Using rotary vane pumps in analytical measurement instruments

 

The most important feature of pumps used in analytical instruments is their compactness. Very often, the operating environments of rotary vane pumps in the interior of an analyzer mean limited venting and difficult access to the pump compartment. Heat emitted by the pump may lead to the instability of electronic components.

Temperature problems are minimized by the use of a rotary vane pump designed for relatively cold operation. When planning a rotary vane pump, the developer may design the product for best possible water vapor tolerance. There are significant differences with rotary vane pumps and accessories in terms of thermal performance and leakage. The correct selection of pump and accessories can offer significant improvements.

To avoid any temperature problems due to the heat emission of the rotary vane pump, the Pfeiffer Vacuum DuoLine is the optimal solution for analytical systems.To avoid any temperature problems due to the heat emission of the rotary vane pump, the DuoLine is optimal for analytical systems.

Thermal image of the Duo 1.6 in comparison to the previous version Duo 1.3Thermal image of the Duo 1.6 in comparison to the previous version Duo 1.3

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