Product Description

Oil Free Scroll Vacuum Pump 

Advantages

1.No lubricant and cooling water.
2.No back-oil and injection oil.
3.Low noise and vibration.

4.The fixed and working scroll pan not touch directly, low energy consumption.

5.The super wearable sealing material, durable and reliable.

Oil free scroll vacuum pump component and working principle:

DCS series oil free scroll vacuum pump is composed of pump head, motor, base, etc. Pump head consists of fixed scroll plate, kinetic scroll plate, crankshaft seal, fan, pump case, etc. Scroll plate is composed of circular flat and 1 or multi-evolvent scroll plate wall, fixed scroll plate and kinetic scroll plate is the basic pumping structure of oil free vacuum pump. During processing, fixed 1 and kinetic 1 has no touch with each other, creating crescent-shaped closed compressing room, which is narrowing, through relative movement to inhale, compress, exhaust circularly, which makes gas inhaled from inlet, exhausted from outlet, vacuumizing the chamber effectively.

Application

  Industry semiconductor Energy and
 Petrochemical
Food and 
pharmacy
scientific 
research
Analysis 
and test
Vacuum packing, storage    
vacuum furnace      
Exhaust platform    
Oven / freeze-drying  
Gas recovery/recycling
The refrigeration/Air conditioning pipeline vacuum          
The refrigeration/pipeline vacuum  
Laser vacuum        
Molecular pump prefix  
Process pre-vacuum    
Coating    
leak detector  
Glove box    
Mass spectrometer        
Electron microscopy        
High energy bunch / accelerator        
High vacuum test bed          
Sample preparation        

 

Technical Prameters

Model DSC4 DSC8 DSC16 DSC30 DSC60
Pumping speed 50HZ l/s 1 2 4.3 8.7 16.6
l/min 60 120 258 522 996
m3/h 3.6 7.2 15.5 31.3 59.8
cfm 2.2 4.3 9.3 18.7 35.8
60HZ l/s 1.2 2.4 5.1 10.4 19.9
l/min 72 144 306 624 1194
m3/h 4.3 8.6 18.3 37.4 71.6
cfm 2.5 5.1 10.9 22.3 42.8
Extreme pressure Pa ≤10.0 ≤8.0 ≤2.6 ≤1.0 ≤1.0
Torr ≤7.5×10-2 ≤6.0×10-2 ≤1.9×10-2 ≤7.5×10-3 ≤7.5×10-3
mbar ≤1.0×10-1 ≤8.0×10-2 ≤2.6×10-2 ≤1.0×10-2 ≤1.0×10-2
psi ≤1.4×10-3 ≤1.2×10-3 ≤3.8×10-4 ≤1.4×10-4 ≤1.4×10-4
Noise value dB(A) ≤52 ≤57 ≤61 ≤63 ≤67
Leakage rate( vent and gas ballast valve) 1×10-2Pa·l/s(1×10-4mbar·l/s)
Maximum inlet/exhaust pressure MPa 0.1/0.13
Working environment temperature  ºC/F 5~40/41~104
Max water treatment capacity  G/h 50 60
Three-phase motor Output power KW/hp 0.15/0.20 0.25/0.30 0.55/0.74 0.75/1.00 1.50/2.00
Working voltage VAC 380/220
Speed 50Hz rpm 1440
60Hz 1680
Single-phase motor Output power KW/hp 0.15/0.20 0.25/0.30 0.55/0.74 0.75/1.00  
Working voltage VAC 220/110
Speed 50Hz rpm 1440
60Hz 1680
Inlet/outlet size mm KF25/16 KF40/16 KF40/16×2
Overall dimensions mm 350×210×245 430×250×280 490×290×340 520×316×360 580×360×400
Packing size mm 400×300×340 550×400×420 650×450×480 650×450×480 750×500×520
Net weight kg 13 18 32 38 52
Gross weight kg 21 27 42 50 65
Service life More than 5 years
Cooling way Air cooling
Other With gas ballast value

Model DSCL4 DSCL8 DSCL16 DSCL30 DSCL60
Pumping speed 50HZ l/s 1 2 4.3 8.7 16.6
l/min 60 120 258 522 996
m3/h 3.6 7.2 15.5 31.3 59.8
cfm 2.2 4.3 9.3 18.7 35.8
60HZ l/s 1.2 2.4 5.1 10.4 19.9
l/min 72 144 306 624 1194
m3/h 4.3 8.6 18.3 37.4 71.6
cfm 2.5 5.1 10.9 22.3 42.8
Extreme pressure Pa ≤40
Torr ≤3.0*10-1;
mbar ≤4.0*10-1
psi ≤5.6*10-3
Noise value dB(A) ≤52 ≤57 ≤61 ≤63 ≤67
Leakage rate( vent and gas ballast valve) 1×10-2Pa·l/s(1×10-4mbar·l/s)
Maximum inlet/exhaust pressure MPa 0.1/0.13
Working environment temperature  ºC/F 5~40/41~104
Max water treatment capacity  G/h 50 60
Three-phase motor Output power KW/hp 0.15/0.20 0.25/0.30 0.55/0.74 0.75/1.00 1.50/2.00
Working Voltage VAC 380/220
Speed 50Hz rpm 1410
60Hz 1680
Single-phase motor Output power KW/hp 0.15/0.20 0.25/0.30 0.55/0.74 0.75/1.00  
Working voltage VAC 220/110
Speed 50Hz rpm 1410
60Hz 1680
Inlet/outlet size mm KF25/16 KF40/16 KF40/16×2
Overall dimensions mm 350×210×245 430×250×280 490×290×340 520×316×360 580×360×400
Packing size mm 400×300×340 550×400×420 650×450×480 650×450×480 750×500×520
Net weight kg 13 18 32 38 52
Gross weight kg 21 27 42 50 65
Service life More than 5 years
Cooling way Air cooling
Other With gas ballast value

