diaphragm vacuum pump / oil-free / four-stage / chemical-resistant
MV 10C NT +EK

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Characteristics

  • Technology:

    diaphragm

  • Lubrication:

    oil-free

  • Number of stages:

    four-stage

  • Other characteristics:

    compact, low-noise level, chemical-resistant

  • Applications:

    for laboratories, for medical applications, for the chemical industry, for gas, chemical process, for pharmaceutical applications, for the plastics industry

  • Flow rate:

    9.5 m³/h, 10.7 m³/h (335.49 ft³/h)

  • Ultimate vacuum:

    0.9 mbar, 1.5 mbar (0.01 psi)

Description

Description
Four-stage chemistry-design diaphragm pumps are an excellent solution for continuous, oil-free pumping of corrosive gases and vapors and meet highest requirements. The four-stage design of the eight-cylinder pump MV 10C NT provides the advantageous combination of high pumping speed and very low ultimate vacuum of 0.9 mbar in a very compact design. All internal parts in contact with pumped media are made of chemically resistant fluoroplastics. Well-proven PTFE sandwich diaphragms increase reliability and extend operating life. Upgraded with an exhaust waste vapor condenser (EK) the MV 10C NT +EK provides an excellent, environmentally friendly system with efficient solvent recovery. A separator for the inlet (AK) made of glass (with protective coating) against particles and liquid droplets is available as an optional accessory.

Performance features
outstanding chemical resistance and superior vapor tolerance
reduced process time due to very high flow rates even close to ultimate vacuum
very low vibration and quiet
excellent ultimate vacuum even with gas ballast
on models with EK: excellent environmental friendliness due to efficient solvent recovery

Technical data

Number of heads / stages 8 / 4
Max. pumping speed at 50/60 Hz m3/h 9.5 / 10.7
Max. pumping speed at 50/60 Hz cfm 5.6 / 6.3
Ultimate vacuum (abs.) mbar/torr 0.9 / 0.68
Ultim. vac. (abs.) with gas ballast mbar/torr 1.5 / 1.1
Ambient temperature range (operation) °C 10 - 40