China Suncenter Air Driven Carbon Dioxide Booster Pump for Refilling CO2 Tank

Product Description

Pneumatic (Air compressor driven) liquid CO2 filling pumps/equipment

Compressed Air Driven Liquid CO2 Booster Pump-DGM /DGG/DGGD Series.
SUNCENTER pumps are air driven at a drive air pressure of 2 to 10bar (29 to145 psi) by the normal air compressor. Basically the principle of operation is similar to a reciprocating amplifier where control of the piston at the end position is regulated by a pilot operated 4/2 way valve.

Suncenter pumps feature a large air piston joint to a smaller diameter plunger. The pressure ratio is the difference of these 2 areas and is the method of determining maximum outlet pressure. Higher pressures obtained by using higher pressure ratios.Suncenter model numbers reflect the pumps nominal pressure ratios, while the technical data indicates exact ratios. The outlet pressure is easily to set through a simple air regulator. By multiplying the pressure ratio by the available shop air pressure, the nominal outlet pressure can be calculated.

Key features include:
 

  1. Compressed Air driven – no electricity required (connect to normal air compressor)
  2. In order to extend the lifetime of the pump, the driving air pressure should

not be higher than 8 bar

  1. No airline lubricator required
  2. Wide range of models with different ratios
  3. Built-in-cooling on most models
  4. Easy to install, operate and maintain
  5. Best price / performance ratio
  6. No heat, flame or spark risk and explosion proof
  7. Automatic pressure holding, whatever the cause of the pressure drop, the Suncenter   pump will automatically start, keep the loop pressure constant

DGG Series Liquid CO2 Booster Pumps

Technical specification
 

Model Pressure  Boost Ratio Driven air pressure PL Formula to calculate outlet pressure MAX Outlet
Pressure(bar)*
Liquid inlet Connection Liquid outlet Connection MAX Flow (L/min)
DGG6 6:1 3-8 bar 6XPL 48 NPT1/2 NPT1/2 29.91
DGG10 10:1 3-8 bar 10XPL 80 NPT1/2 NPT1/2 18.84
DGG16 16:1 3-8 bar 16XPL 128 NPT1/2 NPT1/2 12.42
DGG28 28:1 3-8 bar 28XPL 224 NPT1/2 NPT1/2 7.11
DGG40 40:1 3-8 bar 40XPL 320 NPT1/2 NPT1/2 4.89
DGG64 64:1 3-8 bar 64XPL 512 NPT1/2 NPT3/8 3.08
DGG80 80:1 3-8 bar 80XPL 640 NPT1/2 NPT3/8 2.44
DGG100 100:1 3-8 bar 100XPL 800 NPT1/2 NPT3/8 1.92
DGG130 130:1 3-8 bar 130XPL 1040 NPT1/2 M14X1.5 1.47
DGG175 175:1 3-8 bar 175XPL 1400 NPT3/8 M14X1.5 1

DGGD Series Liquid CO2 Pumps(Double acting)

Technical specification
 

Model Pressure  Boost Ratio Driven air pressure PL Formula to calculate outlet pressure MAX Outlet
Pressure(bar)*
Liquid inlet Connection Liquid outlet Connection MAX Flow (L/min)**
DGGD4 4:1 3-8 bar 4XPL 32 NPT1/2 NPT1/2 70.00
DGGD6 6:1 3-8 bar 6XPL 48 NPT1/2 NPT1/2 48.60
DGGD10 10:1 3-8 bar 10XPL 80 NPT1/2 NPT1/2 30.61
DGGD16 16:1 3-8 bar 16XPL 128 NPT1/2 NPT1/2 19.73
DGGD28 28:1 3-8 bar 28XPL 224 NPT1/2 NPT1/2 11.30
DGGD40 40:1 3-8 bar 40XPL 320 NPT1/2 NPT3/8 7.69
DGGD64 64:1 3-8 bar 64XPL 512 NPT1/2 NPT3/8 4.94
DGGD80 80:1 3-8 bar 80XPL 640 NPT1/2 NPT3/8 3.96
DGGD100 100:1 3-8 bar 100XPL 800 NPT1/2 NPT3/8 3.13

