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LEYVAC vacuum pumps added to the portfolio of Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum

04-10-2013 08:40 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum GmbH

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Dry compressing LEYVAC pumps increase the efficiency of vacuum processes. LEYVAC pumps and systems deliver high process throughputs and optimize your system uptime – with excellent process reliability, good environment characteristics and a reasonable price-to-performance ratio.

This new product line of dry compressing vacuum pumps has been developed for the specific requirements of industrial processes and coating applications in the pumping speed range of 100 m3/h. LEYVAC pumps and system combinations are rugged, reliable and offer a long service life, and are well suited for harsh process requirements. The products will be exhibited at the Hannover Fair, COMVAC, 08.-12.04.2013.

Industrial vacuum generators of the LEYVAC line are small, compact units. They excel through long system uptimes and high process throughputs. Moreover, they offer an optimized performance for lighter gases. Low heat and noise emissions are further benefits.

The simple, frame-less connection of Roots pumps via adapters expands, if required, the demand for an increased vacuum performance. Such a direct connection is possible with Roots pumps from our RUVAC WS/U 251/501 and RUVAC WH 700/702 lines.

The LEYVAC line includes two sizes, respectively pumping speed classes each: the models LEYVAC LV 80 / LV 80 C as well as LEYVAC LV 140 / LV 140 C. The C-versions are equipped with a casing. Nominal pumping speeds are 80 m3/h respectively 140 m3/h (without gas ballast at 50 Hz), at an ultimate pressure of ≤ 1 · 10-2 mbar.

LEYVAC benefits at a glance:
- High pumping speed
from atmosphere to process pressure also for light gases

- One motor solution
Multi-voltage, dual frequency motor operable at 200V - 440V and 50/60Hz

- High reliability
Long service intervals of up to 5 years
Robust and durable design based on the proven RUVAC and DRYVAC technology
Most effective cooling system (water cooling)
Thermal switch protection

- Drypumptechnology
No oil contact to process gases

- Hermetically tight
No shaft seals
No oil leakage
Safe pumping of toxic gases

- Easy and modular
Direct coupling of Roots booster pumps without frames for models WS/U 251/501 and WH 700/702 for simple vacuum performance upgrade

- Good environmental characteristics
Efficient and low noise operation (< 65 dB(A)), low heat emission

Oerlikon (SWX: OERL) is among the world's most successful industrial high-tech companies focusing on machine and systems engineering. Oerlikon stands for leading industrial solutions and cutting-edge technology in textile production, thin-film solar, thin film coating, propulsion, precision and vacuum technology. As a company with Swiss roots and over 17,000 employees at 150 locations in 38 countries, Oerlikon has evolved into a global player today with sales amounting to CHF 4.2 billion in 2011. In 2011, the company invested CHF 213 Mio. in research and development. More than 1,200 specialists create products and services for tomorrow. The group is ranked first or second in each of its respective markets.

Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum offers a broad range of advanced vacuum solutions for use in manufacturing and analytical processes, as well as for research purposes. The Segment’s core capabilities centre on the development of application- and customer-specific systems for the creation of vacuums and extraction of processing gases. Fields of application are coating technologies, thin films and data storage, analytical instruments and classic industrial processes.

Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum GmbH
Christina Steigler
Marketing & Communications
Bonner Straße 498
50968 Köln
Tel.: +49(0)221 - 347 1261

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