Leelam Industries offers electrically powered Single Stage Water Vacuum Pumps that can be used in various industrial applications such as chemical plants, sugar processing industries, pharmaceutical plants, and many more. It requires a three phase alternating voltage of 380 volts. This industrial pump is capable to remove fluid at a rate of 50 cubic meters per hour. Customers can get pumps from us at a price range in between 8000 to 80000 INR per unit.
Single Stage Water Vacuum Pumps Specifications:
- Max. power: 1500 W
- Voltage: 380 V
- Country of Origin: Made in India
- Phase: Three
- Max Flow Rate: 50 m3/hr
- Number Of Stages: Single stage
- Material: Mild Steel
- Model Name/Number: LM-W30
- Brand: Leelem Industries
- Power: 3 HP
- Usage/Application: Industrial
- Water as Working Fluid
- Low Vacuum Levels
- Compact Size
- No Oil Contamination
- Easy Maintenance
- Compatibility with Water-Soluble Gases
- Environmental Friendly
- Safety Features
- Versatile Applications
- Low Noise and Vibration
These vacuum pumps can be supplied with accessories like mechanical seal, special type couplings, water recirculation system, corrosion resistant coatings, exhaust silencer for specific application.
- Simple and Rugged Construction.
- Trouble free Operation.
- Easily Handle Dust Laded Gases.
Q: What is a single-stage water vacuum pump?
A: A single stage water vacuum pump is the one that operates based on the principle of ejector technology, where water is used for creating a jet of steam or air that entrains and removes gases from the system, resulting in a vacuum.
Q: What are the applications of single-stage water vacuum pumps?
A: Single stage water vacuum pumps are commonly used in different applications, such as:
- Laboratory and scientific research
- Vacuum filtration
- Vacuum distillation
- Vacuum drying
- Vacuum degassing
- Vacuum impregnation
- Vacuum chucking or holding in woodworking or glass industries
- HVAC systems for air conditioning and refrigeration
- Industrial processes requiring low vacuum levels
Q: What are the advantages of using single-stage water vacuum pumps?
A: Using single stage water vacuum pumps offer various advantages. They have a simple design with no moving parts, making them reliable and easy to operate. They are more affordable as compared to other types of vacuum pumps, making them suitable for applications with lower vacuum level requirements. These pumps require minimal maintenance as they do not have internal moving parts or require oil changes.
Q: How does a single-stage water vacuum pump work?
A: A single stage water vacuum pump works by using water as the working fluid for creating a vacuum. The pump consists of a jet assembly for injecting water through a venturi or nozzle. The water flow entrains and carries away the gases, and creates a vacuum within the pump's chamber. The entrained water and gases mixture are then separated, and the gases are expelled through an exhaust port, while the water is recirculated.
Q: Can single-stage water vacuum pumps achieve high vacuum levels?
A: Single stage water vacuum pumps are generally used for applications that require low vacuum levels, ranging from atmospheric pressure down to around 10-100 millibar.
Q: What maintenance is required for single-stage water vacuum pumps?
A: Maintenance for single stage water vacuum pumps is generally minimal. It involves inspecting and cleaning any filters, checking and cleaning the nozzle or venturi to ensure proper water flow, and ensuring proper water supply and drainage. This helps in maintaining optimal performance and preventing blockages or clogging.
Q: Are there any safety considerations when using single-stage water vacuum pumps?
A: Safety considerations include avoiding any electrical hazards, ensuring proper water supply and drainage, and following standard safety practices when working with vacuum systems.
Q: Can single-stage water vacuum pumps handle liquid or particulate matter?
A: Single-stage water vacuum pumps are generally not designed for handling liquids or large amounts of particulate matter and are primarily intended for gas and air removal applications.
Q: Can single-stage water vacuum pumps be used with corrosive gases?
A: Single stage water vacuum pumps may not be suitable for handling corrosive gases. Alternative vacuum pump options may be more appropriate in cases where corrosive gases are involved.