Dali is a very powerful and practical airless electrical membrane pump designed for spraying all products used in buildings, metal constructions, insulation etc.
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Dali is a very powerful and practical electrical electrical membrane pump designed for spraying all products used in buildings, metal constructions, insulation etc.
Suitable for plastics, acrylics, water insulators, varnishes, varnish paints etc. Ideal for materials with low to high viscosity such as water, solvent, nitro, xylene, gasoline, etc.
Dali can take up to 50m hose, spraying with .025 '' noozle with a constant pressure of up to 250 bar. It is designed to be easy to clean and maintain.
2 years factory warranty!!!
Dali's price includes:
Ergonomic base with 2 wheels for easy transport
High pressure glycerine's manometer
1 AT300 airless gun with tip base and noozle
Suction hose with filter and return material hose
Larius Toolkit with Pump Keys
May take :
Up to 50 meters of hose
Gun extensions from 30cm to 3m
Connection with barrel or ton tank
With airless application you save more than 50% of your material, you finish half the time with half wages !!
|motor type||single phase
|Electrical Voltage / Frequency||230V / 50Hz|
|power||1,1ΗΡ - 1,1kW|
|Maximum Pressure:||250 Bar|
|Maximum Flow:||4 lt /min|
Operation of the airless membrane pump:
The airless electrical diaphragm pumps are uses to spray materials such as paint, coating, finishes, insulators, etc. with high pressure airless spraying. The pump works with an electric motor that transmits its rotary action to an eccentric cam connected to a piston dipped in an oil chamber.The piston with the action depressor absorbs the oil that pushes the pressure to the diaphragm which is a highly resilient and durable material vibrating at the same frequency as the piston.
This action creates a depression: the product sucks and is pushed by the diaphragm itself, towards the tube, to the airless spray.A special valve regulates the pressure of the oil circuit and the pressure of the product itself.