What is a vacuum system?

What is a vacuum system?

Vacuum systems consist of vacuum pumps and tanks mounted on a skid or truck. The vacuum pump creates a vacuum in the tank and the oil moves directly through a hose or pipe to the tank from the skimmer or the source of the oil. The oil does not go through the pump, but moves directly from its source into the tank.

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Guangdong Wordfik Vacuum Technology Co., Ltd. was established in 2019 in Chashan Town, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province. The company has a registered capital of 5 million yuan. Since its establishment, it has aimed to build a vacuum pump maintenance super factory. It specializes in providing customers with various types of vacuum pump repair, maintenance, testing and debugging, vacuum system design and installation, and vacuum pump rental services. The maintenance plant covers an area of about 3,500 square meters. Dust workshop decoration design, dismantling workshop, assembly workshop, testing workshop, spare parts warehouse, equipment room, technical department, cleaning room, etc.

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Components of a vacuum system

A more complete vacuum system consists of the following components:

1. Pumping equipment: such as various vacuum pumps

2. Vacuum valve

3. Connect the pipes

4. Vacuum measuring devices: such as vacuum pressure gauges, various gauges

5. Other components: such as collectors, dust collectors, vacuum relay gauge heads, gas storage tanks, etc.

Components of a vacuum system

Vacuum system debugging work

The debugging work of the vacuum system mainly includes the no-load debugging after installation, the debugging of the ultimate vacuum degree of the vacuum system, the total air leakage rate of the system and whether the design requirements can be met during pumping, and whether the vacuum system can meet the requirements in the production process. Debugging of process requirements.

Vacuum system debugging work

Installation and debugging of vacuum system

The vacuum system should be prepared as follows before installation:

① Parts should be cleaned before installation.
② Check the parts for leaks before installation.
③ Check whether the performance of the vacuum pump valve and other components meets the design requirements.
④ According to the electrical diagram, check whether the circuit is complete, whether the switch points to the position of the open circuit, whether the relevant test instrument is at the zero position, whether the ground wire is grounded, and whether the operation is safe.

Installation and debugging of vacuum system
Frequently Asked Question

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A number of processes used in the industry operate at pressures below atmospheric (i.e. under vacuum). The main reason for vacuum processes is the ability to lower operating temperatures, thereby saving fuel and avoiding decomposition of hydrocarbon streams.

Simply put, vacuum pumps are mechanical devices that enable the removal of air and gas molecules from a sealed area to create an area devoid of air and/or gas. Generally, their purpose is to clean and seal. Vacuum pumps come in wet or dry variants depending on the media being pumped through them.

Vacuum Pumps can be used in a wide variety of industries and applications to remove air and gas molecules from a process including the food and beverage industry, semiconductor and electronics industry, pulp and paper, medical, plastics and woodworking to name but a few.

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