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Staffa Motor Product Training
Staffa Motor
Product Training

Kawasaki Precision Machinery (UK) Ltd

Kawasaki Precision Machinery (UK) Ltd staffa
staffa
staffa
Kawasaki Precision Machinery (UK) Ltd staffa
Kawasaki Precision Machinery (UK) Ltd staffa
Kawasaki Precision Machinery (UK) Ltd staffa

HMB motor

front cover

  • cast iron

  • interference fit to motor casing

HMB motor front cover  cast iron  interference fit to motor casing shaft seals 

shaft seals

  • staffa designed double

  • to dissemble, two additional threaded holes on cover should be used

lipped nitrile seal suitable for 3.5 bar continuous casing pressure ( 7bar

intermittent)

  • suitable for most fluids except phosphate ester

  • high pressure shaft seal are available ( 10 bar continuous, 15 bar intermittent)

HMB motor front cover  cast iron  interference fit to motor casing shaft seals 

HMC motor

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valve rings

valve rings are upgraded to cast iron material to allow for higher speed capability

valve spool

  • valve spools are nitrided because of potentially higher running speeds

C spacer

  • additional spacer provided to route the hydraulic shifting ports

the hmb motor crankshaft assembly is replaced by a separate drum and shaft. the drum slides along the machined flats of the shaft so as to change its eccentricity and thereby the motor's displacement

two control pistons of unequal area, the smaller one assisted by a spring, provide the mechanism whereby the drums eccentricity can be hydraulically displaced

HMC motor  valve rings valve rings are upgraded to cast iron material to allow for
FM3 Valve Housing
FM3 Valve Housing
FM4 Valve Housing
FM4 Valve Housing

INSERTED PISTON

INSERTED PISTON BRONZE INSERT

BRONZE INSERT

O RING RETAINERS

O RING RETAINERS
Sleeve
Sleeve

SPEEDI-SLEEVE

Sleeve SPEEDI-SLEEVE
Sleeve
Sleeve

SPEEDI- SLEEVE

Sleeve SPEEDI- SLEEVE
SERIAL NUMBERS SERIAL NO on end of SHAFT SERIAL NO ON NAMEPLATE

SERIAL NUMBERS

SERIAL NO on

end of SHAFT

SERIAL NUMBERS SERIAL NO on end of SHAFT SERIAL NO ON NAMEPLATE

SERIAL NO ON NAMEPLATE

USE THESE ITEM NOs TO IDENTIFY PRTS
USE THESE ITEM NOs
TO IDENTIFY PRTS

features

&

benefits

f eatures & b enefits

features and benefits

hydrostatically balanced distribution valve

features and benefits hydrostatically balanced distribution valve features  no side loading  easy to manufacture

features

  • no side loading

  • easy to manufacture

  • easy to assemble

  • simple construction

features and benefits hydrostatically balanced distribution valve features  no side loading  easy to manufacture

benefits

  • low wear

  • minimal efficiency loss

  • easy to repair

  • lowest cost

features and benefits

hydrostatically balanced con-rod

features and benefits hydrostatically balanced con-rod features  high starting and running torque  minimal wear

features

  • high starting and running torque

  • minimal wear

  • high mechanical efficiency

features and benefits hydrostatically balanced con-rod features  high starting and running torque  minimal wear

benefits

  • less additional pressure required for starting

  • longer life

  • optimum efficiency

  • lowest cost

features and benefits

con-rod retaining rings

features and benefits con-rod retaining rings features  prevents immediate damage due to inadequate boost pressure

features

  • prevents immediate damage due to inadequate boost pressure

benefits

  • more reliable in over running conditions

  • cavitation tolerant

features and benefits

taper roller bearings

features and benefits taper roller bearings features  reliable  readily available benefits  excellent side

features

  • reliable

  • readily available

benefits

  • excellent side and radial loading capacity

  • long life

  • generally outlasts the motor

some successful applications

some successful applications
  • back pressure

points to watch

one of the ports must be below 70 bar for continuous operation

  • drain line

minimum recommended drain line port is 12mm internal diameter.

  • drain line pressure

with the standard shaft seal the continuous pressure must not exceed 3.5 bar.

so watch out when connecting the drain into return lines or where long lines are

to be anticipated.

  • over running or free wheeling

a boost pressure must be provided to prevent the occurrence of cavitation this can be calculated using the formula and motor specific K factor as

shown in the product literature.

  • minimum speeds

minimum speeds change from motor to motor and vary inversely with the motor displacement. The figures given in the product literature are guaranteed minimums with no inertial effects taken into account. If the motor drives a flywheel for instance minimum speed can be lower

  • maximum speeds

the maximum speeds varies also in inverse proportion to the motor displacement. rated speeds given in the literature relate to rated pressure and power levels. if lower powers are being used higher maximum speeds are possible. the mechanical efficiency however will be reduced due to the higher pressure drops.

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