Diaphragm vacuum pump and compressor with integrated fine adjustment valve and vacuum gauge, as well as a silencer and a connection for hoses with an inner Ø of 6 mm (inner Ø 10 mm is optionally available as accessory). Can also be used as a compressor, provided that no more than max. 2.4 bar overpressure is required.
Suitable as a laboratory pump, as well as for the production of smaller components in a vacuum process, for example, for ship, aircraft and car models.
The vacuum pump P1-N is often used in floor model making for the construction of styro/veneer wings in sandwich construction.
The size of the components is only limited by the suction capacity of max. 6 litres/minute at atmospheric pressure.
For bigger or larger components we recommend the pumps P2-N and P3, for very large components the rotary vane pump VT 4.10 (item no. 3901031-DS).
- One year warranty (from purchase, except wear parts)
- High performance and excellent durability by means of a stress-optimised structural diaphragm
- High performance despite the most compact dimensions
- Very quiet and vibration-free
- Good compatibility with steam and condensation
- Cool running motor, even when in continuous operation (> 8000 h)
- With thermal switch and mains fuse
- Simple to operate, maintenance-free
Max. capacity at atm. pressure: 6 litre/min (0.36 m³/h)
Max. vacuum: 0.85 bar (compressive force = 8500 kg/m²)
Max. operating pressure: 2.4 bar
Max. permitted gas and ambient temperature: from + 5 to + 40 °C
Motor: 220 V/50 Hz
Protection type: IP 20
Motor output: 65 W
Current consumption: 0.63 A
Noise level: 58 dB(A)
Weight: 1.9 kg
The pump should be operated at workplaces with increased "dirt" (where planing, sanding or painting is carried out, etc.) with an air filter (e.g. the universal filter, art. no. 3901081) in the suction line, as these sucked-in foreign bodies cause the mebran to no longer seal properly and thus reduce the suction power.
Integrated connection for R&G pump hose Ø 6 mm (order no. 390 110-X)
Pump incl. removable power cable.
Animation of a diaphragm pump
Source: Ryan O’Connor, https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Membranpumpe
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