N96 - Diaphragm Vacuum Pump and Compressor High Performance
Jun 04 2020 Read 406 Times
KNF showcases a new powerful pump for a wide range of applications. The N96 is suited for gas sampling analysis and all other processes requiring reliable and precise transfer of gaseous samples. Compact and high performing, it can transfer even aggressive & corrosive media. Its robust design means it can be used with a broad spectrum of media at temperatures up to 70 degrees Celsius.
Available with either an EPDM membrane or a PTFE coated membrane, the N96 is chemically resistant and highly tolerant of vapour and condensate, making the N96 perfect for use in instrumental analysis. In this field, the N96 can perform the typical tasks of gentle, precise preparation and transfer of samples for analysis as well as safe aspiration of chemical liquid waste mixtures.
With its highly efficient brushless DC motor and rotational speed control, this diaphragm pump can dynamically meet the requirements of complex operating profiles. The N96 low heat emission makes it suitable for use in ambient temperatures of up to 50 degrees Celsius. The pump can effortlessly start up against load, has a flow rate up to 8.5 l/min and can produce 2.5 barg pressure and vacuum down to 100 mbar abs, whilst running continuously.
The N 96 is a powerful pump for gas sampling analysis and instrumental analysis.
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