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RE 15 190/07.

03
Replaces: 02.92

Radial piston hydraulic motors


with a fixed displacement
Types MKM, MRM

Nominal sizes 11 to 250


Series 1X
Maximum operating pressure 315 bar Type MKM 11 AZ 1X/M2 A0
Maximum displacement 251 L/min
Maximum torque 1165 Nm

Overview of contents
Contents Page
Features 1
Ordering details 2
Technical data 3
Function, section 4
Motor types - overview, features, symbols 5
Bearing life, shaft strength 6
Type MKM 90 AZ 1X/M1 A1
Characteristic curves 7 to 12
Unit dimensions:
MKM 11 / MRM 11 13
MKM 22, 32, 45, 63, 90, 110 14
MRM 80, 125 15, 17
MRM 160, 250 16, 17
Shaft for tachometer, 2nd shaft end 18
Valve, subplate mounting 19 to 24
Motors with holding brake 25, 26
Circuit, storage, assembly, drain line, 27, 28
flushing connection, commissioning

Features Type MRM 160 AZ 1X/M1 A0

– Wide speed range – Very low operating noise level


– Linear acting backlash compensation control – Versions with:
– Smooth rotation even at very low speeds • Shaft for tachometer
– Extremely small moment of inertia permitting high reversal • Through shaft
frequency • Built-on valves
– Very suitable for control applications • With brakes
– Suitable for fire resistant fluids
© 2003
by Bosch Rexroth AG, Industrial Hydraulics, D-97813 Lohr am Main
All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or stored, processed, duplicated or circulated using
electronic systems, in any form or by means, without the prior written authorisation of Bosch Rexroth AG. In the event
of contravention of the above provisions, the contravening party is obliged to pay compensation.

MKM, MRM 1/28 RE 15 190/07.03


Ordering details

1X *
Motor type Further details
Standard motor = MKM in clear text
(NS 11, 22, 32, 45, e. g. gear unit
63, 90, 110) tacho/valves
Motor with Holding brake
backlash compensation No code = Without brakes
control = MRM LBD9A2

}
(NS 11, 80, 125, 160, 250) (see
LBD11A2 technical
Displacement – NS LBD124A2 data on page 5)
MKM MRM LBD249A2
11 cm3 = NS 11 • • = 11 Built-on valves, subplate mounting
22 cm3 = NS 22 • – = 22 (only in conjunction with line
33 cm3 = NS 32 • – = 32 connections A1)
44 cm3 = NS 45 • – = 45 No code = None
66 cm3 = NS 63 • – = 63 N01 = Pressure-anti-cavitation valve
81 cm3 = NS 80 – • = 80 (pressure stage
89 cm3 = NS 90 • – = 90 in clear text)
110 cm3 = NS 110 • – = 110 N61 = Pressure-anti-cavitation valve
126 cm3 = NS 125 – • = 125 Valve connection NS 6
161 cm3 = NS 160 – • = 160 to DIN 24 340
251 cm3 = NS 250 – • = 250 N101 = Pressure-anti-cavitation valve
• = Available Valve connection NS 10
1st shaft end to DIN 24 340
Cylindrical, key DIN 6885 =A Additional details
Splined shaft DIN 5480 =K No code = Standard
(only motor type MRM without NS 11) S99 = Flushing connection
Internally splined shaft DIN 5480 =H (not for NS 11)
(only motor type MRM without NS 11) T= Increased clearance for
2nd shaft end very high speeds and
Without 2nd shaft end = Z very high temperatures
Cylindrical Ø 10 mm for = M Pipe connections
tacho connection A0= Threaded connection, radial
Splined Ø 28 mm DIN 5480 = M10- A1= Flange connection, radial
(only motor type MKM without NS 11) (for NS 80, 125, 160, 250-SAE 3/4")
Series 10 to 19 = 1X B5= Threaded connections, axial
(10 to 19, unchanged installation and (only NS 22, 32, 45, 63, 90, 110)
connection dimensions) Flange version
NBR seals, suitable for =M 1= Face mounting - standard version
HLP mineral oil to DIN 51 524 part 2 (not for type MKM NS 11)
FKM seals, suitable for phosphate ester (HFD) =V 2= Flange mounting
for HFB and HFC – pressure reduced to 70 % 3= Face mounting
(only for NS 22, 32, 45, 63, 90, 110)

