Novag I Single-Phase

Technical specifications

MAX OUTPUT4 Kg/min
MAX PRESSURE175 bar
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION1NPE 230V 50 Hz
2PE 230V 50 Hz
HEATING POWER3,6 kW
MOTOR POWER1,8 kW
HOSE HEATING1,6 kW (optional)
MACHINE CONSUMPTIONRecirculation hoses: 12A + 16A - 2 plugs
230 V heated hoses: 16A + 16A - 2 plugs
LV heated hoses: 12A + 16A + 9A - 3 plugs
MAX HOSE LENGTHRecirculation hoses: 11 m
230 V heated hoses: 20 m
LV heated hoses: 48 m
WEIGHT165 Kg (without oil product)
MAX TANK CAPACITY30 l + 30 l
OIL CAPACITY18 l
DIMENSIONSH: 1228 mm W: 605 mm L: 819 mm

Documentation

Service Manual

 

 Parts Manual

 

 Brochure

Features and Characteristics

The new NOVAG I hydraulically driven proportioning unit has been designed and manufactured to fulfil the most demanding requirements of industrial foam in place applications of two component systems requiring high dosing precision to assure the best mixing quality of the chemical components. Its particular configuration facilitates easy access to all its components, simplifies the control functions and significantly reduces maintenance time.

 

Primary Heating System

The primary heating system consists of two separate independent tube heaters. Each heater incorporates two 900 W heating elements that supply a total power of 1800 W with the necessary control of safety features for the accurate and reliable system performance.

 

Heated Hose System

The new Novag I can be equipped with 3 different hose options:

· 230V heated hose with a fix and only length of 20m.
· Low voltage heated hose up to 48m. This option requires additional 2000W transformer.
· Non-heated recirculation hoses with a length of 11m.

 

Control Panel

The control panel consists of a touch screen that incorporates specially designed software to facilitate the selection and control of all working parameters in quick and easy manner. A sophisticated alarm system warns the operation of any error in the process to ensure the right application of the products.
As an additional feature, a phase connection alarm is incorporated into the design to avoid costly repairs from errors or mistakes when plugging the machine into the electrical supply.