China Professional CZPT Model: GB02 Maximum 16 Bar Air Driven Gas Booster Pump for Vacuum Refilling manufacturer

Product Description

 USUN Model :GB02   160MM driven pneumatic driven natural Gas Booster Pump

for Charging Cylinders

 

Usun air driven gas booster  pumps are ratio devices that utilize low pressure compressed

 

air driving a larger diameter piston (area x pressure) which is linearly connected to a smaller

 

hydraulic piston/plunger. Using this ratio principal, a higher hydraulic pressure can be generated.

 

Usun Pump model numbers reflect the pumps nominal pressure ratio, while the technical data 

 

indicates exact ratios.  The outlet stall pressure is easy to set by adjusting the air drive pressure

 

through a simple air pressure regulator. By multiplying the pressure ratio by the available shop

 

air pressure, the nominal gas  pressure can be calculated.

 

Example ( Pump Model: GB25 Gas booster pump)

 

Air drive piston area ( 160mm Ø)

 

Hydraulic plunger area (32mm Ø)

 

Actual ratio = 25:1

 

 1.  AIR DRIVE SECTION

 

The air drive section consists of a light weight piston complete with seals running inside an

 

aluminum barrel. The diameter of the air piston is 160mm. When compressed air is supplied to

 

the pump the air pushes the air piston down on a compression stroke

 

(forces as out of the gas end).

 

 Under the control of pilot pins (poppet valve) triggered at each end of the stroke

 

2. GAS  DRIVEN SECTION

The gas section of a USUN air driven gas booster consisit of 4 main pieces  

 

,the gas barrel  ,the piston the check valves  and the main high pressure seals  .

 

The gaspiston is directly linked to the air piston and it is housedinside the gas barrel 

 

and its movements up and down creates the gas flow into and out of the booster through

 

 the check valves . The check valves are psring loaded and on the suction stroke .the inlet check valve

 

opens to the maximum allowing gas into the gas barrel and on the compression stroke

 

the inlet check valve closes the discharge check valve opens forcing the pumped gas

 

 into the process  .The main high pressure seals is located on the gas piston and they seal agaist

 the gas barrel during operation . and the maximum pressures of the pump ,however the

 

standard PTFE seals are suitable for both the vast majority of gases encountered .

 

Other materials of construction  can be supplied to meet more aggresive services  

 

.The standard  serials of booster are not suitable for underground coal mine applications  .

 

USUN DO Manufacture models of  air driven gas boosters  that are not suitable for underground

coal mine applications .

USUN Air driven gas boosters cycle automatically  as the outlet pressure increass the

 

resistance also increases and the cycle rate decreases until the pump stops automatically 

 

when the out put pressure forces are equal .This is refered to as the stall condition  .

 

The pump will restart with a slight drop in the outllet pressure or an increase in the  air driven pressure 

Booster performance can be affected by a number of conditions ,

 

such as freezing of the exhaust muffler   or pilot valves ( Which is caused by moisture in

 

 air lines  ),inadequate  inlet air line sizes and dirty filers .When  operating the boosters 

 

on a contunuous basis  ,we recommend you use a maximum cycle rate of 50-60 cycles per minute .

 

This will both  increase service intervals  and assist in preventing ice forming at the exhaust  .

 

An air supply dryer will also assist in reducing icing up  .

 

USUN Gas boosters have a 120mm stroke thus reducing cycle rates at any given flow 

 

and pressure as compared with most other brands  . This lower repsective cycle rate res

 

ults in a reduction in freeze-up  condition  .

 

To abtain best overall performance  ,do not reduce the indicated port size and consult

USUN for flow conditions not shown in charts   

Model selection for gas booster  

 It is very important to remember that the performance of any air driven device is very dependent 

on the air supply conditions .Restrictions in the air supply can be caused by using a too small air compressor or 

airlines  .The FLOW CHARTS SHOWN in the technical data sheet are based on good conditions  .

 so please do not “design  to the line ”  allow for losses and inefficiencies  

The next question is wheather you want the booster to stall when an outlet pressure is reached 

If so ,a simple airline pressure regulator will suffice ,but remember the flow drops off dramatically as the 

booster reaches a stall condition  .

 If you require flow at a particular pressure ,then you need read the flow cahrts carefully and conservatively  

 If you need the pump to stop at a certain pressure ,prior to stall ,then an air pilor switches needs to be installed  .
 

