Haskel Air Driven Air Amplifier Models: AAD-5

Haskel Air Driven Air Amplifier Models: AAD-5
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  • Item #: AAD-5 Haskel
  • Manufacturer: Haskel
  • Manufacturer's Product Number: AAD-5
  • Condition: New
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Price $1,950.00
Availability In-Stock
# Available 1
AAD-5 Haskel
Brought to factory standards by Haskel June 2020
  • Model Drive AAD-5
  • Size In (mm) 5.75 (146)
  • Max Air Drive PSIG (BAR)  150 (10)
  •  Ratio Max 4:1
  • Inlet PSIG (BAR)1250 (86)
  • Max Outlet PSIG (BAR)   1250 (86)
  • Displ/Cycle In3 Cu. In. (nL)   19.3 (316)

Features & Benefits:

  • Long seal life and easy maintenance
  • No heat, flame or spark risk
  • Wide range of models, controls and options
  • No air line lubrication required, eliminating oily exhaust
  • Infinitely variable outlet pressure and flow capability
  • Wide range of standard and custom systems
  • Control of maximum pressure by means of inexpensive air drive pressure regulators

Technical Data:

  • Air Drive Size: 5.75 in
  • 1st Stage Ratio: 5:1
  • 2nd Stage Ratio: N/A
  • Min Gas supply pressure: 25 psi
  • Max Gas supply pressure: 1250 psi
  • Max rated outlet pressure: 1250 psi
  • Static outlet stall pressure formula: 4 Pa + Ps (Pa = air drive pressure, Ps = GAS supply pressure)
  • Min AIR drive pressure: 40 psi
  • Max AIR drive pressure: 150 psi
This Haskel amplifier is a double acting pump. It provides a means of boosting plant air to higher pressure and relatively low flow
requirements. It is a bootstrap ratio pump that employs the energy of compressed air to raise the
pressure of part of the air supply.
The ratio of the air drive piston vs. the pump air piston is 4:1. A model AAD-5 will create an output
pressure of 4 times the regulated drive air pressure, plus the unregulated inlet air pressure, automatically
stalling when the desired pressure has been reached, and starting up again when the pressure in the
output line drops a small amount.
The amplifier is not intended to replace a high pressure compressor where the demand of the high
pressure air is of a large constant nature, but is rather a simple expedient means of obtaining high
pressure air when the demand is infrequent, and the cost and size of a high pressure air compressor is
not warranted. The use of an air volume storage tank at the booster output with air regulator on the tank
output may be useful in providing momentary high flow rates of boosted air for pneumatic tools, etc
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