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Globe Airmotors Catalogus


THE GLOBE AIRMOTORS COMPANY

GLOBE Airmotors was founded in 1986 and designs, manufactures, sells and

modifies air motors of many styles.

GLOBE Airmotors has an enthusiastic team, with a wealth of experience,

ready at your disposal. Service and short delivery times are very important

according to GLOBE Airmotors. Short delivery times can only be maintained

when there is a stock that is sufficient to fulfil the need for quick air motor

demands. As a result of this, standard products can be delivered from stock

at all times.

GLOBE Airmotors keeps the production within its own organization, making

it possible for customers to come up with unique specifications. New

products are being designed and tested at the workshop before they reach

each customer. Part of GLOBE service are fast answers to questions asked

by customers.

ISO CERTIFICATION

Along with service and short delivery times, GLOBE Airmotors finds overall

quality very important. We are ISO 9001 certified to maintain our quality at

its best.

ATEX

Air motors and other pneumatic drives are often used in explosion risk

environments such as mines. To ensure that GLOBE products are allowed

to be used at these hazardous environments, GLOBE obtained ATEX

certificates for all their air motors and gearboxes. Delivery is possible with

ATEX II cat. 2 G&D T5 and ATEX I M2 (Mining).

For more information you can also go to our website:

www.GLOBE-benelux.nl

Drawings and performances are also available on our website.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT CONTENTS

The Pictures in this GLOBE catalogue are made possible because of the following companies: INTRODUCTION AIR MOTORS PAGE 07

AIR MOTOR SELECTION GUIDE PAGE 09


Duits Engineering, Zutphen (NL) PAGE 2

Poly-clip, Turnhout (BE) PAGE 6 HOW TO CONTROL AND USE AN AIR MOTOR? PAGE 10

Het Muziektheater, Amsterdam (NL) PAGE 11 APPLICATIONS OF AIR MOTORS PAGE 17

Hydrauvision, Schoondijke (NL) PAGE 13 GLOBE VANE AIR MOTORS PAGE 19

SPGPrints B.V., Boxmeer (NL) PAGE 15 NON LUBRICATED VANE AIR MOTORS PAGE 37

Dromec, Rhenen (NL) PAGE 54, 59, 107 GLOBE GEARED VANE AIR MOTORS PAGE 55

Bohr Instrument Services BV, Veenoord (NL) PAGE 16, 20 GLOBE PFG-RED PLANETARY GEARED VANE MOTORS PAGE 80

Gritco Equipment BV, Ridderkerk (NL) PAGE 51 VANE AIR MOTORS WITH BRAKE PAGE 105

Marotechniek BV, Zutphen (NL) PAGE 140 DIRECT CONTROLLED VANE AIR MOTORS PAGE 108

BPL Roosen, Haelen (NL) PAGE 172, 186 AIR MOTOR UNIT FOR WINCHES PAGE 123

COMPACT VANE AIR MOTORS PAGE 131

RADIAL PISTON (RM) AIR MOTORS PAGE 141

COMPACT PISTON AIR MOTORS PAGE 172

GLOBE PNEUMATIC BRAKES - BN SERIES PAGE 187

WINCH SYSTEM PAGE 191

STAINLESS STEEL MOTORS AND ACCESSORIES PAGE 197

Although the information contained in this brochure has been compiled with the utmost care, it is subject to change

without notice. It is therefore your responsibility to verify its accuracy before acting on it

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INTRODUCTION AIR MOTORS

GLOBE Airmotors sells, manufactures and modifies a large variety of air

motors and gearboxes suitable for all your needs.

Air motors offer a unique drive and incorporate advantages not found in

other prime movers. Air motors are impossible to ignore for any engineer,

because of the strong and reliable power they produce. Due to the wide

range of products that GLOBE Airmotors has, applicable for a lot of different

purposes.

GLOBE Airmotors has a wide selection of air motors each with its own

advantages, such as the GLOBE Piston Air Motors, GLOBE Vane Air Motors,

GLOBE-Archimedes Compact Vane Air motors, the GLOBE Compact Piston

Airmotors and all options needed for Air motors.

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AIR MOTOR SELECTION GUIDE

VANE AIR MOTORS COMPACT PISTON AIR MOTOR

The vane air motors are the most widely used design The GLOBE compact piston air motors are used in

of air motors. They are available in a broad range of numerous applications. Due to its unique design the

power and can operate in any position. The vane air compact piston air motor are most suitable for light and

motors prove themselves to be much lighter and more medium duties at low speed operations. A combination

compact compared to piston air motors of similar power. of a GLOBE compact piston air motor with a large

A combination of a GLOBE vane air motor with a large variety of gearboxes is possible when even lower speed

variety of gearboxes is possible when lower speed and/ and/or higher torque is demanded for the application.

or higher torque is demanded for the application. The most typical compact piston air motor

The most typical vane air motor applications are: applications are:

Mixing equipment Mixing equipment

Ventilators Winding equipment

Hoists Conveyor belts

Winches Hose reels

Pump drives Turntables

Conveyor belts Packing machines

Turntables Cap screwing machines

Packing machines

After coolers PISTON AIR MOTOR

The GLOBE piston air motor are heavy duty air motors.

COMPACT VANE AIR MOTORS This radial piston air motor combines a large variable

The compact vane air motors are motors that have speed with high power and torque. The motors have

incorporated reduction units. Due to the wide range of either four or five pistons with oil bath lubrication and

gear ratios the compact vane air motors are suitable their design allows them to deliver the highest power

in many different applications. The compact vane air in air motors. A combination of a GLOBE piston air

motors are known for delivering very high speed and motor with a large variety of gearboxes is possible when

very high torque compared to the compact build of the lower speed and/or higher torque is demanded for the

motor. application.

Compact vane air motors prove themselves in handheld The piston air motor is applicable in many situations and

applications, pipe cleaners and lots of other different is commonly used in winches, offshore and other heavy

industries which require compact build and strong duty applications.

reliable motors.

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MOTOR SELECTION (EXAMPLE BASED ON V2)
MOTOR SELECTION (EXAMPLE BASED ON V2)

GRAPH 1 TORQUE - SPEED GRAPH 2 STARTING TORQUE - PRESSURE


30 1 2 3 4 5 6
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SPEED revs per min PRESSURE P.S.I.

GRAPH 3 POWER - SPEED GRAPH 4 CONSUMPTION - SPEED


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SPEED revs per min SPEED revs per min

MOTOR SELECTION
MOTOR SELECTION
Motor performance can be derived from the above graphs as 1. Running torque example: V2 at 80 psi gives
Motor performance can be derived from the above 1. Running torque example: V2 at 80 psi gives 19 lbf.ins.
in the examples shown. 19 lbf.ins. torque at 2000 rpm.
Where
graphs motors
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shown. under load, such as
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Starting at 2000
torque rpm. V2 at 80 psi gives 16 lbf.ins.
example:
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required
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For applications where the motor starts under load, such as hoists, 2000 rpm.
may be made using either Graph 1 or Graph 3 using the 3. Output power example: V2 at 80 psi gives 0.6 hp at
winches or track drives, the starting torque in Graph 2 must also be
considered. 4. Air consumption example: V2 at 80 psi and
required running torque or power only. For applications 2000 rpm.
2000 rpm requires 40 cu.ft./min. free air.
where the motor starts under load, such as hoists, 4. Air consumption example: V2 at 80 psi and 2000

winches or track drives, the starting torque in Graph 2 rpm requires 40 u.ft./min. free air.
8must also be considered.

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APPLICATIONS OF AIR MOTORS

GLOBE air motors are being used in a large variety of CONVEYOR BELTS

applications. Here you will find some examples of the Many companies use our air motors for the drive of their

most common applications in which our air motors are conveyor belts. In combination with a gearbox, brake or

being used. control valve the options are many.

WINCHES MIXING APPLICATIONS

GLOBE air motors are commonly used in in winching We find our air motors being used in many different

applications. Due to our broad range of gearboxes, mixing applications. That is one of the reasons we have

brakes and control valve possibilities our air motors are stainless steel air motors or/and motors which can run

used on many different winches. Please contact us for without lubrication.

the possibilities or more information.

PUMP DRIVES

AFTER COOLERS Pumps are also often being driven by our air motors. Our

The GLOBE air motors are also used in after coolers. large scope of available power, torque and IEC or NEMA

Because our air motors can run in many different speeds flanges makes our air motors user-friendly in many

they prove themselves to be a perfect match with for different situations.

after coolers.

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GLOBE VANE AIR MOTORS

ADVANTAGES WHY CHOOSE A GLOBE VANE AIR MOTOR?

Vane air motors offer a unique form of drive and NO PINS OR SPRINGS.

incorporate advantages not found in other prime movers.

These advantages include: The GLOBE blade ejection system consists of an ejection

Simple and inexpensive variable speed and torque ring which maintains a constant positive blade contact

control with a flow control valve and/or pressure with the motor body. This guarantees the blade position

regulator. on start up, preventing free air flow from port to port

Intrinsically safe for explosion proof environments. and ensuring the motor produces its rated starting

All GLOBE vane air motors are certified according to torque. The ejection ring design removes the

the European Explosion Directive ATEX II cat. 2 G&D requirement for pins or springs, the result is low vane

T5 and ATEX I M2. wear and a high motor reliability.

Air motors can be stalled indefinitely under load.

They will not over heat or burn out. THE GLOBE vane air motors can be supplied with a wide

Instantly reversible, operated with a simple control range of gearboxes, such as planetary, helical, beval and

valve. worm gears, directly coupled to the motor.

Controllable over a wide speed range.

Resistant to warm, dirty and damp conditions. Suitable for running on natural sweet gas and other

Cool running caused by the expanding air. gasses.

GLOBE vane air motors can be used in ambient

temperatures up to 80 C. Oil-less function possible under certain operating

Minimal maintenance because of simple design conditions.

which results in less downtime.

Air motors are compact and light weight compared Robust design for operation in harsh environments.

to equivalent electric motors. Available in a variety of motor interfaces including foot,

High reliability and little wear thanks to the low face, NEMA and IEC flanges. Special adaptations are

number of moving parts. available on request, consult GLOBE Airmotors BV or

No shock start up which improves the life span of your local distributor for more information.

your equipment.

