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New WelchNet Titan Oil-Free Vacuum Systems

Published: Monday, October 15, 2012
Last Updated: Sunday, October 14, 2012
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High capacity PTFE diaphragm vacuum pumps for multi-user laboratory installations.

Welch-Ilmvac has introduced the WelchNet Titan, a microprocessor controlled system of high capacity PTFE diaphragm vacuum pumps for Multi-User Laboratory Installations.

The pumps work individually or in tandem as the laboratory vacuum demand requires, holding vacuum level even if an individual pump needs maintenance.

Features include:
• Intelligent Vacuum Control
• Chemical Resistant
• Green technology
• Oil Free
• Energy Efficient
• Low Maintenance

The Titan is mounted on a mobile base frame which is easily positioned for adaptation to existing plumbing.

Titan-4 and Titan-6 are systems utilizing 4 or 6 PTFE diaphragm pumps to provide efficient vacuum on demand for up to 30 separate users.

The individual pumps start up in tandem and are successively switched off as working vacuum pressure is attained.

One or more pumps come on in response to vacuum demand, rotating usage to distribute pump wear and extend maintenance interval.

With manufacturing on three continents, global distribution, and an extensive service network, Welch-Ilmvac provides expert technical solutions and value-driven vacuum products for the global marketplace.

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