Solenoid Driven Pumps
An electromagnet-based pump generates reciprocating motion by attracting the solenoid plunger when energized, which moves the diaphragm to deliver a pre-determined amount of fluid.
This type of pump is suitable when a wider range of control for discharge volume is required, or when complex control using external signals is necessary.
The device allows for manual adjustment of pulse frequency, ranging from 15 to 300 pulses per minute.
Mounted with new functions for safety, low energy consumption and ease of use.
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Robust automatic control is available in a simple system with higher precision injection.
Large-volume and high-pressure injection with solenoid-driven metering pumps.
A Solenoid-Driven Metering Pump is a type of pump that utilizes an electromagnet as the driving power. When the pump is energized, the electromagnet attracts the solenoid plunger, which generates a reciprocating motion that moves the diaphragm to deliver a pre-determined amount of fluid. This type of pump is ideal for situations where a wider control band of discharge volume is required or when complex control using external signals is necessary.
Compared to Motor-Driven Metering Pumps, the Solenoid-Driven Metering Pump is faster, with a maximum of 300 strokes per minute, as compared to the TACMINA benchmark. It is capable of operation at a rate of once per minute, offering a control band of 300:1. The pump comes with an embedded controller that can be programmed to operate in a variety of ways. This makes it highly versatile and adaptable to different pumping needs. Furthermore, the Solenoid-Driven Metering Pump can be used with AC100 to 240 V (±10%) power supplies, allowing it to be safely stocked for use across various sites and applications without worrying about voltage fluctuations.
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