Vaccum Pumps Innovative Vacuum Technology for Chemical Process Technology

Editor: Ahlam Rais

Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems will be showcasing its latest vacuum solutions at Achema. The new Dolphin liquid ring vacuum pumps are the focus of this year's trade show presentation. The company will also be presenting its Atex T3-certified Cobra NC 0600 C screw vacuum pump.

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The Cobra NC 0600 C dry screw vacuum pump is used for transporting explosive and temperature-sensitive gases.
The Cobra NC 0600 C dry screw vacuum pump is used for transporting explosive and temperature-sensitive gases.
(Source: Busch Dienste)

With the new series of Dolphin LM/LT liquid ring vacuum pumps, the company has been able to optimise an existing product that has become an established component of many industrial processes, resulting in the development of extremely powerful, yet energy-efficient vacuum generators.

The firm will be demonstrating its liquid ring vacuum pumps from these series for the first time at its trade show booth. They are available in 13 sizes with pumping speeds of 80 to 900 cubic metres per hour.

According to the company, Dolphin LM are single-stage vacuum pumps for rough vacuum applications from atmospheric pressure to 130 hpa (mbar) ultimate pressure. The vacuum pump models are available in two-stage versions and cover the vacuum range from atmospheric pressure to 33 hpa (mbar). It also has a modular design with integrated flow channels. This makes them extremely compact and eliminates the need for base frames, adds the firm.

With the new Cobra NC 0600 C, the organisation is offering a dry screw vacuum pump that is certified according to Atex T3. It enables the transport of potentially explosive gases or vapours at ultimate pressures of 0.01 hpa (mbar) without the risk of contamination with operating fluids, claims the firm.

In general, the company’s screw vacuum pumps can be individually configured and perfectly adapted to the respective processes. In addition to various versions for use in potentially explosive areas or for transporting potentially explosive gases or vapours, they can be optimized for practically all applications in the field of chemical process technology.


Hall 8.0, Stand B27