Max. outlet pressure at an air drive of 8 bar/116 PSI
In order to extend the lifetime of the pump, the driving air pressure should not be higher than 8 bar

Suncenter DGS Series Pneumatic (Air driven) CO2 filling pump system

CO2 Fire Extinguisher filling equipment

SUNCENTER- CO2 filling pump systems are compact and delicacy solution tailored to customer specific requirements with air driven pumps as well as all accessories to be fitted and installed on the frame or in closed cabinet.
To operate this system, the pressure gauges, valves and pressure regulators have to be fitted on panels. The outlet pressure is easily to be set through a simple air regulator. The pump stops automatically when this end pressure is reached and restarts with a slight drop in the outlet pressure or an increase in the air drive pressure.
As the pressure will be generated by means of a pneumatically operated pump,the electric connection will not be necessary. To operate this system, the air driven pump have to be equipped with the air control unit combined filter, pressure-regulating valve, pressure control gauge as well as manual relieve valve. In this operation, the pump will be mounted to the stainless steel tank in the closed cabinet in a compact and space saving manner. Pressure gauges, valves and pressure regulators will be fitted on panel.

DGS booster system = booster pump+ following valves, gages, and parts

The hottest selling- Model C cabinet picture

The standard CO2 gas booster pumps system including following parts:
Air -driven liquid CO2 gas booster pump
Stainless steel (carbon steel) material cabinet
F.R.L combination for driven air (adjusts air pressure, add lubricating oil and water filter)
Driven air switch (Pump starting switch), driven air pressure gauge
Gas inlet switch, Gas inlet pressure gauge
Gas outlet switch, Gas outlet pressure gauge, unloading valve, interconnecting pipes etc.
And we could also customize it according to clients’ special requirement.

HangZhou Suncenter Fluid Control Equipment Co., Ltd is the member company of Suncenter Group, which is located in HangZhou city of ZheJiang province in China. With more than 15 years experiences in fluid pressure exchange and controlling field, we provide various kinds of pneumatic and hydraulic booster pumps, systems and solutions to the customers all over the world. Due to our best product quality, competitive price as well as excellent after-sales service, we have win a great reputation in the field.
 
Our main products including:
High Pressure Booster Pumps (Air Driven Gas Booster Pump, Air Driven Liquid Pump, Air Amplifiers)
High Pressure Systems (Gas/Liquid Booster Stations,FM200 filling machine, Tube Expanding Machine)
High Pressure Test Equipment(Hydraulic/Burst/Hydrostatic test machine,Cylinder test machine,
Valve test bench,Impulse Testing Machine, etc.)
 
Product Application
Oil Industry, Gas Industry, Chemical Industry, Fire Fighting, Research Institutions etc.
 
Our service
13 months’ free warranty since the purchasing date and free technical support during lifetime

Certification:

 

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An air compressor uses pressurized air to power a variety of tools. They are most commonly used to power nailers and impact wrenches. Other popular uses for air compressors include paint sprayers and impact wrenches. While all air compressors have the same basic construction, their specialty differs. Ultimately, their differences come down to the amount of air they can push. Read on for information on each type of air compressor. These tools are great for many different purposes, and choosing the right air compressor depends on your specific needs.
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Electric motor

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When choosing an electric motor, you should consider whether it’s compatible with the brand of air compressor. Some may be compatible, while others may require advanced electronics skills to repair. However, most air compressors are covered by warranty, so it’s important to check with the manufacturer if the warranty is still in effect before you spend a dime on a replacement. The motor should be replaced if it has failed to perform as designed.
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Oil bath

Air compressors require proper lubrication to function efficiently. The piston must draw air with minimal friction. Depending on their design, air compressors can either be oil-lubricated or oil-free. The former uses oil to reduce piston friction, while the latter splashes it on the cylinder bearings and walls. Such air compressors are commonly known as oil-flooded air compressors. In order to keep their oil baths clean, they are recommended for use in locations with high dust levels.

