Working Pressure and Flow
The working pressure of pneumatic booster pump and power unit refers to the output pressure and flow rate of the pump when the driving pressure is 0.48Mpa. If the maximum output pressure of the pump is greater than the required working pressure, it is necessary to consider safety measures. For maximum output pressure, please refer to the "Approximate Ratio Table of Driving Pressure and Output Hydraulic Pressure under Static Conditions" in the catalogue. The selection of power unit is different from that of pump. For workflow, please refer to the "Performance Curve" in the product catalogue.
Pressure and flow rate of driving gas
The driving pressure of pneumatic booster pump and power unit in continuous operation is not more than 0.69 Mpa, and it can reach 1.03 Mpa in intermittent operation. In the best performance state, the air consumption of the pneumatic pump, please refer to the required driving gas flow meter.
Delivery liquid medium
The liquid medium guaranteed by the pneumatic booster pump is the focus of consideration in the selection of the pneumatic booster pump. The material of the hydraulic part and the hydraulic seal ring are determined by the liquid medium for delivery. Pumps can use oil, water and most liquid media. The main hydraulic sealing rings of standard pumps are polybutadiene rubber and polyurethane, and the one-way valve seats are sealed with Teflon. Other sealing materials include fluorocarbons and ethylene propylene, which are mainly used for special medium for delivery. Please consult factory or local distributor for seal information selection.
The volume and weight that pneumatic booster pumps can bear. For some applications, the shape size and weight of pneumatic booster pumps and power units should also be considered.
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