LZL03 M-IEC: Vane air motor, direct driven - Atlas Copco Lebanon

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LZL03 M-IEC: Vane air motor, direct driven

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The LZL03 M-IEC is a reversible, lubrication-free air motor which provides reliable running at very low and medium speeds. The absence of lubrication results in a cleaner surrounding area and no contaminating aerosols to come in contact with the driven equipment. These motors are ideal for mixing and other applications.

Features & benefits

  • Sturdy, compact construction to withstand rough treatment
  • Lubrication free
  • Double seals at the outgoing shaft
  • Powder coated body for good corrosion resistance
  • Reliable starting
  • High starting torque and good low speed characteristics
  • Rust protected front
  • Can stand high axial and radial forces
  • ATEX certified, Class Ex ll 2G T5 llC D85°C

Technical data

Technical Specifications
Shaft typeKeyed
Weight3.8 kg
Rotation directionReversible
Vane typeLubrication free
External parts material
Built in brakeNo
ATEX codeEx II 2GD c T6 IIC T85 ᵒC
Air consumption at 3000 RPM16 l/s
Torque at 3000 RPM1.3 Nm
Max allowed speed3000 r/min
Stall torque3.3 Nm
Power at 3000 RPM0.41 kW

Included accessories with this product

  • Screwdriver


    4430 1424 00

  • Silencer


    0803 5011 06

Spare parts lists, Dimensional drawings, Exploded Views, Service Instructions, etc.

Spare parts, Dimensional Drawings, Service Instructions, Industrial tools.
Below you find links to Atlas Copco ServAid application, where you find spare parts list and product instructions and a link to the Dimensional Drawing archive where you can find 2D and 3D drawings in PDF, DXF and IGS format.

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Eco Design
Within Industrial Technique we approach Eco Design from six different areas. These form the core of the Eco Design review performed in each product development project. This procedure helps define Eco Design targets early in the project.
    We avoid hazardous substances and materials listed on the Atlas Copco Restricted & Prohibited list.
    We use materials and structural features to minimize the product’s weight and invest in strong, durable materials to protect the product.
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