Ordering example: MKM 45 AZ1X/M2A0

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Technical data (for applications outside these parameters, please consult us!)
General
Design Radial piston motor, fixed displacement
Type MKM; MRM
Mounting style Flange mounting; front face mounting
Connection type Threaded; flange (depending on version)
Installation Optional
Shaft loading, bearing life See page 6
Nominal size NS 111) 112) 22 32 45 63 80 90 110 125 160 250
Moment of inertia J kg cm2 2.63 2.63 2.8 2.8 3.3 3.3 17 3.9 4.1 17 23 23
Weight m kg 12 12 17.4 17.4 18.8 18.8 40 21.4 21.4 40 58 58
Hydraulic
Displacement V cm3 11 11 22 33 44 66 81 89 110 126 161 251
Torque Specific theoretic T Nm/bar 0.17 0.17 0.35 0.52 0.7 1.05 1.29 1.41 1.75 2 2.56 4
Specific average T Nm/bar 0.15 0.15 0.32 0.48 0.63 0.95 1.16 1.27 1.59 1.8 2.38 3.7
Continuous T Nm 21 24 50 76.8 100 152 290 178 223 360 595 740
Max. T Nm 31.5 37.5 78 120 157 237 365 266 334 567 750 1165
Pressure differential Continuous pressure ∆p bar 140 160 160 160 160 160 250 140 140 200 250 200
Operating pressure, max ∆p bar 210 250 250 250 250 250 315 210 210 315 315 315
Peak pressure 3) ∆p bar 250 315 315 315 315 315 400 250 250 350 400 350
Max. summated pressure in ports A + B p bar 250 315 315 315 315 315 400 250 250 350 400 350
Leakage fluid pressure p bar 1.5 bar (special seals for higher pressures on request.)
Speed range From n min–1 10 5 10 10 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
Up to n min–1 3000 3600 2250 1500 1800 1200 800 900 750 600 800 600
For speeds ≤ 10 min–1 please take the operating instructions into
account, depending on the application minimum speeds of 0.1 min–1
are possible in closed loop applications.
Power Continuous P kW 3.5 4.7 6 6 9.5 9.5 12 8.5 8.5 12 24 24
Intermittent P kW 4.3 5.8 7.5 7.5 11 11 15 10 10 15 30 30
Pcontinuous Continuous working power (with a max. return pressure of 10 bar): If continuously exceeded, then rotary group flushing should be provided.
Pintermittent Power that intermittently (max. 10 % ED within an operating period of one hour) can be demanded.
Pressure fluid HLP mineral oil to DIN 51 524 part 2
HFB and HFC fluids – pressures reduced to 70 %,
Phosphate ester (HFD), FKM seals required
Pressure fluid temperature range ϑ °C – 30 to + 90
Viscosity range ν mm2/s 20 to 150 recommended operating range 30 to 50, up to 1000 on start-up
Cleanliness class to ISO code Maximum permissible degree of contamination of the pressure fluid
is to ISO 4406 class 20/18/15
The cleanlines class stated for the components must be adhered too in hydraulic systems. Effective filtration prevents faults from
occurring and at the same time increases the component service life.
For the selection of filters see catalogue sheets RE 50 070, RE 50 076 and RE 50 081.
Technical data for the holding brake
Design Spring pressure multiple disc brake, static holding brake;
dynamic operation only in the case of an emergency
Brake type LBD9A2 LBD11A2 LBD124A2 LBD249A2
Static braking moment (wet running) Tü Nm 17 190 400 740
Dynamic braking moment (wet running) Ts Nm 11 140 300 500
Air pressure p bar 20 – 250 30 – 320 30 – 320 30 – 320
Weight m kg 8 9.5 28 32
Motor type cross reference MKM 11 A2 MKM 22 A1 MRM 80 K2 MRM 160 K2
MRM 11 A2 MKM 32 A1 MRM 125 K2 MRM 250 K2
1) MKM; 2) MRM MKM 45 A1
3) Definition to DIN 24 312 peak pressure = pressure curve MKM 63 A1
which temporarily exceeds the maximum operating pressure MKM 90 A1
and at which the motor continues to remain operable. MKM 110 A1

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Function, section

Section X-X
9 6 3 D 7 F 4
A/B
X

L
1 X E 2 5 H 5 1 G 8 C

Types MKM and MRM hydraulic motors are fixed displacement Operating medium return
external radial piston motors. The pistons (6), which are again pushed outwards by the rotation of
Design the crankshaft (2) eccentric, expel the fluid from the cylinder chambers
(E), which are at present connected to the return flow line.
The main components are housing (1), crankshaft (2), cover (3), cover
plate (4), tapered roller bearings (5), pistons (6), control (7). Control
Rotary group details Design:
The radial pistons (6) act on the crankshaft (2) via needle bearings A flat distributor which moves in a linear manner.
(9) or via heptagonal rings with needle bearings. Purpose:
Crankshaft bearings: Distribution of incoming flow to the cylinder chambers, collection of
Pre-stressed, generously sized tapered roller bearings (5) in the X- return flow.
arrangement. Operating principle:
Power transmission pistons (6) – crankshaft (2): The control plate (7) incorprates an inner annular area (F) and forms
Via needle bearings (9) (or heptagon ring with needle bearings) with the annulus (8) an external annular chamber (G). By offsetting
the control plate (7) radially between the motor housing (1) and
Low friction losses, very long life, not sensitive to contamination, also
locking cover (4) with the help of the eccentric which is connected
suitable for maximum pressures and motor speeds, high starting
firmly relative to the crankshaft (2) the inner and the outer annular
torque, no stick/slip at low motor speeds, minimal leakage and high
areas are alternately brought into contact with the cylinders. The
efficiency.
annular areas themselves open out into ports A or B on the outside.
Operating medium, feed and return
Leakages
The operating medium is supplied to and carried away from the motor
Leakages occurring at piston (6) and control (7) are collected in the
by way of ports A or B. The cylinder chambers (E) are filled or emptied
motor casing (H) and discharged via drain port (C).
by way of the control and the channels (D) in the housing (1).
Flushing
Torque generation; operating stroke
With high powers and/or temperatures we recommend the use of
The operating medium in the cylinder chambers (E), which are at
rotary group flushing.
present connected to the supply, are pressurised. The pistons (6) are
pushed from the outside (external loading!) onto the eccentric of the Dependent on the type, 1 to 4 litres of flushing oil is fed into the
crankshaft (operating stroke) and the crankshaft rotates. drain connection L (4) and is then passed together with the motor
leakage via the flushing port S99 to tank.

