Magnetically Coupled, Rotary Vane Pumps from ULVAC for Clean, Leak-free Vacuum
May 01 2019 Read 600 Times
The low cost GHD 031 magnetically coupled, oil-sealed rotary vane pump from ULVAC operates cleaner than other rotary vane pumps. It has no shaft seals to wear out, eliminating oil leaks. A built-in check valve at the inlet port prevents oil backflow, eliminating messy cleanups and downtime that contaminate the user’s laboratory or workspace.
GHD pumps offer reduced power consumption and quieter operation. They have a pumping speed of 36 l/m and ultimate vacuum of 5 x 10-3 Torr. GHD pumps are ideal for analytical instruments, cryostats and general laboratory use due to their high pumping speed, cool running temperature, compact size and quiet, trouble-free operation. They offer a wide range voltage motor and are CE and cTUVus certified.
ULVAC Europe provides sales, service and support to the customers of the EMEA countries. Located near Munich, our team of experienced engineers and sales people ensure a fast and professional response to customer requests.
With our local facilities for repairs and refurbishment and the cooperation with local partners for customised solutions we offer a full range of services. The company obtained the ISO certification in 2010.
ULVAC Europe is a leading supplier of thin film vacuum coating systems, instrumentation, vacuum pumps and components for the semiconductor, solar, flat panel display, research, automotive, medical, electrical, and refrigeration industries. Established in Germany in 1987, ULVAC Europe is a subsidiary of ULVAC, Inc., which is made up of 39 companies engaged in most sectors of the vacuum industry.
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