FLEX-PRO® A3

Proseries® Peristaltic Pump

Max Feed: 33 GPH (125 LPH)
Max Pressure: 125 PSI (8.6 bar)
Description

Flex-Pro A3 Series Peristaltic Pump for high pressure and high accuracy applications.

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Features

Benefits of a Peristaltic Pump:

  • Peristaltic pump design does not have valves that can clog requiring maintenance.
  • Self priming – even against maximum line pressure. By-pass valves are not required.
  • Cannot vapor lock or lose prime.

Capabilities:

  • 2500:1 turndown ratio.
  • Output rates to: 33.3 GPH (126 LPH) and pressures to 125 PSI (8.6 Bar).
  • Inject at maximum pressure in either direction (clockwise and counter clockwise).

Communication & Interface:

  • SCADA Inputs include: 4-20mA, 0-10Vdc, and Pulse inputs for remote external
    speed control and 0-30 VDC / contact closure remote start/stop.
  • Operator friendly digital touch pad with menu driven software.
  • VGA Graphic multi-color backlit LCD displays remote/local control status, motor speed,
    output rate, input signal values, service and alarm status.
  • Outputs include: Scalable 4-20mA or pulse, one 250V/6A relay and three 115V/1A contact closures
    assignable to monitor up to 17 different pump functions including TFD, FVS, remote/local
    control setting, motor on, fault, current operating mode, and others.
  • Compatible with Blue-White’s output Flow Verification Sensor (FVS) system.

Superior Engineered Design:

  • Two CNC precision machined squeeze rollers and two alignment rollers for optimum squeeze,
    unparalleled accuracy, and tube life.
  • Heavy duty rotor – single piece plastic rotor means no flexing and increased accuracy with
    no metal springs or hinges to corrode.
  • No maintenance brushless variable speed motor.
  • Specially engineered tubing for long life at high pressures. Meets FDA 21 CFR requirements
    for food contact applications.

Patented Features:

Specifications
Max. Working Pressure:125 psig (8.6 bar)
Note: see individual pump tube assembly maximum pressure ratings.
Max. Fluid Temperature: 3/8” OD x 1/4” ID tubing connections: 130°F (54°C)
M/NPT connections: 185°F (85°C)
Note: see individual pump tube assembly maximum temperature ratings.
Ambient Operating Temperature:14°F to 115°F (-10°C to 46°C)
Ambient Storage Temperature: -40°F to 158°F (-40°C to 70°C)
Maximum Viscosity:12,000 Centipoise
Maximum Suction Lift:30 ft. Water at sea level (14.7 atm psi)
Operating Voltage:96 to 264VAC-50/60Hz, 220W
Power Cord Options:115V60Hz = NEMA 5/15 (USA)
230V60Hz = NEMA 6/15 (USA)
220V50Hz = CEE 7/VII (EU)
240V50Hz = AS 3112 (Australia/New Zealand)
Motor: Brushless DC
Motor Speed Adjustment Range 2,500:1: 0.04% – 100% motor speed
Motor Speed Adjustment Resolution:0.1% increments > 10% motor speed
0.01% increments > 1% motor speed and < 10%
0.001% increments < 1% motor speed [/av_cell] [/av_row]

Display:3 color VGA backlit LCD, UV resistant
Display Resolution:0.1 > 10% motor speed
0.01 > 1% motor speed and < 10%
0.001 < 1% motor speed [/av_cell] [/av_row]

Keypad: Ten button positive action tactile switch keypad
Enclosure:NEMA 4X (IP66), Polyester powder coated aluminum.
Security: Programmable 4-digit password
Maximum Overall Dimensions:8-1/8”W x 10-3/4”H x 15-1/4”D (20.6W x 27.3H x 38.9D cm)
Product weight: 33lb. (15.0 Kg)
Approximate shipping wt:37 lb. (16.8 Kg)
Dimensions

FLEX-PRO A3 Dimensional Drawing

Quick Disconnect Fittings Available for Flex-A-Prene®

ORANGE Outlet / discharge fitting
has an automatic (active) functioning check valve, preventing chemical back flow.

NATURAL Inlet / suction fitting
functions as a check valve when tubing is detached, preventing loss of prime and spills while changing the tubing assembly. The valve is forced open when the tubing assembly is attached.

Download Literature

LiteratureDownload
Instruction Manual - A3V & A4V PDF (80000-463)
Instruction Manual - A3F & A4F PDF (80000-419)
Technical Data Sheet PDF (85000-098)
Engineering Spec Sheet DOC
Tubing Selection Guide PDF (85000-120)
Flex-A-Prene™ Technical Data Sheet (PDF)

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