Vacuum Generators

Vacuum generators provide the required vacuum. The vacuum is generated either pneumatically (ejectors) or electrically (pumps, blowers). Pneumatic vacuum generators implement short cycle times and can be integrated directly into the system due to their compact and lightweight design. Ejectors offer intelligent functions for energy and process control. Electrical vacuum generators are used in applications when compressed air is not available or if very high suction capacities are required.
 

Ejector modules

  • Small and compact vacuum generators
  • For centralized and decentralized vacuum generation
  • Integrated silencer

Basic Ejectors

  • Small and compact vacuum generators
  • For centralized and decentralized vacuum generation
  • Integrated silencer

Inline Ejectors

  • Mounted directly in the hose line
  • Compact design
  • For decentralized vacuum generation

Decentralized Ejectors

  • High feed and evacuation volume
  • For decentralized vacuum generation

Compact Ejectors

  • Integrated suction and blow off valves
  • Integrated filter and vacuum switch
  • Optional air saving function and functions for energy and process control

Compact Terminals

  • Compact vacuum terminal
  • consisting of up to 16 block-mounted compact ejectors

Vacuum Pumps

  • High vacuum with low flow rate
  • Oil-lubricated, for use as dry-running or water-ring pump

Vacuum Blowers

  • High flow rate with low vacuum
  • Optional frequency control and electro-pneumatic reversing
  • For porous workpieces

Vacuum Reservoirs

  • Reservoir for use as safety feature in case of power failure

Vacuum Centres

  • Complete unit with pump, reservoir, monitoring device and controller

Vacuum Units

  • Complete unit with ejector, reservoir, monitoring device and controller