Mechanical classification of electric air pump
Pneumatic booster pumps are divided into gas-liquid booster pumps and gas booster pumps. The principle of the gas-liquid booster pump is to use the low pressure of a large area piston to generate High hydraulic pressure for small area pistons. A variety of gas drives: compressed air, nitrogen, water vapor, natural gas, etc. can be used as the driving gas source of the pump. Wide range of applications: industrial field used for clamping machine tool chucks, accumulator inflation, high pressure bottle inflation, reduced pressure gas conversion to high pressure gas, etc. Where the pressure of the air source is not high enough, whether it is a mechanical or test device, a booster pump can be used. Pneumatic booster pumps are divided into gas-liquid booster pumps and gas booster pumps. The principle of the booster pump is to use the low air pressure of a large area piston to generate a high hydraulic pressure for a small area piston. Nitrogen booster pump is a type of pneumatic booster pump. Using gas drive, no arc and spark, can be used in hazardous locations. Compared with other air-driven pumps, Deco booster pumps can accomplish the same job, but with fewer parts and seals, and simple maintenance. With the vigorous development of the instrumentation industry, micro vacuum pumps and micro air pumps that are small in size, oil-free and environmentally friendly have been more and more widely used. How to choose the most appropriate product among a variety of micro pumps must first clarify the purpose of the micro pump. If you just use a micro air pump to output compressed air. Simply put, it is only used to inflate and inflate, and the pump suction port is basically not used. This situation is relatively simple and can be selected in order from the largest to the smallest output pressure: PCF5015N, FAA8006, FAA6003, FAA4002, FM2002, FM1001. Of course, we should also refer to relevant technical parameters such as flow indicators.