Dry vacuum pump technology – especially variable pitch screw chemical dry pumps – offer clear, measurable advantages in a wide variety of essential applications. A properly designed dry screw vacuum pump ensures the processing needs are accomplished with a safe, reliable, and cost-effective solution.
Dry screw vacuum pumps require no water or oil for sealing or lubrication in the vacuum stages. Consequently, these dry vacuum systems eliminate effluent generation, pollution, and high treatment costs. This reduces or eliminates waste disposal costs and plants achieve savings in maintenance costs.
Dry screw vacuum pumps have proven their value and reliability since the late 1980s. In today’s world of environmental regulations, safety issues and production costs offer numerous advantages such as:
Dry screw vacuum pumps deliver a clean, oil-free vacuum for a variety of industrial applications. These systems perform with low rotational speed ensuring smooth and robust operation. Higher discharge pressure capabilities along with a high tolerance for vapor and dust guarantee more process time with long service life.
Furthermore, dry screw vacuum pumps safely and reliably handle corrosives, organics, inorganics, and solvents. Thus, making dry vacuum systems ideal and well suited to serve the following market segments:
Gardner Denver Nash offers an established history of engineering expertise in designing and delivering safe, reliable wet and chemical dry vacuum systems. Our pumps have met the needs of harsh industrial environments. Its experience in chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, and other industries solve the most demanding challenges.
Nash manufacturing and service facilities are ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certified.