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Enerpac ATP-1500 Ultra High Pressure Air Pump with 1500 Barometers Maximum Air Pressure


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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Enerpac
Part Number ATP1500
Number of Items 1
UPC 662005200023
EAN 0662005200023
UNSPSC Code 40151533

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Product Features

  • High-pressure hydraulic air pump for lifting, bolting, or applying pressure with a hydraulic cylinder (sold separately) or powering a hydraulic tool in settings where compressed air is the preferred power source
  • Maximum operating pressure of 21,750 pounds per square inch (psi)
  • Pump internal components are self-lubricated and do not require lubricated air
  • Built-in glycerin-filled pressure gauge indicates system pressure
  • Adjustable output pressure relief valve helps protect the pump from overload

Product Details


Product Description

The Enerpac ATP 1500 high-pressure hydraulic air pump is for lifting, bolting, or applying pressure with a hydraulic cylinder (sold separately) or powering a hydraulic tool in plant maintenance, fabrication, production, bolting, vehicle repair, and other applications where compressed air is the preferred power source. The pump's internal components are self-lubricated and do not require lubricated air. A built-in glycerin-filled pressure gauge indicates system pressure. An adjustable output pressure relief valve helps protect the pump from overload. The pump has a steel frame that resists corrosion and wear and can be grasped to transport the unit.

Specifications

Maximum operating pressure21,750 pounds per square inch (psi)
Maximum output flow rate, per minute, at 0 psi (100 psi inlet pressure)26 cubic inches
Maximum output flow rate, per minute, at 21,750 psi (100 psi inlet pressure)4 cubic inches
Usable oil capacity1 gallon
Inlet air-pressure range80 to 90 psi
Air consumption, at 100 psi discharge pressure21 standard cubic feet per minute (scfm)
Maximum operating noise level70 decibels (A)
Oil viscosity range150 to 165 Saybolt universal seconds (SUS)
Operating temperature range-20 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
Weight54 lb.
Dimensions15.3 x 15.75 x 15 inches (H x W x D)

H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from back to front.

Hydraulic pumps lift, bolt, or apply pressure to objects by pressurizing and moving hydraulic fluid. A hydraulic pump consists of a base, a reservoir that holds hydraulic fluid, and an operating mechanism, such as a handle or foot pedal, an electric motor, compressed air, or a gasoline engine. When the operating mechanism is activated, pressurized hydraulic fluid from the reservoir is delivered through an attached hose to a hydraulic cylinder. The pressurized hydraulic fluid in the cylinder lifts the cylinder’s piston, which in turn lifts the load. Hydraulic hand pumps are usually made of steel, or aluminum and nylon, and can be single-speed or two-speed. They are used in a wide range of applications, such as construction, manufacturing, and maintenance and repair applications in both industrial and home settings.

Enerpac manufactures industrial hydraulic equipment for lifting, workholding, and other applications, and provides integrated lifting solutions for bridge construction, mining, shipbuilding, and other industries. The company, founded in 1959, is headquartered in Menominee Falls, WI.


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