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ET 512 Air Compressor Test Unit Show data sheet (pdf file) Print page
Technical Description

The experimental unit contains all the essential components of a compressor system.

  The compressor to be tested is a single-stage single-cylinder machine. During the functional test the efficiency of the compressor is investigated against the increasing pressure in the tank over time.

  The active power of the drive motor is displayed on the switch cabinet. A stopwatch is supplied for time-related measurements.

 

Learning Objectives / Experiments

Functional test of a piston compressor
- Pressure rise in the tank as function of time
- Active power of the drive motor as a function of pressure

 

Features
* Test unit for a small industrial compressor1
* Checking the characteristic curve
Alternative products
ET 500 -- Two-Stage Piston Compressor
ET 513 -- Single-Stage Compressor
Specification

[1] Test unit for a small industrial compressor
[2] 1-cylinder compressor
[3] Pressure vessel with valve for draining

[4] Display at switch cabinet to indicate active power 
 

Technical Data

Drive motor

- power consumption: 0.25kW

- speed: 1410rpm
Compressor

- power consumption: 0.7kW

- max. pressure: 10bar

- intake capacity: 115L/min

Pressure vessel

- capacity: 10L

- max. pressure load: 10bar

Measuring ranges

- manometer: 0...16bar

- stopwatch: 0...9h59min59s 99/100

 

Dimensions and Weight
l x w x h: 770 x 540 x 560 mm
Weight: approx. 50 kg
Required for Operation
230V, 50Hz, 1 phase or 120V, 60Hz, 1 phase
Scope of Delivery

1 test unit

1 stopwatch

1 manual

Order Details
061.51200  ET 512  Air Compressor Test Unit
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