Variety of mountings which include foot, face, NEMA

flanges and IEC flanges.

18 19
Ordering codes GLOBE Vane Air Motors
Ordering codes GLOBE Vane Air Motors

ORDERING CODES
Ordering codes GLOBE Vane Air Motors
Ordering
Ordering
Ordering
codes
codescodes GLOBE
GLOBE
GLOBE
Vane
VaneAir
Vane
AirMotors
Motors
Air Motors
Ordering codes GLOBE Vane Air Motors
Mounting position Mounting type
A Mounting position
Foot, Face or NEMA Flange J&X Mounting
Foot, type
face mounting
S A Flange
Metric Foot, Face or NEMA Flange C Flange
J&X mounting (IEC,
Foot, face NEMA)
(metric , NEMA)
mounting
S Metric Flange position
Mounting C Flange mounting (metric , NEMA)
Mounting type
A Mounting
Foot, Face or Mounting
NEMA position
Mounting
position position
Flange Mounting
Mounting
J&X type
Mounting
Foot, type type
face mounting
ASA Foot,
Metric
Foot, Flange
Face
A Face Mounting
Foot,
or or
NEMA
NEMA position
FaceFlange
or
Flange
NEMA Flange J&XC Flange
Mounting
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Foot,
J&X
facemounting
face
mounting
Foot, (metric
mounting
face , NEMA)
mounting
SAS Metric
Metric
Foot,SFlange
Flange
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V A 2 J&X
V A 2 J&X
V A 2 J&X
VV V
AA 22
A JJ&2
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V A 2 J&X
Motor Type
Type motor
1 0,44 kW / 0,6 hp ( only VA1J&X available) Type motor
2 0,821kW /0,44 kW / 0,6 hp ( only VA1J&X available)
1,1 hp
4 2,12kW /0,82 kW / 1,1 hp
2,8 hp Type motor
16 3,44kW
0,44 2,1hp
kW// 4,6
0,6 kW( /only
2,8 VA1J&X
hp Type
available) Type
motor
motor
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1281 0,44
0,82
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0,4416kW
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hp
12,8 hp /the
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hp
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hp codes to create the GLOBE Vane Air Motor you want.
For example: VA4J&X or VS8C (the VS types are only suitable with a C at the end of the code)
8
10 15
5,4
10 9,5
12 9,5kW
kW
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10
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10
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kW
9,5 kW
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12
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example:
example:
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NOTE: WITH INLET AT PORT A , SHAFT ROTATION IS CLOCKWISE LOOKING ON SHAFT. FOR OPPOSITE ROTATION REVERSE PORTS.

DIMENSIONS V1 DIMENSIONS V1
PERFORMANCE V1
PERFORMANCE V1 | 0 - 0.6 HP/0.44 KW REVERSIBLE
0 - 0.6 HP/0.44 kW REVERSIBLE

GRAPH 1 TORQUE - SPEED GRAPH 2 STARTING TORQUE - PRESSURE


12
1.2 1 2 3 4 5 6
PRESSURE bar
10 12
100
90 PSI 1.0 1.2
10 E
8 QU

TORQUE (inch lbs.)

TORQUE (inch lbs.)


1.0

TORQUE Nm.

TORQUE Nm.
80 6 BA OR
70
R 0.8 8 GT E
TI N QU
6 60 PSI TAR TOR 0.8
0.6 6 M
S ING
50 4 BAR RT
I MU STA 0.6
4 X M
40
0.4 4 MA NIMU
30 PS M I 0.4
2 0.2 2
2 BAR 0.2
0 0 0 0
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
NOTE: WITH INLET AT PORT A , SHAFT ROTATION IS CLOCKWISE LOOKING ON SHAFT. FOR OPPOSITE ROTATION REVERSE PORTS.
SPEED revs per min. PRESSURE P.S.I.

GRAPH 3 POWER - SPEED GRAPH 4 CONSUMPTION - SPEED

ERFORMANCE V1 0 - 0.6 HP/0.44 kW REVERSIBLE


0.6 30

AIR CONSUMPTION cu.ft/min. free air


AR 400 R 12
6B 6 BA
0.5 25
100 I 10

POWER (WATTS)
S
90 P

HORSE POWER
300

litres/sec. free air


GRAPH 1 TORQUE - SPEED GRAPH 2 STARTING TORQUE - PRESSURE 0.4 20 R
4 BA
12 8 0
8

90 100
70

I
1 2 3 4 5 6

PS
1.2 0.3 4 BAR 15 SI.
PRESSURE bar 80 60 P
10 12 70 I
200 50
6
100 PS 2 BA
R
90 PSI 1.0 1.2 0.2 60
50 10 40
4
10 UE 40 30 PSI
8
TORQUE (inch lbs.)

TORQUE (inch lbs.)

Q 1.0 2 BAR 100


TORQUE Nm.

TORQUE Nm.
80 6 BA OR 30 PSI
R 0.8 0.1 5
70 8 GT UE
2
IN RQ
6 60 PSI A RT TO 0.8
0.6 ST ING 0 0 0 0
50 4 BAR 6 U M RT 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
XI
M
MS
T A 0.6
4 40
0.4 MA NIMU SPEED revs per min. SPEED revs per min.
30 PS 4 MI 0.4
2 ATTITUDE: Attitude: Polar Moment
POLAR MOMENT of Inertia:
OF INERTIA:
0.2 2 0.2 The motor can be operated in all positions. 0.16 lb.ins2 (460 g.cm2).
2 BAR
The motorAirline
can be operated
filtration andinlubrication:
all orientations. 0.16 lb.ins2 (460
Maximum g.cm2).
overhung force on shaft:
0 0 0 0 Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator suitable for 4 lbf (18N) Axial loads should be kept to a minimum.
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 AIRLINE FILTRATION AND LUBRICATION: MAXIMUM OVERHUNG FORCE ON SHAFT:
the flow required. Prior to start up, inject oil into the inlet port. Consult your Globe Distributor.
SPEED revs per min. PRESSURE P.S.I. Lubricator
Use 64 micron drop rate:
filtration or better. Choose a lubricator Maximum
4 lbf temperatures:
(18N) Axial loads should be kept to a minimum.
4-5 drops per minute continuous operation. -4 to +176 Farenheit. (-20 to +80C )
suitable for the
9-12 flow
drops perrequired. Prior to
minute intermittent start up, inject oil
operation. Consult your GLOBE Distributor.
GRAPH 3 POWER - SPEED GRAPH 4 CONSUMPTION - SPEED Muffler supplied with motor.
0.6 30 into the inlet port. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES:
AIR CONSUMPTION cu.ft/min. free air

AR 400 R 12
6B 6 BA LUBRICATOR DROP RATE: -4 to +176 Fahrenheit. (-20 to +80C ) 9
0.5 25
100 I 4-5 drops per minute continuous operation. Muffler supplied with motor.
10
POWER (WATTS)

S
90 P
HORSE POWER

300
litres/sec. free air

0.4 20 4 BAR 9-12 drops per minute intermittent operation.


80
8
90 100

70
I
PS

0.3 4 BAR 15 SI.


80 60 P
70 I
200 50
6
PS R
60 40 2 BA
0.2 5 0 10 4
40 30 PSI
30 PSI
2 BAR 100
0.1 5 2

0 0 0 0
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
SPEED revs per min. SPEED revs per min.

Attitude: Polar Moment of Inertia:


The motor can be operated in all positions. 0.16 lb.ins2 (460 g.cm2).
22 Airline filtration and lubrication: Maximum overhung force on shaft: 23
Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator suitable for 4 lbf (18N) Axial loads should be kept to a minimum.
DIMENSIONS V2
DIMENSIONS V2
PERFORMANCE V2
PERFORMANCE V2 | 1.1 HP/0.82KW REVERSIBLE
1.1 HP/0.82kW REVERSIBLE

MODEL VA2C Nema 56C configuration


52 86 165 (6.5")

114.27 (4.499")
114.20 (4.496")
(2.05") (3.4") 55 (2.16")
4 Holes - 3/8" - 16-UNC 2 Ports3/8" GRAPH 1 TORQUE - SPEED GRAPH 2 STARTING TORQUE - PRESSURE
15.862 (0.6245)
15.875 (0.6250")
(0.6425")

Equi-spaced on 43.5 N.P.T. 30


149.23 (5.875") P.C.D. (1.72") 27 1 2 3 4 5 6
A
(1.06")
3.0 30 PRESSURE bar
100
25 90 PSI
3.0

UE
(2.03")
2.5 25

RQ
MOUNTING

51.5
SPIGOT
80

TO
NG
14(0.551") 20 2.5

TORQUE (inch lbs.)

TORQUE (inch lbs.)


70 6B

TI
(2.06")
52.45
ar 2.0 20

AR
ST
60 PSI
E

UM
QU 2.0

TORQUE Nm
15 OR

TORQUE Nm
(1.024")

M
50 GT

I
1.5 15

AX
26
Key 4.76 (0.188") SQ.
TIN
AR

M
X 36.5 (1.438") LG Weight: 9.7 lb 4B
(4.4 Kg) 40 ar ST 1.5
3 M
50 (1.97") 10 U
(0.12") 2 HOLES M6 X IM
25 10 (0.40") Deep 102 (4")
30 PSI 1.0 10 MI
N
(1.0") 1.0
102(4") 5
MODEL VA2J Foot Mounting configuration 44.5 72 2B 0.5 5 0.5
(2.83") 55(2.16") ar
(1.75") 2 Ports
29.5(1.16")
A 3/8" N.P.T.
27(1.06")
25.4(1") 0 0 0 0
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

(2.03")
51.5
SPEED revs per min PRESSURE P.S.I.
12.687 (0.4995")
12.700 (0.5000")

88.85(3.5")
11.5 A.F
(0.45")

GRAPH 3 POWER - SPEED GRAPH 4 CONSUMPTION - SPEED


16(0.63") 1.2 60
90(3.54") 24 (0.94") 4 MOUNTING HOLES
0.8 ar 26
15(0.59") 7(0.28")
76(3.0") Weight: 7.2lb 1.1 6B
38 (1.5") 24

AIR CONSUMPTION cu. ft/min. free air


(3.3kg)
1.0 r 0.7 50
MODEL VA2X Face Mounting configuration 6 Ba 0 22
102(4") 10
0.9
SPIGOT 44.42 (1.749")
44.38 (1.747")

44.5 72(2.83") I
3 Holes 1/4" - 20 UNC PS 20
(1.75") 55(2.16") 0.6 90
x 12 (0.47") Deep 29.5(1.16") r
0.8 40 80 4 Ba 18

HORSE POWER
on 63.5 (2.5") P.C.D. 25.4 2 Ports
O27(1.06") A 3/8" N.P.T.

