CV9 Master Catalog

6 Specifications subject to change without notice or incurring obligation BP 2 1 / 2 X 2 X 2 FT BA 2 1 / 2 X 2 X 2 FT 6.1 Multi-Power ® Boosters Piston Seals Piston Baffle Center Shaft Air into Multiple Pistons for Power Stroke. 30 psi Minimum Input Pilot Washer Piston Stop Cap End Plug Check Valve Not Furnished High (Boosted) Pressure Output 500 psi Maximum Check Valve Not Furnished Pressurized Input to Booster and to Reset (30 psi Minimum) Driving End Output End Nut Piston Atmospheric Vent Tube Seal Baffle Seal Piston Seals Piston Baffle Center Shaft Baffle Seal Air into Multiple Pistons for Power Stroke. 30 psi Minimum Input Air into Single Piston for Reset Stroke Pilot Washer Piston Stop Cap End Plug Check Valve Not Furnished High (Boosted) Pressure Output 500 psi Maximum Check Valve Not Furnished Gravity Feed Oil or Fluid Atmospheric Pressure: Air or Gas Driving End Output End Nut Piston Tube Seal 5-22-13 Fabco-Air Multi-Power ® Boosters pro- vide a convenient, low cost way of adding thecontrol, rigidity, andpower of hydraulics to an air powered machine. Boosters use shopair to raise thepressureof another gas or liquid. They are compact, and versatile finding use in numerous of applications such as clamping, shearing, pressing, crimping, bending, testing, andmanymore. When relatively small volumes of high- pressure fluid are called for intermittently, boosters show obvious advantages over continuously running hydraulic systems. For applications where high pressure must be maintained for prolonged times, boosters are ideal. After the booster strokes, there is no further energy input required and no heat build up. A booster can be mounted in almost any convenient location, and most of its This series is built for use on systems in which the input to the booster will be gravity fed (no pressure) fluid or atmospheric pressure gas. It requires a 4-way air valve for operation. Porting is provided on the unit for the multiple piston power stroke and the single piston reset stroke. (See example circuits on page 6.11.) Atmospheric Pressure Inlet to Booster: Series BA Pressurized Inlet to Booster: Series BP control valves are installed in the low-pres- sure circuit where lower cost components save costs over hydraulics. The input isshopair,or anycompat- ible gas, up to 150 psi; the output can be oil, liquid, air, or gas pressurized to 500 psi maximum . By selecting the proper combination of boresize, stroke, power factor and regulat- ing the input air pressure, the exact output pressure and required volume can be achieved and maintained . Since it is a basic booster without controls built-in, it can be adapted and controlled to perform a wide variety of applications. Fabco-Air boosters are not limited to cylinder applications. They may be used wherever a small volume of high- pressure media is required. This series is built for use on systems in which the input to the booster will be pressurized fluid or gas. It requires a 3-way air valve for operation. Porting is provided on the unit for the power stroke only.When power stroke air is removed, the pressurized booster input will reset the pistons. (See example circuits on page 6.9 and 6.10.) • Low initial cost : Boosters can eliminate the need for costly hydraulic systems. • Lowenergycost :Boostersholdpressure indefinitely without energy loss. Save space : Boosters can usually be mounted directly on the machine unlike pumping units which are large and bulky. • Smooth power : Boosters give the work cylinder the rigid, smooth, controlled mo- tion of hydraulics. • Safe : Boosters can be completely air operated to function safely in a potentially hazardous environment. • Clean : Air to air boosters have no oil or liquid to contaminate the surroundings. • 2 Ports in boost chamber for inlet/outlet. Note: Check valves are not included. • Internally lubricated Buna-N seals (-25° to + 250°F) • U-Cup and O'Ring seals on the booster piston • Heavy duty, corrosion resistant construction • Aluminum tubing: Hard anodized ID, Clear anodized OD • Black anodized heads. • Plated tie rods and nuts. • Outputs of 4.9 or 12.5 cu. in. per inch of stroke • Standard strokes: 1" increments through 6" • 1.9 through 4.8 power factors

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