The provided gear pump utilizes the meshing of equipment to pump liquid by displacement. It is among the most normal kinds of pumps for hydraulic liquid power usages. This was first invented in 1600s by Johannes Kepler. In addition, it is broadly utilized in chemical installations to pump elevated viscosity liquids. There are two fundamental variations such as internal gear pumps and external gear. The latter utilizes both internal and external spur gears while the former uses dual external spur gears. Our gear pump is a positive displacement that implies it pumps a uniform amount of liquid for every revolution.