The FLUX name has been synonymous with pump technology for more than 70 years. It was the invention of the electric drum pump that sparked it all off. In the meantime, of course, the technology has become more sophisticated. FLUX company innovations have markedly improved working routines for filling and transferring fluids. It is often said that medium-sized companies are the engines of progress.
FLUX is an invention. In the year 1950 the first electric drum pump was introduced. It was named FLUX. Out of this core the FLUX-GERÄTE GMBH was established. The medium-sized company based in Maulbronn develops and sells innovative solutions in the field of pump technology.
Spur Gear Drive Motor
For driving the FLUX pump a wide range of electrical to pneumatic motors is available. Even if you work in hazardous areas or with flammable liquids. Depending on the application, different pumps can be driven by different motors. Thus, the output of a drum pump depends, among other things, on the power of the motor. Here you will find the most economical and safest drive solution for your application.
The FLUX three-phase motors are used everywhere where extreme conditions of use prevail and the pump has an increased duty cycle. These motors are extremely low-wear and impress with a constant speed. Depending on the drive power media with a viscosity of up to 80 000 mPas can be transferred.
The FLUX spur gear drive motor has a frequency control that allows the variable throughput. The speed range is from 47 to 472 rpm and the performances from 0.055 to 0.55 kW. Furthermore, the motor is infinitely variable and has protection class IP 54.
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- Protection class: IP 55
- Ex: II 2 G Ex e II T3/T4
- Ventilation: External
- Tension(Volt): 230 V, 400 V
- Frequency: 50 Hz
- Performance (Watt): 800–1.100 W
- Weight: 12,5 – 23 kg
Download Data Sheet: Spur Gear Drive Motor – Three-Phase Motors