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Garo Liquid Ring Compressors now part of Vac-Cent Range
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
The GARO line of liquid ring compressors expands the capacity and pressure ranges of the Nash line to meet the ever growing requirements of our customers.
Trusting the OEM is vital
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Since Vac-Cent started operations in 1987, we have been producing New and have been Refurbishing Liquid Ring Vacuum pumps of many models and sizes, to the highest standard. All new pumps carry a 24 month Warrantee, all MHF/AHF pumps as well as repaired pumps carry a Warrantee of 12 months.
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The NASH CL is perhaps the most popular liquid ring vacuum pump ever built. There are nine different models, from the CL 200 through the CL 9000, with capacities ranging from 289 m3/Hr to more than 16600 m3/Hr and vacuum up to 93 kPa (G) at sea level.
The Gardner Denver NASH Premier series was incorporated from the previous ELMO range in the nash elmo era. This was done because of it’s reliability and size offering throughout industry, especially the Pulp and Paper industry.
Frese (pronounced Frease) is the name in Automatic Balancing valves in the HVAC industry. With a Delta Pressure variance of between 6 and 600 kPa, the Frese Automatic Balancing valve will deliver a constant flow within 5% of accuracy > or <
The Greenco range of side channel blowers is available in single stage as well as two stage units. The Greenco range of side channel blowers comes as a complete unit and is easy to install.
The LiqEvac filtrate extraction pumps are specifically designed to remove liquids from vessels which operate under vacuum conditions.
The heart of all LIQUIVAC pumps is a twin start helical rotor mounted eccentrically in a cylindrical pump casing. Essentially the LiquiVac is a liquid ring Vacuum pump as well as a Centrifugal which can run dry.
Available in six models, the capacities of the MHF/AHF series of liquid ring vacuum pumps are at the bottom end of the Volume scale.
Oil vane or Sliding vane vacuum pumps are known in Industry to achieve very high Vacuum levels. This is normally required in processes when liquid is not available as a sealing medium, or no liquid vapour will be carried over into the pump.
The first pump ever to roll out of the NASH assembly line in 1905 and still the preferred compressor due to the double lobe arrangement There are four different models, from the H-4 through the H-7, with capacities ranging from 153 m3/Hr to more than 1190 m3/Hr and vacuum up to 84,6 kPa (G) at sea level.
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