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R 5 RB 0006 C/E

The R 5 RB 0006 C/E belong to the Busch product family of proven R 5 rotary vane vacuum pumps. RB series R 5 rotary vane vacuum pumps are extremely compact due to their integrated motor and transmission, making them the ideal choice for fixed installations. The R 5 RB 0006 C is suitable for cyclical operation in confined spaces, e.g. in packaging machines. The R 5 RB 0006 E has a higher oil capacity and optimized oil separation, making it the ideal choice for the harshest rough vacuum applications and for long operating times. You will find more information on advantages, technology, accessories and spare parts, applications as well as a complete product overview on our R 5 RB/RC series type page.

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Rotary vane technology is synonymous with a robust, functional construction. R 5 rotary vane vacuum pumps are characterized by an optimum design and perfectly synchronized components and materials. The constantly high vacuum level is ensured by effective oil lubrication and state-of-the-art precision manufacturing. A sophisticated oil separator ensures efficient use of oil. When fitted with a gas-ballast valve (optional), even large quantities of vapor can be extracted.

A non-return valve in the inlet flange prevents the pumped medium from flowing back into the vacuum process after the vacuum pump is switched off. The R 5 RB 0006 C/E are driven by a directly flange-mounted standard electric motor, with an efficiency class of IE3.

Pumping speed

Air at 20 °C. Tolerance: ± 10%

Pumping speed
Technical data RB 0006 C RB 0006 E
Dimensions (L x W x H) *
* Depending on the motor


R 5 RB 0006 C/E

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