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Metaris MHWFD Series Dual Pressure Dump Pumps

Our Dual Pressure Dump Pumps come equipped with two relief pressures on them: high pressure (3000 psi) for Walking Floor® applications and low pressure (2000 psi) for dump applications, each is selectable by a supplied air switch.

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Metaris Aftermarket MHWFD Series Dual Pressure Dump Pumps

Offering Remote Mount and Direct Mount Options

  • Dual Pressure Pump with Direction Control Valve
  • Pump Utilizes Two Relief Pressures:
  • High Pressure (3000 psi) for Walking Floor® Applications
  • Low Pressure (2000 psi) for Dump Applications
  • Factory Set Relief Pressures - these should not be adjusted
  • Includes Air Switch - used to switch between high and low pressure
  • Pump Mounting Bracket Included
  • Set up as a 3-Line System only

Metaris MHWFD Series Dump Pump Specifications

Pump Series Displacement Max RPM Flow at 1200 RPM Pressure (psi)
MHWFD2.0 5.1 / 83.6 1800 26.5 / 100.3 2000 to 3000

*Air pressure must be 80 psi minimum to operate high/low pressure relief air cylinder.
**PTO is required to operate at 130% of the engine speed. In most applications, the engine RPM is 1000-1200rpm when equipped with a Genuine Metaris PTO - this will be a 'C' or 'E' ratio.

Literature

MH Series Dump Pumps Cut Sheet   Download/View
Metaris Gear Product Technical Catalog   Download/View
Metaris Product Catalog   Download/View

Walking floor® is a registered trademark not owned by or affiliated with Metaris or Hydraulex Global.

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