The NASH Vectra XL 750 is designed and built for suction capacities of up to 7,000 m³/h and can be used as a vacuum pump as well as a compressor. When operating as a vacuum pump, suction capacities of up to 6,800 m³/h can be achieved and the vacuum range can reach 50 mbar absolute. As a compressor, the NASH Vectra XL 750 handles up to 7,300 m³/h and achieves a discharge pressure of 3 bar absolute.
Due to single-point inlet and discharge connections, the need for manifolds is eliminated. This simplifies the layout of the piping to and from the process and reduces installation costs, the company says.
The NASH Vectra XL 750 from Gardner Denver Nash is suitable for for a wide range of applications, including the chemical process industry and filter applications in paper manufacturing. The pump?compressor incorporates o-ring seals and oil lubricated bearings to meet demanding requirements. The liquid ring vacuum pump is available in ductile iron or stainless steel.