Lutz Compressed Air Motors Series MDx


Energy efficiency and reducing the operating costs is most important for the user of pumps. With the development of the new MDx compressed air motors, Lutz has taken account of this requirement and set new standards.

Compressed air is an expensive energy. Therefore it is particularly important to achieve the highest possible efficiency.

With the oil-free,1000 watts powerful air motor you can achieve the same delivery capacity with 20 % less connection pressure and 4 % less air consumption comparable to other products. The motors have a very good start-up behaviour also with low pressure. The user saves energy and costs.

During the development of the motors, the Lutz engineers succeeded in a significant increase of performance which enable the transferring of viscous liquids up to 100,000 mPas and thus the motors are almost universally applicable.

The pumps can also be used in the pharmaceutical, food and cosmetics industry, because of the oil-free operation. Furthermore the motors are suitable for pumping easy flammable liquids and comply with the Atex guidelines.

The motor MD1xL is suitable for stationary installation and can directly be controlled via the compressed air line. The motor MD2xL is infinitely varied and this allows a smooth and controlled filling and is also suitable for mobile use with the convenient grip.

Both motors convince with their high performance and high level of efficiency due to optimization of flow control, high lifetime and easy handling. The motors can be combined with both, Lutz eccentric screw pumps and Lutz drum pumps and are connected quickly and easily with each other via the typical Lutz hand wheel.

The user has a firm grip on the future when using these new compressed air motors.

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