Central® Linear Air Pumps
Designed to deliver high volume of steady airflow at low-pressure ranges, Linear Air Pumps are of high efficiency, low energy consumption and perform with low operation noise. With no sliding parts and oil-less components, Air pump requires no lubrication and transfer air without any contamination. Line_Air_Pump
Product Features Applications
  • Steady airflow
  • Oil free, no contamination or pollution
  • Reliable intermittent or continuous duty operation
  • Long service life
  • Quiet and low vibration
  • Low energy consumption
  • Compact design and solid construction
  • Indoor or outdoor operation
  • Thermal protection
  • Simple maintenance
  • Aeration
  • Air purification
  • Air sampling
  • Bubble bath
  • Gas analyzer
  • Liquid agitation
  • Medical and scientific equipments
  • Pneumatic beds; air mattresses
  • Wastewater treatment; aerobic treatment
  • Various industry

  • Specifications
    Standard Models
    Flow Range Pressure Vacuum Case
    5 ~ 30 LPM
    0.2 ~ 1 CFM
    CT-6A
    CT-15A
    CT-6SA
    CT-15SA
    CT-20A
    30 ~ 60 LPM
    1 ~ 2.1 CFM
    CT-30
    CT-40
    CT-40
    40 ~ 80 LPM
    1.4 ~ 2.8 CFM
    CT-60
    CT-80
    CT-60
    60 ~ 160 LPM
    2 ~ 5.5 CFM
    CT-100
    CT-120
    CT-100
    125 ~ 230 LPM
    4.5 ~ 9 CFM
    CT-150
    CT-200
    CT-250
    CT-200
    150 ~ 500 LPM
    5 ~ 18 CFM
    CT-250
    CT-300
    CT-400
    CT-400
    ULCECENTRAL standard linear air pumps conform to the European Community's Machinery Directive (CE) and UL certified in compliance to US and Canadian safety standards for household, commercial, and industrial air compressors and vacuum pumps.

    JETCENTRAL linear air pumps are certified by Japan Electrical Safety & Environment Technology Laboratories (JET) to conform with the Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Law (DENAN).

    RoHSCENTRAL Linear Air Pump introduced from 2006 onward will meet the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) compliance directive of the European Union. The full description of this legislation, commonly called RoHS, is "Directive 2002/95/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 January 2003 on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
    The directive requires manufacturers to significantly reduce lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB), and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) content in electronics and electrical products sold in the EU beginning in July 2006.