High Viscosity Submersible AODD Pump With Air Driven Easy To
AODD Pump Introduction
AODD Pump offers high volume delivery even at low air pressure and a b road
range of material compatibility options available.Refer to the
model and option chart. pump is provided with the modularized air
motor and fluid section.
The air operated diaphragm pump alternately generates the intake
fluid pressure and positive fluid pressure in the fluid chamber by
using the pressure difference in the air chamber. The ball valve
can ensure the forward flow of fluid.
Pump cycling will begin as air pressure is applied and it will
continue to pump and keep up with the demand. It will build and
maintain line pres -sure and will stop cycling once maximum line
pressure is reached (dis -pensing device closed) and will resume
pumping as needed.
AODD Pump Features:
1. Air driven.
2. The pump can not over heating, and no harmful gas discharged.
3. No electric spark.
4. Bigger solids also can be passed and no block.
5. Do not damage solids.
6. Has suction ability.
7. Can empty running without risk.
8. Can works under water.
|1||Maximum air inlet pressure||Mpa||0.83|
|2||Maximum flow rate||1/Min||192|
|4||Maximum outlet pressure||Mpa||0.83|
|5||Maximum particle size||mm||3|
AODD Pump Specifications
1. Convey all kinds of medium
2. Material:Cast steel,Alu,SS,PP
A 2 5 X X - X X X - X (model selection)
Form of pipe mouth:A-BSP B-NPT(F) C-Flange
Diaphragm material:9 – Santoprene H – Hytrel T - PTFE/Santoprene
Ball material:9 -Santoprene H – Hytre T – PTFE A - Acetal
Ball seat material:P/K –Polypropylene/Kynoar SS –Stainless Steel
Pump material: SS –Stainless Steel AL –Aluminum Alloy CI- Carbon
Steel P/K –Polypropylene/Kynoar
Maximum Applied Temperature Limits (diaphragm / ball / seal material)
Acetal ··············································· 40°- 150°F
Teflon················································ 40°- 220°F
(4.4°- 104°C) Nitrile·············································
10°- 180°F (-12°- 82°C)
(-28.9°- 65.5°C) Polypropylene····································
32°- 175°F (0-79.4°C)
1” Flow diagram