3.35 4.30 5.00 6.00 8.60 10.00 17.15
6 4.02 5.16 6.00 7.20 10.32 12.00 20.58
8 5.36 6.88 8.00 9.60 13.76 16.00 27.44
10 6.70 8.60 10.00 12.00 17.20 20.00 34.30
12 8.04 10.32 12.00 14.40 20.64 24.00 41.16
15 10.05 12.90 15.00 18.00 25.80 30.00 51.45
25 16.75 21.50 25.00 30.00 43.00 50.00 85.75
30 20.10 25.80 30.00 36.00 51.60 60.00 102.90
40 26.80 34.40 40.00 48.00 68.80 80.00 137.20
50 33.50 43.00 50.00 60.00 86.00 100.00 171.50

HORSEPOWER

Quick Estimate for required Engine Horsepower. 1HP is required to produce one GPM flow at 1500 PSI.

Selecting an Engine
Gasoline powered units can be built with Briggs Stratton, Kohler, Honda, or Robin gasoline engines. Diesel power can be Yanmar, John Deere, Duetz, Hatz, and Lombardini.

Selecting A Reservoir
Reservoirs are sized by the gallons per minute flow, the operating pressure, and the duty cycle of the application. As a guide you will need 1 to 3 gallons of reservoir capacity for each gallon of flow, depending on the pressure and whether the load is continuous or intermittent. Our rugged steel reservoirs are custom built in-house to insure long lasting quality. To calculate the volume of the reservoir you would multiply the Length X Height X Width, then Divide this Total by 231.

Example: 18" X 15" X 20" = 5400 cu. in. divided by 231 = 23.4 Gallons.

If you have space limitations a heat exchanger could be added to reduce the reservoir size.

 

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