Air operated double diaphragm pumps.
ATEX certification for zone 1 - EX II 2/2 GD c IIB T 135°C
The draft of the FLUIMAC’s double diaphragm pumps, it is mainly developed around the air distribution system, the diaphragm’s high technology, the pumping chambers geometry and the valves system; this in order to extend the functionality, not only for transfer but also for dosing. The result is an innovative product with next-generation solutions.
FLUIMAC's diaphragm pumps are made in PP+CF, PVDF+CF,POMc+CF, ALLUMINIO e AISI 316.
Connection: 1"1/2 BSP Dn 40
Max flow-rate: 380 lt/min
Air connection: 1/2" BSP
Max head: 80 m
Connections: 2" BSP Dn 50
Max flow rate: 700 lt/min
Air connection: 3/4" BSP
Max head: 80 m
ATEX certification for zone 1 - EX II 2/2 GD c IIB T 135°C****
PHOENIX, PHOENIX FOOD and DAMPER
Zone 2 certified, EX II 3/3 GD c IIB T135°C standard version, assembled with central part in PP, fluid body in PP, PVDF, ALUMINIUM and SS AISI 316
PHOENIX ATEX, PHOENIX FOOD ATEX DAMPER ATEX
Zone 1 certified, EX II 2/2 GD c IIB T135°C ATEX version, assemble with central part in PP+CF (conductive), fluid body in PP+CF (conductive), PVDF+CF(conductive), ALUMINIUM and SS AISI 316
II 2/2 GD: Surface equipment for use in zones in which gases, vapours or mists and clouds of combustible dust in air occur occasionally in normal operation (EN 1127-1 subclause 6.3) in both the external and internal zone.
II 3/3 GD: Surface equipment for use in zones in which gases, vapours or mists and clouds of combustible dust in air are not likely to occur in normal operation or may occur rarely for a short period in both the external and internal zone.
c: Equipment protected by constructional safety (EN 13463-5).
IIB: Exclusion of the following products: Hydrogen, acetylene, carbon disulphide.
T 135°: Allowed temperature class. The user shall process fluids in accordance with the corresponding temperature classification, bearing in mind the manual instructions and the provisions of current legislation.
The user shall also consider the ignition temperatures of gases, vapours or mists and clouds of combustible dust in air in the area of use.