Roots vacuum pump supply
Introduction to roots vacuum pump:
Roots pump is dry vacuum pump in operation and can be pumped a lot of water. You can reach approximately vacuum during blower operation. 0.5 (as a single polymerization). When running in a high vacuum blower, vacuum reached 10-3 mbar a, but only with the right fore pump combination. For the use of pre-vacuum pumps, for example:
Single-stage oil lubricated rotary vane vacuum pump (the final pressure is about 10-2 millibar)
Rotary vane vacuum pump with two-stage oil lubrication (the final pressure is about 10-3 mbar)
The liquid ring vacuum pump is used in conjunction with the injector when necessary (the final pressure is about 1 mbar).
The lutz pump is used in conjunction with the appropriate pre-vacuum pump, especially when the volume is emptied or continuously transmitted during emergency evacuation time. When the suction performance of the pre-vacuum pump begins to decline (for example, through a rotary vane pump with about 10 millibar oil lubrication), the roots pump can be turned on to level 2. The suction of the pump can reach up to 10 times of the suction energy of the vacuum pump.
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In the delivery of the roots pump, two symmetrical rotors (rotating pistons) rotate continuously. The non-contact rotation of the two rotors is allowed by the gear with precisely synchronous gear.
The suction part is increased by the difference in the piston's position, and the pump is taken into the lutz pump. Part of the next position of the piston, the suction side from the pressure side is cut off, that is located in one of the gas in the vacuum pump is a pump. In the next piston position, the outlet opens to the pressure side and the pumping fluid continues to be pumped on the pressure side.