Danfoss launches D1 pump in North America

D1P 145 CC pump

Danfoss Power Solutions introduced the D1 High Power Open Circuit Axial Piston Pump to the North American market.

The D1 pump is a high pressure, high flow variable displacement axial piston pump, developed specifically for open circuit systems in the most extreme application environments. Its robust design makes it an ideal solution for mining, heavy duty construction, forestry, material handling and marine, oil and gas markets.

“This pump was designed for the harshest applications so it can meet our customers’ toughest needs,” said Juston Lisk, sales development manager at Danfoss Power Solutions. “For these industries, dependability and reliability are key. The D1 pump from Danfoss delivers on those aspects.”

The addition of the D1 pump expands the Danfoss open circuit portfolio to include higher hydraulic power options — up to 160 gpm — for OEM customers. Working seamlessly with the new PVG 128/256 high flow valves, OEMs have the ability to extend hydraulic support for all their high flow system needs.

The pump’s advanced open circuit control options make it ideal for drill rigs, artificial lift systems, harvesters, mulchers, wheel loaders, dumpers, pipe-handling systems and more.

The D1 pump is offered with:
• Four displacement options from 130-260cc
• Pressure, load sense, power limiting and displacement controls
• Output pressure up to 350bar [5075psi] continuously, 400bar [5800psi] intermittently
• An integral charge pump allows the D1 pump to run at speeds up to 2500rpm

Global expertise, local support, faster lead times

While the D1 pump was developed and designed with global expertise, customers will also benefit from the strong local service provided by Danfoss.

Danfoss offers technical support through its wide network of local distributors in every state in the U.S. and in more than 100 countries. This level of support translates to shorter lead times and faster delivery for OEMs, allowing them to get to market faster.

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