Key features

1. Realiable ,Easy to Maintain ,compact and robust

2. No heat,flame or spark risk

3. Infinitely variable cycling speed and output

4. Air driven Models do not require electrical connection ,easy to apply automatic controls

5. No limit or adverse affect to contineous stop/start applications

6.Seals system designed for long working life,No airline lubricated required

7.Built-in coupling system (Most models) and suitable for most gases boosting 

Main technical data  

Typical technical data for air driven gas booster pump  
 

Model Pressure ratio High pressure piston rod diameter (mm) Minimum inlet pressure PI(Bar) Maximum Outlet pressure PO(Bar) Outlet pressure formula PO Inlet port size Outlet porst size Maximum Flow rate L/min= 7 Bar
GB02 2.5:1 100 0 16.6 2PA NPT1/2”  NPT1/2” 522@PI=7
GB04 4:1 80 1.2 33.2 4PA NPT1/2” NPT1/2” 354@PI=7
GB05T 5:1 80 1.7 41.5 4PA+PI NPT1/2” NPT1/2” 572@PI=7
GB07 7:1 63 3.4 56 7PA NPT3/8” NPT3/8” 252@PI=7
GB08T 8:1 63 3.4 64 7PA+PI NPT3/8” NPT3/8” 362@PI=7
GB10 10:1 50 6.5 80 10PA NPT3/8” NPT3/8” 196@PI=7
GB15 15:1 40 8.1 120 15PA NPT3/8” NPT3/8” 164@PI=10
GB25 25:1 32 15 200 25PA NPT1/4” NPT1/4” 114@PI=20
GB30 32:1 28 18 256 32PA NPT1/4” NPT1/4” 91@PI=20
GB40 -OL  40:1 25 25 320 40PA NPT1/4” NPT1/4” 156@pi=40
GB60 60:1 20 32 480 60PA NPT1/4” NPT1/4” 112@PI=40
GB100 100:1 16 40 800 100PA NPT1/4” NPT1/4” 85@pi=40

 Remark 1) Maxium outlet pressure are at an air driven pressure of 8 bar or 116 CZPT ,for long life using

of such pump ,we suggest that air driven pressure should be not more than 8 Bar  .

Typical application of such pneumatic driven CO2 booster pump 

Factory corners 

 

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Max.Capacity: 100-200 L/min
Pressure Medium: Gas
Type: Handheld
Position of Pump Shaft: Horizontal
Certification: CE
Material: Stainless Steel
Customization:
Available

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What Are the Typical Applications of Piston Vacuum Pumps?

Piston vacuum pumps find applications in various industries and processes. Here’s a detailed explanation of the typical applications of piston vacuum pumps:

1. Laboratories and Research Facilities:

– Piston vacuum pumps are commonly used in laboratories and research facilities for a wide range of applications.

– They are utilized in vacuum ovens, freeze dryers, vacuum filtration systems, and other equipment requiring controlled evacuation.

2. Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology:

– In the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, piston vacuum pumps are employed for processes such as solvent evaporation, distillation, and filtration.

– They are used in drug manufacturing, vaccine production, and research involving biochemistry and molecular biology.

3. Food Processing and Packaging:

– Piston vacuum pumps play a vital role in the food processing and packaging industry.

– They are used in vacuum packaging machines to remove air from packaging containers, extending the shelf life of food products.

4. HVAC and Refrigeration Systems:

– Piston vacuum pumps are utilized in HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems and refrigeration systems.

– They help evacuate air and moisture from the systems to achieve the desired pressure and prevent contamination.

5. Manufacturing and Industrial Processes:

– Piston vacuum pumps are employed in various manufacturing and industrial processes.

– They are used for degassing, vacuum impregnation, vacuum drying, and other applications that require controlled evacuation.

6. Automotive Industry:

– In the automotive industry, piston vacuum pumps are often used in brake booster systems.

– They create a vacuum to assist in brake actuation, providing the necessary power for braking.

7. Electronics and Semiconductor Manufacturing:

– Piston vacuum pumps are utilized in electronics and semiconductor manufacturing processes.

– They help create a controlled environment with low-pressure conditions during the production of microchips, integrated circuits, and other electronic components.

8. Environmental Monitoring and Analysis:

– Piston vacuum pumps are utilized in environmental monitoring and analysis equipment.

– They are used in air sampling devices, gas analyzers, and other instruments that require precise vacuum control.

9. Scientific Research and Vacuum Systems:

– Piston vacuum pumps are employed in various scientific research applications.

– They are used in vacuum systems for particle accelerators, electron microscopes, mass spectrometers, surface analysis instruments, and other scientific equipment.

In summary, piston vacuum pumps have diverse applications in laboratories, pharmaceuticals, food processing, HVAC systems, manufacturing processes, automotive industry, electronics, environmental monitoring, scientific research, and more. Their ability to provide controlled evacuation and achieve moderate vacuum levels makes them suitable for a wide range of industries and processes.

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Are There Noise Considerations When Using Piston Vacuum Pumps?

