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There are two common types of gear pumps, internal and external. Each type has a variety of subtypes, but all of them develop flow by carrying fluid between the teeth of a meshing gear set. While generally less efficient than vane and piston pumps, gear pumps are often more tolerant of fluid contamination.
1. Internal gear pumps produce pressures up to 3000 to 3500 psi. These types of pumps offer a wide viscosity range up to 2200 cSt, depending on flow rate and are generally quiet. Internal gear pumps also have a high efficiency even at low fluid viscosity.
2. External gear pumps are common and can handle pressures up to 3000 to 3500 psi. These gear pumps offer an inexpensive, mid-pressure, mid-volume, fixed isplacement delivery to a system. Viscosity ranges for these types of pumps are limited to less than 300 cSt.