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PUMP CONFIGURATION Exploded view of the pump, showing its main parts and thereby facilitating the choice for a custom configuration.

IDEAL FOR ANY

MOTOR INNER FLANGES

PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

INDUSTRY

GLASS INDUSTRY

PETROCHEMISTRY

CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

MINING AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS

SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

Two types of Atex certifications are available, for zone 2 or for zone 1, depending on the materials making up the pump. II 3GD T4 cIIB X (for zone 2) II 2GD T4 cIIB X (for zone 1)

SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE (1:1 RATIO)

PHARMACEUTICS INDUSTRY

SHIPYARD The table summarises the pump configurations available, allowing the user to create his own personalised code whenever the models listed on the leaflet do not meet the specific requirements.

INSTALLATION AND OPERATION

MOTOR INDUSTRY

Defines the inside diameter of the manifold.

This is the heart of the pump, responsible for the reciprocating movement that create the flow of liquid.

4

1

3

PAPER MILL

MEMBRANE BALLS

PAINT INDUSTRY

SEATS

PRINT INDUSTRY

CERAMIC INDUSTRY

FOOD INDUSTRY

ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY

TEXTILE INDUSTRY

The valve seats are to be coupled to the balls and must ensure correct closing. Like the balls, they must be made from a material suitable for the fluid they come into contact with.

Made in Italy

They open and close the flow of liquid as a result of the reciprocating movement of the follower plates. The material they are made from must be compatible with the fluid being pumped. They can be threaded (BSP) or flanged, single, multiple and modular.

2

ED FACTUR D MANU N A D E ITALY DESIGN ASM AT R A

They are the only elastic parts of the pump, that suck and pump the liquid with their movement. The material they are made from must be selected in order to obtain the correct chemical compatibility with the liquid to be pumped.

The slide valve of the air motor sends air (blue) to the left chamber which, pushing the membrane outwards, compressing the previously filled liquid (green). Through the effect of the pressure created valve 1 closes and valve 2 opens allowing the liquid to dispense (green). The right membrane then carries out the same movement by the shaft joining it to the left membrane, creating a vacuum. Through the effect of the vacuum, the valve 3 opens and the valve 4 closes, enabling suction of the liquid (orange).

PUMP INSTALLED ABOVE 200 l DRUM (with special bung adaptor)

These are not in contact with the pumped liquid, but only with the compressed air feeding the motor.

2B = plastic for Zone 2 1/ = BSP threaded connection 3C = aluminium for Zone 1 3/ = mult. BSP threaded con. 4/ = connection with flange 6/ = multiple modular connection with flange 7/ = dual inlet connection with flange 8/ = dual inlet BSP threaded connection

MOTOR

INNER FLANGES

PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

16 = 1/2” 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plated aluminium aluminium aluminium 26 = 1” 30 = 1.1/4” 7 = polypropylene 40 = 1.1/2” 50 = 2”

MEMBRANE

BALLS

SEATS

E = EPDM H = hytrel N = NBR S = santoprene

A = acetalic H = hytrel S = santoprene T = PTFE

A = acetalic H = hytrel P = polypropylene S = santoprene 1 = cylindrical

T = PTFE + hytrel

EXAMPLE 3C1/16111E A A plat. 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plated 3C = aluminium for Zone 1 1/ = BSP threaded connection 16 = 1/2” 1 = nichel E = EPDM aluminium aluminium aluminium

1

3

acetalic

2 = cylindrical polypropylene

(with a trolley or cart when pump must be often moved) RAASM S.p.A. 36022 S. ZENO DI CASSOLA (VI) Via Marangoni, 33 - ITALY Export department Tel. 0424 571130 - Fax 0424 571135 Technical department Tel. 0424 571150 - Fax 0424 571155 info@raasm.com www.raasm.com

A = acetalic

A = acetalic

FLUID TRANSFER EQUIPMENT

SELF PRIMING PUMP INSTALLED ABOVE HEAD (NEGATIVE SUCTION)

PUMP INSTALLED BELOW HEAD (POSITIVE SUCTION)

(pump may initially work with dry column without problem)

(when it is necessary to empty completely the container)

SUBMERGED PUMP

PUMP INSTALLED ON HOPPER FOR HIGH VISCOSITY LIQUID

401-M

PUMP INSTALLED ON A MOBILE UNIT

All rights reserved to Raasm S.p.A.

MANIFOLD FOR INLET AND OUTLET

KIND OF MATERIALS

WRDA/D.P.2010-GB

MATERIALS AND ATEX VERSIONS

4

HOW TO INSTALL THE PUMP

These are all the rigid parts such as external flanges, manifolds and sleeves which are constantly in contact with the liquid to be pumped. Available in various materials, depending on the type of liquid.

Authorized distributor FLOW INSIDE DIAMETER

2

The slide valve of the air motor sends air (blue) to the right chamber which, pushing the membrane outwards, compressing the previously filled liquid (green). Through the effect of the pressure created valve 3 closes and valve 4 opens allowing the liquid to dispense (green). The left membrane then carries out the same movement by the shaft joining it to the right membrane, creating a vacuum. Through the effect of the vacuum, the valve 1 opens and the valve 2 closes, enabling suction of the liquid (orange).

(it is necessary to check the chemical compatibility between pump material and liquid)

(hopper’s height and liquid density influence inlet pressure on the pump which must be not greater than 0.7 bar)


PUMP CONFIGURATION Exploded view of the pump, showing its main parts and thereby facilitating the choice for a custom configuration.

IDEAL FOR ANY

MOTOR INNER FLANGES

PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

INDUSTRY

GLASS INDUSTRY

PETROCHEMISTRY

CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

MINING AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS

SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

Two types of Atex certifications are available, for zone 2 or for zone 1, depending on the materials making up the pump. II 3GD T4 cIIB X (for zone 2) II 2GD T4 cIIB X (for zone 1)

SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE (1:1 RATIO)

PHARMACEUTICS INDUSTRY

SHIPYARD The table summarises the pump configurations available, allowing the user to create his own personalised code whenever the models listed on the leaflet do not meet the specific requirements.

INSTALLATION AND OPERATION

MOTOR INDUSTRY

Defines the inside diameter of the manifold.

This is the heart of the pump, responsible for the reciprocating movement that create the flow of liquid.

4

1

3

PAPER MILL

MEMBRANE BALLS

PAINT INDUSTRY

SEATS

PRINT INDUSTRY

CERAMIC INDUSTRY

FOOD INDUSTRY

ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY

TEXTILE INDUSTRY

The valve seats are to be coupled to the balls and must ensure correct closing. Like the balls, they must be made from a material suitable for the fluid they come into contact with.

