Air Operated Double Diaphragm Pump Characteristics
With improvements, adaptations and various forms of the pump materialized. Air-driven diaphragm pumps, in various applications today because of the enhancements, and electrical and digital advancements have increased efficiency, performance, precision and monitoring capabilities.
Air Operated Double Diaphragm Pump have an innovative flow pattern to minimize internal friction losses.These design features ensure that the compressed air is only used to move the liquid and not to compensate for friction losses.
Self-priming and sealless, our pumps are ideal for abrasive, semisolid, corrosive and shear sensitive materials.They are also chosen for applications; where electricity is not available, or cannot be used due to safety conditions.Diaphragm pumps provide pollution-free and energy-efficient operation, with fewer moving parts than conventional motor-driven pumps.
Maintenance costs are significantly reduced for many fluids because in the event of a diaphragm failure, the air drive system is not contaminated or in need of extensive cleaning or replacement.
Air is prevented from entering the fluid being pumped, so critical applications (example: ceramic slip) where air mixed with the transfer fluid would degrade the final product can be performed reliably even in the event of diaphragm failure.
Temperature limitations are based on the mechanical stress only. Certain chemical will significantly reduce the the maximum safe operating temperatures. Contact us for chemical compatibility and temperature limits for specific fluids.
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