Buffalo Ejector - Steam/Air Operated Air Exhauster

Buffalo Injector

 

The Buffalo Ejector can be used for air extraction using either steam or compressed air as the motive fluid.

The free air handling capacity in cubic feet per minute, closed space evacuation, and pump priming performances are shown below.

These performance figures are based on the use of steam or compressed air at 60 p.s.i. (4.1 bar) as the motive fluid.

 

Free Air Handling Capacity cubic feet per minute

Closed System

cu. ft. of closed space exhausted per minute down to 20” Hg.

 

Pump Priming

cu. ft. exhausted per minute down to 20” Hg.

Air Consumption at 60 psi in cu. ft. free air per minute

Size No.

Suction atmospheric.

 

Discharge up to 10 psi

Suction 10” Hg (500 Torr)

Discharge to Atmosphere

Suction 20” Hg (250 Torr)

Discharge to Atmosphere

2

3

1.8

0.5

2.5

1.2

20

4

8

4

1.25

6

3

27

6

12

6

2

10

5

48

8

21

11

3.5

18

8

80

10

30

16

5

25

12

170

12

50

27

8

40

20

200

16

130

70

22

110

50

400

Buffalo Dimentions

Buffalo Ejector

 

Dimensions of the Buffalo Ejectors in inches  

 

Size

 

2

4

6

8

10

12

16

A

1 11/16

2 1/16

2 1/8

3

3

3 ½

4 5/8

B

13/16

1 1/16

1 ¼

1 5/8

1 7/8

2 1/8

2 9/16

C

1 5/16

1 9/16

1 7/8

2

2 ½

2 ¾

3 5/8

 

plastic 60a

60PA Series Water operated Ejectors for handling acids are also available in plastic.