Made in Italy

They open and close the flow of liquid as a result of the reciprocating movement of the follower plates. The material they are made from must be compatible with the fluid being pumped. They can be threaded (BSP) or flanged, single, multiple and modular.

2

ED FACTUR D MANU N A D E ITALY DESIGN ASM AT R A

They are the only elastic parts of the pump, that suck and pump the liquid with their movement. The material they are made from must be selected in order to obtain the correct chemical compatibility with the liquid to be pumped.

The slide valve of the air motor sends air (blue) to the left chamber which, pushing the membrane outwards, compressing the previously filled liquid (green). Through the effect of the pressure created valve 1 closes and valve 2 opens allowing the liquid to dispense (green). The right membrane then carries out the same movement by the shaft joining it to the left membrane, creating a vacuum. Through the effect of the vacuum, the valve 3 opens and the valve 4 closes, enabling suction of the liquid (orange).

PUMP INSTALLED ABOVE 200 l DRUM (with special bung adaptor)

These are not in contact with the pumped liquid, but only with the compressed air feeding the motor.

2B = plastic for Zone 2 1/ = BSP threaded connection 3C = aluminium for Zone 1 3/ = mult. BSP threaded con. 4/ = connection with flange 6/ = multiple modular connection with flange 7/ = dual inlet connection with flange 8/ = dual inlet BSP threaded connection

MOTOR

INNER FLANGES

PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

16 = 1/2” 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plated aluminium aluminium aluminium 26 = 1” 30 = 1.1/4” 7 = polypropylene 40 = 1.1/2” 50 = 2”

MEMBRANE

BALLS

SEATS

E = EPDM H = hytrel N = NBR S = santoprene

A = acetalic H = hytrel S = santoprene T = PTFE

A = acetalic H = hytrel P = polypropylene S = santoprene 1 = cylindrical

T = PTFE + hytrel

EXAMPLE 3C1/16111E A A plat. 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plated 3C = aluminium for Zone 1 1/ = BSP threaded connection 16 = 1/2” 1 = nichel E = EPDM aluminium aluminium aluminium

1

3

acetalic

2 = cylindrical polypropylene

(with a trolley or cart when pump must be often moved) RAASM S.p.A. 36022 S. ZENO DI CASSOLA (VI) Via Marangoni, 33 - ITALY Export department Tel. 0424 571130 - Fax 0424 571135 Technical department Tel. 0424 571150 - Fax 0424 571155 info@raasm.com www.raasm.com

A = acetalic

A = acetalic

FLUID TRANSFER EQUIPMENT

SELF PRIMING PUMP INSTALLED ABOVE HEAD (NEGATIVE SUCTION)

PUMP INSTALLED BELOW HEAD (POSITIVE SUCTION)

(pump may initially work with dry column without problem)

(when it is necessary to empty completely the container)

SUBMERGED PUMP

PUMP INSTALLED ON HOPPER FOR HIGH VISCOSITY LIQUID

401-M

PUMP INSTALLED ON A MOBILE UNIT

All rights reserved to Raasm S.p.A.

MANIFOLD FOR INLET AND OUTLET

KIND OF MATERIALS

WRDA/D.P.2010-GB

MATERIALS AND ATEX VERSIONS

4

HOW TO INSTALL THE PUMP

These are all the rigid parts such as external flanges, manifolds and sleeves which are constantly in contact with the liquid to be pumped. Available in various materials, depending on the type of liquid.

Authorized distributor FLOW INSIDE DIAMETER

2

The slide valve of the air motor sends air (blue) to the right chamber which, pushing the membrane outwards, compressing the previously filled liquid (green). Through the effect of the pressure created valve 3 closes and valve 4 opens allowing the liquid to dispense (green). The left membrane then carries out the same movement by the shaft joining it to the right membrane, creating a vacuum. Through the effect of the vacuum, the valve 1 opens and the valve 2 closes, enabling suction of the liquid (orange).

(it is necessary to check the chemical compatibility between pump material and liquid)

(hopper’s height and liquid density influence inlet pressure on the pump which must be not greater than 0.7 bar)


Diaphragm pumps R. 1:1 for transfer industrial fluids compatible with the materials of the pumps, made from die-cast aluminium or molding injected Polypropylene, with high quality components, they ensure lasting and reliable operation even in extreme conditions.

1/2” - 60 l/min

1” - 170 l/min

1/2” - 70 l/min

1” - 170 l/min

1.1/4” - 200 l/min

1.1/2” - 480 l/min

2” - 610 l/min

2” - 580 l/min

2” F

MODULAR WITH FLANGE 2”

2.1/2” F

MODULAR WITH FLANGE 2”

1.1/2” F WITH FLANGE 1” 1/2” F

1.1/4” F

WITH FLANGE 1”

1” F 1/2” F

1/2” F

DESIGN Note: The max flow rate shown in the below graphics has been obtained by laboratory test.

3/4” F

Series membrane

Balls for inlet and outlet

GLOBAL TEST

in EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel ***

1” F

3/4” F

120-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B3/16117EA1 Art. 2B3/16117HH2 Art. 2B3/16117NH2 Art. 2B3/16117SS2 Art. 2B3/16117TT2

Max. pressure Max cycles per min Litres per cycle * Max suction lift Max size pumpable solids Max working temperature Noise level ** Max air consumption (m3/min) Air working pressure Air inlet connection Air outlet connection (muffler)

membrane ” ” ” ”

in

3/4” F

120-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B8/16117EA1

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 2B8/16117HH2 Art. 2B8/16117NH2 Art. 2B8/16117SS2 Art. 2B8/16117TT2

membrane ” ” ” ”

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 330 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 65° C 75 dB 0,50 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 330 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 65° C 75 dB 0,50 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

Fluid inlet connection

F 3/4” G (F 1” G for drum)

dual inlet F 3/4” G

Fluid outlet connection

F 1/2” G

F 1/2” G

WITH FLANGE 1” in

1000-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B4/26117EAA Art. 2B4/26117HHH Art. 2B4/26117NHH Art. 2B4/26117SSS Art. 2B4/26117TTP

3/4” F

WITH FLANGE 1”

membrane ” ” ” ”

in

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 65° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread

1000-PB

120-AB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B7/26117EAA Art. 2B7/26117HHH Art. 2B7/26117NHH Art. 2B7/26117SSS Art. 2B7/26117TTP

membrane ” ” ” ”