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Motor types - overview Features

MKM
Rotary group
A/B – 7, 14 or 21 radially arranged pistons
– Power transmission piston - crankshaft: by means of pistons via
heptagonal ring with needle cage
Control
– Needle cage between the control plate and eccentric
– A flat distributor plate that moves in a linear manner with gap
seals to counter internal leakage and gap compensating sealing
against external leakage.
– Hydrostatic spring supported pressing of the pressure piece onto
the control plate
– Reduction in external leakage with minimal friction losses
L

MRM
Rotary group
B A – 5 or 10 radially arranged pistons
– Power transmission piston - crankshaft: by means of
hydrostatically unloaded pistons and pentagonal ring with
needle cage
Control
– Roller bearings between the control rings and eccentric
– A flat distributor plate that moves in a linear manner with
backlash compensation
L – Hydrostatic spring supported pressing of the control rings onto
the flat surfaces
– Hydrostatic backlash compensation of the flat eccentric surfaces,
spring supported via the pressure piece
– Reliable backlash compensation even at high reversing
frequencies
– Only very slight leakage with minimal friction losses
– The miniaturised shuttle valve ensures: that within the ring
chamber. between the control lands. the higher pressure that the
motor is being subjected too is applied

Symbols

With one shaft end With 2 shaft ends With holding brake

A A A

B L B L B L

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Bearing life, shaft strength

Ln-hyd10 is the modified nominal bearing life using mineral oil with a drives with mineral oil. As the operating speed is incorporated into
viscosity of n = 36 mm2/s in operating hours where 10 % of the the calculation approximatly as a proportionate figure, the table value
bearings may fail. 90 % achieve a higher bearing life. The average is converted accordingly.
mean bearing life Ln-hyd50 with mineral oil is approximately five times
Ln-hyd10. In practice a minimum of Ln-hyd50 can be expected for hydraulic

Type Speed Ln-hyd10 in operating hours at a defined ∆p and speed n


n with no external forces on the drive shaft.
(min–1) 100 bar 140 bar 160 bar 180 bar 210 bar 250 bar 315 bar
MKM / MRM11 1000 >100000 88950 56995 38489 23024
MKM 22/32 500 >100000 >100000 81400 54969 32883 18388
MKM 45/63 350 43679 14228 9119 6157 3683 2059
MKM 90/110 250 15719 5121 3281 2216 1325
MRM 80 400 >100000 >100000 >100000 >100000 97424 54484 25217
MRM 125 400 >100000 85030 54484 36792 22009 12308 5697
MRM 160 400 >100000 38925 24941 16843 10075 5634 2608
MRM 250 300 31319 10203 6537 4415 2641 1477 684

Ln-hyd10 in operating hours at a defined ∆p and speed n


MKM 11, 22, 32, 45, 63 max. permissible radial force at the centre of the output shaft = 4500 N
Type Speed MKM 90, 110 max. permissible radial force at the centre of the output shaft = 3000 N
n MRM 80, 125, 160, 250 max. permissible radial force at the centre of the output shaft = 10 000 N
(min–1) 100 bar 140 bar 160 bar 180 bar 210 bar 250 bar 315 bar
MKM / MRM11 1000 4963 4485 4235 3983 3614
MKM 22/32 500 5838 5092 4717 4353 3839 3225
MKM 45/63 350 9319 5898 4713 3788 2767 1704
MKM 90/110 250 11423 4689 3098 2115 1281
MRM 80 400 27172 22727 20610 18623 15923 12872 9118
MRM 125 400 20998 15203 12872 10897 8514 6190 3810
MRM 160 400 25074 14939 11648 9167 6523 4289 2344
MRM 250 300 14150 6882 4977 3681 2421 1387 656

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Characteristic curves (average value) measured at ν = 36 mm2/s; ϑoil= 50 °C; poutlet = 0 bar; pleakage oil = 0 bar
MKM 11
Minimum feed pressure
Flow qv in L/min during brake operation
and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.

Pressure differential p in bar →


Off-load characteristi curve

Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →


30
Torque T in Nm →

20

10

0 1000 2000 3000 4000


Speed n in min–1 →

Leakage flow

Leakage flow in dm3/min →


0,4

0,2

0 50 100 150 200 250


Speed n in min–1 → Pressure p1 in bar →

MRM 11
Minimum feed pressure
Flow qv in L/min during brake operation
and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.
Pressure differential p in bar →

Off-load characteristic curve


Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →

30
Torque T in Nm →

20

10

0 1000 2000 3000 4000


Speed n in min–1 →

Leakage flow
Leakage flow in dm3/min →

0,4

0,2

0 50 100 150 200 250


Speed n in min–1 → Pressure p1 in bar →

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Characteristic curves (average value) measured at ν = 36 mm2/s; ϑoil = 50 °C; poutlet = 0 bar; pleakage oil = 0 bar
MKM 22

Minimum feed pressure


Flow qv in L/min during brake operation
and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.

