Beschreibung

Pump for precise filling and dosing technology Micro annular gear pump mzr-11540 of the modular pump series operates with high dynamics, low pulsation and excellent precision in delivery as well as high repeatability in metering. The pump is suitable for low to high viscosity liquids and a dif-ferential pressure of up to 15 bar. It allows accurate displacement volumes starting at 100 µl in a metering time of 200 milliseconds. It also covers a flow rate range of 0.2 to 1,152 ml/min. The pump comes with lateral fluid connections or with a manifold version with frontal fluid connections. Advantages High precision in metering and delivery Dynamic drive technology in regards to requirements with BLCD drive, BLCD drive with electronic module, stepper motor Broad viscosity range solvents, adhesives, water, grease, gel, colors Long service life wear-resistant tungsten carbide Low pulsation delivery, low shear stress rotary micro annular gear technology, no valves Applications...

Produktmerkmale

Drive version BLDC-motor with electronic module
Flow rate 9.6 - 768ml/min
Smallest dosage volume 100µl
Displacement volume 192µl
Differential pressure range 0 - 15 bar (217.5 psi)
Maximum inlet pressure 15 bar (217.5 psi)
Liquid temperature range -5 ... +60 °C (+23 ... +140 °F)
Ambient temperature range 0 ... +40 (+32 ... +104 °F)°C
Viscosity range 0.3 – 10,000mPas
Precision CV 1% (Coefficient of variation CV)
Fluid connection manifold assembly M4
Wetted parts graphite-reinforced PTFE, Alloy C276; static sealing: FKM, optional: EPDM, FFKM
Motor BLDC-motor with electronic module; 48 VDC, 7.2 A, 251 W, IP 54
Velocity range 50 - 4,000rpm
Positioning positioning mode
Motor protection protection against overload
Interface logic cable / power cable
Cable length 3m
Dimensions (L x W x H) 261 x 63 x 93.3 mm
Weight approx. 3.7 kg
Remarks * Customized solutions on request.

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