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

1.1/4” F 1000-AB

all Aluminium Art. 3C1/16111EAA Art. 3C1/16111NHH Art. 3C1/16111SSS Art. 3C1/16111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/26111EAA Art. 3C1/26111NHH Art. 3C1/26111SSS Art. 3C1/26111TTP

1120-AB

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/26111HHH

2” F 1140-AB

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/16111HHH

1.1/4” F

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/30111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/30111HHH Art. 3C1/30111NHH Art. 3C1/30111SSS Art. 3C1/30111TTP

2000-AB

all Aluminium EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/40111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/40111HHH Art. 3C1/40111NHH Art. 3C1/40111SSS Art. 3C1/40111TTP

2000-AB

all Aluminium EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/50111EAA

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/50111HHH Art. 3C1/50111NHH Art. 3C1/50111SSS Art. 3C1/50111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C6/50111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C6/50111HHH Art. 3C6/50111NHH Art. 3C6/50111SSS Art. 3C6/50111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 65° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G dual inlet ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread

8 bar 400 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 100° C 75 dB 0,60 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 100° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 260 cpm 0,8 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 100° C 75 dB 1,8 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 220 cpm 2,15 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 5,5 mm 100° C 78 dB 3,4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 147 cpm 4,15 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 6,5 mm 100° C 82 dB 4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 147 cpm 3,95 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 6,5 mm 100° C 82 dB 4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

F 3/4” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 2” G

F 2.1/2” G

ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 2” (50 mm)

F 1/2” G

F 1” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 1.1/2” G

F 2” G

ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 2” (50 mm)

357 mm x 198,12 mm x 418,2 mm

201 mm x 160 mm x 256 mm

Balls for inlet and outlet

ASSEMBLING

A

0 15 (4)

30 (8)

45 (12)

60 (16)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

A B

1,6 (56) 1,2 (42) 0,8 (28)

C

0,4 (14) 0 45 (12)

90 (24)

135 (36)

bar (psi)

300 (cfm)

225

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

Kg 50

180 (48)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 105

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

210

420 (cfm) 0,65 A (23)

315

0,49 (17.2)

B

0,32 (11.5)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,16 (5.75) 0 20 (5.4)

40 (10.7)

60 (16)

80 (21)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

bar (psi)

m3/min

cycles/min 75

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

150

A B

1,6 (56) 1,2 (42) 0,8 (28)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,4 (14) 0 45 (12)

90 (24)

135 (36)

bar (psi)

300 (cfm)

225

180 (48)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 65

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

130

1,8 (64)

A B

1,35 (48) 0,9 (32)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,45 (16) 0 50 (13)

100 (26)

150 (40)

bar (psi)

260 (cfm)

195

200 (52)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 55

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

110

A B

3,4 (120) 2,55 (90) 1,7 (60)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,85 (30) 0 120 (32)

240 (64)

360 (96)

bar (psi)

220 (cfm)

165

480 (128)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 38

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

75

4 (140)

A B

3 (105) 2 (70)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

1 (35) 0 155 (41.5)

310 (83)

465 (125)

bar (psi)

150 (cfm)

113

620 (166)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 38

75

150 (cfm)

113

8 (116)

A

A

4 (140)

6 (87)

B

B

3 (105)

4 (58)

C

2 (70)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

1 (35) 0 150 (40)

300 (80)

450 (120)

600 (160)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

AIR CONSUMPTION

C

N° 1 packing m3 0,16

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

0,13 (4.7)

4 (58)

409 mm x 432 mm x 709 mm

Kg 43

AIR CONSUMPTION

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

B

0,27 (9.5)

C

B

N° 1 packing m3 0,16

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

6 (87)

426,2 mm x 432 mm x 616 mm

Kg 25,5

AIR CONSUMPTION

4 (58)

0,4 (14.2)

N° 1 packing m3 0,066

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

4 bar (58 psi)

B

350 mm x 402 mm x 514 mm

Kg 19

AIR CONSUMPTION

C

B

N° 1 packing m3 0,038

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

6 (87)

A

286 mm x 238 mm x 386 mm

Kg 13,5

AIR CONSUMPTION

6 bar (87 psi)

8 (116)

150

N° 1 packing m3 0,025

*** With PTFE membrane flow rate is 10 % lower

cycles/min 75

260,5 mm x 201 mm x 345 mm

Kg 8

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

B

A

340 (cfm) 0,53 A (19)

N° 1 packing m3 0,014

AIR CONSUMPTION

B

8 (116)

255

Kg 12

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

8 bar (116 psi)

170

bar (psi)

m3/min

cycles/min 85

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

A

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

A

bar (psi)

AIR CONSUMPTION

PUMP AIR FEEDING PRESSURE

N° 1 packing m3 0,025

AIR CONSUMPTION

Overall dimensions (A x B x C) 218 mm x 178,2 mm x 326 mm 220 mm x 178,2 mm x 327 mm 300 mm x 200 mm x 430 mm Packing - Weight N° 1 packing m3 0,025 Kg 12 N° 1 packing m3 0,014 Kg 7 N° 1 packing m3 0,014 Kg 7 ** Different kind of muffler are available on request for special use or hard work * Displacement per cycle may be influenced by suction lift, fluid viscosity, air pressure, number of cycles per minute


Diaphragm pumps R. 1:1 for transfer industrial fluids compatible with the materials of the pumps, made from die-cast aluminium or molding injected Polypropylene, with high quality components, they ensure lasting and reliable operation even in extreme conditions.

1/2” - 60 l/min

1” - 170 l/min

1/2” - 70 l/min

1” - 170 l/min

1.1/4” - 200 l/min

1.1/2” - 480 l/min

2” - 610 l/min

2” - 580 l/min

2” F

MODULAR WITH FLANGE 2”

2.1/2” F

MODULAR WITH FLANGE 2”

1.1/2” F WITH FLANGE 1” 1/2” F

1.1/4” F

WITH FLANGE 1”

1” F 1/2” F

1/2” F

DESIGN Note: The max flow rate shown in the below graphics has been obtained by laboratory test.

