Wilden Air-Operated Diaphragm Pumps

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Abaque Peristaltic Pump HD25 model

Features & Benefits

  • Self-priming, submersible, safe to dry run, sealless
  • Reliable and energy-efficient
  • Wide chemical compatibility
  • Available in metallic and non-metallic versions

Available Options

We customise pumps according to your specific application. Get in touch with us today to get a complete list of your options.

  • Pump material options
  • Diaphragm material
  • Elastomer options
  • Specialty pumps
  • Spare parts
  • Accessories
  • ATEX models

Key Specifications

  • 22 models – metallic and non-metallic
  • Max flow – 63 m3/h
  • Max inlet pressure – 8.6 bar
  • Max solids – 60.3 mm
  • Max suction lift – 9.8 m (wet)

OUR RANGE OF AVAILABLE WILDEN PUMPS

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

P.025

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

P1

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

P100

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

P2

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

PX2

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

PX200

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

P4

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

PX400

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

PX400

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

P8 FDA

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

PX800

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

PX810

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

P15

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

PX1500

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

PX1510

Abaque Peristaltic Hose Pump HD100 model

T20

PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION

Wilden diaphragm pumps are air operated and are mostly double diaphragms. Air drives the pump to work. Compressed air enters the air inlet chamber and the air pressure moves the shaft either to the left or right. When the shaft moves to the right, it puts pressure on the right diaphragm, placing it to its discharge stroke. Meanwhile, the left diaphragm is pulled towards the centre, creating a vacuum in the left chamber, and the suction of fluid begins. Meanwhile, as soon as the right chamber reaches its maximum discharge stroke, the shaft begins to move to the left and shifts the air pressure to the left diaphragm. The fluid that entered during the left diaphragm’s suction stroke will now be pushed past the discharge valve. The left diaphragm is not positioned to its suction stroke. This makes up a full AODD pumping cycle.

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