Reduce the compressed air consumption by using the Air Stop Valve
Typically, a double diaphragm pneumatic pump operates in "automatic mode", without proper supervision. It is common to find this type of pump operating dry, without pumping any type of fluid and generating high expenses for the system, in many different ways.
In addition to the natural wear and tear of all pump components, such as: diaphragms, balls, sealing rings and other moving parts of the pumping system, there is also a very high expenditure of compressed air, a source of energy with high operating costs. This greatly increases system costs.
In order to prevent all these problems, we suggest the use of the Air Stop Valve (ARO), which prevents pneumatic pumps from operating dry after the end of the pumping cycle, considerably reducing the consumption of compressed air and increasing the service life of the pump.