With the introduction of the new FP 150, KNF further expands its line of next-generation low pulsation liquid diaphragm pumps. This line of products combine...
The PRINTING United Digital Experience will include three power-packed weeks of cross-segment programing and new product launches beginning this October.
- Exhibitor Showcases
- Product Launches
- Educational Sessions
- Custom Guides
- Equipment Demonstrations
- Special Events
KNF gas and liquid pumps solve many inkjet and coating equipment challenges for a variety of tasks. The full range of KNF gas pumps reach flow rates over 290 L/min, handle pressures up to 12 bar and reach vacuum levels as deep as 0.5 mbar. KNF liquid pumps range in flow rates from just microliters up to over 12 LPM and can handle pressures up to 16 bar. These large ranges allow KNF to participate in many inkjet applications – from industrial equipment printing onto small, precise coverage areas at low speeds on specialty substrates, to large surface areas at high speeds on substrates such as corrugated board or packaging. KNF OEM pumps are designed to facilitate modifications for specific applications -- starting at a lot size of one.
KNF continues to innovate new pumps for inkjet printing challenges. New for Printing United 2020 include:
- An expanded line of low-pulsation liquid diaphragm pumps with flow rates from 0.2 – 12.4 L/min. This product line combines a pulsation level previously only achieved by gear pumps with advantages of diaphragm pump technology – self-priming, safe to run dry, and long service life. New are compact FP 150, and high-flow FK 1100 and FK 1.1100.
- New compact, high performance diaphragm pumps: NMP 850 HP and NMP 850.1.2 HP together deliver maximum flow rates from 7-30L/min, producing pressure greater than 36 psig and vacuum to 200 mbar abs. Gas-tight, condensate- and temperature-tolerant N 96 handles gas temperatures up to 158°F in ambient temperatures to 122°F, with flow to 8.5L/min and maximum pressure/vacuum of 36 psig/100 mbar abs.
Plan to stop by to talk with a KNF engineer about your project and discover how KNF is at the forefront of pump technology.