Dry Claw Vacuum Pumps and Compressors BUSCH MINK MP 0400 – 0960 AV Series
Due to the modular design, Mink MP vacuum modules can be adapted to customer needs.
Due to the non-contact compression, there is no friction in the compression chamber and no wear caused by the pump operation.
Due to the high degree of efficiency compared with other vacuum principles, considerable energy saving is possible. The reduction of maintenance work minimizes downtime and costs for wear parts and operating fluid. The operation of frequency-controlled motors is possible, meaning that further energy savings can be realized.
Two or three Mink claw vacuum pumps are connected in parallel.
In each of these pumps, two claws rotate in opposite directions in a housing. Due to the special geometric form of the claws, air that is sucked in is compressed inside the vacuum pumps. Air is sucked in via the inlet flange, compressed in the compression chamber and expelled again on the pressure side. The non-return valve is integrated into the suction pipe as standard. This prevents ventilation of the recipient through the pumps when turning the pumps off. The Mink claw vacuum pumps are powered by standard motors. A synchronization gearbox ensures exact synchronization of both claws. Due to the parallel connection of the vacuum pumps, the pumping speeds of the individual machines accumulate to a total suction volume. The air filters in front of each of the Mink vacuum pumps are fitted as standard. Individual pump silencing measures are also possible.