SPECK Close Coupled Liquid Ring Vacuum Pumps

Ranges

VI, V, VE, VG, VN and VZ Series

Speck Close Coupled Liquid Ring Vacuum Pumps are used in many sectors in discontinuous and continuous operation in the three basic processes of extraction, leakage extraction and degasification, for example: extracting dry gases, saturated gases and vapors extracting contaminated gases.

Description

Ranges

VI, V, VE, VG, VN and VZ Series

Technical Data

Close coupled compact designed for continuous operation with a constant suction capacity for various applications.

  • Delivering liquid shares at a constant vacuum
  • Delivering explosive gases, e.g. hydrogen, inflammable or toxic media
  • Oil-free compression, i.e. no oil in the medium nor in the exhaust air
  • Minimum suction pressures up to 33 mbar abs., with gas ejectors up to 5 mbar abs.

VI Series

Water savers with internal water restraining system

  • Single-stage pumps in inverted design with valves and internal water restraining system.
  • Operating Range 50 Hz: max. 33 mbar abs. / 45 m³/h

V Series

The allrounder

  • Single-stage pumps with valve technology
  • Operating Range 50 Hz: max. 33 mbar abs. / 370 m³/h

VG Series

Valveless & Low Maintenance

  • Single-stage pump with valveless technology
  • Operating Range 50 Hz: max. 40 mbar abs. / 203 m³/h

VN Series

For Large Quantities of Additional Liquid

  • Up to 5-fold delivery of liquid compared to conventional liquid ring vacuum pumps
  • Operating Range 50 Hz: max. 55 mbar abs. / 180 m³/h

VZ Series

Robust and Low-noise Technology for Deep Vacuum Ranges – Two Stage

  • Developed/designed for continuous operation
  • Operating Range 50 Hz: max. 33 mbar abs. / 185 m³/h

Applications

Medical engineering

  • Sterilization of surgical instruments, textiles and beds (steam- and gas sterilization)

Plastics industry

  • Extruder degasification

Food industry / Pharmaceutical industry

  • Degasification of toothpaste, cremes, lotions, marzipan etc.
  • Vacuum cooking of fruits, vegetables, pulps and mush
  • Thickening and crystallisation of sugar under vacuum

Chemical industry

  • Distillation / separation of liquids