Gear pumps feature a simple design. They rely on rotating sequential or interlocking gears to push the fluid through and create pressure. With few moving parts, these pumps tend to be durable but also cost-effective.
They are also less susceptible to catastrophic failure than other pump designs. Instead, gear pumps tend to lose volumetric efficiency gradually as the teeth on the gears wear down, which starts to occur long before the pump will give out completely.
At Ranger Caradoc, we offer high quality gear pumps featuring a wide range of displacement sizes and output pressures, making them suitable for an extensive number of applications.