Hydratron AZ-2 Air Driven Liquid Pump
is a reciprocating, positive displacement pump with a directly coupled, integral linear reciprocating air motor designed to generate High-Pressure Liquid flow.
The pressure increase is made possible by means of the area ratio between the larger diameter air drive piston directly connected to a smaller diameter liquid plunger/piston. Using our various material & seal options they are suitable for pumping a wide range of liquids including water, oil, water/glycol and many other chemical fluids.
All Models can easily be incorporated into easy to operate Standard System hydraulic power units.
AZ-2 LIQUID PUMP KEY FEATURES
Hydratron AZ-2 Air Driven Liquid Pumps offer many desirable features:
- Ability to stall at a predetermined pressure and hold this fixed pressure without consuming power or generating heat.
- No risk of flame or spark.
- Infinitely variable speed/output flowrate control.
- Infinitely variable output pressure control.
- Easy to apply automatic controls.
- Standard models are suitable for oil or water applications.
- Isolation chamber for Chemical applications.
- No limit or adverse effects in continuous stop/start applications.
- Proven reliability, easy to maintain and robust.
AZ-2 LIQUID PUMP SPECIFICATIONS
Mainly anodized Aluminium with a filament-wound composite air cylinder, carbon steel zinc plated tie bolts and nitrile seals.
- Oil service units have cold rolled plated steel piston, cylinder and check valves.
- Water service units have 303 stainless cylinders, stainless piston and check valves.
- Internal check valve parts are 300 series stainless steel except for ball which is 440C stainless steel.
- Nitrile seals are standard (other compounds are available as required). All hydraulic pistons are hard chrome plated.
- Other material options are available, please contact us for more information.
AZ-2 LIQUID PUMP MODELS & PERFORMANCE
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