Piston pressure booster PPM
nitrogencompressed airexplosion-proof

piston pressure booster
piston pressure booster
piston pressure booster
piston pressure booster
piston pressure booster
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nitrogen, compressed air
Other characteristics

16 bar, 30 bar, 50 bar, 400 bar
(232.1 psi, 435.1 psi, 725.2 psi, 5,801.5 psi)


Air compression booster units Our compressed air booster units are used wherever the existing compressed air supply is no longer sufficient due to an increased pressure requirement for special tools, units or systems. A PPM compressed air booster unit can, for example, be integrated into the existing compressed air network at any desired point via commercially available hose couplings, or can be connected directly to a mobile compressor during assembly work, and thus serves as a point of increased pressure. The pressure booster operates pneumatically, i.e. it operates autonomously and is driven exclusively by compressed air. The pressure compressor shown in the illustration compress the input pressure at a ratio of 1: 2. Consequently, it is possible, for example, to increase a classic compressed air network from 6 bar point for point to approximately 12 bar. In addition, of course, further conversion ratios and container sizes are also available, depending on the pressure required and the delivery rate. Advantages: infinitely adjustable printer height for individual end users pneumatic operation: no electrical connection required no energy consumption after reaching the final pressure for static and dynamic pressure applications Options: Filter – dryer unit Soundproof housing mobile version Performance data: Pressure ratio: 1:2 Standard: 16, 30, 50 bar Operating pressures up to a maximum of 400 bar Drive pressure: 1 – 10 Pressure tank: 20 l to 60 l Capacity: as required
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