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212 Hydraulic check.

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On 2/2/2020 at 12:36 AM, sirlandsalot said:

It’s a constant flow pump that maintains  PSI no matter the rpm.

The piston type pump provides constant flow via a swashplate.  Pressure is set by relief valve.  At lower RPM the swashplate may be at max deflection if there is too much demand on the system.  It's supposed to maintain flow at the rated pressure.

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6 hours ago, Heliian said:

The piston type pump provides constant flow via a swashplate.  Pressure is set by relief valve.  At lower RPM the swashplate may be at max deflection if there is too much demand on the system.  It's supposed to maintain flow at the rated pressure.

Thanks is for that Heliion,  

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On 2/4/2020 at 2:37 AM, Crusty said:

Check is not done at idle to prevent excessive MR flapping and and MR hub damage.

Crusty....is that Eagle Crusty? Or another Crusty.

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