Pressure differential p in bar →


Off-load characteristic curve

Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →


Torque T in Nm →

Speed n in min–1 →

Leakage flow

Leakage flow in dm3/min →


3

0 80 160 240
Speed n in min–1 → Pressure p1 in bar →

MKM 32

Minimum feed pressure


Flow qv in L/min during brake operation
and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.
Pressure differential p in bar →
Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →

Off-load characteristic curve


20
Torque T in Nm →

10

0 500 1000 1500


Speed n in min–1 →

Leakage flow
Leakage flow in dm3/min →

0 80 160 240
Speed n in min–1 → Pressure p1 in bar →

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Characteristic curves (average value) measured at ν = 36 mm2/s; ϑoil = 50 °C; poutlet = 0 bar; pleakage oil = 0 bar
MKM 45

Minimum feed pressure


Flow qv in L/min during brake operation
and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.

Pressure differential p in bar →


Off-load characteristic curve

Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →


Torque T in Nm →

Speed n in min–1 →

Leakage flow

Leakage flow in dm3/min →


3

0 80 160 240
Speed n in min–1 → Pressure p1 in bar →

MKM 63
Minimum feed pressure
Flow qv in L/min during brake operation
and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.
Pressure differential p in bar →
Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →

Off-load characteristic curve


20
Torque T in Nm →

10

0 400 800 1200


Speed n in min–1 →
Leakage flow in dm3/min →

Leakage flow

0 80 160 240
Pressure p1 in bar →
Speed n in min–1 →

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Characteristic curves (average value) measured at ν = 36 mm2/s; ϑoil= 50 °C; poutlet = 0 bar; pleakage oil = 0 bar
MRM 80

Minimum feed pressure


Flow qv in L/min during brake operation
and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.

Pressure differential p in bar →


Off-load characteristic curve

Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →


Torque T in Nm →

Speed n in min–1 →

Leakage flow

Leakage flow in dm3/min →


3

0 100 200 300


Speed n in min–1 → Pressure p1 in bar →

MKM 90

Flow qv in L/min Minimum feed pressure


during brake operation
and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.
Pressure differential p in bar →

Off-load characteristic curve


Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →

20
Torque T in Nm →

10

0 300 600 900


Speed n in min–1 →
Leakage flow in dm3/min →

Leakage flow

0 80 160 240
Speed n in min–1 → Speed p1 in bar →

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Characteristic curves (average value) measured at ν = 36 mm2/s; ϑoil= 50 °C; poutlet = 0 bar; pleakage oil = 0 bar
MKM 110

Minimum feed pressure


Flow qv in L/min
during brake operation
and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.

Pressure differential p in bar →


Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →
Off-load characteristc curve
20
Torque T in Nm →

10

0 250 500 750


Speed n in min– 1 →

Leakage flow

Leakage flow in dm3/min →


3

0 80 160 240
Speed n in min–1 → Pressure p1 in bar →

MRM 125

Minimum feed pressure


during brake operation
Flow qv in L/min
and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.
Pressure differential p in bar →

Off-load characteristic curve


Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →

20
Torque T in Nm →

10

0 300 600 900


Speed n in min–1 →

Leakage flow
Leakage flow in dm3/min →

0 100 200 300


Speed n in min–1 → Pressure p1 in bar →

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Characteristic curves (average value) measured at ν = 36 mm2/s; ϑoil= 50 °C; poutlet = 0 bar; pleakage oil = 0 bar
MRM 160
Minimum feed pressure
during brake operation
Flow qv in L/min and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.

Pressure differential p in bar →


Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →
Off-load characteristic curve
Torque T in Nm →

Speed n in min–1 →

Leakage flow

Leakage flow in dm3/min →


6

0 100 200 300


Speed n in min–1 → Pressure p1 in bar →

MRM 250

Minimum feed pressure


during brake operation
Flow qv in L/min and closed circuit
operation to the off-load
characteristic curve.
Pressure differential p in bar →

Off-load characteristic curve


Inlet pressure Pinlet in bar →

20
Torque T in Nm →

10

0 200 400 600


Speed n in min–1 →

Leakage flow
Leakage flow in dm3/min →

0 100 200 300


Speed n in min–1 → Pressure p1 in bar →

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Unit dimensions: MKM 11 and MRM 11 (dimensions in mm)
Flange version „2“ (ISO 3019/2)
Pipe connection „A0“

45°
45°
5
14 H13

5
44

Ø 15,85 +0,025
18
Ø 125 h8
160 “X”

Ø 115
135

Ø 133
27,2
135
2 26 9
82 (92) 18,5 39
7
3 ~ 190 (~ 200)

View "X" 15

1 Port A
2,6
2 Port B 8
3 Direction of rotation viewed on the shaft end
Right: With flow from
port B to A
° 60°
60
/2
G1

Left: With flow from


port A to B
14

4 Leakage port
Ø3
1,5

5 Key A 5 x 5 x 20
G 1/4 DIN 6885
Ø 25
6 Counterbore for O-ring 21.89 x 2.62
1 4 2
7 Type MKM 11
8 Type MRM 11

Pipe connection “A1”

26 60
22 M12 x 14

2
100
70
34

°
30
15

44 4
Ø2 G1
5 /4

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Unit dimensions: MKM 22, 32, 45, 63, 90 and 110 (dimensions in mm)
Flange version „1“
Pipe connection „A0“
3 6
L1
Ø178
74 22 55
8
26 52
50 DIN 332

