Lutz Jesco Solenoid-Diaphragm Dosing Pumps
Diaphragm dosing pumps are leak-free, and are therefore suitable for highly aggressive or toxic media. Depending on the gear type, the diaphragm allows pressures up to 16 bar. Diaphragm dosing pumps are fitted with a separation chamber as standard.
If a crack forms in the diaphragm due to wear, this prevents the medium from flooding the system components or the pump itself. The medium is controlled and flows through a down pipe to the collecting basin. The medium sides of the diaphragms are coated with PTFE. Reliable dosing of chemicals The solenoid-driven diaphragm dosing pump MAGDOS stands for dosing without compromises. Thanks to a number of the various pump types there is the right individual solution for every application, also for the highest demands.
The power ranges cover from 0.5 – 15 l/h with back pressures up to 16 bar. Double-ball valves ensure exact dosing. The dosing power can be adapted by varying the stroke frequency manually, via an external control contact or using a 0/4 – 20 mA signal.
Several different materials and connections are available for suction and discharge side, depending on the specific applications.
Accessory sets consisting of a hose, injection nozzle and suction line are available to ensure the best outcomes and quick installation.
Thanks to the sturdy, maintenance free solenoid drive, the media being supplied (acids, alkalis, coagulants and flocculants, for example) are reliably and accurately dosed.
The MAGDOS does not just impress with their elegant design. The MAGDOS is available with a graphic display and multi-language menu. The operation of the dosing pump via the integrated keyboard simplifies their use.
The MAGDOS is also available with an optional Ethernet interface. The stroke frequency, number of strokes, runtime, batch and much more can be controlled via the network interface module. Errors and malfunctions are transmitted from the pump.
The compact structure of the MAGDOS means that it requires a small installation surface. This enables its problem-free integration in smaller compact dosing systems. Depending on the requirements, the pump can be fitted in three different positions: standing, oriented to the left or right and fitted on the wall.