Adjustable vacuum generators - Exair Corp.

Feb. 18, 2010
The adjustable E-Vac Series of low-cost, compressed-air-powered vacuum generators feature easily adjustable vacuum and flow rates. These vacuum pumps are maintenance-free and have no moving parts to wear out.

The adjustable E-Vac Series of low-cost, compressed-air-powered vacuum generators feature easily adjustable vacuum and flow rates. These vacuum pumps are maintenance-free and have no moving parts to wear out.

By tuning the E-Vac to the application, compressed-air use is minimized. With a turn of the unit, the vacuum and flow levels can be changed to overcome porosity and adjust the lifting power. The unit’s straight-through, single-stage aluminum construction requires no vacuum filter — contaminants pass through the unit so there is no clogging or loss of suction.
Four sizes are available with adjustable vacuum rates to 25-in. Hg and flow rates up to 81 scfm. Available kit configurations include vacuum cups, fittings, tubing, and a mounting clip

Exair Corp., 11510 Goldcoast Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45249, (800) 903-9247, www.exair.com/adjevac.htm

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