New Screw Vacuum Pump Introduced by Busch

Contributed by: PumpScout Staff

Busch, a worldwide leader in the vacuum equipment industry, has recently introduced the first model of its new series of screw vacuum pumps titled COBRA NX 0450 A. Busch is a dependable pump supplier, known for working closely with customers to provide superior vacuum solutions in a variety of industries. The pump supplier excels in a variety of areas including machining, pump assembly, vacuum technology, system design and assembly, and support services. Because Busch offers its products and services to customers and industries worldwide, the new screw vacuum pumps will be available throughout Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Africa, and the Middle East.

Screw vacuum pumps usually require regular maintenance and cleaning. However, the new screw profile on the COBRA NX 0450A series of pumps is self-cleaning. They are also highly resistant to particles and steam. The pumps can be used in a wide variety of industrial applications that include heat treatment ovens, coating processes, vacuum drying, and component cleaning. They can be installed almost anywhere, including workstation areas, due to their compact dimensions and low noise levels.

COBRA NX screw vacuum pumps were developed by Busch to offer high pumping speeds throughout the working range of 1,000 to 0.1 mbar. No contamination by pumped gases can occur with these pumps, thanks to the completely dry-running screw vacuum technology that requires no operating fluids in the compression chamber. Maintenance tasks, such as oil and filter replacements, are never required, making these pumps highly efficient. The only servicing work needed on the new pumps is restricted to gearbox oil changes and long intervals.

Multiple design options are available with Busch’s new line of COBRA NX screw vacuum pumps. The pumps are powered by an energy-efficient IEC standard motor, but frequency control is available as an option.

Source: Busch

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