|Designation||Value||Unit: metric (US)|
|Maximum Fluid Pressure||96 (1392)||bar (psi)|
|Maximum Air Pressure||6 (87)||bar (psi)|
|Air Consumption||41.5 (24.4)||m³/h (cfm)|
|Maximum Temperature||60 (140)||°C (°F)|
|Cylinder||240 (8.11)||cc (oz)|
|Recommended Air Pressure||2 - 5 (29 - 72.5)||bar (psi)|
|Fluid Output at 30 cycles/mn||7.20 (1.9)||l/min (gal/mn)|
|Fluid Output at 20 cycles/mn||4.8 (1.27)||l/mn (gal/mn)|
|Fluid Volume per Cycle||240 (8.12)||cc|
|Free Flow Rate||14.4 (3.8)||l/mn (gal/mn)|
|Fluid Output at 15 cycles / mn||3.6 (0.95)||l/mn (gal/mn)|
|Air Consumption at 30 cycles/mn at 4 bar (60 psi)||41.5||m³/h (cfm)|
|Displacement Per Cycle||240 (14.64)||cc (cubic inch)|
|Motor Type||2000-4 / 2000-4T|
|Air Inlet||F3/8" NPS - M3/4" NPS / F3/4" BSP|
|Fluid Outlet||M1/2" NPS / M1/2" JIC|
|Fluid Inlet||F 1" BSP / M 26 x 125|
|Number of Cycles per liter of products||4|
|Sealing Packing Lower PEHD||♦|
|Sealing Packing Upper PTFE G - Polyfluid||♦|
|Wetted Parts: Hard Chrome SST, Standard SST, Carbide||♦|
|Weight||27 (59.5)||kg (lbs)|
A Chevron packing set independently reacts to pressure & automatically affects a seal.
2 ball pumping technology is highly utilized in fluid sections with one ball / seat for suction & the other ball / seat for feeding.
Designed to hide profile & surface imperfections, water-based primers & sealers are environmentally friendly.
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Polyurethane Top Coat is a two- or three-pack isocyanate-cured polyurethane that gives a durable, high gloss finish. Isocyanates included in the hardener are moisture-sensitive & need a specific process for insulating the circuit.
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Multi-Component Epoxy Acid Catalyzing (AC) systems require a hardener or catalyst to dry/cure, which works by starting & maintaining the binder's curing process until the chemical reaction is complete. The solvent evaporates prior to & during the chemical reaction concluding a final film of lacquer, paint or filler. Curing times of AC products can be dramatically accelerated with heat application.
Protection, bonding, finishing, dispensing & sealing for interior & exterior joinery
This simple concept is delivering different color to several automatic guns with temperature management.