The mode of action of the piston pumps is that the fluid is pushed forward by the piston in the pump cylinder. The piston cylinder is sealed together with the pump piston and sealing elements, and the piston is reciprocated in these seals. Piston pumps use pressure created by the piston to apply pressure on liquids.
|Code||Model||Flow (Lt/Min)||Pressure (Bar)||Piston (Piece)||Piston of Diameter (mm)||Oil Type||Oil Capacity (lt)||Box Dimensions (cm)
|PP-MET-27||27lt/min Membrane Pump||27||40||3||30||90||0.80||30||30||17||11.0|
|PP-MET-51||51lt/min Membrane Pump||51||55||2||38||90||1.50||35||45||24||42.0|
|PP-MET-81||81lt/min Membrane Pump||81||55||3||38||90||2.00||40||45||25||55.0|
|PP-MET-110||110lt/min Membrane Pump||110||55||4||38||90||3.00||57||45||25||68.5|