Many times people request fixed displacement gear pumps by providing GPM @ a particular PSI. For instance, 45 GPM @ 3000 PSI. How is the size of the gear pump determined by this? If RPM must be provided and you use the formula RPM*CIR/231 then what does PSI have to do with the selection?
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