0
70 16

10
(1") 0.7 I 0.5

POWER kW
PS

litres/sec. free air


(2.06") (2.03")
90

51.5
S I
14
MOUNTING

0.6 30 60P
15 80 4 Bar 0.4
14(0.551")
70
50 12
52.45
0.5 2 Bar
12.700 (0.5000")
12.687 (0.4995")

SI
(0.156")

0P 40
3.97

10
11.5 A.F
(0.45")

0.4 6 0.3 20
50 SI
16(0.63") 30 P 8
(1.024")

50 Weight: 7.0lb 0.3 0.2


26

40 6
(1.97") 3.2kg
0.2 30 PSI 2B 10 4
ar 0.1
2 HOLES M6 X
25 10 (0.40") Deep 0.1 2
KEY 5 (0.197") SQUARE X 20 (0.78")

(1.0")
MODEL VS2C D71 configuration 0 0 0 0
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000
109.946 (4.3286")
110.000 (4.3307")

30 86 2 Ports G 3/8"
SPEED revs per min SPEED revs per min
LONG ROUNDED ENDS

160 (6.30") (1.18") (3.4") 55 (2.16")


3.5
14.012 (0.5516")
14.001 (0.5512")

(0.14") 27 ATTITUDE: POLAR MOMENT OF INERTIA:


45
43.5 A (1.06")
(1.69") Attitude:
The motor can be operated in all orientations. Polar
0.47 Moment of Inertia:
lb.ins2 (0.139 g.m2).
The motor can be operated in all positions. 0.47 lb.ins2 (0.139 g.m2).
AIRLINE FILTRATION AND LUBRICATION: MAXIMUM OVERHUNG FORCE ON SHAFT:
Airline filtration and lubrication: Maximum overhung force on shaft:
MOUNTING

104(4.09")
SPIGOT

Use 64 Use 64 micron


micron filtration
filtration or better.Choose
or better. Choose aalubricator
lubricator 9090
lbflbf
(400N) In certain
(400N) circumstances
In certain this may be extended.
circumstances this may be
14(0.551")
suitable for the flow required. Prior to start up, inject oil Consult your Globe Distributor. Axial loads should be kept to
(2.06")

suitableinto
forthe
theinlet
flow required. Prior to start up, inject oil aextended.
minimum. Consult your GLOBE Distributor. Axial loads
52.45

port.
into theLubricator
inlet port.drop rate: Maximum
should betemperatures:
kept to a minimum.
(1.024")

4-5 drops per minute continuous operation. -4 to +176 Farenheit. (-20 to +80C )
26

LUBRICATOR DROP RATE: MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES:


16.00 (0.6299") 9 50 9-12 drops per minute intermittent operation.
15.87 (0.6248") (1.97")
(0.35") 2 HOLES M6 X 4-5 drops per minute continuous operation. -40 to +176 Fahrenheit. (-20 to +80C )
4 Holes 9 (0.35") 36 (1.42") 25 10 (0.40") Deep 96 (3.78") Weight: 9.7 lb
Equi-spaced on (1.0") (4.4 Kg)
130 (5.118") P.C.D. TAPPED HOLE IN SHAFT. 9-12 drops per minute intermittent operation.
M5 X 15 (0.59") DEEP.

11
10 NOTE: With mains air at A shaft rotation is clockwise. Reverse port connections for opposite rotation. Muffler supplied with motor.

24 25
DIMENSIONS V4
DIMENSIONS V4
PERFORMANCE V4
PERFORMANCE V4 | 2.8 HP/2.1 KW REVERSIBLE
2.8 HP/2.1 kW REVERSIBLE

MODEL VA4C Nema 56C configuration 52 102 O 165 (6.5")

114.27 (4.499")
114.20 (4.496")
(2.05") (4.00") 55 (2.16")
4 Holes - 3/8" - 16-UNC GRAPH 2 STARTING TORQUE - PRESSURE
GRAPH 1 TORQUE - SPEED
15.875 (0.6250")
15.862 (0.6425")

Equi-spaced on 53
149.23 (5.875") P.C.D. (2.09") 2 Ports 1/2" N.P.T. 5.0
35 A 100 1 2 3 4 5 6
(1.38")
6.0 6.0 PRESSURE bar
90 PS 8.0
I
4.0 7.0

(1.95")
5.0 5.0

MOUNTING

49.5
80 6 Bar

SPIGOT
E
24 (0.94") 70 R QU 6.0
TO

(2.07")
4.0

52.5
3.0 4.0
NG
60 PSI TI 5.0
AR

TORQUE (lbs ft.)


TORQUE lbs ft.)
T

TORQUE Nm
TORQUE Nm
S UE

(1.102")
50 4 Bar
UM Q

28.0
Key 4.76 (0.188") SQ. 3.0 3.0 R 4.0
M TO
36.5 (1.438") LG Weight: 12 lb
2.0 XI NG
3 (5.1 Kg) 40 A TI
4 HOLES M6 X M AR
(0.12") 50 (1.97") ST 3.0
12 (0.47") DEEP 2.0 2.0 M
O 96 (3.8") 30 PSI
IMU
40 (1.57") M IN
1.0
2 Bar 2.0
MODEL VA4J Foot Mounting configuration 44.5 89 (3.5") 96 (3.8") 1.0
12.700 (0.5000")

1.0
12.687 (0.4995")

(1.75") 38 (1.5")
55
1.0
35 (1.38") 2 Ports
A (2.16") 1/2" N.P.T.
0 0 0 0
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

(1.95")
49.5
15 SPEED revs per min PRESSURE P.S.I.

89 (3.50")
KEY 3.18 (0.125") SQ
3.97 (0.156") 19 (0.75") LONG GRAPH 3 POWER - SPEED GRAPH 4 CONSUMPTION - SPEED
3.0 100 45
38 (1.5")
90 (3.54") 16 (0.63")
4 MOUNTING HOLES 2.0
7 (0.28)
(9.32") 76 (3.0") Weight: 8.5lb 90 40
ar

AIR CONSUMPTION cu. ft/min. free air


24 (0.94")
26 (1.02")
(3.8kg)
2.5 6B
ar
80
35
6B
MODEL VA4X Face Mounting configuration
89 (3.5") 1.5 70
SPIGOT 44.42 (1.749")

44.5
44.38 (1.747")

96(3.8") 2.0 30
12.700 (0.5000")

HORSE POWER
12.687 (0.4995")

0
(1.75") 38 10 SI ar
3 HOLES, 1/4"- 20 UNC x 12 (1.5") 55(2.16") 2 Ports 1/2" N.P.T. 60 0 P 4B
9

POWER kW
(0.47") Deep Spaced on 63.5 35 (1.38") 25
80

litres/sec. free air


(2.500") P.C.D. A 0
10 I 50
1.5 S r 70
0P 4 Ba 1.0 20
MOUNTING

9 I
PS

(2.07") (1.95")
80

49.5
40 60
24 (0.94") 50
15 70 2 Bar
1.0 I 15
PS 30 40
3.97 52.5 60 SI
(0.156") KEY 3.18(0.125") SQ 5 0 2 Bar 0.5 30 P
40 20 10
(1.102")

19 (0.75") LONG
0.5 I
28.0

Weight: 8.5lb 30 PS
16 50 5
(0.63") (1.97")
(3.8kg) 10
4 HOLES M6 X
12 (0.47") DEEP 0 0
0 0
MODEL VS4C D71 configuration 40 (1.57") 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000
KEY 5 (0.197") SQUARE X 20 (0.78")

SPEED revs per min SPEED revs per min


30 (1.18") 103(4.06")
109.94 (4.3286")
110.00 (4.3307")

LONG ROUNDED ENDS.

55(2.16")
3.5 ATTITUDE: POLAR MOMENT OF INERTIA:
Attitude: Polar Moment of Inertia:
14.012 (0.5516")
14.001 (0.5512")

160 (6.30") (0.14")


51.5
45 (2.03") A
35(1.38") The motor
Thecan becan
motor operated in all
be operated orientations.
in all positions. 0.77lb.ins2
0.77 lb.ins2 (0.226
(0.226 g.m2).
g.m2).
2 Ports G 1/2"
AIRLINEAirline filtrationAND
FILTRATION andLUBRICATION:
lubrication: Maximum
MAXIMUMoverhung
OVERHUNGforceFORCE
on shaft:
ON SHAFT:
Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator 40 lbf (170N) In certain circumstances this may be extended.
Use 64 micron filtration
suitable for the flowor better.Prior
required. Choose
to startaup,
lubricator
inject oil 40 lbf your
Consult (170N)
GlobeInDistributor.
certain circumstances
Axial loads shouldthis may be
be kept
MOUNTING

102 (4.02")
SPIGOT

into the inlet port.


suitable for the flow required. Prior to start up, inject oil down to a minimum.
extended. Consult your GLOBE Distributor. Axial loads
24 (0.94")
(2.067")

Lubricator drop rate: Maximum temperatures:


52.5

into the inlet port. should be kept down to a minimum.


4-5 drops per minute continuous operation. -4 to +176 Farenheit. (-20 to +80C )
9-12 drops
LUBRICATOR DROPper minute
RATE:intermittent operation. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES:
(1.102")
28.0

16.00 (0.6299")
15.87 (0.6248") 9 Weight: 12 lbs.. 4-5 drops per minute continuous operation. -40 to +176 Fahrenheit. (-20 to +80C )
(0.35") (5.1 Kg.)
4 HOLES 9 (0.35") EQUII-SPACED 39.5 (1.56") 4 HOLES M6 X 50(1.97")
ON 130 (5.118") P.C.D. TAPPED HOLE IN SHAFT. 12 (0.47") DEEP
96(3.78")
9-12 drops per minute intermittent operation.
M5 X 15 (0.59") DEEP.
40 (1.57")
13
12 NOTE: With mains air at A shaft rotation is clockwise. Reverse port connections for opposite rotation. Muffler supplied with motor.

