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Medical Vacuum Pump Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of medical vacuum pump manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top medical vacuum pump manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any medical vacuum pump company can design, engineer, and manufacture medical vacuum pumps to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach medical vacuum pump companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of duplex medical vacuum pumps, medical surgical vacuum system, and medical low pressure vacuum pumps.

  • Randolph, NJ 973-252-8200

    Experts in the design of process liquid ring vacuum pump systems since 1986. Reliability is our primary goal. We design the most advantageous vacuum system for each customer’s objectives. Our expertise includes Liquid Ring, Rotary Vane, Once-Thru-Oil Rotary Vane and Dry Vacuum Pumps, plus multi-stage hybrid designs and vapor extraction/recovery.

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  • Gardena, CA 310-667-4375

    McKenna Engineering has over four decades years of experience developing vacuum pump solutions for every industry under the sun, around the world. Markets served include chemical, aerospace, high tech, and many more. We are an ISO 9001:2015 certified company. When you choose McKenna, you choose top-notch services and products that are delivered on time. Contact us today to get started with us!

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  • Greentown, PA 570-676-3500

    Vacuum Pump Rebuilders and Welding Services: Offering vacuum pump sales, vacuum pump service, vacuum pump rebuilding and a full selection of vacuum pump parts for most makes and models of vacuum pumps including Alcatel, Busch, Edwards, Kinney, Leybold, Precision, Varian and Welch. We specialize in providing high quality rebuilt vacuum pumps that are affordable and dependable.

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  • Kalama, WA 360-574-6722

    Somarakis, Inc. supplies the very best in high performance positive displacement blowers, screw compressors and vacuum pumps. Based on 42 years of experience, Somarakis offers client-orientated solutions in the field of twin shaft rotary piston machines for a number of industrial vacuum pump applications. Committed to quality and innovation, Somarakis, Inc. has the solution to your vacuum pump challenge.

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  • Boise, ID 208-362-4721

    Pneumotech Inc. Is the Nations Foremost Manufacturer of Compressed Air & Vacuum Systems. We offer innovative cost-effective solutions to your compressed air and vacuum system requirements. As a further service benefit to you; "the Customer" we also offer automated lubrication systems, design, repair, installation, parts, components, systems and lubricant sales.

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VACUUBRAND® Biochem-VacuuCenter (BVC) Liquid Aspiration Systems

Fluid Aspiration Systems For safe, isolated handling of sensitive liquids in biosafety cabinets   The VACUUBRAND BVC liquid aspiration system offers a flexible, integrated solution for safe, sensitive, and efficient aspiration of supernatants from multi-well plates, cell culture flasks, and Petri dishes. The compact BVC units are convenient for cell culture work and many other applications in the laboratory, such as vacuum filtration or solid phase extraction. All this while providing process isolation from intra and inter-laboratory operations.   BVC units combine high functionality, reliability and economy. Every detail of... Read More

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Medical Vacuum Pump

Liquid ring vacuum pumps are vacuum pump systems that make use of a liquid seal to maintain the negative pressure of a vacuum. Vacuum pumps are devices that remove atmosphere from an enclosure. When atmosphere has been removed from an enclosure, the area within the enclosure is called a vacuum. A complete vacuum is a space devoid of pressure. In practice, it is impossible to create a complete vacuum.

The medical technology and research fields are always searching for new innovations; medical vacuum pumps allow researchers to conduct experiments and tests under controlled conditions without fear of interference from air molecules or small, airborne particles. Medical vacuum pumps are usually small, quiet, powerful and low maintenance. They are often made from stainless steel because of the material’s strength and contaminant-resistant properties. These pumps may also be mounted on wheels or in cabinets so they can be easily moved when necessary. Medical vacuum pump tubing and gaskets are made out of strong plastic and rubber that can withstand extreme conditions without boiling or releasing harmful gasses. One of the most common uses for medical vacuum pumps is for the provision of suction during surgical procedures. Pneumatic air supply, gas chromatography, air quality samplers and analyzers rely on vacuum pumps as well. Simple vacuum pumps called aspirators remove excess fluids through a tube system. Aspirators are important vacuum pumps because they provide fast and easy suction almost anywhere.


Medical vacuum pumps vary in their configuration depending on a number of factors. Aspirators, for example, are basic, non-mechanical devices that generate a vacuum through the Venturi Effect, which is the reduction of pressure in an enclosure that occurs when a fluid flows through a constricted section of that enclosure (in this case a pipe or tube). Other vacuum pumps can be more complicated. There are three main kinds of mechanical vacuum pumps: positive displacement, momentum transfer and entrapment pumps, though within those categories there are subcategories. Many medical vacuum pumps are positive displacement pumps that are also rotary vane pumps. Diaphragm pumps are another variety of positive displacement pump. Momentum transfer pumps work by causing gas molecules to accelerate in a consistent direction through repeated collisions with a solid surface or steam jet. Entrapment pumps use rapid heating and cooling to cause condensation, which in turn traps molecules in a solid or absorbed state. All vacuum pumps can also be identified as wet or dry. Oil-lubricated pumps and liquid ring vacuum pumps both involve a liquid at some point in their processes. Dry vacuum pumps don’t make use of any liquid and are more suitable in healthcare contexts. Lubricant oil could, if used in a medical vacuum pump, enter pump air streams and contaminate workspaces or harm patients. For this reason, almost every medical vacuum pump is oilless.



Medical Vacuum Pumps
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Medical Vacuum Pumps - Vacuubrand, Inc.
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