Introduction to the Structure of Standard Diaphragm Vacuum Pumps

The laboratory vacuum pump is a basic instrument that can be used with a variety of instruments and equipment. It is very versatile. With the continuous upgrading of laboratory equipment, the requirements for vacuum pumps as auxiliary instruments are also increasing.

Standard diaphragm vacuum pumps is an oil-free vacuum pump designed based on the user’s new requirements. It solves the problem that traditional pumps need to be filled with water. The pump needs to be added and replaced, and there is pollution.

The standard diaphragm vacuum pumps uses an oil-free piston structure. It does not require the addition of pump oil or water. It only needs to be plugged in to start the work.

The two-stage series pumping structure design can make it shorter. High vacuum is achieved in the time; the low-noise air-cooling heat dissipation system is installed on the side of the secondary cylinder, which greatly reduces the heat during the working of the machine, ensuring that the model can work continuously for 24 hours for a long time; Working noise, the air outlet is equipped with a silencer to reduce wind noise.