liquid ring vacuum pumps
Induvac supplies a wide range of liquid ring vacuum pumps. These pumps are suitable for continuous suction of both dry and completely with vapor saturated air and gases.
Induvac supplies a wide range of liquid ring vacuum pumps with capacities up to 30.000 m3/hr and a vacuum down to 10 mbar(a). These pumps are capable of handling high volumes of vapours, condensables and liquids without detrimental consequences to their performance or their mechanical reliability. Designed and manufactured under the ISO 9001 standards, all components are guaranteed for the selected materials, workmanship and performance through scrupulous inspections during production stages and final testing of finished product.
Besides the compact, simple and robust design wherefore the liquid ring is very reliable, the liquid ring vacuum pumps have the following characteristics;
- Compact and simple strong construction and therefore very reliable
- Also being used as a compressor
- Low noise level
- Pulsation free pressure or vacuum
- High quality standards
- Very low maintenance costs
- Liquid handling capability
- Large selection of different materials possible
- Long lifetime due to simple strong construction
The standard pump range can be supplied in cast iron, bronze or stainless steel. On request it is also possible to get more exclusive materials like Titanium, Ni-resist, Hasteloy-C etc.). It is also possible to get these pump with an internal coating, magnetic coupling or for example an ATEX execution.
- Single stage, direct coupled to motor, capacity up to 320 m3/hr, max. vacuum down to 33mbar(a).
- Single stage, lantern piece type for direct mounting with B5 motor, capacities up to 500 m3/hr and a max. vacuum down to 33 mbar(a).
- Single stage bare shaft, capacities from 400 m3/hr up to 1950 m3/hr, max. vacuum down to 33 mbar.
- Double stage, bare shaft, capacities up to 3200 m3/hr, max. vacuum down to 33 mbar(a).
- Single stage, bare shaft, capacities from 2500 up to 30.000 m3/hr, max. vacuum down to 150 mbar(a).