Gear Lubricating Pump 

  • The pump is usually mounted outside the gear system. The pump should be located in a way that allows easy access for maintenance and inspection, as well as protection from dust, moisture, heat, and other contaminants
  • A gear lubricating pump is a type of positive displacement pump that uses two meshing gears to transfer lubricating oil to the gears and bearings of a machine
  • The function of a gear lubricating pump is to promote sliding between teeth, limit the temperature rise caused by friction, and prevent wear and premature failure of the gears 
  • There are different types of gear lubricating pumps, such as external gear pumps, internal gear pumps, etc.
  • The capacity of a gear lubricating pump is the amount of oil that it can deliver per unit time