212 CFM, 15-25 HP PCX Rotary Claw Compressor | PCX300

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PCX300
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$14,214.00
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  • Factory Location: Rutherford, New Jersey
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DESCRIPTION

VCX/PCX Rotary Claw Vacuum/Pressure Pumps

The Airtech positive displacement rotary claw design is air cooled, dry-running and non-contacting. These features along with quality construction results in a pump that is extremely high in reliability and a long service life. The non-contact design eliminates internal wear and maintenance. No water levels to check due to air-cooled operation and no sealing or lubricating oil is needed in the pumping chamber.

The claw shaped rotors inside the pump housing rotate in opposite direction, compressing the air and discharging through a silencer to the atmosphere. The anti-suck back valve in the inlet flange prevents back flow into the pumping chamber. The two rotors are synchronized by gears that are oil lubricated to facilitate a long gear life.

Product Features

  • Air Cooled
  • Non-Contacting
  • Backflow Prevention Design
  • Oil-Lubricated Syncronization Gear

Model Features

  • Non-Contact Design
  • Air Cooled and Direct Driven
  • Oil-Free (Dry) Pumping Chamber
  • Simple, Modular Construction
  • Suitable for Variable Speed Applications

 

 

TECH DATA

  • Product Specification

    • CFM (Capacity)
      212 CFM
  • Connection

    • Connection NPT
      2" NPT
  • Power Requirements

    • Standard Voltages
      208/230/460/3/60
    • Voltage
      3450 RPM

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