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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION


ALLENAIR PUMP DISPLACEMENT VOLUMES
Drive Cylinder Air ConsumptionThis chart is used for calculating the air consumption of the pump drive cylinder to determine the total volume of air required to meet a given cycle rate. The values shown are for 100 P.S.I.
Example:Total air consumption of a 2″ bore drive cylinder with a 6″ stroke operating at 10 cycles per minute (20 strokes per minute):
6″ Stroke x 0. 0142 (SCFM Inch Stroke) = 0.0852 SUM
0.0852 SCFM Stroke x 20 Strokes Per Min. = 1.704 SCFM
PUMP CURVE AT MAXIMUM PISTON VELOCITY
These figures are based on the maximum piston velocity the drive cylinder may achieve pumping on one side only with a no load condition operating at 100 P.S.I for one minute at the Maximum cycle rate for the VCR cylinder model.

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