72

Ø30k6
36°

°
M8

Ø120h8
Ø80h8
Ø135
33

10
0

2,3
60°

G1
/
6x

19 Ø2 4
G1/2 5

1,3
77 °
30°
M8 Ø34 17
,14 14
° 77, 34,5
5 5 5 4 2
Flange version “2”
DIN ISO 3019/2
175 6 Type L1 Piston row(s)
18

L MKM 22 208 1
MKM 32 208 1
MKM 45 226 2
Ø 160 h8

MKM 63 226 2
MKM 90 248 3
0
20

MKM 110 248 3


Ø

45°

1 Port A
52
11 61 2 Port B
Flange version “3” 3 Direction of rotation viewed on the shaft end
6 Right: With flow from
port B to A
Left: With flow from
Ø 120 h8

140
port A to B
4 Leakage port G1/4
5 Flushing connection 2 x G1/4 (version „S99“)
6 Key A 8 x 7 x 45 DIN 6885
7x

51,
43° 52
51

,4 7 Counterbore for O-ring 21.89 x 2.62


3 °=
360 77
° 7 x M8, 10

Pipe connection “A1” Pipe connection “B5”


26
22
M12 x 14
70
1 4
1
G3/4

7
36
Ø25
100
34
70

36
G1/4
18

Ø42

2 4 0,5 36
°
44 3 6° 36° 2 14 1 8°
18

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Unit dimensions: MRM 80 and 125 (dimensions in mm)
Flange version „1“ with splined shaft „K“
Pipe connection „A0“
326
3 241 70 8
110 65 50 1,85
47 36
126

Ø37,5
M16
R4

72°

Ø 125h8
Ø 185
140
M12

0
16

78
31 Ø 40j6
129

19
56
36

G1
°

60
°
36 60 G 3/8,14 Ø47 7,5
° 4
17
54 174 10

4 5 1 2 Shown offset 5 7
Flange version “2” 1 Port A G 1
with through holes 2 Port B G 1
3 Direction of rotation viewed on the shaft end
223 Right: With flow from
140h8
port B to A
Left: With flow from
port A to B
4 Leakage port G 3/8
Counterbore Ø 28 mm, offset 72° in relation
to ports A and B
200 5 Flushing connection G 3/8 (version „S99“)
72°

160 6 Key A 12 x 8 x 56 DIN 6885


7 Shaft groove for retaining ring DIN 471
M12

72°

8 Splined shaft connection DIN 5480


W40 x 2 x 18 x 7h
11
9 Splined shaft connection DIN 5480
36° 60
° N45 x 2 x 21 x 9H

25 38

18
Shaft version “A” Shaft version “H” 6
69
65
7
6
12
Ø45H7
Ø35H7

M10
M16

Ø60
43

DIN 332
DIN 332 40k6

9 3
79 14–1,5

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Unit dimensions: MRM 160 and 250 (dimensions in mm)
Flange version „1“ with splined shaft „K“
Pipe connection „A0“
378
257 283 80
4
110 60 2,15
36
7

R4

M16
M12

Ø 125h8
Ø 185
Ø 47
140
0
16
78
72°

41 Ø 50j6
18°

66
G1
19

70
54 G 3/8,14 Ø47 7,5
°
42° 17
54 47
3 216 10
9 1 2 9 6
1 Port A G 1
Flange version “2”
with through holes 2 Port B G 1
3 Direction of rotation viewed on the shaft end
223 Right: With flow from
140h8
port B to A
links: With flow from
port A to B
4 Leakage port
Counterbore Ø 28 mm, offset 72 ° in relation
to ports A and B
200 5 Key A 14 x 9 x 70 DIN 6885
16 6 Shaft groove for retaining ring DIN 471
72°

0
7 Splined shaft connection DIN 5480
W50 x 2 x 24 x 7h
11

8 Splined shaft connection DIN 5480


72

N45 x 2 x 21 x 9H
M1
18°
9 Flushing connection G 3/8 (version „S99“)
2
42°
25 38

18
Shaft version “A” Shaft version “H”
6
86
82
7
5
14
Ø45H7
Ø35H7

M10
M16

Ø60
53,5

DIN 332
DIN 332 50m6

8 3
96 14–1,5

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Unit dimensions MRM 80, 125, 160 a und 250 (dimensions in mm)
MRM 80, MRM 125
Flange version “1” For dimensions
with splined shaft “K” see page 15
Pipe connection “A1”

3 4 54 174
47 10
129 126
M12
M10, 18 28 30
16
0

47.63

Ø20
68
60
°

22.23
72°
1 11 2

1 Port A SAE J 518 3/4" standard


2 Port B SAE J 518 3/4" standard
3 Direction of rotation viewed on the shaft end
Right: With flow from
port B to A
Left: With flow from
port A to B
4 Leakage port G 3/8
MRM 160, MRM 250 Counterbore Ø 28 mm, offset 72° in relation
Flange version “1” For dimensions to ports A and B
with splined shaft “K” see page 16 10 Flushing connection G 3/8 (version „S99“)
Pipe connection “A1” 11 Flange height from centre of shaft 80+0.5 mm

4 54 216
47
M12
M10, 18 28 30
16
0

47.63

Ø20
257

68
42°

22.23
72°

1 11 2 10

MKM, MRM 17/28 RE 15 190/07.03


Motor with tachometer shaft (dimensions in mm)
Ordering detail “M”
One size of tachometer shaft for all types, for measuring the motor speed, transmits a maximum torque of 5 Nm (for higher output torques
please consult us).

