Rotary vane vacuum pump RZ 6 +FO +VS 16 +VACUU·VIEW
lubricatedtwo-stagefor laboratories

rotary vane vacuum pump
rotary vane vacuum pump
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Characteristics

Technology
rotary vane
Lubrication
lubricated
Number of stages
two-stage
Applications
for laboratories, chemical process
Other characteristics
compact
Flow rate

5.7 m³/h, 6.8 m³/h (201.29 ft³/h)

Ultimate vacuum

0 mbar, 0.01 mbar (0 psi)

Description

Description These powerful rotary vane pumps feature a particularly compact design and low weight for pumps of this capacity. They are the ideal solution for a wide range of laboratory and process applications that require low ultimate vacuum at medium to increased gas flow rate. The two-stage rotary vane pump RZ 6 is also available as a package including pump, oil mist filter FO, valve VS 16 and vacuum gauge VACUU·VIEW extended. Performance features high flow rates even at vacuum levels approaching ultimate vacuum high water vapor tolerance due to efficient gas ballast; very good ultimate vacuum even with gas ballast vacuum-tight at switch-off; external anti-suckback valve not needed large oil volume: Long intervals between oil changes ease of maintenance due to telescopic design Technical data Number of stages2 Max. pumping speed at 50/60 Hz m3/h 5.7 / 6.8 Max. pumping speed at 50/60 Hz cfm 3.4 / 4.0 Ultimate partial vacuum (abs.) mbar 4 x 10-4 Ultimate vacuum (abs.) mbar/torr 2 x 10-3 / 1.5 x 10-3 Ultim. vac. (abs.) with gas ballast mbar/torr 1 x 10-2 / 0.75 x 10-2 Water vapor tolerance with gas ballast mbar 40 Ambient temperature range (operation) °C 12 - 40 Ambient temperature range (storage) °C -10 - 60 Oil capacity (B-Oil) min./max. l 0.34 / 0.65 Max. back pressure (abs.) bar 1.1

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