Pneumatic booster pump is a special type of hydraulic pump that uses compressed air to increase and stabilize liquid pressure. Compared to traditional hydraulic pumps, gas-liquid booster pumps have many advantages, such as higher pressurization ratio, wider application range, and lower maintenance costs.
Gas-liquid booster pumps have a higher pressure ratio, typically reaching 60:1 or higher. This means that when gas enters the drive cavity of the pump, it rapidly compresses, thereby increasing the pressure at the inlet end of the liquid. Compared to traditional single stage hydraulic pumps, it can generate higher output pressure.
Gas-liquid booster pumps have a wider range of applications. In addition to traditional hydraulic pump applications, such as mechanical engineering, aerospace, and other fields, gas-liquid booster pumps have also been widely used in testing and testing, robotics and automation, food and pharmaceutical industries, and other fields.
The maintenance cost of the gas-liquid booster pump is lower. Compared to traditional hydraulic pumps, due to the special structure of the gas-liquid booster pump, it can reduce the loss and wear of the pump. In addition, almost all maintenance can be performed on-site without the need to send the pump back to the repair shop.
In general, the pneumatic booster pump is a highly efficient, widely applicable, and easy to maintain hydraulic pump. It can provide a higher supercharging ratio, suitable for various fields, while reducing maintenance costs. With the progress of technology and the expansion of applications, it will be widely used and developed in the future.