Merlin pressure - vacuum pumps were specially designed for applications in the Printing Industry. They deliver blast air and vacuum air at the same time for all applications in the Printing Industry in which paper must be rapidly, securely and precisely moved
Rotating liquid ring vacuum pumps and blowers (commonly known as compressors) are used in various processes which demand suction and forced flows of oil-free gases, especially in the chemical, pharmaceutical, food processing, paper-making, and textile industries, as well as for the priming of impeller pumps and siphons.
Turbopumps with TPR designation are parallel connected twin impeller belt driven units. Cooling air is introduced into the unit through an adjustable vacuum relief valve. The vacuum pressure in the system can be held constant when different outlets are opened. The turbopumps are equipped with thermal overload protection on the outboard bearing ...
Turbopumps TSD 30/36 are direct driven twin impeller series connected units. This is used in demanding applications where high vacuum levels are required. To ensure that cooling air is available to the pump when all outlets are closed, the turbo-pump can be equipped with a cooling air inlet.
Liquid jet vacuum pumps suck off gases and/or vapours from a process. The lowest possible suction pressure in the reactor is only limited by the vapour pressure of the motive liquid. It is possible to compress to atmospheric or even higher pressure.