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Air Driven-Liquid Pump Manufacturer, Supplier, Installer

Air-driven liquid pumps, also known as pneumatic liquid pumps, utilize compressed air to generate pressure and transfer liquids.

Technical Specifications
  • Pump Type : Air-driven diaphragm pump or piston pump.
  • Pump Capacity : Varies depending on the model and design, ranging from a few milliliters per minute to several liters per minute.
  • Maximum Pressure : Typically ranges from a few bar (psi) to several hundred bar (psi), depending on the pump design and application requirements.
  • Material of Construction : Pump bodies and wetted parts are often made from materials compatible with the liquid being pumped, such as stainless steel, polypropylene, PTFE (Teflon), or other corrosion-resistant materials.
  • Air Pressure Range : The pump's performance is influenced by the available air pressure range, which determines the achievable flow rate and pressure.
  • Versatile Applications : Air-driven liquid pumps are suitable for a wide range of applications, including chemical transfer, fluid sampling, paint spraying, lubrication systems, food processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and more.
  • Self-Priming : Most air-driven liquid pumps are self-priming, capable of lifting liquids from a lower level or suction line without requiring additional priming mechanisms.
  • Stall-Free Operation : Air-driven pumps are designed to operate without damage or failure even when the discharge line is closed or blocked, as they rely on the air pressure to stop the pump from running.
  • Adjustable Flow and Pressure : The flow rate and pressure of air-driven liquid pumps can be easily adjusted by regulating the air pressure input. This flexibility allows for precise control over the liquid transfer process.
  • Portable and Compact : Air-driven liquid pumps are often compact in size and lightweight, enabling easy portability and installation in various settings.
  • Safe Operation : As air-driven pumps do not use electricity, they eliminate the risk of electric shock or sparks, making them suitable for potentially hazardous environments.
  • Low Maintenance : Air-driven liquid pumps have relatively few moving parts, resulting in lower maintenance requirements and reduced downtime.
  • Easy Installation : These pumps are typically designed for easy installation and can be mounted in various orientations to suit space constraints.