typical applications for Multijector pumps include:
Vacuum lifting and holding ... of all sorts of items ranging from
eggs, china, work pieces, steel sheets, to stone blocks, or other
heavy items. No matter if a suction cup grips eggs or opens a
bag, a vacuum transporting belt conveys steel sheet billets, a
suction plate lifts up heavy granite plates or a robot arm with
vacuum grippers fits in system subassemblies or car windscreens
- Multijectors simplify and protect many handling tasks and also
Evacuation to avoid air
entrapment ... in items such as casting moulds,
packages, mixing operations, bulk materials (to increase density
and reduce bulk size for storage or transport), etc.
... of plastics is practicable, safe and easily performed with
... of powders, dusts, granules and small pieces, which can be
transported safely and carefully up to 30 m high and up to 80
m distance with vacuum.
Suction of liquids and
greases ... directly into containers, with the
Multijector working as a self priming pump. The recycling can
be done with little effort, e.g. in turning-, milling- and grinding-opereations,
coolants and lubricants like oil or emulsions are used. Ask for
our special units.
Blast air generation
... to blow air into containers, in printing and book binding
operations etc., where both is needed: vacuum and pressurised
air. Multijectors can “multiply“ the feeded compressed
air by making use of the suction air. They provide pressures up
to 0.8 bar at their exhaust – a unique way of saving energy.
... to reduce boiling points of liquids
... to decrease filtration times´
... to detect leakages, using low cost testing units.