|Product||Article No.||OE No.||Manufacturer||Model||Engine|
|Variable Waterpump||7.10942.00.0||04L 121 011 L/P/N||VAG||Arteon, Beetle, Caddy, Golf VII, CC,|
Passat, Sharan, Tiguan,
T-Roc, Crafter, Multivan, T6, Karoq,
Kodiac, Octavia, Rapid,
Superb, Yeti, Alhambra, Ateca, Ibiza,
Leon, Toledo, A1, A3, A4, A5, A6,
Q2, Q3, Q5, TT
|EA288 - 1.6 & 2.0 TDI EU6|
|Variable Waterpump||7.10942.06.0||274 200 09 00||Mercedes-Benz||C, E, SLK, SLC, GLC||M274 - 2.0 Gasoline EU6|
|Variable Waterpump||7.10942.07.0||270 200 08 00||Mercedes-Benz||A, B, CLA. GLA||M271 - 1.6 & 1.8 Gasoline EU6|
|Electrical Waterpump (CWA150)||7.09578.00.0||4KE 965 567 B||Audi||Etron||E-Motor: EASA/EAWA|
|Electrical Waterpump (CWA400)||7.05833.50.0||270 200 04 07||Mercedes-Benz||C, E, SLC, SLK, GLK, GLC||M274 - 2.0 Gasoline EU6|
|Water circulation pump||7.10102.03.0||8K0 965 561 A||Audi||A4, A5, Q5,||EA888 - 1.8 & 2.0 TFSI|
|Vacuum pump||7.04307.18.0||FT4E-2A451-CB||Ford||Edge/Fusion/Lincoln||2.7l DOHC 4V|
|Vacuum pump||7.07055.02.0||HG9Q2A451AA||Ford||S-Max/ Galaxy/Edge||2.0 Eco|
|Vacuum pump||7.07462.01.0||146502327R||Renault/Mercedes-Benz||Megane/A-Class/B-Class …||K9K872 / OM608.915|
|Vacuum pump||7.07863.05.0||HX7G2A451BA||Ford||Fiesta/Focus||1.5 EcoBoost|
|Vacuum pump||7.24807.90.0||DS7G-2A451-CB||Ford||S-Max/Focus/Galaxy/Kuga/C-Max||1.5 EcoBoost|
|Vacuum pump||7.24807.91.0||11 66 8 634 120||BMW||5er/7er||N63 B44 / S63 B44|
|Vacuum pump||7.24807.94.0||07K 145 100 J||Audi||A3/TT/Q3||2.5 RS Quattro|
|Vacuum pump||7.24807.95.0||14 65 084 18R||Renault/Opel||Master/Movano B/NV400||M9T 700/702/704/706|
|Vacuum pump||7.24807.97.0||29300-0W110||TOYOTA||Yaris/Verso||1ND-TV / 1NZ-FXE|
|Oil- / Vacuum pump||7.24808.29.0||11 41 8 518 405||BMW||1er/2er/3er/4er/5er||N47 D20|
|Oilpump||7.07919.19.0||03G 115 105 H||VAG||A3, Altea, Toledo, Leon, Ibiza,|
Octavia, Fabia, Superb, Caddy,
Golf V, Golf VI, Passat, Jetta, Touran, Scirocco
|EA288 - 1.6 & 2.0 TDI|
|Oilpump||7.07919.27.0||15 00 036 01R||Renault/Nissan/GM||Master, NV400, Movano||M9T - 2.0 Diesel EU4|
|Oilpump||7.07919.28.0||15 00 053 92R||Renault/Nissan/GM||Master, NV400, Movano||M9R - 2.3 Diesel EU4|
|Variable Oilpump||7.07919.33.0||V764737680||PSA/Opel/Mini||Berlingo, C3, C4, Picasso, C5, DS3,|
S4, DS5, 2008, 208, 3008, 308, 5008,
508, Partner, RCZ
EP6, N16/N18, 1.6 TPH - Gasoline
The cooling liquid of the water pump absorbs the heat from the engine block and cylinder head and releases it into the ambient air through the cooler. Depending on their design, mechanical water pumps are located either externally on the engine in their own pump housing or are flanged directly on the crankcase and are driven by a V-belt, toothed belt or the engine directly.
Quality features of our water pumps:
- High-quality sliding ring sealing cartridge
- Maintenance-free, long-life rolling bearings
- Flow-optimised impellers made from plastic, steel, aluminium or brass
- Gaskets and O-rings are included in the scope of supply
Electrical water pumps make a significant contribution to emission control on modern engine designs.
A delivery rate that is not dependent on the engine speed enables demand-based cooling. This reduces the power requirements whilst also cutting down on frictional loss, fuel consumption and pollutant emissions.
Pierburg has made this technology ready for series production and is the world’s first series-production supplier of electrical water pumps.
Water circulating pumps are used where cooling or heating functions need to be performed independently of the coolant circuit. In independent heating systems, water circulating pumps are used for quickly heating the passenger compartment, for example.
Ever since they were launched on the market in 1996, more than 50 million water circulating pumps have been produced in Pierburg’s plants.
Oil pumps ensure that engine parts are supplied with a sufficient quantity of lubricating oil. For sufficient cooling and lubrication, the total oil volume must be pumped 4 to 6 times per minute through the engine.
Moreover, the oil pump design must ensure that the lubricating points are supplied with fresh oil as fast as possible after cold starting, and the flow rate is always adequate even at low engine speeds.
To reduce CO2 emissions, Pierburg has developed variable oil pumps. With oil-hydraulic tasks, which are in part new, such as hydraulic valve clearance and camshaft compensation, piston cooling and many more, modern engines in the lower engine speed range require disproportionately large oil volumetric flows.
The delivery rate of the variable oil pumps can be adapted flexibly to the required oil volumetric flow, depending on the temperature, speed and load state of the engine. They help to deliver the oil when required, and thus save fuel.
In tandem pumps, supply pumps for different media are combined on a common axle. While the single-vane vacuum pump generates the vacuum for the brake booster, the connected oil pump takes over either the function of the main oil pump or draws in excess oil from the cylinder head as an oil suction pump.
Mechanical vacuum pumps can be driven by means of cams, tappets, chains, belts, or cam discs. Pumps that move a piston or diaphragm back and forth and generate a vacuum are well established in the field.
A newer development is vane pumps with a rotary drive. Here, a rotor with one or more vanes forms compartments, the size of which varies during the work cycle.
In "tandem pumps", vacuum pumps are combined with other supply pumps on a common axle. In the fuel/vacuum combination, they fulfil the functions of mechanical vacuum pumps and are also used for fuel feed.
While the single-vane pump generates the vacuum for the brake booster, the connected G-rotor oil pump draws in excess oil from the cylinder head and conveys it back to the crankcase sump.
Electric vacuum pumps can be switched on independently of the vehicle engine, and on demand. This saves fuel and reduces emissions.
In hybrid vehicles, electric vacuum pumps maintain brake boosters when the combustion engine is switched off.