High vacuum pump

Monday, 06 April, 2009 | Supplied by: Javac Pty Ltd

The Vector high vacuum pump line is available in a range of flow rates to cater to diverse applications such as ammonia or corrosive acidic vapours.

The Vector features a finned oil box for greater cooling capability; improved oil flow for better lubrication and cooling; sustainable ultimate vacuum due to cooler running and less stress on oils; and a changeover cartridge is available on all models. The pumps have versatile connections to enable multiple choices of suction fittings and viton O-ring and seals throughout. A magnetic sump plug aids in capturing contaminants.

The fan-cooled motor and corrosive-resistant teflon coating on VLT series enhance the long-life design.

High vacuum pumps are suited to backing pumps such as diffusion, turbo, (cryo-roughing) in high vacuum systems and are the most economic form of achieving high vacuum in the 10-3 to 10-4 mbar region.

The Vector’s integrated electronic anti-suck-back device isolates the vacuum system holding the level of vacuum in the chamber, while simultaneously venting the vacuum pump in the event of a power failure or shutdown.

Each model offers optional inlet fittings including standard KF 25 for laboratories, allowing the user to select the appropriate connection for their application.

The larger finned surface area of the oil box enhances cooling capability and allows the vacuum pump to operate at maximum efficiency. Cooler oil temperatures also mean cooler mechanical parts, which results in less wear and tear.

Online: www.javac.com.au
Phone: 03 9763 7633
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