B.P. - MEC II / 1000 rpm driven, with gearbox - Automatic lubrification

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Specifications
  • The MEC II-series pumps have an automatic protection system. So, for example, if a vane breaks, the rotor and rotor housing can be protected by the rotor—including the flange mountings—being pushed downwards
  • MEC II-series pumps are supplied with long-life (heat-resistant) vanes as standard
  • MEC II-series pumps feature a temperature meter to enable the temperature to be read during operation
  • A maintenance hatch can be used to determine the wear condition of the vanes, indicating when the vanes need to be replaced
  • Each pump is subjected to a final check in the factory, in which the vacuum, compression and lubrication are tested, among other factors
  • A test report relating to the serial number is drawn up for each pump
Benefits
  • Minimum repair costs thanks to the unique automatic protection system
  • As pumps from B.P. are tested, inspected and packaged with the utmost care, trouble-free start-up is 100% guaranteed
Application
These vacuum pumps with vanes are mainly used in agriculture for filling and emptying slurry tanks
Properties
These pumps can generate both positive pressure and vacuum
Consists of
  • Including PTO shaft cover
  • Without pressure relief valve (item 0200013) and vacuum valve (item 0155513)
  • The pumps are delivered without lubrication oil (item BP5070)
Technical information
  • Structure of item number: MEC = series, 9000 = type, MAV = direct drive, 1000 rpm
  • The pump is equipped with automatic lubrication
  • In the case of forced lubrication, as with automatic lubrication, the function must be checked at all times during operation
  • Pumps with indirect drive (M) must be driven anti-clockwise
  • The direction of rotation is determined when the axle to be driven is aligned with the observer
  • If the pump has a direct drive (for example, by a tractor unit) it must be driven anti-clockwise

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