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Dry Screw Vacuum Pumps

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Dry vacuum pumps are the newest development in the vacuum pump industry. They offer a number of advantages over the traditional vacuum pump designs. There is in contact “NO OIL / NO WATER” with the process vapours, therefore they are considered extremely environment friendly.

Features

  • 100% Oil Free Dry Pumping
  • Hybrid combined variable pitch screw
  • Faster pump down time
  • Superior ultimate vacuum
  • Lower discharge temperature
  • Lower power consumption
  • Lower noise & vibration
  • PEEK Coated

 

Dimensional Diagram of Dry Screw Vacuum Pump

 Dry Screw Vacuum Pump Dimensions

 

Side \ Model ESPH150 ESPH300 ESPH400 ESPH800 ESPH1500 ESPH3000
A 262 367 416 493 694 728
B 210 290 310 348 440 444
C 723 893 1,015 1,140 1,592 1,757
D 144 190 202 212 290 320
E 260 342 367 391 538 585
F 170 222 260 295 400 446
G 421 552 626 704 1,037 1,074
H 316 432 483 544 717 820
I 124 148 161 193 248 348
J 74 109 106 116 180 210
K 42.5 58 53.5 73 110 125
Suction Port 40 50 65 100 125 150
Discharge Port 40 50 50 65 80 100
             

 

 

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