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Compressor Pumps and Receiver Tanks Now Available to Medical and Laboratory Oems

Dec 20 2005 Read 3208 Times

Compressor manufacturer Jun-Air UK Ltd is making its range of compressor pumps and receiver tanks available as individual components for OEMs to build into their own products.

The range includes oil-free single cylinder OF301 and OF1201 models and twin cylinder OF302 and OF1202 models. All are designed for 50/60Hz dual frequency operation at all worldwide voltages, providing greater flexibility for exporting OEMs who are designing equipment to operate anywhere in the world without modification. Outputs are up to 130 l/min at 8 bar and models are also available to operate at 10 bar maximum pressure.

JUN-AIR oil-free compressor pumps are vibration-free and extremely quiet just 76dB(A) as free-standing units and when housed in optional silent-running cabinets, noise level as low as 47dB(A) can be achieved. All units are also rated for continuous duty and feature multiple outlet ports to enable connection in any plane, making them ideal for integrated solutions and demanding OEM applications.

JUN-AIR air receiver tanks are available for OEMs who need air and gas storage capacity from 4-150 litres. All models in the range comply with global standards including EN, ASME and GOST R, and are covered by a 5-year guarantee.

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