02C85 Airspray Paint Pump
- Compact Design: easy to integrate into a finish workshop
- Rugged - high sealing capacity seals: compatible with a wide range of materials
- Can be used on a heated circulation system
|Designation||Value||Unit: metric (US)|
|Pressure Ratio||2 : 1|
|Maximum Fluid Pressure||10 (144.9)||bar (psi)|
|Maximum Air Pressure||6 (87)||bar (psi)|
|Weight||5 (11)||kg (lbs)|
|Maximum Temperature||60 (140)||°C (°F)|
|Cylinder||85 (2.9)||cc (oz)|
|Fluid Output at 30 cycles/mn||2.6 (0.7)||l/min (gal/mn)|
|Free Flow Rate||5.1 (1.3)||l/mn (gal/mn)|
|Air Consumption at 30 Cycles/mn at 4 Bar (60 psi)||2.1 (1.2)||m³/h (cfm)|
|Air Inlet||F 3/8" BSP|
|Fluid Outlet||M 3/8" NPS|
|Fluid Inlet||M 18x125|
|Number of cycles per liter of products||12|
|Sealing packing lower acetal resin seal||♦|
|Sealing packing upper GT cartridge with polyethylene packing||♦|
|Height||41 (16.1)||cm (in)|
|Wetted parts aluminum, stainless steel||♦|
|Width||28 (11)||cm (in)|
|Depth||17 (6.7)||cm (in)|
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.
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Size : 675Ko
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Size : 6Mo
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Size : 6Mo
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