*) Specifications are subject to change without prior notice

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About DENAIR

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FAQ

Q : How many staff in DENAIR Group?
A : About 400.

Q : How many staff in your factory?
A : About 70.

Q : How many staff in your international trading company?
A : 20.We have salesman who can speak English,French,Russian,Spanish,Indonesian and Arabic.

Q : What's your factory's production capacity?
A : About 500 units per month.

Q : What's the sales volume of DENAIR Group in a year?
A : About USD 40,000,000.00 in 2014.

Q : What's the sales volume of your international trading company  in a year?
A : About USD 8,000,000.00 in 2014,20% of the Group annual sales.

Q : How many units does DENAIR export in 1 month?
A : About 50-100.

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Oil or Not: Oil
Structure: Rotary Vacuum Pump
Vacuum Degree: Vacuum
Product Name: Oil Free Type Scroll Vacuum Pump
Pumping Speed: 3.6-59.8 M3/H
Extreme Pressure: 10-1 Mbar
Customization:
Available

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What safety features are typically integrated into scroll vacuum pump systems?

Scroll vacuum pump systems often incorporate several safety features to ensure safe and reliable operation. Here's a detailed explanation:

1. Overtemperature Protection:

Scroll vacuum pump systems typically include overtemperature protection mechanisms to prevent the pump from overheating. These safeguards can include temperature sensors that monitor the pump's operating temperature. If the temperature exceeds a predefined threshold, the system can activate alarms, shut down the pump, or initiate cooling measures to prevent damage to the pump or surrounding components.

2. Overpressure Protection:

To protect against excessive pressure, scroll vacuum pump systems may incorporate overpressure protection features. These features can include pressure relief valves or burst discs designed to vent or release excess pressure in the system. Overpressure protection mechanisms help prevent damage to the pump, system components, or potential hazards caused by pressure buildup.

3. Motor Overload Protection:

Scroll vacuum pump systems often include motor overload protection to safeguard the pump's motor from excessive current or power draw. Motor overload protection can be implemented through various means, such as thermal sensors or current monitoring devices. If the motor draws more current than normal or operates at a high temperature, the system can activate protective measures, such as shutting down the motor or triggering alarms.

4. Electrical Safety Measures:

Scroll vacuum pump systems adhere to electrical safety standards and incorporate safety measures to protect against electrical hazards. These can include features like ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs), circuit breakers, or surge protection devices to mitigate the risk of electric shocks, short circuits, or electrical fires.

5. Emergency Stop Buttons:

Many scroll vacuum pump systems feature emergency stop buttons or switches that allow users to immediately halt pump operation in case of emergencies or safety concerns. Activating the emergency stop button can quickly shut down the pump and associated equipment, preventing further risks or damages.

6. System Monitoring and Alarms:

Scroll vacuum pump systems may include monitoring capabilities and alarms to provide real-time information about the pump's performance and status. This can include monitoring parameters like vacuum level, temperature, pressure, and motor status. Alarms can be triggered if any of these parameters exceed safe operating limits, alerting users to potential issues or malfunctions.

7. Enclosure and Noise Reduction:

Scroll vacuum pump systems often feature enclosures or noise reduction measures to minimize noise levels during operation. These enclosures help create a quieter working environment and reduce noise pollution, contributing to workplace safety and comfort.

It is important to consult the manufacturer's specifications and guidelines for specific scroll vacuum pump systems to understand the safety features they incorporate. Manufacturers can provide detailed information on the safety mechanisms, recommended operating procedures, and any additional safety considerations specific to their systems.

By utilizing scroll vacuum pump systems with integrated safety features, users can ensure the protection of personnel, equipment, and the surrounding environment while achieving efficient and reliable vacuum performance.

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What are the power consumption and energy efficiency of scroll vacuum pumps?