26 27
DIMENSIONS V6
DIMENSIONS V6
PERFORMANCE V6
PERFORMANCE V6 | 4.6 HP /3.4 KW REVERSIBLE
4.6 PEAK HP/3.4 kW REVERSIBLE

MODEL VA6C Nema 56C Configuration


52
46 138(5.43") GRAPH 1 TORQUE - SPEED GRAPH 2 STARTING TORQUE - PRESSURE
165(6.5") (2.05)
(1.81") 66 65
14
15.875(0.6250")
15.862(0.6245")

45 3(0.12") 5 (2.60") A (2.56") 2 PORTS 1 2 3 4 5 6


3/4" N.P.T. 100 PRESSURE bar
(0.2") 41 10
114.27(4.499") 16
114.20(4.496") (1.63") 90 PS 12
I 15 20

MOUNTING SPIGOT
80 6 Bar 14
8 18

134(5.28")
4 HOLES 10 13
M6 X 9(0.35")
70 12 16

72.5(2.85")
DEEP
60 PSI
11
34(1.339") 6 8 14
10 E
4 Bar
QU

TORQUE Nm
TORQUE (lbs ft.)

TORQUE (lbs ft.)

TORQUE Nm
9 12

(2.20")
R

56
50 TO
6 8 NG
4 HOLES, 3/8"-16 UNC 46 40 TI 10
KEY 4.76(0.188") SQ 10 64 4 7 AR
EQUISPACED ON 149.23 (1.811") Weight: 22lb ST
(5.875") P.C.D. 36.5(1.438") LG. (0.39") (2.53")
(10kg) 6 UM 8
30 PSI 4 Q UE
130(5.13") 2 Bar 5 IM TOR
AX NG 6
4 M RTI
M STA
135 (5.31") 2 3 IMU 4
MODEL VA6J Foot Mounting Configuration 49.2
130(5.13") 2 PORTS 3/4" 2 MIN
(1.94") 62 2
(2.44") N.P.T. 2
59 (2.31") RAD. 41 A 65(2.56")
12 (1.63") 1
(0.47") 0 0 0 0
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
15.875 (0.625")
15.862 (0.624")

150.5 (5.94")
SPEED revs per min PRESSURE P.S.I.

88.9 (3.5")
KEY 4.76 (0.188") SQ GRAPH 3 POWER - SPEED GRAPH 4 CONSUMPTION - SPEED
36.5 (1.438") LG
20 (0.78") 5 160
150 70
63.5 4 holes
9 (0.35)
11/32" 140 65

AIR CONSUMPTION cu. ft/min. free air


(2.50")
127 (5.00") 39.55 44.4 Weight: 17lb 3
108 (4.250") 130
(7.6kg) 4 ar 60
(1.56") (1.75") 6B
ar 120 55
6B 110
MODEL VA6X Face Mounting Configuration 135 (5.31") 00 0 50

HORSE POWER
49.2 1 10
(1.94") 62 130(5.13") 100 SI 45
2 PORTS 3/4" 3 PS
I P r
(2.44") 41 90 4 Ba

POWER kW
59 (2.31") 65(2.56") N.P.T. 90 2 90

litres/sec. free air


A 0
RAD. 12 (1.63") 8 40
57.15 (2.250") (0.47") 80 80
57.10 (2.248") ar 70 35
4B PSI
15.875 (0.625")
15.862 (0.624")

70 70 6 0
MOUNTING

2 2 Bar 30

134(5.28")
I 50
SPIGOT

4 HOLES PS 60
M6 X 9(0.35") 60 40 25
DEEP 50 1 50 SI
30 P 20

(2.85")
40 40

72.5
34(1.339") 2 Bar
KEY 4.76 (0.188) SQ
4.76 (1.188") 1 I 15
36.5 (1.438") LG 30 PS 30
20 (0.78") 20 10
5 (0.2") 64 Weight: 17lb
3 HOLES 5/16" - 18 UNC X 20 (25/32") DEEP 10 5
EQUISPACED ON 101.6 (4.000") P.C.D. 46 (2.53") (7.6kg)
(1.811") 0 0 0 0
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000
KEY 6(0.236") SQUARE X 30(1.18")

MODEL VS6C D80 Configuration


SPEED revs per min SPEED revs per min
LONG ROUNDED AT ONE END

65
2 PORTS G3/4"
130.000 (5.181")
129.937 (5.156")

200 (7.87") 40 152(5.98") (2.559")


A
(1.57") 41
19.009(0.7484")
18.996(0.7479")

45 78 (1.61") ATTITUDE: POLAR MOMENT OF INERTIA:


3.5
(0.14")
(3.07")
Attitude: Polar Moment of Inertia:
The motor
The can becan
motor operated in all
be operated orientations.
in all positions. 1.56 lb.ins2
1.56 lb.ins2(0.45
(0.45 g.m2).
g.m2).
AIRLINEAirline filtrationAND
FILTRATION andLUBRICATION:
lubrication: Maximum
MAXIMUMoverhung
OVERHUNGforceFORCE
on shaft:
ON SHAFT:
(5.27")

Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator 70 lbf (300N) In certain circumstances this may be extended.
134

4 HOLES Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator 70 lbf (300N) In certain circumstances this may be
MOUNTING

M6 X 9(0.35") suitable for the flow required. Prior to start up, inject oil Consult your Globe Distributor. Axial loads should be kept
SPIGOT

DEEP
suitable into
for the
theinlet
flow port.
required. Prior to start up, inject oil down to a minimum.
extended. Consult your GLOBE Distributor. Axial loads
(2.85")
72.5

into the Lubricator


inlet port. drop rate: Maximum
should be temperatures:
34(1.339")
kept down to a minimum.
5-6 drops per minute continuous operation. -4 to +176 Farenheit. (-20 to +80C )
TAPPED HOLE LUBRICATOR DROP
10-12 drops per RATE:
minute intermittent operation. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES:
IN SHAFT M6 X 15
52 46
(0.59") DEEP. 64
21.50(0.8464") 10 (2.05") (1.811")
(2.53") Weight: 25lb 5-6 drops per minute continuous operation. -40 to +176 Fahrenheit. (-20 to +80C )
21.27(0.8374") (0.39") (11.3kg)
4 HOLES 12(0.47") EQUI-SPACED 60.8 O130(5.12")
(2.39") 10-12 drops per minute intermittent operation.
ON 165(6.496") P.C.D.

15

14 NOTE: With mains air at A shaft rotation is clockwise. Reverse port connections for opposite rotation. Muffler supplied with motor.

28 29
DIMENSIONS V8
DIMENSIONS V8
PERFORMANCE V8
PERFORMANCE V8 | 7.2 HP/5.4 KW REVERSIBLE
7.2 HP/5.4 kW REVERSIBLE

MODEL VA8C I45 TC Configuration


GRAPH 1 TORQUE - SPEED

114.30(4.500")
MOUNTING SPIGOT 114.23(4.497")
215(8.47") 78(3.07") GRAPH 2 STARTING TORQUE - PRESSURE

4.75(0.187")
4.78(0.188")
165(6.50")
83(3.27") 18
54(2.125") 47(1.84") 17 1 2 3 4 5 6
OVERKEY 24.01(0.945") 2 PORTS 100 22
23.90(0.941") 3(0.12") 1" N.P.T. A PRESSURE bar
16 25
90 PS 20
15 I
14 80 18 30

149(5.88")

140(5.50")
4 HOLES 13 6 Bar
M8 X 12 16 20
(0.47") 12 70 25

TORQUE (lbs ft.)

TORQUE (lbs ft.)


E

78(3.07")
DEEP. 11 60 PSI 14 RQU
51
45 10 TO
(2.008")
15 NG 20

TORQUE Nm
22.23(0.875")
22.21(0.874")
9 12 TI

TORQUE Nm
4 Bar
50 TAR
Weight: 26lb 8 10 S

(2.638")
4 HOLES TAPPED 3/8" - 16 UNC (0.393)
10(0.375")
(11.8kg) 7 40 UM E 15
M

67
ON 149.23(5.875") P.C.D. I QU
6 8 10 AX OR
30 PSI M
IN GT
MODEL VA8J Foot Mounting Configuration 5 RT
2 Bar 6 STA 10
202(7.97") 4 M
78 (3.07") 140(5.50")
NI MU
21.12 (0.831")
53(2.09") 71(2.80") 2 PORTS 47(1.84") 3 4 5 MI
4.75(0.187")
4.78(0.188")

OVERKEY 1" N.P.T.


21.00 (0.827")
35
10(0.39")
2 5
(1.37") 2
A 1
0 0 0 0
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

160(6.31")
SPEED revs per min PRESSURE P.S.I.
19.06(0.750")
19.04(0.749")

89(3.50")
GRAPH 3 POWER - SPEED GRAPH 4 CONSUMPTION - SPEED
114.3 (4.50") 4 HOLES 28(1.10") 72(2.84") Weight: 24lb 8
9 (11/32")
45.5 51(2.00")
134(5.26")
(11.1kg) 120
39(1.53")
(1.79") 250
7 110

AIR CONSUMPTION cu. ft/min. free air


5
MODEL VA8X Face Mounting Configuration ar 100
6B
202 (7.97") 6 200 90
76.1 (2.996")

140 (5.50") ar
76.2 (3.00")

71 (2.80")
53 4 6B
4.75 (0.187")
4.78 (0.188")

78 (3.07")

HORSE POWER
21.12 (0.831") (2.09)
(20.9") 10 2 PORTS 0 80
21.00 (0.827") 35 (0.39") 1" N.P.T. 47 (1.84") 5 10
I
PS

POWER kW
70

litres/sec. free air


(1.37") 0
150
MOUNTING SPIGOT

A 90 10 I ar
45
4 80 4 Bar 3 S 4B
P 60
90
70 0

149 (5.88")
8
4 HOLES M8 X 12 I 50
PS 70
(0.47") DEEP. 3 60 100 PSI
2 60 2 Bar
78 (3.07")

19.06 (0.750") 51 50 50 40
19.04 (0.749") (2.008") 40
2 40 SI 30
28 (1.10") I
2 Bar 30 P
30 PS 1 50
20
(2.638")

4 HOLES TAPPED 3/8" - 16 UNC X 16 DEEP


EQUISPACED ON 98.43 (3.875") P.C.D. 39 (1.53") WEIGHT 24lbs 1
67

87 (3.44") (11.1Kg) 10
MODEL VS8C D90 Flange Configuration 0 0 0 0
0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000
MOUNTING SPIGOT 130.000 (5.1181")
129.937 (5.1156")

KEY 8 (0.315") SQUARE X 7 (0.276") DEEP


200 (7.87")
X 36 (1.42") LONG ROUNDED ENDS SPEED revs per min SPEED revs per min
50 155 (6.10")
2 PORTS G 1"
24.009 (0.9452")
23.996 (0.9447")

(1.97") 78 (3.07")
45 84 (3.31")
3.5 A 47 (1.85")
(0.14") ATTITUDE: POLAR MOMENT OF INERTIA:
Attitude: Polar Moment of Inertia:
The can
The motor motor
becan be operated
operated in all
in all positions.
orientations. 3.5
3.5lb.ins2
lb.ins2(1.02 g.m2).
(1.02 g.m2).

