Generate low vacuum pressure with diaphragm pumps for X-ray analysis
Jun 01 2021
X-ray analysis is used in particular to check automatically produced goods for possible errors. For this purpose, the X-rays are used to detect solid, powdery or liquid substances in order to identify ingredients or defects. Particularly low vacuum pressures are required in the various X-ray applications. The main part of such vacuum systems is the turbopump. In order to achieve the desired pressure range, you also need a backing pump. Various dry backing pumps are available, such as diaphragm pumps, multi-stage Roots pumps or our new scroll pumps.
Diaphragm pumps are an optimal solution to generate the required fore-vacuum; as they are very robust and, thanks to their compact design they can be integrated into small analytical systems, mass spectrometers or turbo pumping stations. With the MVP 030-3 C DC, Pfeiffer Vacuum has now introduced a new corrosive gas version of the diaphragm pump. This version features a gas ballast valve and excellent chemical and condensate compatibility. The special choice of materials ensures significantly increased robustness in a wide range of processes. The diaphragm pumps not only do their job reliably, but also quietly and with low vibration. The noise level is below 45 dB(A). The three-stage MVP 030-3 C DC is equipped with a manual gas ballast valve. The accumulation of condensate in the diaphragm pump can be prevented by opening the gas ballast valve. This ensures greater process reliability and a longer service life. More…
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