Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps
Becker’s oil-lubricated rotary vane vacuum pumps are able to generate a fine vacuum and are an excellent choice for applications that require a high vacuum.
Oil-lubricated rotary vane vacuum pumps are similar to other vane pumps. However, these pumps feature unique benefits you will not find with standard vacuum pumps. Their straightforward construction with single shaft direct drive makes for a robust, long-life rotary vane pump with low operation and maintenance costs.
Rotary vane pumps never experience internal metal-to-metal contact, so they are able to self-compensate for wear. As a result, they have lower maintenance requirements and maintain peak performance longer than other types of vacuum pumps.
Oil-lubricated rotary vane vacuum pumps are positive-displacement pumps that feature sliding vanes in a rotor rotating within a cavity. An eccentrically mounted rotor with slots rotates in a cylindrical housing and the precisely fitting sliding vanes move in the slots and separate the individual working chambers. Compared to dry-running rotary vane pumps, oil-lubricated pumps additionally seal the working chambers with the oil that is transported.
Watch the video below to learn more about how our oil-lubricated rotary vane vacuum pumps work.
APPLICATION AND MARKET USES
As a leader in the field of suction and blast air, we offer complete solutions driven by your individual needs. Our oil-lubricated rotary vane vacuum pumps are the ideal solution for many industrial applications, such as packaging applications in the food and non-food sectors, suction applications in the medical industry, thermoforming of plastic parts, pick & place applications, and water treatment in the environment protection industry. Click on your market or application below to learn how Becker’s oil-less rotary vane vacuum pumps can help your business or application.
Information & Resources
Becker has designed a comprehensive handbook for the use of our distributors and customers as an aid in the designing of applications involving vacuum and low pressure compressed air. Just some of what you’ll find in the complete handbook includes: Similarity of units CFM vs. SCFM vs. ACFM Motor cycling...
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