|Designation||Value||Unit: metric (US)|
|Pressure Ratio||8 : 1|
|Maximum Fluid Pressure||48 (695.7)||bar (psi)|
|Maximum Air Pressure||6 (87)||bar (psi)|
|Air Consumption||20.4 (12)||m³/h (cfm)|
|Maximum Temperature||60 (140)||°C (°F)|
|Cylinder||240 (8.1)||cc (oz)|
|Fluid Output at 30 cycles/mn||7.2 (1.9)||l/min (gal/mn)|
|Free Flow Rate||14.4 (3.8)||l/mn (gal/mn)|
|Air Inlet||F 3/4 BSP|
|Fluid Outlet||M 1/2 JIC|
|Fluid Inlet||M 26 x125|
|Number of Cycles per liter of products||4|
|Sealing Packing Lower PEHD||♦|
|Sealing Packing Upper PTFE G - Polyfluid||♦|
|Height||86.4 (34)||cm (in)|
|Width||35.6 (14)||cm (in)|
|Depth||25.4 (10)||cm (in)|
|Wetted Shares: Stainless Steel||♦|
|Weight||27 (59.5)||kg (lbs)|
This technology represents a new generation of sealing designed to extend the life of a pump piston.
2 ball pumping technology is highly utilized in fluid sections with one ball / seat for suction & the other ball / seat for feeding.
Epoxy primer/sealer is a non-porous finish that is typically recommended as the first base coat over bare steel.
Epoxy primer/sealer multi-component is a non-porous finish base mixed with a hardener that is typically recommended as the first base coat over bare steel.
Designed to hide profile & surface imperfections, multi-component polyurethane primers & sealers improve adhesion of top coats to the substrate due to the addition of a hardener.
Designed to hide profile & surface imperfections, water-based primers & sealers are environmentally friendly.
Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) is available in a water-based solution for environmental protection.
Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) is a paint commonly applied to military vehicles to provide protection against chemical & biological weapons. The surface of the paint is engineered to be easily decontaminated after exposure to chemical warfare & biological warfare agents. The paint is also resistant to damage & removal by decontaminating solutions.
Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) can be two-component polyurethane paint commonly applied to military vehicles to provide protection against chemical & biological weapons.
Catalyzed polyurethane clear coats and paints are prized for their durability and versatility around the world. They are used on everything from wood cabinetry, mill work and furniture to planes, trains, and automobiles. They are usually mixed with isocyanates in the hardener. The isocyanate component of polyurethane reacts with moisture in the air and form a hard crystalline structure.
UV-resistant epoxy systems mixed with hardener cure faster & in moist conditions.
UV coatings can be formulated up to 100% solids so that they have no volatile component that contributes to pollution.
Water-based UV coatings can be considered aesthetically equivalent to bi-component acrylic & polyurethane solvent-based coatings. The range is composed of both pigmented & transparent products.
UV curable epoxy systems do not require the addition of curing agents. They cure within minutes, or even seconds, and have unlimited working times.
The UV polyurethane multi-components are especially designed for very strong UV stability. Mixing with hardener gives very high durability & UV resistance.
The UV polyurethanes are especially designed for UV stability, The coating is long lasting, offers excellent substrate protection, provides an attractive finish & is user-friendly.
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.
Top Coat Epoxys are used for decorative flooring applications, such as Terrazzo flooring, chip flooring & colored aggregate flooring.
Two-part epoxy coatings were developed for heavy duty service on metal substrates & use less energy than heat-cured.
Water-based polyurethane is popular because of its low odor & low toxicity. It goes on clear without adding a faint color like oil-based versions do & it dries much faster.
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. The catalyst is moisture-sensitive and requires a Flowmax® technology protection.
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.