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Parker Hannifin Hydraulic Motor: 7/8-14 Inlet Port Size, 24.7 cu in/rev Displacement, 231 RPM Max Speed, Top

Item # 844R890

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Product Specs

Inlet Port Size: 7/8-14
Displacement: 24.7 cu in/rev
Maximum Speed: 231 RPM
Maximum Intermittent Pressure: 4,000 psi
Maximum Flow Rate: 25 gpm
Minimum Oil Viscosity: 7.4 cps
Shaft Diameter: 1 1⁄4 in
Shaft Length: 2 3⁄8 in
Port Type: Top
SAE Flange Mount: SAE A 2-Bolt
Application: Zero Turn Mowers; Winches; Wood Chippers; Sweepers; Vehicle Propulsion; Augers; Chain Drives; Winches and Boom Rotate; Conveyers; Combine Harvesters; Specialty Harvesters; Mini and Walk-Behind Skid Steer; Tool Carrier; Portable Irrigation System; Post Hole Auger; Skid Steer Attachments; Combine Header Drives; Golf Course Maintenance Equipment; Sprayers; Trenchers; Snow Removal; Salt and Sand Spreader; Scissor Lifts; Blenders
Displacement Type: Fixed
Enclosure Finish: Enamel
Enclosure Material: Steel/Iron
Features: Robust Construction for Longer Life; Continuous Oil Flow Across Splines for Longer Life; Superior Side Load Capacity; Smooth Extra Low Speed Operation; High Pressure Shaft Seal Standard; Innovative Design Eliminates Case Drain; Dependability Based on High Quality Design and Manufacturing
Maximum Continuous Pressure: 1,850 psi
Maximum Oil Temperature: 180 ° F
Maximum Operating Temperature: 200 ° F
Minimum Speed: 18 RPM
Number of Bolts: 2
Outlet Port Size: 7/8-14
Overall Height: 5 1⁄8 in
Overall Length: 8 7⁄8 in
Overall Width: 5 1⁄4 in
Parker Motor Series: TF
Port Thread: 7/8"-14
Power: 29.7 hp
Pressure Rating: 1,850 psi
RoHS Compliant: Yes
Shaft Design: Keyed
Shaft Keyway Length: 1 1⁄2 in
Shaft Keyway Width: 3⁄8 in
Shaft Material: Steel
Shaft Rotation: CW/CCW
Torque: 916 N/m
Manufacturer Part Number: TF0405AS030AAAA

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • USA

About General Purpose Hydraulic Motors

Power a wide variety of industrial equipment in environments that an electric motor can't with these general purpose hydraulic motors. Hydraulic motors convert hydraulic energy into mechanical power without the need for electricity, making them a good choice in high temperature environments or when the motor needs to be submerged. These motors provide a higher output force in a smaller housing and weight than electric motors, and can be used to drive heavy loads such as in cranes, manufacturing conveyor belts, and construction equipment. Smaller hydraulic motors can be used in mobile machinery where a larger electrical motor would not be practical.