Vacuum Pumps – Rotary Vane of Busch (UK) Ltd

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Vacuum Pumps – Rotary Vane
  • Vacuum Pumps – Rotary Vane
Operating Principle
How do rotary vane vacuum pumps and compressors work?

Rotary vane technology is synonymous with a robust and functional construction. In a cylindrical housing, a rotor with several vanes is mounted eccentrically. Due to centrifugal force, these vanes slide out...

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Operating Principle
How do rotary vane vacuum pumps and compressors work?

Rotary vane technology is synonymous with a robust and functional construction. In a cylindrical housing, a rotor with several vanes is mounted eccentrically. Due to centrifugal force, these vanes slide out and form chambers between themselves and the housing.

The pumped medium is trapped inside these chambers. During further rotation, their volume is constantly reduced. Thereby, the pumped medium is compressed and transported to the outlet.

Rotary vane vacuum pumps are available in one- and two-stage versions and can be operated with different types of lubrication or as dry-running. Operation as a compressor is also possible.
Dry-Running Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps
Dry-running rotary vane vacuum pumps do not require any operating fluids. Sealing is achieved by self-lubricating vanes.
Oil-Lubricated Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps
Most rotary vane vacuum pumps use oil to seal the chambers and to achieve better ultimate pressures. R5 vacuum pumps, for example, operate with recirculating oil lubrication. A downstream oil separator segregates sealing oil and pumped medium for efficient reuse of oil. Forced oil lubrication is ensured by an advanced oil circulation pump in ZEBRA vacuum pumps. While HUCKEPACK rotary vane vacuum pumps use continuous fresh oil lubrication.

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