air motor

air motor

[′er ‚mōd·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device in which the pressure of confined air causes the rotation of a rotor or the movement of a piston.

air motor

An air-operated device used to open or close a damper, 1 or valve.
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Contract notice: Provision of one (1) PT6T-6 E / P AB-212 air motor with the conclusion of a two (2) year framework agreement.
Chicago Pneumatic says designed for operator comfort and flexibility they have comfort handle, adjustable side support handle and inside /outside trigger options as the parts for this are supplied with the tool and another great feature is they can be changed to forward biased by turning the air motor cylinder around.
New features include an air motor unit that provides 9-kilowatt power output at a 6 bar air pressure supply; pin valve hoist limiters for top and lower hook positioning; a proactive gearbox cooling system that uses expanding exhaust air from the drive motor; and overall quieter operation.
Suited for stainless steel and super duplex piping systems, the tool features a 3 HP air motor designed for high performance in environments that have dirty air and high moisture content.
The key component of these hoists is a new air motor unit, based on the company's motor-brake concept and incorporating a patented integrated brake system, with a stepped brake piston and a reliable self-lubricating rotor.
9 hp air motor that's designed to operate in 6- to 12-inch relined pipes.
For high-torque and low-maintenance, a 100% duty cycle multi-vane air motor is included, while a non-asbestos disc brake is spring-engaged with an air release for significant control with minimal air consumption.
The Sharpe SSLM Series Bench Top Lab Scale Mixer features a stainless steel 1/2 HP lube-free air motor that operates at speeds up to 2000 rpm, and can accommodate vessels up to 18" in diameter.
The air motor lets the cutter make cuts as far as 100-in.
0 model features an air motor and is available in 1/4- and 1/2-hp sizes.
Unlike most pneumatic equipment that uses trip rods and mechanical spools to reverse the air-motor direction, the Guardian A5 series uses air signals to reverse the air motor.