Solutions for Industrial Vacuum Pump Applications
Applications for vacuum pumps and low pressure compressors are as numerous and wide ranging as the industries and processes that require them. Determining the proper flow and vacuum/pressure level is critical to maximizing the objective of your specific application. Even though each application is unique, certain common factors should always be considered, such as:
- Ambient Conditions
- Space Limitations
- Sound Level
- Electrical Requirements
- Motor Cycling
Solutions for Your Application
Learn More About the Common Applications of Vacuum Technology
Becker products provide innovative solutions for a wide range of applications. To determine what pump technology is best suited to your needs, you first need to understand from a high level, what you need the pump or compressor to do. If your required application isn’t listed below, contact a knowledgeable Becker Team Member to answer your questions and help find the right solution for you.
Compressors are used to build up pressure to supply air for the aeration of waste water, blast air for printing, wine presses, drainage system reliners, and other processes.
From, food processing and packaging, to thermoforming, and manufacturing, the removal of air or gas from a given space is one of the most wide ranging applications of vacuum pumps and systems.
Gas-tight blowers from Becker are the preferred solution for recirculation in 3-D printers, CO2 laser systems, and glove box applications.
Low pressure and vacuum solutions are perfect for transferring powders, granules, flakes, and other small, dry, low bulk density products.
Vacuum pumps and blowers are used for a wide range of applications that require the removal of fluids, waste, air, as well as various other materials.
Vacuum pumps are the preferred solution for removing gases, air, moisture, and vapor from processed materials like plastics, ceramic, and pasta to improve the finished product quality.
Vacuum pumps and vacuum systems from Becker are the ideal solution for holding goods and components in place during production, processing, and packaging.
Many modern production processes require the use of vacuum to transport, lift, and place goods and materials, including feeders for printing, secondary packaging, and other automatic loaders.