DTLF 2.250 K
Rotary vane compressors, oil-free
The DTLF 2.250 K is a low pressure, dry-running displacement pump designed to operate on a continuous duty basis. The rotary vane compressor utilises self-lubricating, graphite composite vanes, requires only minimal maintenance, and requires no oil change.
- Built-in, large inlet filter with clear cover
- Pressure relief respectively safety valve
- Vibration isolators
- Discharge silencers
- Built-in aftercooler
|Volume flow 50 Hz||240 m³/h|
|Pressure relative 50 Hz||+1.5 bar|
|Power 50 Hz||11.0 kW|
|Noise Level 50 Hz||83 dB(A)|
|Volume flow 60 Hz||284 m³/h|
|Pressure relative 60 Hz||+1.5 bar|
|Power 60 Hz||13.2 kW|
|Noise Level 60 Hz||84 dB(A)|
|Weight||175 kg without motor|
- 100% dry-running (oil-less) operation
- Quiet operation
- Long vane life
- Continuous duty rated
- Single shaft direct drive
- Compact design
- Variety of motors available
- Low operation and maintenance costs
- No cycling times
- Quiet operation – no silencer enclosures necessary
- Small footprint for space savings
- Straightforward construction for fast and easy service on-site to reduce downtime
Whether you need an individual unit or a system, Becker's vacuum pumps, compressors for blast air, and combined pressure/vacuum pumps are made for the various processes used in the printing and paper industry - from the pre-press stage, to sheet fed and digital presses, to the post-press.
Vacuum pumps and compressors from Becker are the preferred solution for sparging, wastewater treatment, and aeration.
Becker provides customised vacuum pump and compressor solutions for numerous mechanical engineering applications across the world, such as conveying, transporting, fixing, lifting, handling, drying, cooling and many more.
Perfect for turning air into power, our vacuum pumps and compressors are built to withstand the high demands of working on construction sites.
Low pressure and vacuum solutions are perfect for transferring powders, granules, flakes, and other small, dry, low bulk density products.
Compressors are used to build up pressure to supply air for the aeration of waste water, blast air for printing, wine presses, drainage system reliners, and other processes.
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