We are offering heavy duty industrial class Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps that can be used in wide range of industrial sectors such as textile, printing, chemical, oil & gas, food, and many more. The offered positive displacement pump has sturdy alloyed steel vanes that impart high durability and robustness to bear extreme industrial conditions. It is in high demand due to its capability to operate at variable voltages for a longer period without any risk of damages. Buyers can get this pumps from our company as per their demands with an assurance of fast and safe delivery.
Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps Specifications:
- Pumping Speed: 1.25 m3/h
- Rated Power: 2 kW
- Country of Origin: Made in India
- Phase: Single
- Material: Mild Steel
- Brand: Leelam Industrial
- Automation Grade: Automatic
- Voltage: 220V
- Usage/Application: Industrial
Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps Features:
- Compact Design
- High Vacuum Levels
- Efficient Operation
- Quiet Operation
- Oil Lubrication
- Reliable Sealing
- Easy Maintenance
- Wide Range of Capacities
- Long Service Life
- Safety Features
Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps Benefits:
- Robust and economical
- Dry running
- Oil-lubricated gearboxes and bearings separated from the compression chamber
- Modular design
- Frequency control available
Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps FAQ:
Q: What is a rotary vane vacuum pump?
A: A rotary vane vacuum pump is a type of positive displacement pump which is used to create a vacuum by using rotating vanes or blades to compress air or gas. The vanes slide in and out of slots in the pump rotor, compressing and trapping the gas as the rotor spins.
Q: What are the applications of rotary vane vacuum pumps?
A: Rotary vane vacuum pumps have a variety of applications, such as:
- Vacuum packaging
- Laboratory and scientific research
- HVAC systems
- Printing and paper handling
- Food processing and packaging
- Vacuum drying
- Vacuum impregnation
- Vacuum metallurgy
- Electronic and semiconductor manufacturing
- Medical and pharmaceutical industries
Q: What are the advantages of using rotary vane vacuum pumps?
A: Some advantages of rotary vane vacuum pumps are:
- Reliability and durability
- Ability to achieve moderate to high vacuum levels
- Low maintenance requirements
- Quiet operation
- Compact size and ease of installation
- Cost-effectiveness compared to other vacuum pump types
- Wide range of applications and versatility
- Availability of various sizes and capacities to suit different requirements
Q: How does a rotary vane vacuum pump work?
A: Rotary vane vacuum pumps work by the following process:
As the rotor rotates, the vanes slide in and out of the rotor slots. Gas is drawn into the pump through the inlet port. The vanes then trap the gas between the rotor and the pump chamber walls. The gas is compressed as the volume between the vanes decreases. The compressed gas is thereby forced out through the exhaust port, creating a vacuum in the process.
Q: What maintenance is required for rotary vane vacuum pumps?
A: Regular maintenance for rotary vane vacuum pumps involves:
- Checking and replacing worn out vanes and seals
- Cleaning filters and screens
- Monitoring and changing oil or lubricant
- Checking and adjusting belt tension (if applicable)
- Inspecting and tightening bolts and connections
- Regularly monitoring pump performance and addressing any issues promptly
Q: Can rotary vane vacuum pumps handle liquids or particulate matter?
A: Rotary vane vacuum pumps are not designed for handling liquids or large amounts of particulate matter. They are intended to handle gases and air primarily. Liquids and solid particles can cause damage to the seals, vanes, and other internal components of the pump.
Q: Can rotary vane vacuum pumps achieve high vacuum levels?
A: Yes, rotary vane vacuum pumps can achieve moderate to high vacuum levels, generally up to around 10-3 or 10-4 millibar. However, achieving extremely high vacuum levels may require additional stages or the use of varied types of vacuum pumps, such as turbomolecular pumps or diffusion pumps.
Q: Are there any safety considerations when using rotary vane vacuum pumps?
A: Yes, some safety considerations when using rotary vane vacuum pumps are as follows:
- Proper grounding and electrical safety precautions
- Use of appropriate ventilation for dissipating heat generated by the pump
- Avoiding overloading the pump beyond its specified limits
- Following manufacturer guidelines for handling toxic or hazardous gases
- Regular inspection of the pump and associated components for any signs of leaks, wear, or damage