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A vacuum-pump system for tabletop or mobile use

By Chemical Engineering |

Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum

Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum

Turbolab high-vacuum pump systems (photo) are compact and pre-assembled, and are available with different configurations to cover a wide range of vacuum demands. The system’s turbo pumps feature an oil-free hybrid bearing design. Turbolab systems are available in tabletop or mobile-cart versions, and each version can be customized with a variety of accessories, including purge-gas or venting valves, cooling units, heater bands and more. The system features dedicated ports for the connection of six different accessories and two gages. Monitored data are automatically stored to a data log file in the Turbolab system. Users can then view the log file with the Turbolab data-viewer software tool or via a Web-based data viewer. — Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum GmbH, Cologne, Germany

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