Air Powered Industrial Diaphragm Pumps
L2 and L4 self priming, air powered double diaphragm pumps are an efficient fluid pumping solution for the transfer and transport of low, medium and high viscosity fluids and can power different work points in a cost effective and efficient way at low pressure.
Air operated diaphragm pumps are a form of positive displacement pump and work by introducing compressed air through the pneumatic exchange behind one of the two diaphragms, this generates compression and pushes the product into the delivery duct, at the same time the opposing diaphragm creates a vacuum and intakes product. Once one stroke has been completed the pneumatic exchange diverts the compressed air to the opposite diaphragm and the cycle is reversed.
Our diaphragm pumps carry Atex certification, and come in either Aluminium or Stainless Steel, with a choice of seal materials, offering maximum flow-rates of 21-40 Litres per minute. Simple to use robust pumps are self priming, portable and able to pump materials with high solid or abrasive contents.
Features & Benefits
- Starting point at minimal pressure.
- Low noise level.
- Quick self priming immediate flow.
- Reinforced long-life pump membranes.
- Corrosion and leak resistant construction.
- Adjusts speed at high pressure.
- High flow reduces work cycles and wear.
- Wall bracket or drum mounted pump.
- Minimal maintenance.
Fluid Transfer Applications
- Paints and Primers.
- Solvents and cleaning agents.
- Inks and dyes.
- Lubricants, vegetable & mineral oils.
- Acids and caustics.
- High density, abrasive and corrosive fluids.
- General chemical products.
|Atex Certified EX III 2 G c IIB T4||L2 1:1 Diaphragm Pump||L4 1:1 Diaphragm Pump|
|Pump Material||Aluminium or Stainless Steel|
|Use||Transfer of low-medium viscosity fluids|
|Diaphragm Material||PTFE or Rubber|
|Max. Flow Rate||21 L/min||40 L/min|
|Max. Air Supply Pressure||7 bar||8 bar|
|Max. Air Consumption||120 L/min||190 L/min|
|Dimensions||170 x 230 x 196 mm||205 x 320 x 220 mm|
|Weight||6 Kg||8 Kg|
|Max. diameter of solids||2.4 mm||3 mm|
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