the piston cylinder
The piston or air motor that operates the double diaphragm pumps is similar to a simple piston rod that goes back and forth in a cylindrical tube. Compressed air is conducted into the piston cylinder through three air holes in such a way that longitudinal movement is created in the piston rod. The compressed air is input through two inlet holes and let out through an outlet port that is shared. This happens as the piston rods moves back and forth and left to right.
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