With 2-stage rotary vane design, 1hp oil-operated vacuum pump offers a high 10 CFM or 12 CFM with low noise and high efficiency.
- Lightweight and durable aluminum alloy casing
- Direct dirve motor with full copper wire structure, easy starting and strong construction
- Non-slip top handle for portability
- Built-in high-volume cooling fan to provide thermal protection and extend service life
- Big oil sight glass for viewing oil level
- Oil drain plug at the bottom of oil reservior for fast draining
- Oil anti-back valve designto prevent oil from flowing back to pollute the pump system when the pump stops.
- Large torque design makes the vacuum pump easy to startup, even under low temperature environment (5℃) or low voltage.
Applications: The 2-stage oil-flooded rotary vane vacuum pump is widely used in food packaging, scientific research, medical treatment, laboratories, automobile reparation, gas analysis, medicine mechanism, printing mechanism and other vacuum evacuation.
||Two stage vacuum pump
|Free Air Displacement
||2*10^-1Pa / 1.5micron
Vacuum Pump Details
Tips: How to Select a Vacuum Pump?
Different vacuum system configurations need to be selected for different vacuum sections in order to meet the process indexes, work efficiency and equipment life requirements of different products. For optimal configuration, the following points should be considered when selecting the vacuum system:
1. The vacuum required for each process must be checked first. Because each process has its own vacuum range, it must be carefully studied and determined.
2. Check the ultimate vacuum of the vacuum pump based on the determination of the vacuum required by the process, because the ultimate vacuum of the pump determines the optimal operating vacuum of the system. Generally speaking, the ultimate vacuum of the pump is 20% lower than the operating vacuum of the system and 50% lower than the ultimate vacuum of the front stage pump.
3. Check and determine the type and volume of pumping required by the process. If the type of gas pumped reacts with the liquid in the pump, the pump system will be contaminated. At the same time, the proper exhaust time and the amount of gas produced during the extraction must be considered.
4. Check the time required to reach the required vacuum degree, the flow resistance and leakage of the vacuum pipe. Consider the extraction flow rate required to maintain vacuum under certain process requirements after the required vacuum degree is achieved.