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  • How to Select the Right Vacuum Pump for the Application (.pdf)
    . in series with a suitable mechanical vacuum pump with a system capacity of 500 to. 20,000 CFM. The configurations vary with roots blowers in series or in parallel backed. by one or more mechanical vacuum pumps. Some heat treating applications call for. secondary vacuum pumps such as diffusion pumps
  • Pump Basics
    (or kinetic energy). This centrifugal movement simultaneously creates a vacuum capable of sucking the fluid to be pumped. Then the liquid is easily channeled by connecting the pump with the discharge piping, leading to the pump exterior. The impeller of a centrifugal pump can be built according
  • Recent Operating Experience with Dry Running Vacuum Pumps on Vacuum Degassing and Vacuum Oxygen Decarburising Systems (.pdf)
    for. high dust tolerance, are the major component of such "dry " vacuum degassing systems, and when backed by. rugged, dry, mechanical vacuum pumps form today's advanced dry pump systems. These systems are. superior to previously-used steam ejector systems particularly in that they enable better dust
  • Submersible Pumps vs. Self-Priming Centrifugal Pumps
    on the fluid (as the pump creates a vacuum. most openings; can be used in parallel for larger flows and in within the suction conduit — negative atmosphere) that. series for higher heads; main disadvantages and suction lift pushes it up and into the eye of the pump impeller, the cen-. limitations
  • Towards the Single Pump Solution - Recent Development in High Speed Machines for Dry Vacuum Pumping (.pdf)
    The goal of a single _dry_ pump capable of reaching high vacuum and itself exhausting to atmospheric pressure has long existed in the vacuum field. The development of a single-shaft, high-speed pump EPX _second generation_ mechanism has gone some considerable way to achieving this goal. The pump
  • How Pumps Work
    or gas) is pushed along in front of it. Behind the rolling pin, the tube springs back into its original shape, which creates a vacuum; atmospheric pressure pushes the fluid in to fill the vacuum. As the rolling pin approaches line B-B, start a second rolling pin at A-A. This will allow the pump
  • Introduction to Peristaltic Pumps
    have the peristaltic pump. By mechanical simulation the tube walls are squeeezed together to form a seal as the roller moves along the tube. The previously compressed tube regains original form and sucks fluid/gas into the formed vacuum to create a self-priming function. How a Peristaltic Pump
  • Vacuum and Pressure Handbook: Basic Concepts
    are devoted to the selection and operation of air compressors (Section. 11) and vacuum pumps (Section IV). Sections III and V cover accessories, work devices, and overall considerations for. pressure and vacuum systems, respectively. Section VI covers combination com-. pressor/vacuum pump systems

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