Yes, there are noise considerations to take into account when using piston vacuum pumps. Here’s a detailed explanation:

– Piston vacuum pumps can generate noise during their operation, which is important to consider, especially in environments where noise levels need to be minimized.

– The noise produced by piston vacuum pumps is primarily caused by mechanical vibrations and the movement of internal components.

– The noise level can vary depending on factors such as the design and construction of the pump, the speed of operation, and the load conditions.

– Excessive noise from piston vacuum pumps can have several implications:

– Occupational Health and Safety: High noise levels can pose a risk to the health and safety of operators and personnel working in the vicinity of the pump. Prolonged exposure to loud noise can lead to hearing damage and other related health issues.

– Environmental Impact: In certain settings, such as residential areas or noise-sensitive locations, excessive noise from piston vacuum pumps may result in noise pollution and non-compliance with local noise regulations.

– Equipment Interference: Noise generated by the pump can interfere with the operation of nearby sensitive equipment, such as electronic devices or precision instruments, potentially affecting their performance.

– To mitigate the noise produced by piston vacuum pumps, several measures can be taken:

– Enclosures and Sound Insulation: Installing acoustic enclosures or sound-insulating materials around the pump can help contain and reduce the noise. These enclosures are designed to absorb or block the sound waves generated by the pump.

– Vibration Isolation: Using vibration isolation mounts or pads can help minimize the transmission of vibrations from the pump to surrounding structures, reducing the noise level.

– Maintenance and Lubrication: Regular maintenance, including lubrication of moving parts, can help reduce friction and mechanical noise generated by the pump.

– Operating Conditions: Adjusting the operating conditions of the pump, such as speed and load, within the manufacturer’s specified limits can help optimize performance and minimize noise generation.

– Location and Placement: Proper positioning and placement of the pump, considering factors such as distance from occupied areas or sensitive equipment, can help minimize the impact of noise.

– It is important to consult the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations regarding noise levels and any specific measures to mitigate noise for a particular piston vacuum pump model.

– Compliance with local regulations and standards regarding noise emissions should also be considered and adhered to.

In summary, noise considerations are important when using piston vacuum pumps to ensure the health and safety of personnel, minimize environmental impact, and prevent interference with other equipment. Measures such as enclosures, vibration isolation, maintenance, and proper operating conditions can help mitigate the noise generated by these pumps.

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How Do You Maintain and Service a Piston Vacuum Pump?

Maintaining and servicing a piston vacuum pump is essential to ensure its optimal performance and longevity. Here’s a detailed explanation:

1. Regular Inspection:

– Perform regular visual inspections of the pump to check for any signs of damage, leaks, or wear.

– Inspect the seals, gaskets, and fittings for any cracks or deterioration.

– Ensure that all connections are tight and secure.

2. Oil Change:

– Piston vacuum pumps typically require regular oil changes to maintain proper lubrication and prevent contamination.

– Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines regarding the frequency of oil changes.

– Drain the old oil completely and replace it with the recommended oil type and quantity.

– Dispose of the used oil according to proper environmental regulations.

3. Filter Replacement:

– Many piston vacuum pumps have filters to prevent dust, particles, and contaminants from entering the pump.

– Check the filter regularly and replace it as needed to maintain proper airflow and prevent clogging.

4. Cleaning:

– Keep the exterior of the pump and its surrounding area clean and free from debris.

– Use a soft cloth or brush to remove any dust or dirt accumulation.

– Avoid using harsh chemicals or solvents that may damage the pump’s surfaces.

5. Seals and Gaskets:

– Inspect the seals and gaskets regularly and replace them if they show signs of wear or damage.

– Ensure that the seals provide a proper airtight seal to prevent leaks and maintain vacuum performance.

6. Cooling System:

– If the piston vacuum pump has a cooling system, monitor it regularly to ensure proper functioning.

– Clean or replace the cooling system components as recommended by the manufacturer.

7. Professional Maintenance:

– Consider scheduling professional maintenance and service at regular intervals, especially for more complex or critical applications.

– Professional technicians can perform in-depth inspections, conduct performance tests, and address any specific issues or concerns.

– They can also provide recommendations on optimizing the pump’s performance and extending its lifespan.

8. Manufacturer Guidelines:

– Always refer to the manufacturer’s maintenance and service guidelines specific to your piston vacuum pump model.

– Follow their recommendations regarding oil type, oil level, maintenance intervals, and any other specific instructions.

– Adhering to the manufacturer’s guidelines ensures proper operation and prevents voiding the warranty.

In summary, maintaining and servicing a piston vacuum pump involves regular inspection, oil changes, filter replacement, cleaning, checking seals and gaskets, monitoring the cooling system, and considering professional maintenance. Following the manufacturer’s guidelines is crucial for effective maintenance and to maximize the pump’s performance and lifespan.

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editor by Dream 2024-04-23