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    300W Vane Air Motor, 27 cfm, 6000rpm

    $324.95
    Cost-effective vane air motor with rated power 0.3 kW, rotate speed up to 6000rpm, 47 m³/h air comsumption, maximum torque 0.68Nm, it is widely used in ship, offshore platform, metallurgy, papermaking and petrochemical industries, etc.
    SKU: ATO-PVAM-HX1UP
    Free Shipping Worldwide
    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Factory price pneumatic vane air motor online for sale, with rated torque 2.75 lb.in, maximum rotate speed 500rpm, hub mounting. Easy operation andmaintenance, water resistance, fire protection and moisture & explosion proof, etc.

    Specification

    Model HX1UP-NCW-95
    Power 300W
    Torque 0.58Nm 5.25 lb.in
    Rotate Speed 6000rpm
    Air Consumption 47 m³/h 27 cfm
    Maximum Rotate Speed 500rpm
    Maximum Torque 0.68Nm 6 lb.in
    Installation Method Hub Mounting
    Weight 0.6kg
    Color Gray
    Warranty 12 months
    Certification CE

    Dimension (unit=inch/mm)
    Dimension of vane air motor HX1UP

    Tips: The Working Principle of Pneumatic Vane Air Motor.

    Open the manual reversing valve, the gas with a certain pressure reaches the airWorking principle distribution plate through the air-controlled reversing valve. At this time, the gas with a certain pressure enters the motor in two ways: the first way, the pressure gas enters the brake chamber and pushes it away Brake piston; the second way, the pressure gas enters the motor chamber from the motor air inlet 1.

    The pressurized gas generates pressure on the blades and overcomes a certain friction force to push the motor rotor to rotate. When the blades leave the air inlet 1 behind the chamber, the chamber is at a critical position a. As the motor rotates, the pressurized gas in the chamber performs adiabatic expansion. Work externally. When the front vane of this chamber reaches the main exhaust port 2, the adiabatic expansion of the chamber is over and it is at the critical position b. With the rotation of the motor, the chamber enters the main exhaust area for main exhaust. When the rear vane of this chamber leaves the main exhaust port 2, the main exhaust of this chamber ends and enters the critical position c. Then, the chamber undergoes adiabatic compression stage. When the front vane of the chamber reaches the secondary exhaust port 3, the chamber is at the critical position d. With the rotation of the motor, the chamber enters the secondary exhaust area for secondary exhaust. When the rear vane of the chamber leaves the auxiliary exhaust port 3, the auxiliary exhaust of this chamber ends and the next cycle is entered. In this way, the vane-type air motor can continuously rotate and output the speed and torque outward.

     

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