Electronic Interface Pump

Available in 8 sizes, from 1/4" to 3"

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Overview & Features

The ARO Electronic Interface Pump is an air-operated diaphragm pump that provide accurate, electronically controlled dosing. Paired with the ARO Controller, ARO Electronic Interface Diaphragm pumps assure consistent flow rates and pinpoint control for a myriad of fluids and applications, from chemical treatment to commercial laundry. 

  • Configurable for use with the ARO Controller
  • Built-in solenoid control seamlessly integrates with other electronic components
  • Internal cycle counter and end-of-stroke pressure signals track end-of-stroke feedback and pump data
  • Leak detection option detects diaphragm failure to help reduce costly production downtime
  • Factory-installed cycle counter and leak detection kits
  • Preassembled components for hassle-free and error-proof installation
  • Lube-free design and fewer parts for easy maintenance and repairs
  • Multiple sizes accommodate virtually any process, fluid or viscosity
  • Five-year warranty

Options

Voltage
  • 120VAC, 110VAC and 60VDC
  • 12VDC, 24VAC and 22VAC
  • 240VAC, 220VAC and 120VDC
  • 24VDC, 48VAC and 44VAC

 

ATEX Compliance
  • To meet ATEX Zone 1 requirements, three solenoid options are available: 12VDC, 24VDC and 220VAC.

 

No-Coil Solenoid
  • For customers who prefer to use our solenoid with their own coil.

 

Standard Valve Block
  • Standard Electronic Control Diaphragm pump without solenoid control. Offers the option to add add leak detection and end-of-stroke cycle sensing.

 

Leak Detection Sensors
  • Refractive infrared light sensors continuously monitor the air-side of the diaphragm and signal if fluid enters the air side of the diaphragm housing.

 

Cycle Sensors
  • Optional cycle sensors provide closed contact output to monitor pump operation and provide end-of-stroke data on cycle and flow rates. They also help provide preventive maintenance reminders.