Laboratory Vacuum Pump

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Max. Capacity50 LPM to 20,000 Lpm
Max. VacuumSingle Stage: 0.05 mm of Hg
Max. VacuumTwo-Stage: 0.005 mm of Hg
Recommend Motor0.25 HP to 25 HP
Speed1450 RPM


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Laboratory Vacuum Pump

Our laboratory vacuum pump offers superior versatility, designed to meet the demanding needs of scientific research and industrial applications. This pump can handle a range of tasks, from simple fluid extraction to complex vacuum-assisted processes. With its robust design and reliable performance, you can rely on this pump to deliver consistent results in your laboratory setting.

High-Efficiency Vacuum Technology

Experience high efficiency with our advanced vacuum technology. This laboratory vacuum pump uses a precision-engineered motor and vacuum system to provide consistent, stable vacuum levels for your experiments and projects. The pump’s energy-efficient design ensures it runs smoothly with minimal noise, allowing you to maintain a quiet working environment. The durability of its components means less maintenance and longer life, saving you time and money.

User-Friendly Features

Designed with user convenience in mind, our laboratory vacuum pumps comes with easy-to-use controls and clear display indicators. The compact and lightweight design makes it portable, while the ergonomic handle allows for comfortable transport. The pump includes safety features like automatic shut-off to prevent overheating, ensuring your safety and the longevity of the pump. The quick-connect fittings make installation and operation a breeze, allowing you to focus on your work without unnecessary delays.

How To Choose the Right Laboratory Vacuum Pump?

There are a few factors that you need to consider when choosing the right vacuum pump for your laboratory. First, oil-free vacuum pumps that utilize dry lubricant rather than oil are the most frequent types. On the other hand, the Rotary Vane is a type of oil-sealed pump used for several laboratory applications. Water Aspirants are also simple to use and inexpensive, but they need continuous water flow.

The pump can be purchased in two versions: Max Vacuum and Max flow rate. The maximum amount of suction a lab vacuum may obtain is the Max vacuum. Finally, the lab vacuum pump’s maxed flow rate, often known as pumping speed, is the best rate at which you can remove vapors.

Also, choose the motor’s horsepower per your application’s required suction power.

The amount of noise produced by the pump is also important, especially if you’ll be using it in a shared space. Oil pump motors tend to be noisy, while dry pumps are much quieter.

Consider the weight as well. If you are moving it around often, choose a lighter model. Also, consider the size of the hose barb inlet and outlet. Make sure it’s the right size for your needs.

When choosing laboratory Equipment like a vacuum pump, it’s important to remember all these factors. By researching and taking the time to find the right pump for your needs, you’ll surely find a great pump that will serve you well for many years to come.


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