22

6 x 8 deep, on one 4
P.C.D. of Ø 63 20

Ø10h6
Ø40h8
Motor with through shaft (dimensions in mm)

Ordering detail “M10–” (only for MKM 22 to 110)


All of the radial piston motors of series MKM without the MKM 11 can be supplied with a through shaft, ordering detail M10-, for
transmitting the full motor torque.

56
4
50
35
19
Ø 40h8
M8

Ø 28k6

Splined
shaft DIN 5480
W 28 x 1.25 x 21 x 7h

RE 15 190/07.03 18/28 MKM, MRM


Valve design: pressure relief, anti-cavitation/feed, MKM...N01 (dimensions in mm)
Series MKM radial piston motors with two direct operated pressure relief valves, gauge port G 1/4, anti-cavitation/feed via two 0.1 bar check
valves and G 1/2 pipe connections.
100
67
33 160

A B
MA

49
L1

92
70
89
L
36°

22

44,5
Port Counter bore
Thread Depth Ø Depth
A G 1/2 16 28 1.3+0.1
MB
B G 1/2 16 28 1.3+0.1
L G 1/4 14 25 1.3–0.3
L1 G 1/4 14 20 1
B 39

237
L2 G 1/4 14 20 1
A
MA G 1/4 12 20 1
MB G 1/4 12 20 1
MA
Pressure stage I Up to 100 bar
Pressure stage II Up to 200 bar
Pressure stage III Up to 315 bar 53,5
Note: 89
The valve cartridges are not included within the scope of supply,
they must be ordered separately!
Pressure stage to be stated in clear text!

Symbol (Version „MKM...N01”), function


A B
Two individually adjustable DBDS 10 K1X/... valves protect the drive
L
from overloads. Via port L1 and two 0.1 bar check valves the occurring
leakage is fed back into the drive. A flow control valve can be screwed
into port L1 so that the feed flow can be controlled. For the anti-
cavitation function, the motor connection L is connected to L1 on the
block and L2 is connected to tank. The leakage back pressure of 0.5
MA MB bar causes the motor leakage oil to be fed into the circuit.

0,1 bar 0,1 bar

0,5 bar
L2 L1

A B

MKM, MRM 19/28 RE 15 190/07.03


Valve design: pressure relief, anti-cavitation/feed, valve connection NS 6, MKM...N61 (in mm)
Series MKM radial piston motors with two direct operated pressure relief valves, gauge ports G 1/4, anti-cavitation/feed via two 0.1 bar
check valves, G 1/2 pipe connections and valve connections NS 6 to DIN 24 340 form A6 (CETOP 3).
100 160
70 21,6
38 50
P T T

MA

49
L1
170
142

92
70
89

L
36 °

L
22

22,5
Port Counter bore
Thread Depth Ø Depth
A, B G 1/2 16 28 2.1+0.1 MB
P, T G 3/8 12 23 0.5+0.1
L G 1/4 14 25 1.3-0.3
T
39
L1, L2 G 1/4 14 20 1

237
MA, MB G 1/4 12 20 1
P
Pressure stage I Up to 100 bar
Pressure stage II Up to 200 bar MA
Pressure stage III Up to 315 bar
Note: 30
The valve cartridges are not included within the scope of supply, 89
they must be ordered separately!
Pressure stage to be stated in clear text!

Symbol (version „MKM...N61”), function


A B
With this block design valves with a porting pattern to DIN 24 340 form
L
A6 are bolted directly onto the motor.
Two individually adjustable DBDS 10 K1X/... valves protect the drive
from overloads. Via port L1 and two 0.1 bar check valves, the occurring
leakage is fed back into the drive. A flow control valve can be screwed
into port L1 so that the feed flow can be controlled. For the anti-
MA MB
cavitation function the motor connection L is connected to L1 on the
0,1 bar 0,1 bar block and L2 is connected to tank. The leakage back pressure of 0.5
bar causes the motor leakage oil to be fed into the circuit.
0,5 bar
L2 L1

P
T
A B

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Valve design: pressure relief, anti-cavitation/feed, valve connection NS 10, MKM...N101 (in mm)
Series MKM radial piston motors with two direct operated pressure relief valves, gauge port G 1/4, anti-cavitation/feed via two 0.1 bar check
valves and valve connection DIN 24 340 form A10 (CETOP 5). 50
100 25
4 17,5
P P

T
160
T
MA
197

49
156

L1

92
70
89

L
36°

L
26

Port Counter bore


Thread Depth Ø Depth
A, B G 1/2 16 28 2.1+0.1
MB
P, T G 1/2 14 28 0.5
L G 1/4 14 25 1.3–0.3 P
39
L1, L2 G 1/4 14 20 1

237
MA, MB G 1/4 12 20 1
Pressure stage I Up to 100 bar
Pressure stage II Up to 200 bar MA
Pressure stage III Up to 315 bar
Note:
53,5
The valve cartridges are not included within the scope of supply,
they must be ordered separately! 89

Pressure stage to be stated in clear text!