AIRLINEAirline filtrationAND
FILTRATION andLUBRICATION:
lubrication: Maximum
MAXIMUMoverhung
OVERHUNGforceFORCE
on shaft:
ON SHAFT:
Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator 140 lbf (620N) In certain circumstances this may be extended.
149 (5.87")

Use 64 micron filtration


suitable for the flowor better.Prior
required. Choose
to startaup,
lubricator
inject oil 140 lbfyour
Consult (620N)
Globe In certain Axial
Distributor. circumstances
loads should this may be
be kept
78 (3.07")

4 HOLES M8 X 12
(0.47") DEEP. into the inlet port. down to a minimum.
suitable for the flow required. Prior to start up, inject oil extended. Consult your GLOBE Distributor. Axial loads
51 Lubricator drop rate: Maximum temperatures:
(2.008") into the 6-7
inlet port.
drops per minute continuous operation. should
-4 be kept
to +176 down
Farenheit. to a
(-20 to minimum.
+80C )
71
27.00 (1.0629")
10 (2.8")
87 (3.44")
12-15 drops
LUBRICATOR DROP per RATE:
minute intermittent operation. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES:
(0.39") WEIGHT 27 lbs
(2.638")

26.71 (1.0516") 58.5


140 (5.51") (12.2 Kg)
67

TAPPED HOLE (2.30") 6-7 drops per minute continuous operation. -40 to +176 Fahrenheit. (-20 to +80C )
4 HOLES 12(0.47") EQUI-SPACED IN SHAFT.
ON 165 (6.496") P.C.D. M8 X 20
(0.79") DEEP. 12-15 drops per minute intermittent operation.

16 NOTE: With mains air at A shaft rotation is clockwise. Reverse port connections for opposite rotation. Muffler supplied with motor. 17

30 31
DIMENSIONS V10
DIMENSIONS V10
PERFORMANCE V10
PERFORMANCE V10 | 12.8 HP/9.5 KW REVERSIBLE
12.8 HP/9.5 kW REVERSIBLE

MODEL VA10C 145 TC Configuration

114.27 (4.499")
114.20 (4.496")
280 (11.03") GRAPH 1 TORQUE - SPEED GRAPH 2 STARTING TORQUE - PRESSURE
A 90 (3.53")
126 (4.97")
36
165 (6.50") 54 62 45 1 2 3 4 5 6
(2.125") 2 PORTS (2.44") 34 100
1 1/4" N.P.T. PRESSURE bar
4 (0.16") 32 40 50
4 HOLES 3/8" - 16 UNC 90 PS 40
EQUISPACED ON 30 I

MOUNTING SPIGOT
45
149.2 (5.88") P.C.D.
28 6 Bar 45
80 35
26

174 (6.85")
UE 40
12.7 (0.50")

70

101.30 (3.988")
24 30 RQ

101.60 (4.00")
30
4 HOLES M8 22 TO 35
X 14 (0.55") 60 PSI NG
20 4 Bar TI
60 25 AR 30

TORQUE Nm
ST E

4.76 (0.188") SQ.


22,225 (0.8750")
22.212 (0.8745")

(1.438") LG.
18 QU

TORQUE (lbs ft.)

TORQUE (lbs ft.)

TORQUE Nm
(2.362") 50
16 UM TO
R

3.65 (1.438)
16 102 20 20 IM NG 25
(0.63") (4.00") 160 (6.31") 14 40 AX TI
171.45 (6.750") Optional foot M AR
ST

(3.937")
available.
114.3 (4.50") 69.85 Weight 53lb 12 15 20
UM

100
200 (7.88") Model V10Z (24kg) 30 PSI

KEY
36.5
(2.750") 10 2 Bar IM
N
MI 15
8 10 10
6 10
MODEL VA10J Foot Mounting Configuration 4
302 (11.88") 2 PORTS 90 (3.53") 5
A 1 1/4" N.P.T.
62 (2.44") 2 5
201 (7.91")
0 0
KEY 6.35 (0.25") SQ. 0 0
44.5 (1.75") LG. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 14001600 18002000 2200 2400 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

12.7 (0.50")

187 (7.38")
101.60 (4.000")
101.30 (3.988")
SPEED revs per min PRESSURE P.S.I.
28.575 (1.1250")
28.560 (1.1244")

83 GRAPH 3 POWER - SPEED GRAPH 4 CONSUMPTION - SPEED


171.45 (6.750") 3.27") 102 (4.00") 160 (6.31") Weight 48lb 13 340 150
200 (7.88") 4 HOLES 179.2 (7.05") 69.85 (22kg) 9
10.3 (4.06") 12 320
(2.750") 140 ar
300 6B

AIR CONSUMPTION cu. ft/min. free air


11 ar 8 130
6B
280 0
10 I 120
MODEL VA10X Face Mounting Configuration 10 7 260 PS
240 90 ar 110
302 (11.88") 9 80 4B
100

HORSE POWER
103 98 (3.85") 0 6 220
2 PORTS 90 (3.53") 10 70
(4.06") 10 8 I I
A 1 1/4" N.P.T. PS 200 PS 90
88.80 (3.496")
0

POWER kW
(0.38") 62 (2.44") Bar 6

litres/sec. free air


7 90 4 5 180
4 HOLES. 7/16 " - 98.42 (3.875")
80 50 80
14 UNC X 16 DEEP 98.37 (3.873")
EQUI-SPACED ON 6 70 160 2 Bar 70
MOUNTING

123.8 (4 7/8") P.C.D. 4 HOLES M8 4 40


SPIGOT

174 (5.85")
I 140
X 14 (0.55") PS S I 60
5 60 30 P
60 120
50
50
28.575 (1.1250")
28.560 (1.1244")

(2.362") 4 3
100
(0 22
2" ")

40
.7 .88

2 Bar 40
3 80
)

30 PSI 2 30
KEY 6.35 (0.250") SQ. 160 (6.31") 60
(3.937")
(5

44.5 (1.75"0) LG. 2


5

100

20
14

83
1 40

3.27") Weight 46lb


(21kg) 1 20 10
0 0 0 0
MODEL VS10C D100 Flange Configuration 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400
KEY 8 (0.315") SQUARE X 7 (0.276") DEEP
X 45 (1.77") LONG ROUNDED ENDS SPEED revs per min SPEED revs per min
MOUNTING SPIGOT 180.000 (7.0866")
179.937 (7.0841")

60 225 (8.86")
2 PORTS G.1 1/4"
28.009 (1.1027")
27.996 (1.1022")

250 (2.36") 90
(9.84") 4 126 (3.54")
45 A 62 (2.44") ATTITUDE: POLAR MOMENT OF INERTIA:
(0.16") (4.96")
Attitude: Polar Moment of Inertia:
The can
The motor motor
becan be operated
operated in all
in all positions.
orientations. 30 lb.in2
30 lb.in2 (8.8
(8.8g.m2).
g.m2).

AIRLINEAirline filtrationAND
andLUBRICATION:
lubrication: Maximum overhung force on shaft:
(6.9")

FILTRATION MAXIMUM OVERHUNG FORCE ON SHAFT:


174

Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator 400 lbf (1750N) In certain circumstances this may be extended.
Use 64 micron filtration
suitable for the flowor better.Prior
required. Choose
to startaup,
lubricator
inject oil 400 lbfyour
Consult (1750N)
Globe In certain Axial
Distributor. circumstances this
loads should be may be
kept
(3.50")

into the inlet port. down to a minimum.


88.8

4 HOLES M8
X 14 (0.55") suitable for the flow required. Prior to start up, inject oil extended. Consult your GLOBE Distributor. Axial loads
60 Lubricator drop rate: Maximum temperatures:
80
(2.362") into the 8-10
inletdrops
port.per minute continuous operation. should be kept
-40 to +176 down to
Farenheit. a minimum.
(-20 to +80C )
31.00 (1.2205") (3.15") 130 (5.12")
30.71 (1.2091")
11
(0.43") Weight 58lb
14-16 drops
LUBRICATOR DROP per RATE:
minute intermittent operation. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES:
114 160 (6.3")
(27kg)
(3.937")

4 HOLES 15 (0.59") EQUISPACED (4.49")


100

ON 215 (8.465") P.C.D. 8-10 drops per minute continuous operation. -40 to +176 Fahrenheit. (-20 to +80C )
TAPPED HOLE IN SHAFT
M10 X 25 (1") DEEP. 14-16 drops per minute intermittent operation.

19

18 NOTE: With mains air at A shaft rotation is clockwise. Reverse port connections for opposite rotation. Muffler supplied with motor.

