Chemical Resistant Diaphragm Pumps for Laboratory Applications
Jul 22 2019 Read 298 Times
The C-series of chemical resistant diaphragm pumps from Wiggens are suitable for use in in the chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical and other industries, such as suction filtration, vacuum distillation, rotational evaporation, vacuum concentration, centrifugal concentration and solid phase extraction, to name a few.
The versatile C-series of pumps can be widely used for hard acidic, basic and solvent vapours by utilising corrosion proof PTFE on all the wetted surfaces. As the vacuum chamber and drive chamber are separated and sealed, an extended working life of mechanical components is ensured. C-series pumps are driven by diaphragm which eliminates the need for lubrication, oil and maintenance. The quality vibration-proof assembly makes the pump run at the lowest noise level (less than 50dB).
A variety of models are available to meet the various needs of the laboratory, with a minimum vacuum of up to 2 mbar. Each pump motor has a built-in thermal protection device to shut off the pump automatically when overheated, and then resume working when the temperature cools down. It can be matched with rotary evaporators, vacuum controllers, VDM vacuum digital meters and filtration systems, all of them from Wiggens.
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