AIR ENERGY can advise, supply and install for a wide range of applications and flow rates of vacuum pumps to suit your needs. Types include
Vacuum pumps are designed to deliver in the range 1 to 0 bar absolute pressure or 0 to –1 bar gauge pressure
From small laboratory or medical units to large 4800 m3/hr or multiple banks of units, we can help you select the best vacuum equipment and the best pipework for each application.
Typical vacuum applications include:
The GVD series of small air-cooled oil-sealed rotary vane vacuum pumps are very quiet and are ideal for scientific or R&D applications.
Atlas Copco’s GV 20-300 range is a series of robust and reliable oil-sealed rotary vane vacuum pumps, packed with innovative features.
Oil-sealed rotary vane vacuum pumps are ideal for critical applications like packaging and material handling in the general industry. With 8 models, offering pumping speeds of between 20 and 365 m³/h, we can help you select the right model for your specific application.
When one of these screw vacuum pumps GV 630-4800 is delivering performance greater than that required by the process, significant energy savings can be achieved. With other technologies, this excess capacity is normally wasted by bleeding off’ or running at a slightly higher vacuum level than is needed. The GV 630-4800 save energy in falling demand conditions by progressively lowering the pressure level at the pump inlet to below that experienced at the process. This happens automatically without the need to adjust machine settings. It also suppresses unnecessary stops/starts whilst catering for continuous fluctuations in demand, thereby minimizing wear. The result is longer life and less maintenance.
This mVAC Medical Vacuum Systems consist of from 2 to 6 Atlas Copco air-cooled, oil-lubricated rotary vane type vacuum pumps and a central controller with an intelligent graphical user interface. They provide a highly reliable medical vacuum (suction) for a variety of applications, mainly in operating theaters and intensive care, emergency and respirology units. The mVAC system offers (multiple) backup supply in case of failure of individual functional components.