Dry Vane Medical Vacuum Systems

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The dry vane medical vacuum system is ideal for lower SCFM applications, labs, and support equipment.  The dry vane vacuum system requires more maintenance than the contactless claw, but it is quiter and gives off less heat.  The dry vane can get up to of 28 HgV (varies per pump).  Please contact us for a project scope review and SCFM flow requirements before ordering.  Built to order.

Vacuum System Specifications
  • Meets or exceeds the requirements of NFPA 99.
  • Package contains: lubricated rotary vane vacuum pumps, associated equipment, one ASME air receiver and one control panel
  • System intake, exhaust and power connection at the control panel are the only field connections required.
  • Air inlet and electrical shall be completely pre-piped and pre-wired to a single point service connection.
  • All interconnecting piping and wiring shall be completed and operationally tested prior to shipment.
  • Liquid tight conduit, fittings and junction boxes for all control and power wiring are provided.

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Vacuum Pump
  • Dry rotary vane, air-cooled design with integral, fully re-circulating oil supply with sight glass to indicate oil level.
  • Bearing shall be permanently lubricated and sealed.
Vacuum Pump Drive
  • The vacuum pump shall be direct driven. Torque is transmitted from the motor to the pump through a shaft coupling.
Vibration Isolation System
  • The pumps and motor are fully isolated from the package base by means of rubber mounts.
Vacuum System Accessories
  • Inlet and discharge flexible connectors, inlet check valves, inlet isolation valves, exhaust tee with drip-leg and drain cock valve as well as poly tubing with DISS fitting for vacuum switches and gauge are provided.


Intake Piping
• Each vacuum pump shall have a factory piped intake with integral flex connector, isolation valve and check valve.
• Interconnecting piping shall consist of iron/galvanized pipe and fittings.
Vacuum Receiver
• ASME construction
• The receiver shall be rated for full vacuum service and shall be equipped with a manual valve drain.
• Rated for a minimum 200 psig design pressure.