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Iwaki APN-60 Diaphragm Pump liquid/gas pump use of a special diaphragm design allows the pump to transfer both air and liquid efficiently. Patented self-flushing valves give APN-W the ability to pump debris or slurries without clogging, reducing performance or hindering priming capability. The compact, lightweight unit offers optimum sizing for analytical equipment.
Iwaki APN Diaphragm Pump features:
- Increase system reliability -Iwaki APN-60 Diaphragm Pump’s patented valve design provides consistent self-priming even handling waste slurries.
- Ease of integration – Equipped with compact brushedless DC (BLDC) motors and suction/discharge ports that can be mounted in any configuration, Iwaki APN-60 Diaphragm Pump is a ‘drop-in’ upgrade for any competitive vacuum pump.
- Increase device portability- Miniature 24 VDC motors combined with lightweight corrosion-resistant materials promote increased portability of your instrument.
- Reduce system noise – Iwaki APN-60 Diaphragm Pump employ several proven methods for noise reduction including; structured valve design and enhanced diaphragms for handling liquid or gas, enlarged bearings for smooth rotation, and external vibration dampeners for the most critical applications.
- Reduce maintenance costs – Manufactured under strict ISO 9001/14001 quality standards and assembled with the most chemically-inert materials, Iwaki APN-60 Diaphragm Pump are built for long trouble-free life.
- Simplify system designs – Iwaki APN-60 Diaphragm Pump is the one pump to do it all. Whether pumping gas, liquid or slurries, or being used for vacuum or compression, IIwaki APN-60 Diaphragm Pump is the most versatile pump for your system.
Diaphragm Technology Explained
In a typical electric driven diaphragm design the diaphragm is clamped in the pump head assembly and is actuated by an electric motor driving an eccentric cam connected to the diaphragm via a connecting rod. In addition to housing the diaphragm, the pump head also contains suction and discharge valves. As the cam rotates the diaphragm is pulled down via the connecting rod and a vacuum is created. The suction valve opens to allow the air/liquid into the expanding pump chamber while the discharge valve is closed.
As the cam continues its rotation, the diaphragm is pushed up and the pump chamber volume is reduced pushing the air/liquid out through the discharge valve while the suction valve is closed. During a complete stroke the diaphragm moves up and down creating the suction and discharge cycle. This up and down movement creates a vacuum on the suction stroke and positive pressure on the discharge stroke. Diaphragm pumps are also self-priming. To handle the significant difference in physical properties between liquids and gases, specific diaphragm designs and valve configurations have been developed. Those suited to handling gases only may not offer the best solution for liquid applications and this should be taken into consideration during application review and system design.
Power : 24VDC; 20.6W; 0.86A
Vacuum in Hg (kPa): 14.2 (47.99)
Air discharge pressure PSI (MPa): 11.6 (0.08)
Connections : ø3/16’’ (4.5 mm)
Compatible with salt water
Liquid Temperature Rating : 51 to 104°F (10 to 40°C)
Liquid Temperature Rating : 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C)
|Dimensions||15.5 × 12 × 9.7 cm|
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