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Michael Rotondo

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Overview

Features

  • Titan single-stage motor-mounted or monoblock liquid ring vacuum pump
    • 316SS casing, portplate, and impeller
    • Teflon mechanical shaft seal
  • 230/460V, 3phase, 60Hz motor
  • Vacuum gauge (no/partial recovery models)
  • Compound, temperature, and vacuum gauge (full recovery models)
  • Seal fluid make-up solenoid valve 110VAC
  • Inlet check valve
  • Pump drain valve (only on 7.5 HP and up)
  • Baseplate or skid frame depending on model selected

Description

The Dekker AquaSeal Stainless Steel Liquid Ring Water-Sealed Vacuum Pump System is available in capacities from 20 to 550 ACFM. Backed by Dekker's own Titan vacuum pumps, these systems can create a maximum vacuum 29" HgV. AquaSeal systems can use various seal fluids depending on the application.

System configurations offered:

  • No Recovery
    • Water fed to the vacuum pump is discharged down the drain or used for another purpose.
  • Partial Recovery
    • About 50% of the seal water is re-circulated while fresh seal water is added for make-up. Consideration must be given to heat build-up.
  • Full Recovery
    • Close to 100% of the seal water is recovered and reused. Because of heat build-up, a heat exchanger might need to be used for this configuration.