T-Rex XHD 4 inch hydraulic driven water pump 3785 lpm 55 m head

T-Rex XHD 4 inch hydraulic driven water pump 3785 lpm 55 m head

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Code: 1500.WPXHD1BOM
Brand: T-Rex
Country of Origin: Australia
Weight: 71 kg
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T-Rex XHD 4 inch hydraulic driven water pump
3785 lpm
55 m head
Pump ports:
Inlet port: 100 mm (4 inch) roll groove
Outlet port: 80 mm (3 inch) roll groove
Max pump flow:
30 m head @ 3785 lpm
3 bar (43 psi) @ 3785 lpm 
Max pump pressure:
55 m head @ 1000 lpm
5.5 bar (80 psi) @ 1000 lpm 
Max pump efficiency:
48 m head @ 2450 lpm
4.8 bar (70 psi) @ 2450 lpm 
Hydraulic motor:
Gear motor design
32 cc
80 lpm max
180 to 200 bar (2600 to 3000 psi) rated pressure
250 bar (3600 psi) max pressure
2500 rpm max speed
SEA-B 2 bolt mounting
7/8 inch with 1/4 inch key or 13T spline shaft
Materials:
Shaft: high tensile 1040 or stainless option
Impeller: cast iron (Stainless steel option)
Frame: grade 250 carbon steel
Description:
Designed specifically for water trucks based on many years of T-Rex experience and development
Small compact mount footprint dimensions
Pump housing rotates to align with your pipework as required
Easy-to-service mechanical pump shaft seal
This pump is proudly made in Melbourne, Australia
Dimensions (bare pump without hydraulic motor):
294 x 382 x 364 mm (L x W x H)

Question:
We have a couple of clients wanting to purchase XHD T-Rex pumps
What’s their self-priming capabilities like?  
They want to fill the tank with it, I take it they are not designed for this?
What is the max distance they will suck from? eg. a creek / dam etc.
Answer:
The XHD is not a self-priming pump
If the pump is primed via back flooding or a priming pump, then they perform very well and will pump more efficiently then a self-priming pump
TTi configures their water trucks for self-filling in conjunction with T-Rex diaphragm priming pumps, and from what I hear, they work very well
The suction hose will need a foot valve. 
The cast iron impeller handles rocks up to 10 mm, but we don't advise pumping rocks

The T-Rex story
Who are we?
We're a multi-generational Australian family business that was founded in 1985 by Rex Jones. 
Rex has always focused on producing products for harsh environments in the demolition and earthmoving industries. 
Over time we found our niche in water trucks, and this is where we plan to stay.
What do we do?
We innovate. 
We see problems and make solutions. 
We have a fully equipped manufacturing facility with the ability to make just about anything from steel. 
We also work with great local companies who support us with CNC machining, powder coating and laser cutting. 
All our designs are made in house using the latest 3d cad software.
We don't build water trucks, just the components so you can create the best.
We're here to support the water truck industry with our products. 
We work with some of the most respected water truck manufactures in Australia.
What do we stand for?
We understand the demands of the industry and your customers. 
With our quality products and exceptional service, we won't let you down!
T-Rex is located here today:
T-Rex Water Trucks
2 Ayton Street, Sunshine North, Victroria, Australia, 3020
Question:
We have a couple of clients wanting to purchase XHD T-Rex pumps
What’s their self-priming capabilities like?  
They want to fill the tank with it, I take it they are not designed for this?
What is the max distance they will suck from? eg. a creek / dam etc.
Answer:
The T-Rex XHD is not a self-priming pump
If the pump is primed via back flooding or a priming pump, then they perform very well and will pump more efficiently then a self-priming pump
TTi configures their water trucks for self-filling in conjunction with T-Rex diaphragm priming pumps, and from what I hear, they work very well
The suction hose will need a foot valve. 
The cast iron impeller handles rocks up to 10 mm, but we don't advise pumping rocks
The T-Rex story
Who are we?
We're a multi-generational Australian family business that was founded in 1985 by Rex Jones. 
Rex has always focused on producing products for harsh environments in the demolition and earthmoving industries. 
Over time we found our niche in water trucks, and this is where we plan to stay.
What do we do?
We innovate. 
We see problems and make solutions. 
We have a fully equipped manufacturing facility with the ability to make just about anything from steel. 
We also work with great local companies who support us with CNC machining, powder coating and laser cutting. 
All our designs are made in house using the latest 3d cad software.
We don't build water trucks, just the components so you can create the best.
We're here to support the water truck industry with our products. 
We work with some of the most respected water truck manufactures in Australia.
What do we stand for?
We understand the demands of the industry and your customers. 
With our quality products and exceptional service, we won't let you down!
T-Rex is located here today:
T-Rex Water Trucks
2 Ayton Street, Sunshine North, Victoria, Australia, 3020