Mink MV 0602 B Dry Claw Vacuum Pump
Improved Vacuum Pumps for Feeding Materials
The Dr.-Ing. K. Busch GmbH of Maulburg, Germany, has consistently further developed its Mink MV dry claw vacuum pumps (Fig.). Based on the already proven Mink MM series, which belong to the proven standard when it comes to creating vacuums, they have, compared to similar systems on the market, succeeded in reducing the noise level by using a newly developed silencer. At the same time, the manufacturer boasts of the units’ compact construction and high efficiency. As with their previous series, this current MV series works according to the dry and non-contacting claw principle. Maintenance work, such as oil or filter changes, is eliminated, since no operating fluids are required in the pumping chamber. Moreover, the non-contacting design eliminates wear.
Compared to all mechanical vacuum pumps, claw vacuum pumps feature the highest degree of efficiency and thus require less drive power compared to vacuum pumps of the same size. All standard Mink MV claw vacuum pumps are equipped with electric motors that fulfill the latest classes of energy efficiency and thus achieve the currently best power/energy consumption balance. Additional energy savings are enabled by frequency-regulated, demand-controlled motors.
Mink MV claw vacuum pumps can be used for pneumatic materials feed from the silo via the drier to the extruder or injection molding machine, as single units for small suction-feed lines, or combined in a central vacuum plant. Mink vacuum claw technology can be applied even with extruder degassing systems, since the monomers arising in the melt and other cleavage and degradation products are conveyed by the pump when air and steam are drawn off. Due to dry compression, these gases and fumes do not come in contact with operating fluids so that there is no danger of reacting and cracking.
Fakuma Hall A6, booth 6204
Dr.-Ing. K. Busch GmbH Vakuumpumpen und Systeme
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