Oil pumps are driven directly or indirectly by a shaft, that draws oil and forces it, under pressure, through the engine lubrication system. This helps lubricate the parts so the machine will function efficiently with little resistance or friction between them. Besides resulting in smoother running of the machinery, oil pumps also extend the life of all its parts. It ensures that the parts don't melt or get misshapen from the heat generated as they work.
Several types of fuel pumps such as automotive fuel pumps, mechanical pumps, electric fuel pumps and diesel fuel engine pumps are currently out in the market to suit various requirements.
- Mechanical oil Pumps - Mechanical fuel pumps are used on older engines that have a low pressure electric fuel pump mounted in or near the oil tank and are designed to run off of the engine’s momentum.
- Electric oil Pump - Electrical fuel pumps have become much popular these days because of its ability to produce high pressures, which is needed for fuel injection at all the speeds.
- Turbo Pump - Also known as centrifugal pumps, these are very large and powerful, usually propelled by a gas turbine and are normally reserved for a more high volume engine type.
- Rotary pumps
- Piston Pump
- Bulk filler transfer pump
- Stainless steel air operated pump
- Robust heavy duty oil pump
- Explosion proof pump
- Lever pump
- Auto Chassis lube filler pump
- Low pressure grease filler pump
- Air operated 1:1 Diaphragm pumps
- Plastic rotary pump
- 12 & 24 volt electric pumps
- T handle oil pump
- Hand operated Jumbo semi auto pump
- Traditional Heavy Duty Return Action Rotary Pump
Mostly materials such as cast iron, steel, carbon steel, stainless steel and sintered bronze alloy are used in manufacturing of fuel pumps. Following are few of the types of oil pumps that we stock:
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For a further information on our full range of Oil pumps, please visit us at our factory and showroom at Roway Lane, Oldbury, West Midlands, B69 3EJ. You can also call us at 0121 544 3090 or email us at email@example.com for any queries you may have.