AIR TO OIL BOOSTER P11:

DESCRIPTION:

These Boosters convert low Air pressure to high Oil pressure. This is an ideal Hydraulic power source for all types of Single Acting actuators used for clamping applications. The air pressure acts on large diameter air cylinder produces large force, this acts
on a small hydraulic piston, and thus pressure intensification takes place. This is a
single stroke intensifier, that is clamping element pressurization is achieved in one
stroke of high pressure piston. The air cylinder is double acting.

The oil consumption of the clamping cylinders should be 60 to 70% of oil output from the booster so as to have some reserve oil availability.

The air cylinder operates fast thus oil output flow also will be at higher speeds. Therefore suitable throttles and bypass check valves to be used in the hydraulic circuit.

By adjusting the air pressure at the input, the corresponding intensified hydraulic pressure at output can be adjusted.

NOTE:

Ordering specification for seal kit. Add prefix "SK" to the model Number.
SPECIFICATION CHART
All dimensions in mm.   
  Model No.: Foot Mounting P11301
P11302
P11303
P11304
  Flange Mounting P11305 P11306 P11307 P11308
  Ratio 1:58 1:37 1:22 1:14
  Oil output cc 63 98 160 250
  Max. Air Pressure bar 4 5 7 7
Specifications subject to improvement.s   

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P11301 

AIR TO OIL BOOSTER P11:

FEATURES:
  1. Higher pressure output.
  2. 4 - Intensification ratios.
  3. Built-in oil sump.
  4. Light weight & Compact design.
  5. Flange / Foot Mountings.
NOTE:

Refer general design notes before selection & use.

APPLICATION:

Refer general design notes before selection & use.
 
OIL FILLING AND BLEEDING:

It is important to fill the oil into the complete system, tubes and clamping cylinders before starting the system. The system will have trapped air which results in malfunctioning of the system. All the trapped air must be bleeded by keeping the bleeding screws or respective hydraulic fittings loose and suppling low pressure air (under 1 bar) into oil tank(reservoir). (Air bubbles occupies the top most level in the system). Air bubbles out of the system & when no more air leaks through the bleed points, tighten the bleed points. Fill the oil into tank to top it up.

It is preferable to keep the booster slightly below clamping cylinders. Air always occupies top most point in the system and air should be bled from that spot.

Bleeding of all the air entrapped in the system is very important for booster applications because of the limited volume output of the booster. Now operate the system via Booster and check functions under low pressure and then gradually raise the pressure to reach system working pressure.

During final installation, the booster should be above the level of clamping cylinders or actuators, this can automatically purge air from the system, if air tries to leak into the system.

EXAMPLE :

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