ABHISHEK ENTERPRISES are a leading Hydraulic Hand Pump Manufacturers, Suppliers, Exporters in Pune, Maharashtra. With the assistance of our expert team of professionals, we design hydraulic hand pump by using the best quality raw material which are sourced from our trustworthy and reliable vendors. These pumps are suitable for many heavy duty construction applications.
Abhishek Enterprises is one of the leading Hydraulic Hand Pump manufacturers, suppliers and exporters in Pune, Maharashtra. With over years of experience in the industry, they have acquired expertise in designing and manufacturing hydraulic pumps for various applications.
We are a company with an excellent reputation for our product quality, customer service and timely delivery of orders. Our products are manufactured using high-quality raw materials sourced from reliable vendors that ensure the durability and reliability of the product. Our team is well-trained on how to handle the various types of hydraulic hand pump available in the market so they can provide you with accurate information about what would be best suited for your needs.
Backed by huge experience in hydraulic industry, we provide hydraulic hand pumps with a qualitative assortment at the best prices. These pumps are tested by our expertise quality controllers in different parameters such as performance, quality and life span in order to deliver productive and faultless products to our valuable patrons.
The hydraulic hand pump is a device that is used to move fluids. It works by converting the mechanical energy of a piston to hydraulic energy. The hydraulic hand pump can be used to transfer liquids, gasses and slurries.
The device has two cylinders, the lower and the upper. The lower cylinder is fitted with a piston that can be pushed back and forth by means of a lever. When it’s pushed down, it creates an area of high pressure in the lower cylinder, which forces liquid up into the upper cylinder. When it’s released, this area of high pressure disappears and all that remains is atmospheric pressure pushing liquid down in the upper cylinder. This causes liquid to flow back down into the lower cylinder and repeat the process again.
One cylinder is called the plunger, which moves up and down inside the other cylinder called the barrel. The plunger has a piston that fits tightly inside it and forms an airtight seal with it. The barrel has an opening at its top where fluid enters when it is pushed in by the plunger's movement up and down in it; this forms an airtight seal too because of atmospheric pressure on top of the plunger pushing back against atmospheric pressure from below.
Industrial applications, heavy duty, hydraulic systems