HiPace 300 (DN 100 ISO-F)

HiPace 300 (DN 100 ISO-F)

$11,900.00

$11,666.00

Pfeiffer HiPace 300 with TC400, DN 100 ISO-F

Features:

  • Rugged, powerful turbopump with a pumping speed of up to 260 l/s for N2
  • Integrated TC 400 drive electronics
  • Ideal for analytical and industrial applications
  • For installation in any orientation
  • With integrated water cooling for maximum gas throughput
  • Flexible through the ability to employ up to 4 accessories
  • Ideal for fast cycles
  • Extensive accessories expand the range of applications

C=Corrosive gas version

Bearing Hybrid
Compression ratio for Ar > 1 · e11
Compression ratio for H2 9 · e5
Compression ratio for He > 1 · e8
Compression ratio for N2 > 1 · e11
Cooling method, optional Air
Cooling method, standard Water
Cooling water consumption 50 l/h
Cooling water temperature 15-35 °C | 59-95 °F | 288-308 K
Electronic drive unit with TC 400
Flange (in) DN 100 ISO-F
Flange (out) DN 16 ISO-KF / G 1/4"
Fore-vacuum max. for N2 20 hPa | 15 Torr | 20 mbar
Gas throughput at full rotational speed for Ar 7 hPa l/s | 5.25 Torr l/s | 7 mbar l/s
Gas throughput at full rotational speed for H2 > 14 hPa l/s | > 10.5 Torr l/s | > 14 mbar l/s
Gas throughput at full rotational speed for He 20 hPa l/s | 15 Torr l/s | 20 mbar l/s
Gas throughput at full rotational speed for N2 14 hPa l/s | 10.5 Torr l/s | 14 mbar l/s
Interfaces RS-485, Remote
Mounting orientation in any orientation
Operating voltage 24 (± 5 %) V DC
Permissible magnetic field max. 5.5 mT
Protection category IP54
Pumping speed for Ar 255 l/s
Pumping speed for H2 220 l/s
Pumping speed for He 255 l/s
Pumping speed for N2 260 l/s
Rotation speed ± 2 % 60000 min-1
Rotation speed variable 35-100 %
Run-up time 1.8 min
Sound pressure level ≤ 50 dB (A)
Ultimate pressure according to PNEUROP < 1 · 10-7 hPa | < 7.5 · 10-8Torr | < 1 · 10-7 mbar
Venting connection G 1/8"
Weight 7 kg | 15.43 lb

Applications:

  • Analytical
  • Leak Detection
  • Vacuum process technology
  • Research, Development and Scientific
  • Particle accelerators
  • Electron-beam welding
  • Solar Energy