A nitrogen gas booster pump is a device used to increase the nitrogen pressure to the required range. The working principle is as follows:
1. Intake stage: The nitrogen gas booster pump sucks in low-pressure nitrogen through the intake port. The air inlet is usually connected to a gas source (such as a cylinder or gas pipeline).
2. Compression stage: After the intake stage is completed, the nitrogen gas booster pump starts to pressurize through the compressor section. Compressors use different working principles, commonly including piston compressors and screw compressors. Regardless of the type of compressor used, the goal is to increase the pressure of nitrogen gas.
3. Exhaust stage: During the compression process, the pressure of nitrogen gas gradually increases. After reaching the set output pressure, the exhaust valve opens to release high-pressure nitrogen gas. The exhaust valve can be manually or automatically controlled to ensure stable output pressure.
4. Control system: The nitrogen gas booster pump is usually equipped with a control system to monitor and control the pressure and flow during the boosting process. The control system can automatically adjust the working status of the booster pump according to the set parameters to meet different needs.
Overall, the nitrogen gas booster pump pressurizes low-pressure nitrogen to the required high-pressure range through the intake, compression, and exhaust stages to meet the demand for high-pressure nitrogen in specific applications.