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Air Pump

Isohitech could provide the 15kg,50kg, and 200kg used air grease pump and heavy-duty #3 air Inductor system.

sm air grease pump

SM Air Grease Pump

Reservoir 2L
Dsicharge 8cc/stroke
Pressure ratio 18:1
Pressure 4MPa-15Mpa
Maximum stroke per min. 8 stroke/min
Lubricant #000-NIGL #2
Level switch option
Lubrication System Injector

Diaphragm Pump

BODIES Aluminum or Polypropylene orStainless Steel
SEALS/ELASTOMERS PTFE
PUMP FLOW RATES 13L-120L/min
INLET/OUTLET 1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″, 3/4″, 1″, 1-1/2″, 2″ and 3″
Diaphragm Pump
air grease pump

Air Grease Pump

Reservoir 20kg/50kg/200kg
Dsicharge 0.85L/min
Pressure ratio 50:1
Length 396mm/740mm/940mm

Barrel Grease Pump

Reservoir 20kg/50kg/200kg
Dsicharge 0.85L/min
Pressure ratio 50:1
barrel grease pump
PNEUMATIC INDUCTOR PUMP

Pneumatic Inductor Pump

This pump is great for when you need a little extra pressure. It can be used in cold temperatures and when there is low air pressure, but it can still handle NLGI-2 grease. This pump can be used with large distribution systems, such as simultaneous operating outlets. The pumps are suitable for mount covers up to 120 pounds (50kg) and horizontal or side mounts up to 400 pounds (185 kg).

401 air grease pump

Ratio:40:1;
Working pressure:40-50Mpa;
Discharge:0.85L/min;
Length:396mm;

501air grease pump

Ratio:50:1;
Working pressure:40-50Mpa;
Discharge:0.85L/min;
Length:396mm;

551 20kg air grease pump

Ratio:55:1;
Working pressure:40-50Mpa;
Discharge:0.85L/min;
Length:396mm;

601 air grease pump

Ratio:60:1;
Working pressure:40-50Mpa;
Discharge:0.85L/min;
Length:396mm;

401 20kg air grease pump

Ratio:40:1;
Working pressure:40-50Mpa;
Discharge:0.85L/min;
Length:740mm;

501 20kg air grease pump

Ratio:50:1;
Working pressure:40-50Mpa;
Discharge:0.85L/min;
Length:740mm;

401 200kg air grease pump

Ratio:40:1;
Working pressure:40-50Mpa;
Discharge:0.85L/min;
Length:940mm;

601 200kg air grease pump

Ratio:60:1;
Working pressure:40-50Mpa;
Discharge:0.85L/min;
Length:940mm;

55 200kg air grease pump

Ratio:55:1;
Working pressure:40-50Mpa;
Discharge:0.85L/min;
Length:940mm;

Automotive Use Air Pump System (2)

  • automotive lubrication system

    The wall-mounted oil pump kits are suitable for 180-220 kg oil drums, and are a complete modular solution that can be used in a fixed position or coupled with a centralized dispensing system. Including 1 air oil pump (5:1 ration) with accessories for 1 dispensing point. This is a digital oil flow meter gun that can measure liters (counter liters). There is a 10 meter hose reel, 1 drip tray, 1 wall bracket, and it is a very useful tool for working in the car 4s shop, oil changing center, and other oil areas.

  • digital gun

    This manual oil meter gun includes digital metering and swivel joint.The pump can be used in oil and antifreeze distribution kits, or else the gun can be used in any type of fixed or mobile system.

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What is air operated grease pump?

An air operated grease pump is a type of pump used to dispense grease or lubricant for various industrial applications. These pumps are powered by compressed air which is used to drive the piston or diaphragm in the pump, forcing the grease through a hose and onto the application. They come in a variety of sizes and configurations to match specific needs, and are particularly popular in automotive, manufacturing, and heavy machinery industries where precise and efficient lubrication is necessary.

What is use for grease pump?

A grease pump is used to dispense grease or lubricant to machinery, bearings, and other components that require regular lubrication. Grease pumps are commonly used in industrial settings such as manufacturing facilities, automotive repair shops, and heavy equipment maintenance operations. Proper lubrication of machinery and equipment ensures optimal performance, prolongs the lifespan of the equipment, and reduces downtime caused by breakdowns or malfunctions. Grease pumps come in a range of sizes and styles, from manual hand pumps to air operated pumps, and can be used for a variety of greasing applications on different types of equipment.

