Vacuum Filtration Structural Components

Vacuum Filtration is a device for accelerating water filtration by negative pressure caused by air extraction. It’s a filtering product that most lab customers will be used for suspension detection in water extraction filtration, microbial limit detection extraction filtration, chromatographic mobile phase filtration, laboratory solution, reagent or organic solvent clarification, removal of impurities or bacteria filtration, and it can also be used to filter out particles or solids in the sample.

Structural components

The vacuum filter device is mainly composed of two parts: the solvent filter device and the vacuum pump (Standard Vacuum Filtration Pump, Anti-Corrosion Diaphragm Vacuum Pump). It can be equipped with a filter kit and solvent direct extraction adapter. The vacuum pump is a rotary varactor, which may obtain a vacuum state by means of mechanical, physical, chemical, or physicochemical extraction of the pumped vessel.

Solvent filter device or filter kit

Hawach solvent filter device or filter kit consists of a triangular collection bottle, a filter head, a filter cup, and a fixing clip. The solvent filter device or filter kit with different filter head are used in various liquid laboratories, including the detection of various microorganisms in food, medicine, beverage industry, and drinking water, the determination of Suspended Solid in water, and the pretreatment of HPLC, GC, AA, DNA/RNA hybridization and other trace analysis samples. Such as Glass Single Vacuum Filtration Assembly

The Components and Functions of Regulating Valve of Vacuum Filtration

Here are as follows:

1. Pump-pipe interface: used to connect the pipeline, through which the vacuum pump and the filter bottle are connected to form a system. The pagoda-type interface is adopted to connect the hoses of different thicknesses. It has strong versatility, including hoses with an inner diameter of 4mm-8mm. If the filter device uses a pipeline of other specifications, it can also be asked to replace the interface with the distributor.

2. Vacuum meter: It is used to observe the vacuum degree, so as to understand the working state of the instrument and whether it can be filtered normally again.

3. Regulating valve: Located at the bottom of the buffer cup, it is a rotatable knob, which can be used together with the vacuum meter to adjust the vacuum degree to change the filtering speed of the system.

4. Buffer Cup: A buffer is formed between the inlet of the control valve and the inlet of the vacuum pump to prevent the filter from sucking back and damaging the vacuum meter.

5. Filter element: It can prevent dust, particulate matter, or water vapor from being directly inhaled into the vacuum pump.