3/4” F

Series membrane

Balls for inlet and outlet

GLOBAL TEST

in EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel ***

1” F

3/4” F

120-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B3/16117EA1 Art. 2B3/16117HH2 Art. 2B3/16117NH2 Art. 2B3/16117SS2 Art. 2B3/16117TT2

Max. pressure Max cycles per min Litres per cycle * Max suction lift Max size pumpable solids Max working temperature Noise level ** Max air consumption (m3/min) Air working pressure Air inlet connection Air outlet connection (muffler)

membrane ” ” ” ”

in

3/4” F

120-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B8/16117EA1

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 2B8/16117HH2 Art. 2B8/16117NH2 Art. 2B8/16117SS2 Art. 2B8/16117TT2

membrane ” ” ” ”

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 330 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 65° C 75 dB 0,50 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 330 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 65° C 75 dB 0,50 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

Fluid inlet connection

F 3/4” G (F 1” G for drum)

dual inlet F 3/4” G

Fluid outlet connection

F 1/2” G

F 1/2” G

WITH FLANGE 1” in

1000-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B4/26117EAA Art. 2B4/26117HHH Art. 2B4/26117NHH Art. 2B4/26117SSS Art. 2B4/26117TTP

3/4” F

WITH FLANGE 1”

membrane ” ” ” ”

in

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 65° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread

1000-PB

120-AB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B7/26117EAA Art. 2B7/26117HHH Art. 2B7/26117NHH Art. 2B7/26117SSS Art. 2B7/26117TTP

membrane ” ” ” ”

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

1.1/4” F 1000-AB

all Aluminium Art. 3C1/16111EAA Art. 3C1/16111NHH Art. 3C1/16111SSS Art. 3C1/16111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/26111EAA Art. 3C1/26111NHH Art. 3C1/26111SSS Art. 3C1/26111TTP

1120-AB

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/26111HHH

2” F 1140-AB

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/16111HHH

1.1/4” F

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/30111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/30111HHH Art. 3C1/30111NHH Art. 3C1/30111SSS Art. 3C1/30111TTP

2000-AB

all Aluminium EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/40111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/40111HHH Art. 3C1/40111NHH Art. 3C1/40111SSS Art. 3C1/40111TTP

2000-AB

all Aluminium EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/50111EAA

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/50111HHH Art. 3C1/50111NHH Art. 3C1/50111SSS Art. 3C1/50111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C6/50111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C6/50111HHH Art. 3C6/50111NHH Art. 3C6/50111SSS Art. 3C6/50111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 65° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G dual inlet ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread

8 bar 400 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 100° C 75 dB 0,60 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 100° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 260 cpm 0,8 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 100° C 75 dB 1,8 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 220 cpm 2,15 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 5,5 mm 100° C 78 dB 3,4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 147 cpm 4,15 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 6,5 mm 100° C 82 dB 4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 147 cpm 3,95 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 6,5 mm 100° C 82 dB 4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

F 3/4” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 2” G

F 2.1/2” G

ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 2” (50 mm)

F 1/2” G

F 1” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 1.1/2” G

F 2” G

ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 2” (50 mm)

357 mm x 198,12 mm x 418,2 mm

201 mm x 160 mm x 256 mm

Balls for inlet and outlet

ASSEMBLING

A

0 15 (4)

30 (8)

45 (12)

60 (16)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

A B

1,6 (56) 1,2 (42) 0,8 (28)

C

0,4 (14) 0 45 (12)

90 (24)

135 (36)

bar (psi)

300 (cfm)

225

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

Kg 50

180 (48)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 105

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

210

420 (cfm) 0,65 A (23)

315

0,49 (17.2)

B

0,32 (11.5)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,16 (5.75) 0 20 (5.4)

40 (10.7)

60 (16)

80 (21)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

bar (psi)

m3/min

cycles/min 75

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

150

A B

1,6 (56) 1,2 (42) 0,8 (28)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,4 (14) 0 45 (12)

90 (24)

135 (36)

bar (psi)

300 (cfm)

225

180 (48)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 65

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

130

1,8 (64)

A B

1,35 (48) 0,9 (32)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,45 (16) 0 50 (13)

100 (26)

150 (40)

bar (psi)

260 (cfm)

195

200 (52)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 55

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

110

A B

3,4 (120) 2,55 (90) 1,7 (60)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,85 (30) 0 120 (32)

240 (64)

360 (96)

bar (psi)

220 (cfm)

165

480 (128)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 38

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

75

4 (140)

A B

3 (105) 2 (70)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

1 (35) 0 155 (41.5)

310 (83)

465 (125)

bar (psi)

150 (cfm)

113

620 (166)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 38

75

150 (cfm)

113

8 (116)

A

A

4 (140)

6 (87)

B

B

3 (105)

4 (58)

C

2 (70)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

1 (35) 0 150 (40)

300 (80)

450 (120)

600 (160)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

AIR CONSUMPTION

C

N° 1 packing m3 0,16

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

0,13 (4.7)

4 (58)

409 mm x 432 mm x 709 mm

Kg 43

AIR CONSUMPTION

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

B

0,27 (9.5)

C

B

N° 1 packing m3 0,16

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

6 (87)

426,2 mm x 432 mm x 616 mm

Kg 25,5

AIR CONSUMPTION

4 (58)

0,4 (14.2)

N° 1 packing m3 0,066

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

4 bar (58 psi)

B

350 mm x 402 mm x 514 mm

Kg 19

AIR CONSUMPTION

C

B

N° 1 packing m3 0,038

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

6 (87)

A

286 mm x 238 mm x 386 mm

Kg 13,5

AIR CONSUMPTION

6 bar (87 psi)

8 (116)

150

N° 1 packing m3 0,025

*** With PTFE membrane flow rate is 10 % lower

cycles/min 75

260,5 mm x 201 mm x 345 mm

Kg 8

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

B

A

340 (cfm) 0,53 A (19)

N° 1 packing m3 0,014

AIR CONSUMPTION

B

8 (116)

255

Kg 12

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

8 bar (116 psi)

170

bar (psi)

m3/min

cycles/min 85

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

A

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

A

bar (psi)

AIR CONSUMPTION

PUMP AIR FEEDING PRESSURE

N° 1 packing m3 0,025

AIR CONSUMPTION

Overall dimensions (A x B x C) 218 mm x 178,2 mm x 326 mm 220 mm x 178,2 mm x 327 mm 300 mm x 200 mm x 430 mm Packing - Weight N° 1 packing m3 0,025 Kg 12 N° 1 packing m3 0,014 Kg 7 N° 1 packing m3 0,014 Kg 7 ** Different kind of muffler are available on request for special use or hard work * Displacement per cycle may be influenced by suction lift, fluid viscosity, air pressure, number of cycles per minute


Diaphragm pumps R. 1:1 for transfer industrial fluids compatible with the materials of the pumps, made from die-cast aluminium or molding injected Polypropylene, with high quality components, they ensure lasting and reliable operation even in extreme conditions.