The power consumption and energy efficiency of scroll vacuum pumps can vary depending on various factors. Here's a detailed explanation:

Power Consumption:

The power consumption of a scroll vacuum pump is typically specified by the manufacturer and can depend on factors such as the pump's size, design, motor rating, and operating conditions. The power consumption is generally measured in watts (W) or kilowatts (kW). It is important to refer to the manufacturer's specifications for the specific model of the scroll vacuum pump to determine its power consumption.

The power consumption of a scroll vacuum pump can vary during operation. It is often higher during the startup phase when the pump is overcoming the system's initial pressure and creating a vacuum. Once the vacuum level is established, the power consumption may decrease but will still depend on the required pumping speed and the nature of the gases or vapors being handled.

Energy Efficiency:

The energy efficiency of a scroll vacuum pump refers to its ability to convert electrical power into useful pumping work while minimizing energy losses. Energy efficiency is typically represented by the pump's efficiency rating, which indicates the percentage of electrical power that is effectively utilized for pumping. Higher efficiency ratings indicate better energy efficiency.

Scroll vacuum pumps are known for their relatively high energy efficiency compared to some other types of vacuum pumps. The scroll pump design, with its continuous compression process and minimal internal leakage, contributes to improved energy efficiency. Additionally, advancements in scroll pump technology, such as the use of efficient motor designs and control algorithms, help optimize energy consumption.

It is important to note that the energy efficiency of a scroll vacuum pump can also be influenced by external factors, such as the operating conditions, system design, and maintenance practices. Proper maintenance, including regular inspection, cleaning, and lubrication, can help maintain the pump's efficiency over time.

When evaluating the energy efficiency of a scroll vacuum pump, it is advisable to consider its overall performance in relation to the specific application requirements. This includes factors such as the desired vacuum level, pumping speed, duty cycle, and any specific energy-saving features or control options offered by the pump.

Consulting the manufacturer's specifications and seeking expert advice can help in selecting a scroll vacuum pump with the appropriate power consumption and energy efficiency characteristics for a given application. This ensures optimal performance while minimizing energy usage and operating costs.

scroll vane pump

What is a scroll vacuum pump, and how does it work?

A scroll vacuum pump is a type of positive displacement pump used to create a vacuum by removing gases or air from a sealed system. It operates based on the principle of two interlocking spiral-shaped scrolls or spirals that create a series of enclosed pockets or chambers. Here's a detailed explanation of how a scroll vacuum pump works:

1. Basic Design:

A scroll vacuum pump typically consists of two main components: a fixed scroll and an orbiting scroll. The fixed scroll remains stationary, while the orbiting scroll moves eccentrically within the fixed scroll. Both scrolls have interlocking profiles, and the shape of the profiles determines the operation of the pump.

2. Suction Stage:

At the start of the operation, the scrolls are in the outermost position, and the chambers between the scrolls are open to the inlet or suction side of the pump. As the orbiting scroll begins to rotate, it moves inward, causing the chambers to decrease in volume. This reduction in volume creates a suction effect, drawing the gas or air into the chambers from the inlet port. The suction stage is responsible for pulling the gas or air into the pump.

3. Compression Stage:

As the orbiting scroll continues to rotate, the chambers move toward the center of the scrolls, progressively reducing in size. This reduction in chamber volume compresses the gas or air trapped within the chambers. The gas or air becomes trapped between the scrolls as they interlock and move closer together. The compression stage increases the pressure within the trapped gas or air, progressively compressing it as the scrolls continue to rotate.

4. Discharge Stage:

Once the chambers reach the center of the scrolls, they move to the outermost position on the discharge side of the pump. At this stage, the compressed gas or air is forced out of the pump through the discharge port. The discharge stage completes a full rotation of the scrolls, expelling the compressed gas or air from the pump, creating a vacuum within the system.

5. Oil-Free Operation:

One significant advantage of scroll vacuum pumps is their oil-free operation. Unlike some other vacuum pump types, scroll pumps do not require oil for lubrication or sealing purposes. The interlocking scrolls create a sealing mechanism without the need for any lubricating medium. This oil-free operation eliminates the risk of oil contamination in sensitive applications and reduces maintenance requirements.

6. Efficiency and Noise:

Scroll vacuum pumps are known for their efficiency and low noise levels. The continuous spiral motion of the scrolls ensures smooth and quiet operation. Additionally, the absence of frictional parts and the use of precise manufacturing techniques contribute to their overall efficiency. Scroll pumps can achieve high pumping speeds and deep vacuum levels, making them suitable for various applications.

7. Applications:

Scroll vacuum pumps find applications in a wide range of industries. They are commonly used in laboratories, medical equipment, semiconductor manufacturing, analytical instruments, and other industries that require clean, oil-free vacuum systems. Their compact size, reliability, and low maintenance make them a popular choice in applications where quiet operation and minimal vibration are essential.

In summary, a scroll vacuum pump operates by using two interlocking scrolls to create a series of chambers that progressively decrease in volume, leading to gas or air suction, compression, and discharge. The oil-free operation, efficiency, low noise levels, and suitability for various applications make scroll vacuum pumps a widely used and reliable vacuum solution.

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