Air-operated diaphragm pump (FDMH 25)

FLUX-GERÄTE GmbH

Air-operated diaphragm pump (FDMH 25) by FLUX-GERÄTE GmbH

High pressure air pump up to 20 bar operating pressure

The FLUX air-operated diaphragm pump FDMH 25 in injection-moulded and especially designed for pressure increase (3:1). The pump is self-priming and protected against dry running. The pump is distinguished for its versatility and can be used for pumping low to high viscosity media with solid particles, abrasive media, highly flammable media or liquids with high gas content.

Technical data:

  • Flow rate: max. 85 *
  • Flow pressure: max. 20
  • Operating pressure: max. 7
  • Suction head: max. 3 *
  • Size of solids: max. 3,2
  • Viscosity: min. 1 mPas - max. 15000 mPas**
  • Housing Materials: Stainless steel
  • Media / Fluids: Highly flammable media, Viscous media, Abrasive media, Aggressive media

* dependent on pump model, operating pressure and medium
** dependent on the flow behaviour of the medium

Benefits

  • Suitable for dry run operation
  • Blockage-free, infinitely adjustable operation
  • Long service life
  • Free of wear
  • Service-friendly operation
  • Versions available for use in hazardous areas
Address
Alte Stuttgarter Strasse 45
70195
Stuttgart
Baden-Württemberg
Germany
Business Type
Manufacturer
Export Regions
Worldwide
Certificates
ISO 9001:2015
Foundation
1949
Management
Klaus Hahn
Martina Wilhelm
Employees
150

About FLUX-GERÄTE GmbH

In 1950, the world's first electric barrel pump was named FLUX. In the meantime the undisputed pioneer in the area of barrel pump technology possesses outstanding knowhow and experience in many other areas of pump technology. The wide product range now extends from the most different types of pumps with motors, flow meters and accessories through special system solutions such as the drum emptying systems to custom-designed systems for plant engineering. The internationally operating family company with its 7 subsidiaries and numerous representatives supplies its products to more than 100 countries worldwide.