32 33
DIMENSIONS V12 PERFORMANCE V12 | 19.1 HP/14 KW REVERSIBLE

TORQUE - SPEED TORQUE TORQUE - PRESSURE


MODEL VA12C Nema 215T Configuration TORQUE
Nm Nm PRESSURE BAR
93
69 93 120
69 120

100psi
7 bar Maximum
100 100
Starting
55
75 75 55
90psi 6 bar Torque
q ue
75psi
80 tor 80
ng

Torque (lb-ft)
Minimum

Torque (lb-ft)
41 5 bar 41
56 ti e

Torque Nm
56

Torque Nm
ar or qu Starting
st
60psi gt 60
4 bar 60 um rtin Torque
ax
im sta
27
37
45 psi
3 bar 37 27 M m um
nu 40
30 psi 40 Mi
2 bar
14
19 19 14
20
20

0 300 600 900 1200 1500 1800 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7


SPEEDSPEED
revs per minper min
revs PRESSURE Bar
PRESSURE P.S.I.

POWER - SPEED Free air AIR CONSUMPTION - SPEED


kW l/sec
19,0
14,00
7 bar
14,0 180
805 380

Air consumption cu.ft/min free air


17,1
12,60 si 12,6 320
678 320
7 bar
MODEL VS12C D100 Flange Configuration 0p 6 bar i
10 11,2 s
15,2
11,20 i 530 0p 250
ps 250 10
si
6 bar
r 90 p
13,3 ba 9,8 466 ar
90
9,80 si 5 bar 5 bar

litres/sec free air


7 220
r p 220 7 b r psi
ba 75

Horse power
a 75
11,4 6 8,4 6b

Power kW
8,40 ar 381 ar psi 4 bar
180
5b 180 5b 60
psi 4 bar
9,5 60 7,0 ar 45 p
si
7,00 4b 3 bar
ar 307
145 a r 145
7,6 4b i 5,6 3 b
30 p
si
5,60 45 ps 2 bar
r 3 bar b a r
3 ba 233
110 2 110
5,7
4,20 4,2
30 psi
2 bar 148 70
3,8
2,80
2 bar
2,8 70
1,9 1,4 74
35 35
1,40

0 300 600 900 1200 1500 1800 0 300 600 900 1200 1500 1800
SPEEDSPEED revs
revs per per min
min SPEEDSPEED revs
revs per per min
min

ATTITUDE:
Muffler supplied with motor. POLAR MOMENT OF INERTIA:

The Motor
motoriscan
reversible.
be operated in all orientations. 30 lb.in2 (8.8 g.m2).
Attitude: The motor can be operated in all positions.
AIRLINE FILTRATION
Maximum AND-20C
temperature LUBRICATION:
to +80C (-4F to +176F). MAXIMUM OVERHUNG FORCE ON SHAFT:

Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator 400 lbf (1750N) In certain circumstances this may be

AIRLINE
suitable FILTRATION
for the AND
flow required. LUBRICATION
Prior to start up, inject oil extended. Consult your GLOBE Distributor. Axial loads
Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator
into suitable
the inletforport.
the flow required. Prior to initial start-up, should be kept down to a minimum.
inject oil into
LUBRICATOR the inlet
DROP RATE:port. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES:
Lubricator drop rate 12-14 drops/minute continuous operation.
12-14Lubricator
drops perdrop rate continuous
minute 18-20 drops/minute
operation.intermittent operation.
-40 to +176 Fahrenheit. (-20 to +80C )

18-20 drops per minute intermittent operation.


Maximum continuous speed 1800 rpm

34 35
NON LUBRICATED VANE
AIR MOTORS

ADVANTAGES

GLOBE Airmotors BV has a special range of air motors

that do not require lubrication. The advantages of these

motors are:

No lubricator necessary save on installation costs

No inspection of the lubricator oil level is necessary

save on annual running costs

No oil-contaminated air from the exhaust protects

products and workforce

Same standard interfaces as the regular GLOBE vane

air motors.

All the GLOBE vane air motors can run without

lubrication under certain operation conditions. For dry

running blades, a filtration to a minimum of 25 microns is

recommended.

The maximum air pressure must not exceed 6 bar and

the motor speed must not exceed the figures stated

in the graphs belonging to the non lubricated motors.

The maximum motor speed must never be exceeded

when the motor is running off load. As prevention a flow

restriction should be fitted on the outlet when the load

can vary greatly.

The vanes in non lubricated vane air motors have a

shorter life expectancy compared to the standard

versions. Maximum continuous speed is 25% less

compared to the standard versions. Please consult

GLOBE when using a non lubricated vane air motor.

36 37
DIMENSIONS V1-NL

DIMENSIONS V1 VA1NL
TOR QUE - SPEED TORQUE - PRESSURE
TORQUE TORQUE
Nm Nm
0,65 0,88 0,40 Maximum
0,55
0,88 0,55
0,37 Starting
0,59 7 bar 0,80 0,50
T orque
0,80
0,53 0,72 0,5
0,33 0,45
Max.
0,72 6 bar 0,45
0,47 0,64 0,29 0,40
Minimum
allowable
0,64 0,56 0,40
0,26 Starting
0,35
0,41

Torque (lb-ft)

Torque (lb-ft)
5 bar

Torque Nm

Torque Nm
0,56 Speed 0,35 T orque
0,35 0,48 0,22 0,30
0,48 4 bar 4.500 0,30
0,29 0,40 0,18 0,25
0,40 rpm 0,25
0,24 3 bar 0,32 0,15 0,20
0,32 0,20
0,18 0,24 0,11 0,15
0,24 2 bar 0,15
0,12 0,16 0,07 0,10
0,16 0,10
0,06 0,08 0,04 0,05
0,08 0,05
NOTE: WITH INLET AT PORT A , SHAFT ROTATION IS CLOCKWISE LOOKING ON SHAFT. FOR OPPOSITE ROTATION REVERSE PORTS.

0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

ERFORMANCE V1
SPEED rev s per min PRESSURE Bar
0 - 0.6 HP/0.44 kW REVERSIBLE

GRAPH 1 TORQUE - SPEED GRAPH 2 STARTING TORQUE - PRESSURE POWER - SPEED Free air AIR CONSU MPT ION - SPEED
12 kW l/sec
1 2 3 4 5 6 34
16 16
1.2

Air consumption cu.ft/min free air


PRESSURE bar 32
15 15
10 12 30
14 14
100 0,5
0,68 0,5 28 13
90 PSI 1.0 1.2 13
25
7 bar
10 UE 7 bar
Max. 12 12
8
TORQUE (inch lbs.)

TORQUE (inch lbs.)

1.0 23 11Max.

res/sec free air


Q 6 bar
TORQUE Nm.

TORQUE Nm.
80 6 BA R 0,43
0,32 0,32 11
0.8 TO

Horse power
R allowable 21
10 10
70 8 NG QU
E allowable

Power kW
TI OR 0.8 6 bar 19
9 5 bar 9
6 60 PSI TAR T 0,33
Speed
0.6 6
S ING 0,24 0,24 8
17 8Speed
50 4 BAR M UM TA RT
0.6 5 bar 4.500 7
15 4 bar 7
4 XI MS rpm 64.500
40
0.4 4 MA NIMU 0,22
0,16 4 bar 0,16
6
13 3 bar
30 PS MI 0.4 5
11 5rpm
3 bar 4
8 2 bar 4
2 0.2 2 0,11 0,08 3
6 3
2 BAR 0.2 0,08 2 bar 2
4 2
1
2 1
0 0 0 0
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000
SPEED revs per min. PRESSURE P.S.I. SPEED rev s per min SPEED revs per min

GRAPH 3 POWER - SPEED GRAPH 4 CONSUMPTION - SPEED


0.6 30 Muffler supplied with motor. AIRLINE FILTRATION
Muffler supplied with motor. Max. Ov erhung F orc e on motor shaft 18 N (4.0 lbf.).
AIR CONSUMPTION cu.ft/min. free air

AR 400 R 12 Motor
Motor i s reversible.
is reversible. Axial
Use 64 loads filtration
micron should beorkept to a minimum.
better.
6B 6 BA
0.5 25 Attitude: The motor can be operated in all positions.
100 I Maximum temperature -20C to +60 C (-4 F to +140F).
10 ATTITUDE MAX. OVERHUNG FORCE ON MOTOR SHAFT
POWER (WATTS)

S
90 P
HORSE POWER

300
litres/sec. free air

0.4 20 R
80 4 BA The motor can be operated in all positions. 18 N (4.0 lbf.).
8 A IRLIN E F ILT RATION
90 100

70
I
PS

0.3 4 BAR 15 SI. U se 64 mi cron fil tration or better. Axial loads should be kept to a minimum.
80 60 P MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
70 I
200 50
6
PS R
60 40 2 BA -200C to +600C
0.2 50 10 4
40 30 PSI Maximum
(-40F to -1400F). continuous speed 4500 rpm
3 PSI
2 BAR 100
0.1 0 5 2
MAXIMUM SPEED 4500 RPM

0 0 0 0 When operating above 50% of the maximum speed please consult your supplier.
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
SPEED revs per min. SPEED revs per min.

