The difference between air booster pump and gas booster pump is one is pressurized air and the other is pressurized gas. Today, we will work with you to understand the common points and differences between them in detail;
Both air booster pump and gas booster pump can be pneumatic supercharging products, which are all produced by reciprocating movement of internal piston.
The output pressure is all adjusted by the relationship between the boost ratio and the driving pressure.
The whole part consists of three parts: supercharging cylinder, driving cylinder block and reversing valve.
The air and gas booster pumps can be classified into single stage and double stage.
Their output flow is directly related to the driving gas and the pressurized gas.
Air booster pump is suitable for the working environment in which the original air pressure system needs to increase the pressure. The gas is to pressurize some gases, such as nitrogen, oxygen, helium, argon and other gases which are not mixed with air.
The air booster pump can not charge the gas (except in special cases), and the gas booster pump can charge air.
The pressure of the gas booster pump has strict requirements for the inlet pressure, and the air needs an air pipe. If you have more questions, you can consult