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ARE YOU USING "ROTARY VANE VACUUM PUMP" & NOT HAPPY WITH IT?ARE YOU A VICTIM OF ?
What is the working principle of a Rotary Vane Vacuum Pump Pump?
The Rotary vane vacuum pump is based on the principle of volume reduction, the entire cylinder housing is immersed in Oil and Oil acts as a sealer to reduce/minimise the slip losses between the rotary vanes and the stationary cylinder. This ensures tight sealing and minimal war loss on the blades. Oil lubrication can only be achieved by differential pressure between the housing and oil separator housing. Some oil pipes are used between the housings to achieve this. A cylindrical housing houses a rotating rotor. It is placed eccentrically so that the top of the housing touches the top. Centrifugal force is applied to the housing's wall by the blades. This creates three chambers that capture air. The vacuum chamber (suction) opens when the first chamber is opened. The rotor rotates and the next blade closes the chamber. (And opens directly next one). At this point, the air volume between the blades is at its maximum. The volume reduction of the oil gas mixture causes it to be compressed and then blows out into an oil separator housing.
|Some pumps are equipped with outlets valves that stop backflow of air after the pump has reached its maximum pressure or is turned off. The complex design of the oil separator housing allows oil to be mechanically separated from gas. The oil sump is where the oil is collected. This removes 95-98% oil from the air. The oil-gas mixture is then passed through fine filter elements to remove any small oil particles. These oil particles are then reintroduced to the oil circuit via a float valve. You can blow virtually oil-free gas through either the air outlet, hoses, or pipes.|
Super Vane is vacuum packages offered by Everest Vacuum as an alternative to Dry Vacuum Systems. These vacuum systems are a combinateion of a Roots vacuum Pump combined with a Rotary vane Vacuum Pump which are typically designed for being operated as semi-dry vacuum systems for clean vacuum applications. They are cost-effective solutions where contamination from process vapor is not a threat.
Everest Vacuum is a leading vacuum systems solution provider with great after sales service & support, they have done brilliantly well in understanding our
complete product & process requirement, designed a customised solution for us & supported us in commissioning of the product in the right fashion. We had to upgrade our installations from Stem/Water Jet ejectors to Dry Screw Vacuum Pumps looking into the enormous advantages that it would offer in terms of consistent deep vacuum & environmental friendly technology. We are very glad that we dealt with such a company who demonstrated high standards of professionalism along without losing sight of customer requirements. We would like to work with them again in the future & wish them all the best.
Mr. Kunal Sikchi
MD, Matrix LifeSciences
We have been using Everest Dry Vacuum Pumps & Systems for more than 5 years now. Everest machines are running very efficiently and have helped us save millions of rupees in terms of enhancement in productivity, downtime and innovative engineering.
Mr. RP Bhosale
AVP, Engineering (Vinati Organics limited)
The Machines procured from Everest are running well in our processes. The Commissioning team of Everest has shown their expertise with the processes and has successfully completed the commissioning of the machine.
Mr. Suresh Bahadur
AVP, Admark Polycoats Pvt Ltd.