Direct Electrical Actuation of Pumping Method
Two Different Means of Actuation: Linear and Vibrating Armature
Linear pumps work by reduction of a volume by direct action of a shuttle on a membrane or piston.
- Very long life
- Quiet operation
- Low power consumption
- Fluid capability with smaller models
- Low pulsation
- High efficiency
- No bearings
- Flow rates up to 12.7 cfm (360 l/min), pressure up to 10 psi (0.7 bar), max vacuum 16.2 in.Hg (-550 mbar )
Linear and vibrating armature pumps and compressors utilize electromagnetism to apply force to a diaphragm or piston to positively displace air. Alternating current in electrical coils reverses the magnetic field induced around a magnetized rod at a rate determined by the supply frequency. Movement of the diaphragm / piston, attached to the end of the rod, forces air through one-way valves. ..read more
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