Injection technique

Membrane pump


Membrane pumps are available with mechanical, hydraulic or pneumatic drive. The alternating deflection of the membrane increases and decreases the volume of the pump chamber so that the injection material is drawn in and forced out (direction controlled e.g. by check valves).Advantages: the injection material is separated from the drive, the injection material is handled gently, defined pressures can be achieved.

Screw pump


The screw pump works on the principle of Archimedes' screw. The screw (rotor) is housed in a tight-fitting tube (stator) so that the space between form the pump chamber. By rotating around its own axis the screw delivers the injection material in the pump chamber from the intake side to the outflow.Advantages: easy operation and maintenance, quick cleaning, light weight.

Reciprocating pump


Reciprocating pumps are offered as hand lever, foot lever, electrically or pneumatically operated injection devices. It is possible to achieve high pressures which can be exactly adjusted and monitored by means of pressure gauges Advantages: space-saving transport, big material passages, accumulator with manometer for pressure control.