Solvent Recovery Vacuum Systems
May 10 2018 Read 409 Times
Wiggens’ innovative diaphragm pump technology has been used to produce the new generation solvent recovery vacuum system CSC series, which has a wide range of applications like evaporation pumping of gases and vapours in chemical and pharmaceutical laboratories. Typical applications are rotary evaporators, vacuum concentrators and vacuum drying ovens.
Wiggens high performance chemical resistant diaphragm pump is the heart of these pumping units, frequently used for both lab and pilot plant vacuum applications involving common solvents. Integrated DVR Chemical Resistant Vacuum controller, measurement accuracy can reach to 0.1 mbar. All parts that come into contact with gases are made of PTFE or highly ceramic to ensure chemical resistance. Pre-set multiple modes of operation to meet most of the vacuum requirements. The separator at the inlet, made of high quality glass with protective coating, retains particles and liquid droplets. The waste vapour condenser at the outlet is highly efficient and compact. The condenser enables nearly complete recovery of solvents, efficient recycling, and active protection of the environment.
Performance features include: outstanding chemical resistance and superior vapour tolerance; precise control of the evaporation process; compact and environmental friendly design; whisper quiet and very low vibration; ultimate vacuum range: 2 – 13 mbar; flow rate range: 10 – 120 L/min.
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