Linear diaphragm and vibrating armature pumps from Thomas

Linear diaphragm and vibrating armature pumps utilize electromagnetic forces for the power transmission on a diaphragm or piston.

Features & Benefits

Very long life
Oil-less
Quiet operation
Low power consumption
Fluid capability with smaller models
Low pulsation
High efficiency
No bearings
Flow rates up to 22.1 cfm (625 l/min), pressure up to 10.2 psi (0.7 bar), max vacuum 16.2 in.Hg (-550 mbar)
 

TECHNICAL OVERVIEW

Linear and vibrating armature pumps and compressors utilize electromagnetism to apply force to a diaphragm or piston positively displacing air. Alternating current in electrical coils reverse the magnetic field induced around a magnetized rod at a rate determined by the supplied frequency. Movement of the diaphragm/piston attached to the end of the rod, forces air through one-way valves.

Linear/vibrating armature pumps and compressors are quiet and efficient. With fewer wearing parts than equivalent reciprocating devices, linear compressors are regarded as long life, low maintenance devices. However, the pneumatic performance is limited to the strength of induced magnetic field, making them suitable for low differential pressure applications.

Thomas products division has a wide range of linear/vibrating armature pumps and compressors with flows ranging from 0.9 to 625 l/min under free flow conditions.

 

 

 Linear

 

   


Direct Electrical Actuation of Pumping Method

Two Different Means of Actuation: Linear and Vibrating Armature