1/2” - 60 l/min

1” - 170 l/min

1/2” - 70 l/min

1” - 170 l/min

1.1/4” - 200 l/min

1.1/2” - 480 l/min

2” - 610 l/min

2” - 580 l/min

2” F

MODULAR WITH FLANGE 2”

2.1/2” F

MODULAR WITH FLANGE 2”

1.1/2” F WITH FLANGE 1” 1/2” F

1.1/4” F

WITH FLANGE 1”

1” F 1/2” F

1/2” F

DESIGN Note: The max flow rate shown in the below graphics has been obtained by laboratory test.

3/4” F

Series membrane

Balls for inlet and outlet

GLOBAL TEST

in EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel ***

1” F

3/4” F

120-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B3/16117EA1 Art. 2B3/16117HH2 Art. 2B3/16117NH2 Art. 2B3/16117SS2 Art. 2B3/16117TT2

Max. pressure Max cycles per min Litres per cycle * Max suction lift Max size pumpable solids Max working temperature Noise level ** Max air consumption (m3/min) Air working pressure Air inlet connection Air outlet connection (muffler)

membrane ” ” ” ”

in

3/4” F

120-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B8/16117EA1

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 2B8/16117HH2 Art. 2B8/16117NH2 Art. 2B8/16117SS2 Art. 2B8/16117TT2

membrane ” ” ” ”

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 330 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 65° C 75 dB 0,50 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 330 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 65° C 75 dB 0,50 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

Fluid inlet connection

F 3/4” G (F 1” G for drum)

dual inlet F 3/4” G

Fluid outlet connection

F 1/2” G

F 1/2” G

WITH FLANGE 1” in

1000-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B4/26117EAA Art. 2B4/26117HHH Art. 2B4/26117NHH Art. 2B4/26117SSS Art. 2B4/26117TTP

3/4” F

WITH FLANGE 1”

membrane ” ” ” ”

in

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 65° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread

1000-PB

120-AB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B7/26117EAA Art. 2B7/26117HHH Art. 2B7/26117NHH Art. 2B7/26117SSS Art. 2B7/26117TTP

membrane ” ” ” ”

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

1.1/4” F 1000-AB

all Aluminium Art. 3C1/16111EAA Art. 3C1/16111NHH Art. 3C1/16111SSS Art. 3C1/16111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/26111EAA Art. 3C1/26111NHH Art. 3C1/26111SSS Art. 3C1/26111TTP

1120-AB

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/26111HHH

2” F 1140-AB

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/16111HHH

1.1/4” F

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/30111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/30111HHH Art. 3C1/30111NHH Art. 3C1/30111SSS Art. 3C1/30111TTP

2000-AB

all Aluminium EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/40111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/40111HHH Art. 3C1/40111NHH Art. 3C1/40111SSS Art. 3C1/40111TTP

2000-AB

all Aluminium EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/50111EAA

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/50111HHH Art. 3C1/50111NHH Art. 3C1/50111SSS Art. 3C1/50111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C6/50111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C6/50111HHH Art. 3C6/50111NHH Art. 3C6/50111SSS Art. 3C6/50111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 65° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G dual inlet ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread

8 bar 400 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 100° C 75 dB 0,60 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 100° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 260 cpm 0,8 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 100° C 75 dB 1,8 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 220 cpm 2,15 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 5,5 mm 100° C 78 dB 3,4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 147 cpm 4,15 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 6,5 mm 100° C 82 dB 4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 147 cpm 3,95 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 6,5 mm 100° C 82 dB 4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

F 3/4” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 2” G

F 2.1/2” G

ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 2” (50 mm)

F 1/2” G

F 1” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 1.1/2” G

F 2” G

ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 2” (50 mm)

357 mm x 198,12 mm x 418,2 mm

201 mm x 160 mm x 256 mm

Balls for inlet and outlet

ASSEMBLING

A

0 15 (4)

30 (8)

45 (12)

60 (16)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

A B

1,6 (56) 1,2 (42) 0,8 (28)

C

0,4 (14) 0 45 (12)

90 (24)

135 (36)

bar (psi)

300 (cfm)

225

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

Kg 50

180 (48)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 105

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

210

420 (cfm) 0,65 A (23)

315

0,49 (17.2)

B

0,32 (11.5)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,16 (5.75) 0 20 (5.4)

40 (10.7)

60 (16)

80 (21)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

bar (psi)

m3/min

cycles/min 75

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

150

A B

1,6 (56) 1,2 (42) 0,8 (28)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,4 (14) 0 45 (12)

90 (24)

135 (36)

bar (psi)

300 (cfm)

225

180 (48)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 65

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

130

1,8 (64)

A B

1,35 (48) 0,9 (32)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,45 (16) 0 50 (13)

100 (26)

150 (40)

bar (psi)

260 (cfm)

195

200 (52)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 55

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

110

A B

3,4 (120) 2,55 (90) 1,7 (60)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,85 (30) 0 120 (32)

240 (64)

360 (96)

bar (psi)

220 (cfm)

165

480 (128)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 38

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

75

4 (140)

A B

3 (105) 2 (70)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

1 (35) 0 155 (41.5)

310 (83)

465 (125)

bar (psi)

150 (cfm)

113

620 (166)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 38

75

150 (cfm)

113

8 (116)

A

A

4 (140)

6 (87)

B

B

3 (105)

4 (58)

C

2 (70)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

1 (35) 0 150 (40)

300 (80)

450 (120)

600 (160)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

AIR CONSUMPTION

C

N° 1 packing m3 0,16

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

0,13 (4.7)

4 (58)

409 mm x 432 mm x 709 mm

Kg 43

AIR CONSUMPTION

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

B

0,27 (9.5)

C

B

N° 1 packing m3 0,16

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

6 (87)

426,2 mm x 432 mm x 616 mm

Kg 25,5

AIR CONSUMPTION

4 (58)

0,4 (14.2)

N° 1 packing m3 0,066

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

4 bar (58 psi)

B

350 mm x 402 mm x 514 mm

Kg 19

AIR CONSUMPTION

C

B

N° 1 packing m3 0,038

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

6 (87)

A

286 mm x 238 mm x 386 mm

Kg 13,5

AIR CONSUMPTION

6 bar (87 psi)

8 (116)

150

N° 1 packing m3 0,025

*** With PTFE membrane flow rate is 10 % lower

cycles/min 75

260,5 mm x 201 mm x 345 mm

Kg 8

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

B

A

340 (cfm) 0,53 A (19)

N° 1 packing m3 0,014

AIR CONSUMPTION

B

8 (116)

255

Kg 12

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

8 bar (116 psi)

170

bar (psi)

m3/min

cycles/min 85

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

A

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

A

bar (psi)

AIR CONSUMPTION

PUMP AIR FEEDING PRESSURE

N° 1 packing m3 0,025

AIR CONSUMPTION

Overall dimensions (A x B x C) 218 mm x 178,2 mm x 326 mm 220 mm x 178,2 mm x 327 mm 300 mm x 200 mm x 430 mm Packing - Weight N° 1 packing m3 0,025 Kg 12 N° 1 packing m3 0,014 Kg 7 N° 1 packing m3 0,014 Kg 7 ** Different kind of muffler are available on request for special use or hard work * Displacement per cycle may be influenced by suction lift, fluid viscosity, air pressure, number of cycles per minute


Diaphragm pumps R. 1:1 for transfer industrial fluids compatible with the materials of the pumps, made from die-cast aluminium or molding injected Polypropylene, with high quality components, they ensure lasting and reliable operation even in extreme conditions.

