Ejectors work on the Venturi principle; they are divided into singlestage ejectors and ejectors featuring eco-nozzle technology. The compressed air is supplied through connection (A) to ejectors. It flows through the venturi nozzle (B). The air is accelerated and compressed during this process. After passing through the nozzle, the accelerated air slows down once again and a vacuum is created. Air is drawn in this way through the vacuum connection (D). The aspirated air and the compressed air escape through the silencer (C).
With ejectors featuring eco-nozzle technology, the vacuum passes through several venturi nozzles arranged in a row. The volumes of the individual nozzles add up to form a total suction rate.
Advantages of ejectors
- Compact shape
- Low weight
- Fast vacuum generation
- No flexible parts, resulting in low maintenance and low wear
- Choose an installation position
- No heat generation
Typical areas of application
- Industrial robot applications in all industries, such as feeder applications in the automotive industry