Start/stop control

An air compressor can be controlled by a start/stop control. This type of control sends a signal to the main motor that activates the compressor when the demand for air falls below a preset limit. This control strategy is effective for smaller air compressors and can be useful for reducing energy costs. Start/stop control is most effective in applications where air pressure does not change frequently and where the compressor is not required to run continuously.
To troubleshoot this problem, you need to check the power supply of your compressor. To check the supply side, use a voltage monitor to determine if power is flowing to the compressor. Ensure that the power supply to the compressor is steady and stable at all times. If it fluctuates, the compressor may not start or stop as expected. If you cannot find the problem with the air compressor power supply, it may be time to replace it.
In addition to the start/stop control, you may want to purchase additional air receivers for your air compressor. These can increase the capacity of air stored and reduce the number of times it starts and stops. Another way to decrease the number of starts per hour is to add more air receivers. Then, you can adjust the control to match your requirements. You can also install a pressure gauge that monitors the compressor’s performance.
Start/stop control for air compressors can be complex, but the basic components are relatively easy to understand. One way to test them is to turn the compressor on or off. It is usually located on the exterior of the motor. If you’re unsure of the location of these components, check the capacitors and make sure that the air compressor is not running while you’re not using it. If it does, try to remove the capacitor.
Variable displacement control is another way to adjust the amount of air flowing into the compressor. By controlling the amount of air, the control can delay the use of additional compressors until more required air is available. In addition to this, the device can also monitor the energy used in the compressor. This control method can result in substantial energy savings. You can even save on the amount of electricity by using variable displacement control. It is essential for efficient compressed air systems.
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Variable speed drive

A VFD, or variable frequency drive, is a type of electric motor that adjusts its speed to match the demand for air. It is an efficient way to reduce energy costs and improve system reliability. In fact, studies have shown that a 20% reduction in motor speed can save up to 50% of energy. In addition, a VFD can monitor additional variables such as compressor oil pressure and motor temperature. By eliminating manual checks, a VFD will improve the performance of the application and reduce operating costs.
In addition to reducing energy costs, variable-speed drives also increase productivity. A variable-speed air compressor reduces the risk of system leaks by 30 percent. It also reduces the risk of system leaks by reducing pressure in the system. Because of these advantages, many governments are promoting this technology in their industries. Many even offer incentives to help companies upgrade to variable-speed drives. Therefore, the variable-speed drive can benefit many air compressor installations.
One major benefit of a variable-speed drive is its ability to optimize energy use. Variable frequency drives are able to ramp up and down to match the demand for air. The goal is to optimize the pressure and flow in the system so that the best “dead band” occurs between 40 percent and 80 percent of full load. A variable-speed compressor will also increase energy efficiency because of its programmability.
A variable-speed air compressor can also be used to control the amount of air that is compressed by the system. This feature adjusts the frequency of power supplied to the motor based on the demand. If the demand for air is low, the frequency of the motor will reduce to save energy. On the other hand, if there is an excess demand for air, the variable-speed compressor will increase its speed. In addition, this type of air compressor is more efficient than its fixed-speed counterpart.
A VFD has many benefits for compressed air systems. First, it helps stabilize the pressure in the pipe network, thereby reducing the power losses due to upstream pressure. It also helps reduce the power consumption caused by fluctuations in upward pressure. Its benefits are also far-reaching. And as long as the air pressure and air supply is properly sized, a VFD will help optimize the efficiency of compressed air systems.

China Suncenter Air Driven Carbon Dioxide Booster Pump for Refilling CO2 Tank  China Suncenter Air Driven Carbon Dioxide Booster Pump for Refilling CO2 Tank

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