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  • Synthetic Vacuum Pump Oil Resists Emulsification, Lasts Longer, Avoids Costly Cleaning in Meat Processing Plant
    Exposure to high levels of water. vapor in the air being removed from. a food processing chamber. caused. premature failure of the mineral oil. used to lubricate. the vacuum pump. under ordinary operating conditions. The mineral oil would emulsify with. the water thereby degrading its. performance
  • Vacuum Pump Exhaust Filters Application Note(.pdf)
    In many packaging and manufacturing applications, the use of vacuum pump exhaust filters is quickly becoming the standard. With heightened regulations from OSHA and the EPA, it is absolutely necessary to use filtration on the exhaust side of vacuum pump systems. Vacuum pumps, without exhaust
  • Molykote (R) Synthetic Oil Helps Solve Vacuum Pump Failure
    Oil additives in convention mineral. oil reacted with process gases. causing oil sludging, corrosion and. pitting inside the vacuum casing. resulting in mean time between. failure of 42 days. Each failure. resulted in costs of $8,000 to $9,000. dollars for parts and labor.
  • Molykote (R) brand Synthetic Blend Oil Eliminates Tar Buildup, Siezing in Vacuum Pump
    Lubrication technicians helped a chemicals manufacturer drive costs down. by solving a vacuum pump failure, increasing the pump's maintenance. intervals 15-fold and saving over $12,000 in related costs during the first. year of operation.
  • Primary Vacuum Pumping in Mass Spectrometry Systems (.pdf)
    ), gas chromatography-MS (GC-MS) and inductively coupled plasma MS (ICP-MS). New developments in oil-free (dry) primary vacuum pumps have been introduced recently to the scientific instrument user markets and their impact is discussed below.
  • Robust Vacuum Solutions in Biomass Processing (.pdf)
    ), is the next step in the design. Wet technologies include liquid ring vacuum pumps, steam, ejectors and oil-sealed pumps. Dry technologies include claw, screw and Roots mechanisms and air ejectors. Correct system design is the concluding step in ensuring mechanical, electrical and regulations and standards
  • Vacuum and Pressure Handbook: Combined Systems, Appendix [Sample Problems, Glossary]
    Problem: A pressure source is used to agitate a plating tank of corrosive chemicals. Depth of liquid in the tank is 6 ft. A pipe with forty 1/32-in. diameter holes placed at bottom of tank will discharge air and promote agitation of the fluid. The pump must be oil-less so that no oil contamination
  • Contamination: hydraulic system enemy no. 1
    cooling. Leaky reservoirs and seals, careless use of steam cleaners or high-pressure washers, can also introduce water. Demulsifiers in most oils help separate the heavier water portion for draining. Special coalescent materials, desiccants, centrifuges, and vacuum hydration are other ways to eliminate

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