Rotary vane air motor 28M ATEX
ATEXstainless steelIP67

rotary vane air motor
rotary vane air motor
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rotary vane
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ATEX, stainless steel, IP67

Min.: 0.27 Nm (0.2

Max.: 11.7 Nm (8.63

Rotational speed

Min.: 190 rpm (1,193.81 rad.min-1)

Max.: 8,390 rpm (52,715.92 rad.min-1)


Min.: 210 W

Max.: 280 W


Industrial air motors: Models with smooth output shaft, threaded output shaft and collet shaft, Models with low rotations. solutions for every need Compact, performing, light, reliable: Fiam industrial air motors represent the ideal solution for many applications. Available in non-reversible or reversible version, they can advantageously be used for mixing liquid substances, moving, drilling, milling, grinding, sawing and so on. Therefore they can be installed on conveyor belts, machine tools, automatic feed devices and on bottling machines, foodstuff processing, packing, manufacturing of buttons and glass objects, on textiles machines, bookbinding, plastics, paint-spraying, assembly, drilling, threading, grinding, stud driving, etc. They are are extremely sturdy and they guarantee constant performances also in difficult working conditions. Compact and light, they are easy to use in every situation; moreover, thanks to their extremely reduced dimensions, they are a quarter of the equivalent electric motor. These motors are very versatile; they can be customized for particular applications requiring specific motor design and construction. Fiam is able to develop these solutions with customized motors to satisfy customer’s specific needs: a great competitive advantage, especially when the motor has to be integrated within a certain type of equipment or within a particular type of tool.


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