Symbol (version „MKM...N101”), function


A B
With this block design, directional, proportional or servo valves with
L a porting pattern to DIN 24 340 form A10 are bolted directly onto
the motor.
Two individually adjustable DBDS 10 K1X/... valves protect the drive
from overloads. Via port L1 and two 0.1 bar check valves the occurring
leakage is fed back into the drive. A flow control valve can be screwed
MA MB into port L1 so that the feed flow can be controlled. For anti-cavitation
0,1 bar 0,1 bar
function the motor connection L is connected to L1 on the block and
L2 is connected to tank. The leakage back pressure of 0.5 bar causes
0,5 bar the motor leakage oil to be fed into the circuit.
L2 L1

P
T
A B

MKM, MRM 21/28 RE 15 190/07.03


Valve design: pressure relief, anti-cavitation/feed, MRM...N01 (dimensions in mm)
Series MRM radial piston motors with two direct operated pressure relief valves, gauge ports G1/4, anti-cavitation/feed via two 0.1 bar check
valves and G 3/4 pipe connections.
68

13
° 70 115
72

L1

45
MA

80
L L

42

Port Counter bore


Thread Depth Ø Depth MA
A, B G 3/4 17 33 2.1+0.1
L G 3/8 14 28 1.5 MB
L1, L2 G 3/8 14 24 1
MA, MB G 1/4 14 20 1
Pressure stage I Up to 100 bar B A
Pressure stage II Up to 200 bar L2 L1
Pressure stage III Up to 315 bar L
Note:
The valve cartridges are not included within the scope of supply,
they must be ordered separately!
Pressure stage to be stated in clear text!

Symbol (version „MRM...N01“), function


Two individually adjustable DBDS 10 K1X/... valves protect the drive
A B from overloads. Via port L1 and two 0.1 bar check valves the occurring
leakage is fed back into the drive. A flow control valve can be screwed
L
into port L1 so that the feed flow can be controlled. When there is
sufficient back pressure L1 can be connected with the tank line.

MA MB

0,1 bar 0,1 bar

L2 L1

A B

RE 15 190/07.03 22/28 MKM, MRM


Valve design: pressure relief, anti-cavitation/feed, valve connection NS 6, MRM...N61 (in mm)
Series MRM radial piston motors with two direct operated pressure relief valves, gauge port G 1/4, anti-cavitation/feed via two 0.1 bar check
valves and valve connection DIN 24 340 form A6 (CETOP 3).

70 115 68

35 35 13
P P

78
°
72 T T
L1 MA

45
80
L L

Port Counter bore


Thread Depth Ø Depth
P, T G 1/2 17 28 1
MA
L G 3/8 14 28 1.5
L1, L2 G 3/8 14 24 1 MB
MA, MB G 1/4 14 20 1
Pressure stage I Up to 100 bar
T
Pressure stage II Up to 200 bar
P
L1
Pressure stage III Up to 315 bar L2
Note: L
The valve cartridges are not included within the scope of supply,
they must be ordered separately!
Pressure stage to be stated in clear text!

Symbol (version „MRM...N61”), function

With this block design, valves with a porting pattern to DIN 24 340
A B
form A6 are bolted directly onto the motor, due to the low entrapped
L volume of oil, this gives the drive good open loop or closed loop
control characteristics.
Two individually adjustable DBDS 10 K1X/... valves protect the drive
from overloads. Via port L1 and two 0.1 bar check valves the occurring
leakage is fed back into the drive. A flow control valve can be screwed
MA MB into port L1 so that the feed flow can be controlled. When there is
sufficient back pressure L1 can be connected with the tank line. L2 is
0,1 bar 0,1 bar plugged.

L2 L1

P
T
A B

MKM, MRM 23/28 RE 15 190/07.03


Valve design: pressure relief, anti-cavitation/feed, valve connection NS 10, MRM...N101 (in mm)
Series MRM radial piston motors with two direct operated pressure relief valves, gauge port G 1/4, anti-cavitation/feed via two 0.1 bar check
valves and valve connection DIN 24 340 form A10 (CETOP 5).

70 115 68

35 35 13
P P

78
°
72 T T
L1 MA

45
80
L L

Port Counter bore


Thread Depth Ø Depth
P, T G 3/4 18 33 0.5
MA
L G 3/8 14 28 1.5
L1, L2 G 3/8 14 24 1 MB
MA, MB G 1/4 14 20 1
Pressure stage I Up to 100 bar
T
Pressure stage II Up to 200 bar
P
L1
Pressure stage III Up to 315 bar L2
Note: L
The Valve cartridges are not included within the scope of supply,
they must be ordered separately!
Pressure stage to be stated in clear text!

Symbol (version „MRM...N101”), function


A B With this block design, valves with a porting pattern to DIN 24 340
L
form A10 are bolted directly onto the motor, due to the low entrapped
volume of oil, this gives the drive good open loop or closed loop
control characteristics.
Two individually adjustable DBDS 10 K1X/... valves protect the drive
from overloads. Via port L1 and two 0.1 bar check valves the occurring
MA MB
leakage is fed back into the drive. A flow control valve can be screwed
into port L1 so that the feed flow can be controlled. When there is
0,1 bar 0,1 bar sufficient back pressure L1 can be connected with the tank line. L2 is
plugged.