1/2” - 60 l/min

1” - 170 l/min

1/2” - 70 l/min

1” - 170 l/min

1.1/4” - 200 l/min

1.1/2” - 480 l/min

2” - 610 l/min

2” - 580 l/min

2” F

MODULAR WITH FLANGE 2”

2.1/2” F

MODULAR WITH FLANGE 2”

1.1/2” F WITH FLANGE 1” 1/2” F

1.1/4” F

WITH FLANGE 1”

1” F 1/2” F

1/2” F

DESIGN Note: The max flow rate shown in the below graphics has been obtained by laboratory test.

3/4” F

Series membrane

Balls for inlet and outlet

GLOBAL TEST

in EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel ***

1” F

3/4” F

120-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B3/16117EA1 Art. 2B3/16117HH2 Art. 2B3/16117NH2 Art. 2B3/16117SS2 Art. 2B3/16117TT2

Max. pressure Max cycles per min Litres per cycle * Max suction lift Max size pumpable solids Max working temperature Noise level ** Max air consumption (m3/min) Air working pressure Air inlet connection Air outlet connection (muffler)

membrane ” ” ” ”

in

3/4” F

120-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B8/16117EA1

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 2B8/16117HH2 Art. 2B8/16117NH2 Art. 2B8/16117SS2 Art. 2B8/16117TT2

membrane ” ” ” ”

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 330 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 65° C 75 dB 0,50 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 330 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 65° C 75 dB 0,50 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

Fluid inlet connection

F 3/4” G (F 1” G for drum)

dual inlet F 3/4” G

Fluid outlet connection

F 1/2” G

F 1/2” G

WITH FLANGE 1” in

1000-PB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B4/26117EAA Art. 2B4/26117HHH Art. 2B4/26117NHH Art. 2B4/26117SSS Art. 2B4/26117TTP

3/4” F

WITH FLANGE 1”

membrane ” ” ” ”

in

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 65° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread

1000-PB

120-AB

Polypropylene - motor Aluminium

Art. 2B7/26117EAA Art. 2B7/26117HHH Art. 2B7/26117NHH Art. 2B7/26117SSS Art. 2B7/26117TTP

membrane ” ” ” ”

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

1.1/4” F 1000-AB

all Aluminium Art. 3C1/16111EAA Art. 3C1/16111NHH Art. 3C1/16111SSS Art. 3C1/16111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/26111EAA Art. 3C1/26111NHH Art. 3C1/26111SSS Art. 3C1/26111TTP

1120-AB

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/26111HHH

2” F 1140-AB

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/16111HHH

1.1/4” F

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/30111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/30111HHH Art. 3C1/30111NHH Art. 3C1/30111SSS Art. 3C1/30111TTP

2000-AB

all Aluminium EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/40111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/40111HHH Art. 3C1/40111NHH Art. 3C1/40111SSS Art. 3C1/40111TTP

2000-AB

all Aluminium EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C1/50111EAA

all Aluminium

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C1/50111HHH Art. 3C1/50111NHH Art. 3C1/50111SSS Art. 3C1/50111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

Art. 3C6/50111EAA

membrane ” ” ” ”

Art. 3C6/50111HHH Art. 3C6/50111NHH Art. 3C6/50111SSS Art. 3C6/50111TTP

EPDM Hytrel NBR Santoprene PTFE+Hytrel

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 65° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G dual inlet ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 1” (25 mm) proneness to 1.1/4” thread

8 bar 400 cpm 0,18 l dry column 4,5 m - wet column 7,5 m 1,5 mm 100° C 75 dB 0,60 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 300 cpm 0,59 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 100° C 75 dB 1,6 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/8” G F 1/2” G

8 bar 260 cpm 0,8 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 3 mm 100° C 75 dB 1,8 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 220 cpm 2,15 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 5,5 mm 100° C 78 dB 3,4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 147 cpm 4,15 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 6,5 mm 100° C 82 dB 4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

8 bar 147 cpm 3,95 l dry column 5 m - wet column 7,5 m 6,5 mm 100° C 82 dB 4 m3/min 2 - 6 bar F 3/4” G F 1” G

F 3/4” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 2” G

F 2.1/2” G

ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 2” (50 mm)

F 1/2” G

F 1” G

F 1.1/4” G

F 1.1/2” G

F 2” G

ANSI 150 - DIN PN 10 - JIS 10K 2” (50 mm)

357 mm x 198,12 mm x 418,2 mm

201 mm x 160 mm x 256 mm

Balls for inlet and outlet

ASSEMBLING

A

0 15 (4)

30 (8)

45 (12)

60 (16)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

A B

1,6 (56) 1,2 (42) 0,8 (28)

C

0,4 (14) 0 45 (12)

90 (24)

135 (36)

bar (psi)

300 (cfm)

225

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

Kg 50

180 (48)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 105

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

210

420 (cfm) 0,65 A (23)

315

0,49 (17.2)

B

0,32 (11.5)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,16 (5.75) 0 20 (5.4)

40 (10.7)

60 (16)

80 (21)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

bar (psi)

m3/min

cycles/min 75

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

150

A B

1,6 (56) 1,2 (42) 0,8 (28)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,4 (14) 0 45 (12)

90 (24)

135 (36)

bar (psi)

300 (cfm)

225

180 (48)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 65

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

130

1,8 (64)

A B

1,35 (48) 0,9 (32)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,45 (16) 0 50 (13)

100 (26)

150 (40)

bar (psi)

260 (cfm)

195

200 (52)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C SAE30 oil: (ISO VG 100) 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 55

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

110

A B

3,4 (120) 2,55 (90) 1,7 (60)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

0,85 (30) 0 120 (32)

240 (64)

360 (96)

bar (psi)

220 (cfm)

165

480 (128)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 38

8 (116)

A

6 (87)

B

4 (58)

C

75

4 (140)

A B

3 (105) 2 (70)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

1 (35) 0 155 (41.5)

