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Laboratory Vacuum Pump rentals

Considerations when renting or leasing a laboratory vacuum pump
Laboratory vacuum pumps are flexible tools that can help with a number of jobs around the lab, and are often in use by scientists as well as engineers. The pumps are capable of providing suction to help with filtration or aspiration, they can help to control evaporation of solvents in ovens gel dryers, and concentrators, they can help to collect gas samples from the atmosphere or from within test chambers, and they are callable of providing negative pressure. This will ensure that hazardous materials are not able to escape into the atmosphere. Some labs may have a vacuum pump already built into them, but this is not often the case with smaller labs and newer facilities.

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Kinney, Tristar, Model KTC-21Vacuum Pump,

Vacuum Pump, Kinney Tri-star, Model KTC-21   KTC pumps are compound vacuum pumps of the triplex design used for High pumping speed at pressures below 10 microns producing an ultimate vacuum muc ...
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Welch, Model 1402 Vacuum Pump,

Welch 1402 DuoSeal Belt Drive Rotary Vane Dual Stage Mechanical Vacuum Pump Rebuilt Refurbished The Welch 1402 DuoSeal Belt Drive Rotary Vane is a durable vacuum pump with a superior vapor handling c ...
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Edwards Model E2M18 Vacuum Pump

·         The pump is designed for reliable, long-term operation. ·         Thermal overload device preve ...
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Buchi B-177 Vacobox Vacuum Pump

Manufacturer: Buchi Voltage: 120V Model #: B-177 ...
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Edwards 30 Rotary Vane Dual Stage Mechanical Vacuum Pump

Ultimate pressure of 7.5 X 10 -4 Torr  Pumping speed displacement at 60Hz of 21 CFM ...
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Edwards 1.5 Vacuum Rotary Vane Pump Model G1099-80023

• Operating temperature: 12-40°C • Oil Capacity: 0.28 liters • Oil type: /u/ltragrade 15 • Peak pumping speed: 1.3 CFM at 60 Hz • Ultimate pressure: 1.1 X 10 -3 T ...
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Edwards EXT255H Turbomolecular Pump

• Compound vacuum pump that combines a turbomolecular pump and a drag pump on a single shaft. • Made from a multi-stage axial-flow turbine which is optimized for operation in molecular flow ...
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VacuuBrand MZ-2C Diaphragm Vacuum Pump

• Oil-free • Great for pumping corrosive gases and vapors • Two-stage construction provides the advantages of high pumping speed and low ultimate vacuum • Maximum pumping speed ...
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Pfeifer DUO20 Rotary Vane Vacuum Pump

Product description Reliable, clean, low maintenance Compact design - Excellent performance data Integrated safety and gas ballast valve Contain no non-ferrous metals ...
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Biotage 09474 Bio Pump Flash Chromatography Purification System

SKU - A4-16-109 Vendor Sku - 09474 Manufacturer - Biotage Model # - 09474 Quick Overview Pre-owned and in working condition ...
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Edwards EXT-255H Turbo Pump

• Compound vacuum pump that combines a turbomolecular pump and a drag pump on a single shaft • Made from a multi-stage axial-flow turbine which is optimized for operation in molecular flow ...
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Features of laboratory vacuum pumps

Labs are often better served by getting one or more rental or lease laboratory vacuum pumps. It ensures there are fewer conflicts between those who need to use the vacuum at the same time. Portable vacuum pumps are a good solution. There are a number of options when it comes to the types of pumps available including scroll pumps, turbomolecular pumps, dry pumps, diaphragm pumps, and piston pumps.

The first thing to consider when selecting a laboratory vacuum pump is the manner in which you will be using the pump. Always make your selections for any piece of equipment based on the application. If you are working with any type of corrosive solvent, then you will want to make sure you have a pump that features corrosion resistance. How does the vacuum emit vapors? How much energy will the pump consume?

Learn all of the features of the vacuums you are considering for your rental or lease to make sure it is in line with the scope of your work. As mentioned, if you have a large lab, or if you will have multiple people or teams who need to use the vacuum at the same time, consider renting more than one of them.

Laboratory Vacuum Pump Manufacturers

You can choose laboratory vacuum pumps from a variety of manufacturers. Someof the most popular companies making these pumps today include Agilent Technologies, Edwards, Gast Manufacturing, Inc., Pfeiffer Vacuum, ULVAC, and Welch.

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