Thanks to its experience in the manufacture of self-priming vibration pumps of the series 14000, which have been successfully sold on the world market for more than several years, OLAB is now aiming at a new and more ambitious objective to expand its own range of products: the introduction of the vibration pumps of the series 22000. Thanks to the substantial economic investments that its far-seeing general management devoted to the development of this project, a corporate division called “OLAB Pump Division” has been created for design, manufacture, assembly and testing of vibration pumps. A new production site, a modern plant for manufacture of coils which is in the forefront for its quality and output capacity all over the world, automatic stations for assembly of components, machines for 100% testing of finished products, highly skilled technicians who guarantee product and process optimization, are the foundations on which are based the pillars of the philosophy of the company whose aim is total quality.

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Pressure switches

In the field of steam generation OLAB offers an extremely reliable pressure switch with a quick response micro-switch. Particularly robust, this device has successfully passed the tests provided for by the 97/23/EC (PED) directive for pressure tanks. To meet the needs of each single customer, OLAB has developed a new type of adjustable calibration pressure switch called 7841. This is similar to the series 19200 (ET=125°C, NC+NO change-over contact) but is provided with an adjusting screw that can be used to change the calibration pressure value by means of a common screwdriver. This pressure switch has the same structural characteristics of the series 19000. The external plastic casing (reinforced by special ribs) and the brass body strengthen the pressure switch that can resist high stresses. Moreover, the geometric construction of the steel membrane combined with the perfect matching of all internal components, are guarantee of precise and repeated operation even after a long operation time.

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