310 (83)

465 (125)

bar (psi)

150 (cfm)

113

620 (166)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

m3/min

cycles/min 38

75

150 (cfm)

113

8 (116)

A

A

4 (140)

6 (87)

B

B

3 (105)

4 (58)

C

2 (70)

C

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

1 (35) 0 150 (40)

300 (80)

450 (120)

600 (160)

KIND OF FLUID: Water 20 °C

AIR CONSUMPTION

C

N° 1 packing m3 0,16

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

0,13 (4.7)

4 (58)

409 mm x 432 mm x 709 mm

Kg 43

AIR CONSUMPTION

2 (29) 0 l/min gpm

B

0,27 (9.5)

C

B

N° 1 packing m3 0,16

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

6 (87)

426,2 mm x 432 mm x 616 mm

Kg 25,5

AIR CONSUMPTION

4 (58)

0,4 (14.2)

N° 1 packing m3 0,066

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

4 bar (58 psi)

B

350 mm x 402 mm x 514 mm

Kg 19

AIR CONSUMPTION

C

B

N° 1 packing m3 0,038

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

6 (87)

A

286 mm x 238 mm x 386 mm

Kg 13,5

AIR CONSUMPTION

6 bar (87 psi)

8 (116)

150

N° 1 packing m3 0,025

*** With PTFE membrane flow rate is 10 % lower

cycles/min 75

260,5 mm x 201 mm x 345 mm

Kg 8

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

B

A

340 (cfm) 0,53 A (19)

N° 1 packing m3 0,014

AIR CONSUMPTION

B

8 (116)

255

Kg 12

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

8 bar (116 psi)

170

bar (psi)

m3/min

cycles/min 85

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

A

FLUID OUTLET PRESSURE

C

A

bar (psi)

AIR CONSUMPTION

PUMP AIR FEEDING PRESSURE

N° 1 packing m3 0,025

AIR CONSUMPTION

Overall dimensions (A x B x C) 218 mm x 178,2 mm x 326 mm 220 mm x 178,2 mm x 327 mm 300 mm x 200 mm x 430 mm Packing - Weight N° 1 packing m3 0,025 Kg 12 N° 1 packing m3 0,014 Kg 7 N° 1 packing m3 0,014 Kg 7 ** Different kind of muffler are available on request for special use or hard work * Displacement per cycle may be influenced by suction lift, fluid viscosity, air pressure, number of cycles per minute


PUMP CONFIGURATION Exploded view of the pump, showing its main parts and thereby facilitating the choice for a custom configuration.

IDEAL FOR ANY

MOTOR INNER FLANGES

PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

INDUSTRY

GLASS INDUSTRY

PETROCHEMISTRY

CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

MINING AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS

SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

Two types of Atex certifications are available, for zone 2 or for zone 1, depending on the materials making up the pump. II 3GD T4 cIIB X (for zone 2) II 2GD T4 cIIB X (for zone 1)

SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE (1:1 RATIO)

PHARMACEUTICS INDUSTRY

SHIPYARD The table summarises the pump configurations available, allowing the user to create his own personalised code whenever the models listed on the leaflet do not meet the specific requirements.

INSTALLATION AND OPERATION

MOTOR INDUSTRY

Defines the inside diameter of the manifold.

This is the heart of the pump, responsible for the reciprocating movement that create the flow of liquid.

4

1

3

PAPER MILL

MEMBRANE BALLS

PAINT INDUSTRY

SEATS

PRINT INDUSTRY

CERAMIC INDUSTRY

FOOD INDUSTRY

ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY

TEXTILE INDUSTRY

The valve seats are to be coupled to the balls and must ensure correct closing. Like the balls, they must be made from a material suitable for the fluid they come into contact with.

Made in Italy

They open and close the flow of liquid as a result of the reciprocating movement of the follower plates. The material they are made from must be compatible with the fluid being pumped. They can be threaded (BSP) or flanged, single, multiple and modular.

2

ED FACTUR D MANU N A D E ITALY DESIGN ASM AT R A

They are the only elastic parts of the pump, that suck and pump the liquid with their movement. The material they are made from must be selected in order to obtain the correct chemical compatibility with the liquid to be pumped.

The slide valve of the air motor sends air (blue) to the left chamber which, pushing the membrane outwards, compressing the previously filled liquid (green). Through the effect of the pressure created valve 1 closes and valve 2 opens allowing the liquid to dispense (green). The right membrane then carries out the same movement by the shaft joining it to the left membrane, creating a vacuum. Through the effect of the vacuum, the valve 3 opens and the valve 4 closes, enabling suction of the liquid (orange).

PUMP INSTALLED ABOVE 200 l DRUM (with special bung adaptor)

These are not in contact with the pumped liquid, but only with the compressed air feeding the motor.

2B = plastic for Zone 2 1/ = BSP threaded connection 3C = aluminium for Zone 1 3/ = mult. BSP threaded con. 4/ = connection with flange 6/ = multiple modular connection with flange 7/ = dual inlet connection with flange 8/ = dual inlet BSP threaded connection

MOTOR

INNER FLANGES

PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

16 = 1/2” 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plated aluminium aluminium aluminium 26 = 1” 30 = 1.1/4” 7 = polypropylene 40 = 1.1/2” 50 = 2”

MEMBRANE

BALLS

SEATS

E = EPDM H = hytrel N = NBR S = santoprene

A = acetalic H = hytrel S = santoprene T = PTFE

A = acetalic H = hytrel P = polypropylene S = santoprene 1 = cylindrical

T = PTFE + hytrel

EXAMPLE 3C1/16111E A A plat. 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plated 3C = aluminium for Zone 1 1/ = BSP threaded connection 16 = 1/2” 1 = nichel E = EPDM aluminium aluminium aluminium

1

3

acetalic

2 = cylindrical polypropylene

(with a trolley or cart when pump must be often moved) RAASM S.p.A. 36022 S. ZENO DI CASSOLA (VI) Via Marangoni, 33 - ITALY Export department Tel. 0424 571130 - Fax 0424 571135 Technical department Tel. 0424 571150 - Fax 0424 571155 info@raasm.com www.raasm.com

A = acetalic

A = acetalic

FLUID TRANSFER EQUIPMENT

SELF PRIMING PUMP INSTALLED ABOVE HEAD (NEGATIVE SUCTION)

PUMP INSTALLED BELOW HEAD (POSITIVE SUCTION)

(pump may initially work with dry column without problem)

(when it is necessary to empty completely the container)

SUBMERGED PUMP

PUMP INSTALLED ON HOPPER FOR HIGH VISCOSITY LIQUID

401-M

PUMP INSTALLED ON A MOBILE UNIT

All rights reserved to Raasm S.p.A.