L2 L1

P
T
A B

RE 15 190/07.03 24/28 MKM, MRM


Holding brake type LBD9A2 for motor types MKM 11 and MRM 11 (dimensions in mm)

289,5
2 100 1 2 30°
9 58,5 S1
135
30

0
16
27,2 S1
125h8

135
18
+0,025
15,85

LB
LB
18,5 30° 14H13

4 3
1 Control line G 1/4 to bleed the brake
2 Breather filter (brake) M12 x 1.5
3 Brake drain oil connection M12 x 1.5
4 Key A5x5x20 DIN 6885

Holding brake type LBD11A2 for motor types MKM 22 to 110 (dimensions in mm)
11
61
50 73 175
3 45
4 2 1
45°

8
S1 00
S1 Ø2
Ø160h8
Ø30k6

Ø 120

33
175

15°

LB
45°

LB
DIN 332
9 3 Ø18
DS M8 106
167 148
315

1 Control line G 1/4 to bleed the brake


2 Breather filter (brake) M12 x 1.5
3 Brake drain oil connection M12 x 1.5
4 Key A8 x 7 x 45 DIN 6885

MKM, MRM 25/28 RE 15 190/07.03


Holding brake type LBD124A2 for motor types MRM 80 / MRM 125 (dimensions in mm)

472
79 138
10
DS-M16 DIN 332
65 2 1 60°
4 56
Ø11
S1

20
00

Ø2
90 Ø2
Ø140h8

Ø40k6

43
LB
5x
72
20 °

4 3

1 Control line G 1/4 to bleed the brake


2 Breather filter (brake) M12 x 1.5
3 Brake drain oil connection M12 x 1.5
4 Key A12 x 8 x 56 DIN 6885

Holding brake type LBD249A2 for motor types MRM 160 / MRM 250 (dimensions in mm)

535
96 142 18°
42°
DS-M16 DIN 332 10 18°
2 1
82
4 70

1
Ø1
7
5x

S1
93
Ø200
Ø140h8

L
Ø50k6

53,5

Ø22
0

LB
20
18°
4 3

1 Control line G 1/4 to bleed the brake


2 Breather filter (brake) M12 x 1.5
3 Brake drain oil connection M12 x 1.5
4 Key A14 x 9 x 70 DIN 6885

RE 15 190/07.03 26/28 MKM, MRM


Circuit example
Open circuit with brake control

Driven machine
7
2 4
3 6 6
Drive motor
5 1 Tank
1 8 2 Pump
3 Pressure relief valve
4 Filter
9
5 4/3-way directional valve
6 Pressure relief valve
7 Hydraulic brake motor
8 Check valve
9 3/2-way directional valve
Storage, assembly, commissioning

Storage
As delivered all of the connection holes in the motor housing are The brakes have a leakage oil connection and a breather filter
plugged with plastic plugs. The internal components are coated with M12x1.5. Both of the connections can be exchanged. Fit the filter to
hydraulic oil from the run on the test rig. The drive shaft and connection the highest point so that oil cannot run out.
flange are protected by an anti-corrosion oil. The motor can be stored When installing the holding brake apply it with pilot pressure so that
in this condition, in a dry room, for approx. 6 months. the shaft can be rotated.
For longer storage periods the motor is to be fully filled with a water
emulsifing hydraulic oil H-LPD. All ports are to be plugged or have
blanking flanges, these are to be oil tight. After no later than 12
months the hydraulic oil must be replaced and the drive shaft rotated
by hand approx. 10 times.
Mounting, assembly
– The installation orientation is optional.
– Never use a hammer to drive on the couplings, pinions, etc., use
screws to pull them on. Use the threaded hole in the drive shaft.
– The mounting surface must be flat and rigid.
– Use fixing screws with a minimum tensile strength class of 10.9, Drain oil line
with reversal operation used location bolts.
Lay the drain oil line so that the motor housing cannot drain, if
– Correctly line up the motor during assembly. necessary fit a check valve with maximum opening pressure of 0.2.
– Tighten the bolts to the prescribed tightening torque.

max. 0,2 bar

MKM, MRM 27/28 RE 15 190/07.03


Storage, assembly, commissioning

Flushing connection
Flushing the motor with approx. 1 - 3 L/min (dependent on the type)
is recommended for high temperatures and powers. Leakage and
flushing fluid is passed back to the reservoir. The maximum permissible
housing pressure in the leakage chamber is 1.5 bar.

max. 0,2 bar

Commissioning
Motor
Before the initial commissioning the motor has to be filled with filtered
operating medium via the drain connection. Drive the motor at a low
power until leakage oil escapes, then full power can be applied.
For motors with a separate flushing circuit first switch on the flushing
circuit then the motor.
Check the housing pressure: maximum of 1.5 bar leakage pressure.

Brake
Fill the brake before commissioning via the breather filter, remove
the filter to access the filling point (wet running).
LBD9A2 LBD11A2 LBD124A2 LBD249A2
0.01 litre 0.01 litre 0.02 litre 0.04 litre
Switch the holding brake more than once and check for correct
function.
During operation the motor and holding brake must not become
warmer than the operating medium.

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