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Piston air motor

25 January 2013

Provider of paint finishing equipment and services for the US industrial market, Autoquip Inc. uses a piston air motor rather than the industry standard vane motor in its systems because it lends itself so well to the

Provider of paint finishing equipment and services for the US industrial market, Autoquip Inc. uses a piston air motor rather than the industry standard vane motor in its systems because it lends itself so well to the company's proven flow control techniques. The air motor is manufactured by UK drive component specialist, Huco Dynatork.

Autoquip's Mike Elberson comments: "By including the Huco Dynatork product we can substantially reduce compressed air usage and ensure constant rpm of the agitator blade." By including the Huco Dynatork self-lubricating piston air motor, Autoquip provides its customers with paint spraying systems that cost just $.85 (52p) per day to run. The agitation system is less cumbersome as the air motor naturally provides high torque at low speed, negating the need for a geared transmission. It is quieter in operation and, thanks to its dedicated controller, the air motor also ensures process consistency.
 
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