What are the different types of grease pumps?

There are several types of grease pumps available, each with its own set of features and benefits. Some of the most common types of grease pumps include:

1. Manual Grease Pumps: These pumps are operated by hand and are suitable for small-scale applications.

2. Air Operated Grease Pumps: These pumps are powered by compressed air and can deliver grease at high pressure and volume, making them ideal for heavy-duty industrial applications.

3. Electric Grease Pumps: These pumps are powered by electricity and are ideal for applications that require consistent and accurate delivery of grease.

4. Lever-Action Grease Pumps: These pumps feature a lever that is used to manually pump grease.

5. Battery-Powered Grease Pumps: These pumps are portable and convenient, as they run on battery power and do not require an external power source.

6. Pneumatic Grease Pumps: These pumps are designed for use with high-viscosity greases and feature a built-in reservoir that can hold a large amount of grease.

7. Hand-Operated Grease Guns: While not technically a pump, these tools are commonly used for dispensing grease in small quantities and in hard-to-reach areas.

What is the pressure for an air operated grease gun?

The pressure for an air operated grease gun can vary depending on the model and manufacturer. However, in general, these guns are capable of generating pressures ranging from 3,000 to 10,000 psi (pounds per square inch). The specific pressure range of a particular air operated grease gun will depend on factors such as the air pressure supplied to the gun, the size of the grease delivery hose, and the viscosity of the grease being dispensed. It is important to use an air operated grease gun with the appropriate pressure rating for the task at hand, as using a gun that is not rated for the required pressure could result in inadequate lubrication or damage to the equipment being serviced.

How does an air operated pump work?

An air operated pump works by using compressed air to drive a piston or diaphragm within the pump. When the compressed air is supplied to the pump, it creates pressure which causes the piston or diaphragm to move back and forth, creating a vacuum and drawing fluid into the pump. As the piston or diaphragm moves in the opposite direction, it compresses the fluid and forces it out of the pump through a discharge port.

Air operated pumps are used in a wide range of applications including oil and gas production, chemical processing, water treatment, and many others. The pumps are popular because they are capable of generating high pressures and volumes of fluid with relatively low operator effort. They are also efficient and reliable, requiring minimal maintenance and providing consistent performance over long periods of time.

One important consideration when using an air operated pump is to ensure that the air supply is clean and dry, as moisture or contaminants in the air can damage the pump and reduce its performance. Additionally, it is important to properly size the pump for the application, taking into account factors such as fluid viscosity, pressure requirements, and flow rate.

How does an air driven pump work?

An air driven pump, also known as a pneumatic pump, works by using compressed air to drive a piston or diaphragm within the pump. When air pressure is applied to the pump, it causes the piston or diaphragm to move back and forth, creating suction that draws fluid into the pump and then pushing the fluid out through a discharge port.

The compressed air is typically supplied to the pump through an external source such as an air compressor. The pressure and flow rate of the air supply can be adjusted to control the output of the pump. The pump itself may be designed with different components depending on the specific application, such as the type of fluid being pumped, the required flow rate, and the operating pressure.

Air driven pumps are used in a variety of industries including chemical processing, oil and gas production, water treatment, and many others. They are popular because they are efficient, reliable, and capable of generating high pressures and volumes of fluid with relatively low operator effort. However, they do require a clean and dry air supply, and proper maintenance is necessary to ensure optimum performance.

What type of pump is a barrel pump?

A barrel pump is a type of hand-operated rotary pump used for transferring fluids, liquids, and chemicals from drums, barrels, and containers. They are precisely engineered to transfer fluids by creating suction or a vacuum and drawing the liquid up through a hose and discharging it in another container. Barrel pumps are mainly available in two types including hand-operated barrel pumps and electric barrel pumps.

Hand-operated barrel pumps typically consist of a vertical rod with a handle that is used to rotate a helical impeller within a tube. This creates suction and draws the fluid up the tube and into the pump body. The fluid is then discharged through an outlet port into a hose or another container.

Electric barrel pumps work on the same principle as hand-operated pumps, but they use an electric motor to power the impeller instead of manual operation. This makes them ideal for transferring large volumes of fluid quickly and efficiently.

Barrel pumps are commonly used in a variety of applications, including chemical processing, food and beverage production, and general industrial fluid transfer. They are also popular in agricultural and automotive settings for transferring fuels and other fluids.

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