MANIFOLD FOR INLET AND OUTLET

KIND OF MATERIALS

WRDA/D.P.2010-GB

MATERIALS AND ATEX VERSIONS

4

HOW TO INSTALL THE PUMP

These are all the rigid parts such as external flanges, manifolds and sleeves which are constantly in contact with the liquid to be pumped. Available in various materials, depending on the type of liquid.

Authorized distributor FLOW INSIDE DIAMETER

2

The slide valve of the air motor sends air (blue) to the right chamber which, pushing the membrane outwards, compressing the previously filled liquid (green). Through the effect of the pressure created valve 3 closes and valve 4 opens allowing the liquid to dispense (green). The left membrane then carries out the same movement by the shaft joining it to the right membrane, creating a vacuum. Through the effect of the vacuum, the valve 1 opens and the valve 2 closes, enabling suction of the liquid (orange).

(it is necessary to check the chemical compatibility between pump material and liquid)

(hopper’s height and liquid density influence inlet pressure on the pump which must be not greater than 0.7 bar)


PUMP CONFIGURATION Exploded view of the pump, showing its main parts and thereby facilitating the choice for a custom configuration.

IDEAL FOR ANY

MOTOR INNER FLANGES

PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

INDUSTRY

GLASS INDUSTRY

PETROCHEMISTRY

CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

MINING AND BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONS

SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

Two types of Atex certifications are available, for zone 2 or for zone 1, depending on the materials making up the pump. II 3GD T4 cIIB X (for zone 2) II 2GD T4 cIIB X (for zone 1)

SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE (1:1 RATIO)

PHARMACEUTICS INDUSTRY

SHIPYARD The table summarises the pump configurations available, allowing the user to create his own personalised code whenever the models listed on the leaflet do not meet the specific requirements.

INSTALLATION AND OPERATION

MOTOR INDUSTRY

Defines the inside diameter of the manifold.

This is the heart of the pump, responsible for the reciprocating movement that create the flow of liquid.

4

1

3

PAPER MILL

MEMBRANE BALLS

PAINT INDUSTRY

SEATS

PRINT INDUSTRY

CERAMIC INDUSTRY

FOOD INDUSTRY

ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY

TEXTILE INDUSTRY

The valve seats are to be coupled to the balls and must ensure correct closing. Like the balls, they must be made from a material suitable for the fluid they come into contact with.

Made in Italy

They open and close the flow of liquid as a result of the reciprocating movement of the follower plates. The material they are made from must be compatible with the fluid being pumped. They can be threaded (BSP) or flanged, single, multiple and modular.

2

ED FACTUR D MANU N A D E ITALY DESIGN ASM AT R A

They are the only elastic parts of the pump, that suck and pump the liquid with their movement. The material they are made from must be selected in order to obtain the correct chemical compatibility with the liquid to be pumped.

The slide valve of the air motor sends air (blue) to the left chamber which, pushing the membrane outwards, compressing the previously filled liquid (green). Through the effect of the pressure created valve 1 closes and valve 2 opens allowing the liquid to dispense (green). The right membrane then carries out the same movement by the shaft joining it to the left membrane, creating a vacuum. Through the effect of the vacuum, the valve 3 opens and the valve 4 closes, enabling suction of the liquid (orange).

PUMP INSTALLED ABOVE 200 l DRUM (with special bung adaptor)

These are not in contact with the pumped liquid, but only with the compressed air feeding the motor.

2B = plastic for Zone 2 1/ = BSP threaded connection 3C = aluminium for Zone 1 3/ = mult. BSP threaded con. 4/ = connection with flange 6/ = multiple modular connection with flange 7/ = dual inlet connection with flange 8/ = dual inlet BSP threaded connection

MOTOR

INNER FLANGES

PARTS IN CONTACT WITH THE FLUID

16 = 1/2” 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plated aluminium aluminium aluminium 26 = 1” 30 = 1.1/4” 7 = polypropylene 40 = 1.1/2” 50 = 2”

MEMBRANE

BALLS

SEATS

E = EPDM H = hytrel N = NBR S = santoprene

A = acetalic H = hytrel S = santoprene T = PTFE

A = acetalic H = hytrel P = polypropylene S = santoprene 1 = cylindrical

T = PTFE + hytrel

EXAMPLE 3C1/16111E A A plat. 1 = nichel plat. 1 = nichel plated 3C = aluminium for Zone 1 1/ = BSP threaded connection 16 = 1/2” 1 = nichel E = EPDM aluminium aluminium aluminium

1

3

acetalic

2 = cylindrical polypropylene

(with a trolley or cart when pump must be often moved) RAASM S.p.A. 36022 S. ZENO DI CASSOLA (VI) Via Marangoni, 33 - ITALY Export department Tel. 0424 571130 - Fax 0424 571135 Technical department Tel. 0424 571150 - Fax 0424 571155 info@raasm.com www.raasm.com

A = acetalic

A = acetalic

FLUID TRANSFER EQUIPMENT

SELF PRIMING PUMP INSTALLED ABOVE HEAD (NEGATIVE SUCTION)

PUMP INSTALLED BELOW HEAD (POSITIVE SUCTION)

(pump may initially work with dry column without problem)

(when it is necessary to empty completely the container)

SUBMERGED PUMP

PUMP INSTALLED ON HOPPER FOR HIGH VISCOSITY LIQUID

401-M

PUMP INSTALLED ON A MOBILE UNIT

All rights reserved to Raasm S.p.A.

MANIFOLD FOR INLET AND OUTLET

KIND OF MATERIALS

WRDA/D.P.2010-GB

MATERIALS AND ATEX VERSIONS

4

HOW TO INSTALL THE PUMP

These are all the rigid parts such as external flanges, manifolds and sleeves which are constantly in contact with the liquid to be pumped. Available in various materials, depending on the type of liquid.

Authorized distributor FLOW INSIDE DIAMETER

2

The slide valve of the air motor sends air (blue) to the right chamber which, pushing the membrane outwards, compressing the previously filled liquid (green). Through the effect of the pressure created valve 3 closes and valve 4 opens allowing the liquid to dispense (green). The left membrane then carries out the same movement by the shaft joining it to the right membrane, creating a vacuum. Through the effect of the vacuum, the valve 1 opens and the valve 2 closes, enabling suction of the liquid (orange).

(it is necessary to check the chemical compatibility between pump material and liquid)

(hopper’s height and liquid density influence inlet pressure on the pump which must be not greater than 0.7 bar)


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