Attitude: Polar Moment of Inertia:


38 The motor can be operated in all positions. 0.16 lb.ins2 (460 g.cm2). 39
Airline filtration and lubrication: Maximum overhung force on shaft:
DIMENSIONS V2
DIMENSIONS V2-NL
VS2C NL Vane Air Motor
MODEL VA2C Nema 56C configuration
52 86 165 (6.5")

114.27 (4.499")
114.20 (4.496")
(2.05") (3.4") 55 (2.16")
4 Holes - 3/8" - 16-UNC 2 Ports3/8" TORQUE TORQUE - SPEED TORQUE TORQUE - PRESSURE
15.862 (0.6245)
15.875 (0.6250")
(0.6425")

Equi-spaced on 43.5
149.23 (5.875") P.C.D. (1.72") 27
N.P.T. Nm Nm
(1.06")
A
3,2
2,4 3,2 2,0
1,5 Maximum
2,0
Starting
Torque

(2.03")
MOUNTING

51.5
2,4
1,8 2,4 1,1
1,5 1,5

SPIGOT
7 bar

Torque (lb-ft)

Torque (lb-ft)
14(0.551")

Torque Nm
Torque Nm
(2.06")
6 bar

52.45
Minimum
1,6
1,2 5 bar 1,6 0,7
1,0 Starting
1,0
Torque

(1.024")
4 bar

26
Key 4.76 (0.188") SQ.
X 36.5 (1.438") LG Weight: 9.7 lb
3 (4.4 Kg) 3 bar
(0.12") 50 (1.97") 0,8
0,6 0,8 0,4
0,5 0,5
2 HOLES M6 X
25 10 (0.40") Deep 102 (4") 2 bar
(1.0")

102(4")
MODEL VA2J Foot Mounting configuration 44.5 72
(1.75")
(2.83") 55(2.16")
2 Ports 0 750 1500 2250 3000 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
29.5(1.16")
A 3/8" N.P.T. SPEED revs per min PRESSURE Bar
27(1.06")
25.4(1")

(2.03")
51.5
POWER - SPEED Free air AIR CONSUMPTION - SPEED
12.687 (0.4995")
12.700 (0.5000")

88.85(3.5")
11.5 A.F
(0.45")

kW l/sec
0,54
0,73 0,54 32
68 32

Air consumption cu.ft/min free air


7 bar 7 bar
16(0.63") 0,65
0,48 0,48 28
59 28
24 (0.94") 4 MOUNTING HOLES 6 bar
90(3.54")
15(0.59") 7(0.28")
76(3.0") Weight: 7.2lb 0,57
0,42 0,42
38 (1.5") (3.3kg) 6 bar 24
50 24
5 bar

Horse power
0,49 0,36

res/sec free air


MODEL VA2X Face Mounting configuration 0,36
20
42 20

Power kW
102(4") 4 bar
SPIGOT 44.42 (1.749")
44.38 (1.747")

44.5 72(2.83")
3 Holes 1/4" - 20 UNC 0,41
0,30 0,30
5 bar
(1.75") 55(2.16")
x 12 (0.47") Deep 29.5(1.16") 16
34 16
3 bar
2 Ports 0,33
on 63.5 (2.5") P.C.D. 25.4
O27(1.06") A 3/8" N.P.T. 0,24 0,24
(1") 4 bar 25
12 122 bar
0,24
0,18 0,18

(2.06") (2.03")
51.5
MOUNTING

15 0,16 17
8 8
14(0.551") 0,12 0,12
52.45 3 bar
12.700 (0.5000")
12.687 (0.4995")

8
4
(0.156")

0,08
0,06 0,06 4
3.97

11.5 A.F
(0.45")

16(0.63") 2 bar
(1.024")

50 Weight: 7.0lb 0 750 1500 2250 3000 0 750 1500 2250 3000
26

(1.97") 3.2kg SPEED revs per min SPEED revs per min
2 HOLES M6 X
25 10 (0.40") Deep
KEY 5 (0.197") SQUARE X 20 (0.78")

(1.0")
MODEL VS2C D71 configuration
Muffler supplied with motor.
Motor is reversible.
109.946 (4.3286")
110.000 (4.3307")

30 86 2 Ports G 3/8"
Attitude: The motor can be operated in all positions.
LONG ROUNDED ENDS

160 (6.30") (1.18") (3.4") 55 (2.16")


3.5 Maximum temperature -20C to +80C (-4F to +176F).
14.012 (0.5516")
14.001 (0.5512")

(0.14") 27 Muffler supplied with motor. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE


45
43.5 A (1.06")
(1.69")
AIRLINE
Motor FILTRATION AND LUBRICATION
is reversible. -200C to +600C
Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator.
suitable for the flow required. Prior to initial start-up, (-40F to -1400F).
ATTITUDE
MOUNTING

inject oil into the inlet port.


104(4.09")
SPIGOT

Lubricator drop rate 4-5 drops/minute continuous


The motor
ti can berate
operated intermittent operation AIRLINE FILTRATION
in all positions.
14(0.551")
Lubricator drop 9-12 drops/minute
(2.06")
52.45

Use 64 micron filtration or better.


Maximum continuous speed 3000 rpm
(1.024")
26

16.00 (0.6299") 9 50
15.87 (0.6248") (0.35") 2 HOLES M6 X (1.97") MAXIMUM SPEED 3000 RPM
4 Holes 9 (0.35") 36 (1.42") 25 10 (0.40") Deep 96 (3.78") Weight: 9.7 lb
Equi-spaced on (1.0") (4.4 Kg)
130 (5.118") P.C.D. TAPPED HOLE IN SHAFT. When operating above 50% of the maximum speed please consult your supplier.
M5 X 15 (0.59") DEEP.

10 NOTE: With mains air at A shaft rotation is clockwise. Reverse port connections for opposite rotation. Muffler supplied with motor.

40 41
DIMENSIONS V4
DIMENSIONS V4-NL

MODEL VA4C Nema 56C configuration 52 102 O 165 (6.5")


TORQUE - SPEED TORQUE - PRESSURE

114.27 (4.499")
114.20 (4.496")
4 Holes - 3/8" - 16-UNC (2.05") (4.00") 55 (2.16") TORQUE TORQUE
Nm Nm
15.875 (0.6250")
15.862 (0.6425")

Equi-spaced on 53
149.23 (5.875") P.C.D. 2 Ports 1/2" N.P.T.
(2.09")
35 A 5,3
7,2 7,2 3,3
4,5 4,5
(1.38")
4,7
6,4 6,4 3,0
4,0 4,0
Maximum
Starting
4,1
5,6 5,6 2,6
3,5 3,5
Torque

(1.95")
MOUNTING

49.5
SPIGOT
7 bar
3,5 4,8 3,0

Torque (lb-ft)
2,2

Torque (lb-ft)
4,8 3,0

Torque Nm
Torque Nm
24 (0.94")
6 bar

(2.07")
2,9 4,0 1,8 2,5

52.5
4,0 2,5 Minimum
5 bar
2,4
3,2 3,2 1,5
2,0
Starting
2,0
Torque

(1.102")
4 bar

28.0
Key 4.76 (0.188") SQ.
36.5 (1.438") LG Weight: 12 lb 1,8
2,4 2,4 1,1
1,5 1,5
3 (5.1 Kg) 3 bar
(0.12") 4 HOLES M6 X 50 (1.97") 1,2
1,6 1,6 0,7
1,0 1,0
12 (0.47") DEEP 2 bar
O 96 (3.8")
40 (1.57") 0,6
0,8 0,8 0,4
0,5 0,5
MODEL VA4J Foot Mounting configuration 44.5 89 (3.5") 96 (3.8")
12.700 (0.5000")
12.687 (0.4995")

(1.75") 38 (1.5")
55 2 Ports
0 750 1500 2250 3000 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
35 (1.38")
A (2.16") 1/2" N.P.T. SPEED revs per min PRESSURE Bar

(1.95")
49.5
15

POWER - SPEED Free air AIR CONSUMPTION - SPEED

89 (3.50")
KEY 3.18 (0.125") SQ kW l/sec
3.97 (0.156") 19 (0.75") LONG 1,96 1,44 10650 7 bar
50

Air consumption cu.ft/min free air


1,44
1,80 1,32
7 bar
38 (1.5") 4 MOUNTING HOLES
1,32 6 bar
90 (3.54") 16 (0.63") 7 (0.28)
(9.32") 1,63 1,20
24 (0.94") 76 (3.0") Weight: 8.5lb 1,20 85
40 40
26 (1.02")
(3.8kg) 1,47 1,08
6 bar 5 bar
1,08
1,30 0,96

res/sec free air


Horse power
0,96

Power kW
4 bar
MODEL VA4X Face Mounting configuration 1,14 0,84
5 bar 63
30 30
89 (3.5") 0,84
SPIGOT 44.42 (1.749")

44.5
44.38 (1.747")

96(3.8")
12.700 (0.5000")

0,98 0,72
12.687 (0.4995")

(1.75") 38 3 bar
3 HOLES, 1/4"- 20 UNC x 12 (1.5") 55(2.16") 2 Ports 1/2" N.P.T. 0,72
(0.47") Deep Spaced on 63.5 35 (1.38") 0,82 4 bar
0,60
(2.500") P.C.D. A 0,60 42
20 20
2 bar
0,65 0,48
0,48 3 bar
0,49
MOUNTING

0,36

(2.07") (1.95")
49.5
24 (0.94") 0,36 21 10
15 0,33 0,24
2 bar 10
0,24
3.97 52.5
0,16 0,12
(0.156") KEY 3.18(0.125") SQ 0,12
(1.102")

19 (0.75") LONG
0
28.0

16 Weight: 8.5lb 750 1500 2250 3000 0 750 1500 2250 3000
50
(0.63") (1.97")
(3.8kg) SPEED revs per min SPEED revs per min
4 HOLES M6 X
12 (0.47") DEEP
MODEL VS4C D71 configuration 40 (1.57")
KEY 5 (0.197") SQUARE X 20 (0.78")

Muffler supplied with motor.


30 (1.18") 103(4.06") Motor is reversible.
109.94 (4.3286")
110.00 (4.3307")

LONG ROUNDED ENDS.

3.5 55(2.16") Attitude:


Muffler The motor
supplied withcan be operated in all positions.
motor. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
14.012 (0.5516")
14.001 (0.5512")

160 (6.30") (0.14")


51.5
Maximum temperature -20C to +80C (-4F to +176F).
45 (2.03") A
35(1.38") Motor is reversible. -200C to +600C
2 Ports G 1/2"
AIRLINE FILTRATION AND LUBRICATION (-40F to -1400F).
ATTITUDE
Use 64 micron filtration or better. Choose a lubricator
Thesuitable
motor for thebeflow required.
inPrior to initial start-up,
MOUNTING

can operated all positions. AIRLINE FILTRATION


102 (4.02")
SPIGOT

24 (0.94")
inject oil into the inlet port.
Lubricator drop rate 4-5 drops/minute continuous operation. Use 5 micron filtration or better.
(2.067")
52.5

Lubricator drop rate 9-12 drops/minute intermittent operation.


Maximum continuous speed 3000 rpm
(1.102")
28.0

16.00 (0.6299")
15.87 (0.6248") 9 Weight: 12 lbs.. MAXIMUM SPEED 3000 RPM
(0.35") (5.1 Kg.)
4 HOLES 9 (0.35") EQUII-SPACED 39.5 (1.56") 4 HOLES M6 X 50(1.97")
ON 130 (5.118") P.C.D. TAPPED HOLE IN SHAFT. 12 (0.47") DEEP
96(3.78")
When operating above 50% of the maximum speed please consult your supplier.
M5 X 15 (0.59") DEEP.
40 (1.57")

12 NOTE: With mains air at A shaft rotation is clockwise. Reverse port connections for opposite rotation. Muffler supplied with motor.

