Girovac Ltd

Vacuum Pumps come in many different forms, depending on the process for which they have been selected. Below is a short list of some well known types.

Oil lubricated 1 and 2 stage rotary vane pumps will generally obtain vacuum levels from 10-1 mbar to 10-3 mbar. Mechanical booster (Roots) pumps, when connected in series with a rotary pump, will often produce vacuums a decade better. These pumps are used for high gas throughput applications.

Other vacuum pumps such as Carbon Vane, Diaphragm and Scroll pumps will give the user process pressures from 100 mbar to 10-4 mbar.

Turbo Molecular Pumps will be used where a 'clean' vacuum is required down to better than 10-6 mbar.

Finally, Diffusion Pumps may give the same low vacuum but will require inlet baffles to reduce contaminating oil backstreaming.

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Vacuum Pumps

RECONDITIONED E2M8 1Ph

E2M8 Vacuum Pump 9.5M3/Hr 158L/Min Fully Reconditioned

RECONDITIONED E2M5 1Ph

E2M5 Vacuum Pump 5.6M3/Hr 93L/Min Fully Reconditioned

RECONDITIONED E2M18 1Ph

E2M18 Vacuum Pump 20.5M3/Hr 341L/Min Fully Reconditioned.

RECONDITIONED DIFFSTAK 160/700M

The compact water-cooled Diffstak pumps with an integral ...

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