The flow rate is roughly half of the equivalent size pump output, though a maximum discharge pressure of 200 PSI can be achieved with only 100 PSI air inlet pressure supplied.
The 2:1 discharge ratio is achieved by applying air pressure to the surface area of both diaphragms, doubling the discharge output.
- No elaborate bypass required
- No relief valves required
- No complicated controls required
- Great pressure retention (ability to hold pressure)