42 43
DIMENSIONS V6
DIMENSIONS V6-NL

MODEL VA6C Nema 56C Configuration


52
46 138(5.43")
TORQUE TORQUE - SPEED TORQUE TORQUE - PRESSURE
165(6.5") (2.05)
(1.81") 66 65
Nm Nm
15.875(0.6250")
15.862(0.6245")

45 (2.56") 2 PORTS
3(0.12") 5 (2.60") A 3/4" N.P.T. 8,0
11 11 6,6
9 9
(0.2")
114.27(4.499") 41
7,4
10 10 Maximum
(1.63") 8
5,9
114.20(4.496") 7 bar
9 8
Starting
10
6,6
Torque

MOUNTING SPIGOT
5,99 8 5,1
7 7
6 bar
7

134(5.28")
4 HOLES 8
5,1 4,4
6 6

Torque (lb-ft)
M6 X 9(0.35")

Torque (lb-ft)
4,47 6

Torque Nm
5 bar

Torque Nm
72.5(2.85")
DEEP
3,76 5 3,7
5 5
34(1.339")
3,06 4 bar 4
3 4
3,0 Minimum
4
2,2

(2.20")
5

56
2 Starting
1,5
4
3 bar
3
2,2 3
Torque
4 HOLES, 3/8"-16 UNC
KEY 4.76(0.188") SQ 10
46
64 0,7 1
EQUISPACED ON 149.23 (1.811") Weight: 22lb 3
(5.875") P.C.D. 36.5(1.438") LG. (0.39") (2.53")
(10kg) 2 bar 1,5 2
130(5.13") 2 2
2 0,7 1
1
49.2 135 (5.31") 1
MODEL VA6J Foot Mounting Configuration 2 PORTS 3/4"
(1.94") 62 130(5.13")
(2.44") 41 65(2.56")
N.P.T. 0 750 1500 2250 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
59 (2.31") RAD. A
12 (1.63") SPEED revs per min PRESSURE Bar
(0.47")
15.875 (0.625")
15.862 (0.624")

150.5 (5.94")
POWER - SPEED Free air AIR CONSUMPTION - SPEED

88.9 (3.5")
kW l/sec
KEY 4.76 (0.188") SQ 2,40
3,26 2,40 169
80 80

Air consumption cu.ft/min free air


36.5 (1.438") LG
20 (0.78")
2,94
2,16 2,16
7 bar 7 bar
148
70 70
63.5 4 holes
(2.50") 9 (0.35)
11/32" 2,61
1,92 1,92 6 bar
127 (5.00") 39.55 44.4 108 (4.250") Weight: 17lb 6 bar 127
60 60
(7.6kg) 2,28
1,68 1,68 5 bar

Horse power
(1.56") (1.75")

res/sec free air


105 50

Power kW
1,96
1,44 5 bar
1,44 50
4 bar
MODEL VA6X Face Mounting Configuration 49.2 135 (5.31")
(1.94") 62 130(5.13") 1,63
1,20 1,20
4 bar 84
40 40
3 bar
2 PORTS 3/4"
59 (2.31") (2.44") 41
12 A 65(2.56") N.P.T. 1,30
0,96 0,96
RAD.
57.15 (2.250") (0.47")
(1.63")
3 bar
63
30 30
2 bar
57.10 (2.248") 0,98
0,72 0,72
15.875 (0.625")
15.862 (0.624")

42
20 20
MOUNTING

0,65
0,48 0,48
2 bar

134(5.28")
SPIGOT

4 HOLES
M6 X 9(0.35")
0,33 0,24 21
10 10
DEEP 0,24

(2.85")
72.5
34(1.339")
KEY 4.76 (0.188) SQ
4.76 (1.188")
36.5 (1.438") LG 0 750 1500 2250 0 750 1500 2250
20 (0.78") SPEED revs per min SPEED revs per min
5 (0.2") 64 Weight: 17lb
3 HOLES 5/16" - 18 UNC X 20 (25/32") DEEP
EQUISPACED ON 101.6 (4.000") P.C.D. 46 (2.53") (7.6kg)
(1.811")
KEY 6(0.236") SQUARE X 30(1.18")

MODEL VS6C D80 Configuration


LONG ROUNDED AT ONE END

65
2 PORTS G3/4"
130.000 (5.181")
129.937 (5.156")

200 (7.87") 40 152(5.98") (2.559")


A
(1.57") 41
19.009(0.7484")
18.996(0.7479")

45 78 (1.61") Muffler supplied with motor. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE


3.5 (3.07")
(0.14")
Motor is reversible. -200C to +600C

(-40F to -1400F).
(5.27")

ATTITUDE
134

4 HOLES
MOUNTING

M6 X 9(0.35") The motor can be operated in all positions. AIRLINE FILTRATION


SPIGOT

DEEP
(2.85")

Use 64 micron filtration or better.


72.5

34(1.339")

TAPPED HOLE
IN SHAFT M6 X 15
52 46
(0.59") DEEP. 64
21.50(0.8464") 10 (2.05") (1.811")
(2.53") Weight: 25lb MAXIMUM SPEED 2000 RPM
21.27(0.8374") (0.39") (11.3kg)
4 HOLES 12(0.47") EQUI-SPACED 60.8 O130(5.12")
(2.39") When operating above 50% of the maximum speed please consult your supplier.
ON 165(6.496") P.C.D.

14 NOTE: With mains air at A shaft rotation is clockwise. Reverse port connections for opposite rotation. Muffler supplied with motor.

44 45
DIMENSIONS V8
DIMENSIONS V8-NL

MODEL VA8C I45 TC Configuration

114.30(4.500")
MOUNTING SPIGOT 114.23(4.497")
215(8.47") 78(3.07")

4.75(0.187")
4.78(0.188")
165(6.50")
83(3.27")
TORQUE TORQUE - SPEED TORQUE TORQUE - PRESSURE
54(2.125") 47(1.84")
OVERKEY 24.01(0.945") 2 PORTS Nm Nm
23.90(0.941") 3(0.12") 1" N.P.T. A
15,5
21 21 13,3
18 18
14,0
19 19 16
11,8
16 Maximum
13,3
18 18 Starting

149(5.88")

140(5.50")
4 HOLES
16 10,3 14
M8 X 12 11,8
16 7 bar 14 Torque
(0.47")
10,3 14 12

78(3.07")
14
DEEP.
6 bar 8.8
12

Torque Nm
13

Torque (lb-ft)
Torque (lb-ft)
51
45 9,6
13

Torque Nm
(2.008")
7,4 10
8,1 5 bar 11

22.23(0.875")
22.21(0.874")
11 10
10 Minimum
8
7,4
10 4 bar 5,9 Starting
Weight: 26lb 8

(2.638")
(0.393)
10(0.375")
4 HOLES TAPPED 3/8" - 16 UNC (11.8kg) 5,98 8 Torque

67
ON 149.23(5.875") P.C.D.
4,4 6
4,46 3 bar 6 6
MODEL VA8J Foot Mounting Configuration
3,75 2 bar 5 4
3,0 4
202(7.97")
78 (3.07")
53(2.09") 71(2.80") 2 PORTS
140(5.50")
2,23 3 2
21.12 (0.831") 47(1.84") 2
1,5
2
4.75(0.187")
4.78(0.188")

1" N.P.T.
OVERKEY 21.00 (0.827")
35
10(0.39") 1,52
(1.37")
A 0 750 1500 2250 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
SPEED revs per min PRESSURE Bar

160(6.31")
19.06(0.750")
19.04(0.749")

89(3.50")
POWER - SPEED Free air AIR CONSUMPTION - SPEED
kW l/sec
114.3 (4.50") 4 HOLES 28(1.10") 4,9 3,6 254
120 120
7 bar

Air consumption cu.ft/min free air


72(2.84") Weight: 24lb 3,60
9 (11/32") 134(5.26")
45.5 51(2.00") (11.1kg)
39(1.53") 7 bar
(1.79") 6 bar
4,1
3,00 3,0 212
100 100
MODEL VA8X Face Mounting Configuration 6 bar 5 bar

res/sec free air


202 (7.97")
3,3 2,4 169
80 80
76.1 (2.996")

2,40

Horse power
140 (5.50")
76.2 (3.00")

53 71 (2.80") 5 bar 4 bar


4.75 (0.187")
4.78 (0.188")

78 (3.07")
(2.09)
(20.9") 10 2 PORTS

Power kW
21.12 (0.831") 47 (1.84")
21.00 (0.827") (0.39") 1" N.P.T.
35
(1.37") 1,80
2,4 1,8
4 bar 127
60 60
3 bar
MOUNTING SPIGOT

A
45
2 bar
1,20 3 bar
1,2 84
40 40

149 (5.88")
4 HOLES M8 X 12 1,6
(0.47") DEEP.
78 (3.07")

2 bar
19.06 (0.750") 51
0,60 0,6 42
20 20
19.04 (0.749") (2.008") 0,8
28 (1.10")
(2.638")

4 HOLES TAPPED 3/8" - 16 UNC X 16 DEEP


EQUISPACED ON 98.43 (3.875") P.C.D. 39 (1.53") WEIGHT 24lbs 0 750 1500 2250 0 750 1500 2250
67

87 (3.44") (11.1Kg)
SPEED revs per min SPEED revs per min
MODEL VS8C D90 Flange Configuration
MOUNTING SPIGOT 130.000 (5.1181")
129.937 (5.1156")

KEY 8 (0.315") SQUARE X 7 (0.276") DEEP


X 36 (1.42") LONG ROUNDED ENDS
200 (7.87")
50 155 (6.10")
2 PORTS G 1"
Muffler supplied with motor.
Motor is reversible.
24.009 (0.9452")
23.996 (0.9447")

(1.97") 78 (3.07")
45 84 (3.31")
3.5 A 47 (1.85") Attitude: The motor can be operated in all positions.
(0.14")
Maximum
Muffler temperature
supplied -20C to +80C (-4F to +176F).