pneumatic motors

View Tameson's range of pneumatic motors. Tameson's pneumatic motors are used to produce continuous rotary power from a compressed air system. Air vane motors boast several advantages over electric motors; as they do not require electrical... Read more Read more

Product Brand Length (mm) Idle rotational speed (1/min) Construction Air volume required (l/min) Machine weight (kg) Torque (Nm) Power output (W) Reversible Stall resistant Nominal rotational speed (1/min)
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+7 days
Tameson 179 630 Straight 330 0.6 - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+14 days
Tameson - 340 Straight - - 22.5 400 Yes Yes 170
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+8 days
Tameson 145 2040 Straight 330 0.5 - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+11 days
Tameson 179 1120 Straight 330 0.6 - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+13 days
Tameson 213 150 Straight 330 0.9 - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+14 days
Tameson 213 50 Straight 360 0.9 - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+11 days
Tameson 145 2100 Straight 380 0.5 - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+15 days
Tameson - 1800 Straight - - - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+11 days
Tameson 145 4620 Straight 330 0.5 - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+17 days
Tameson 247 7 Straight 380 1 - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+7 days
Tameson 145 4750 Straight 380 0.5 - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+9 days
Tameson 179 500 Straight 380 0.6 - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+14 days
Tameson - 660 Straight - - - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+8 days
Tameson - 2420 Straight - - - - - - -
Compressed Air Vane Motor...
+17 days
Tameson - 360 Straight - - - - - - -
pneumatic motors

pneumatic motors

View Tameson's range of pneumatic motors. Tameson's pneumatic motors are used to produce continuous rotary power from a compressed air system. Air vane motors boast several advantages over electric motors; as they do not require electrical power, air motors can be used in volatile atmospheres. Air vane motors rotate at high speeds as compressed air, nitrogen, or natural gas enters the sealed motor chamber and exerts pressure against a motor's vanes.