Inside dry screw vacuum pumps, two screw rotors rotate in opposite directions. The pumped medium is trapped between the cylinder and the screw chambers.
There, it is compressed, and transported to the outlet. During this process, the screw rotors do not come in contact with each other or the cylinder.
Cooling can be achieved through air or water cooling.
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High-Quality Roof Tiles Thanks to State-of-the-Art Vacuum Technology
Wienerberger GmbHLearn more
Central Vacuum Supply Brings 50% Energy Savings in Rotor Blade Production
Groß-Rotorblattfertigung GmbHLearn more
Reliable Degassing at the Extrusion Press with Dry Vacuum Technology
Dachziegelwerke Nelskamp GmbHLearn more
Pre-cooling lettuces reliably, thanks to cutting-edge vacuum technology
Heekeren GbRLearn more
Screw Vacuum Pump for Arc PVD Coating
The Role of Vacuum Technology in Freeze Drying
Dry Vacuum Technology for Chemical and Pharmaceutical Processes
Latest Screw Vacuum Technology Lends Exceptional Reliability to ALD Coating
Inficon AGLearn more
High-Quality Essential Oils and Essences Thanks to Vacuum Distillation
Creating High Quality Surface Properties Through Fluorination with Reliable Vacuum Technology
Fluor Technik System GmbHLearn more
Reducing Operating Costs by 40% in Wafer Handling with the Latest Vacuum Technology from Busch
IHP GmbHLearn more
Vacuum for Cleaning and Drying Industrial Parts
Leading the Trend Towards Individual Vacuum Solutions
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