Hi guys. Dumb question: The maximum discharge pressure that can be developed by an AODD pump is only what is available from the motive air supply - correct? In other words, if I have 100 psig air available, the best I can possibly get out of the pump is 100 psig discharge, and likely a little less when accounting for the losses here and there.
Is there any way to get more than that out of an AODD? I need to discharge at about 150 psig or so.
Thanks guys! Pete
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