MVP 015-2, 0.7m3/h Diaphragm pump, 100-115/208-236 V, 50/60 Hz MVP 015-2, 0.7m3/h Diaphragm pump, 100-115/208-236 V, 50/60 Hz MVP 015-2, 0.7m3/h Diaphragm pump, 100-115/208-236 V, 50/60 Hz MVP 015-2, 0.7m3/h Diaphragm pump, 100-115/208-236 V, 50/60 Hz

MVP 015-2, 0.7m3/h Diaphragm pump, 100-115/208-236 V, 50/60 Hz

$1,701.54

$1,580.00

Pfeiffer Vacuum MVP 015-2, 0.7m3/h Diaphragm pump, 100-115/208-236 V, 50/60 Hz

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Features:
  • Compact diaphragm pump with a pumping speed of up to 0.7 m3/h
  • For mains voltage: 90-127 V, 50 Hz, respectively 187-265 V, 60 Hz
  • Ideal for applications where a dry and oil-free vacuum is required
2 = 2-stage diaphragm pump for easy applications
4 = 4-stage diaphragm pump for best ultimate pressure
    Ambient temperature 12-40 °C | 53.6-104 °F | 285-313 K
    Cooling method, standard Air
    Current consumption 1.1 A
    Emission sound pressure level without gas ballast ≤ 52 dB (A)
    Exhaust pressure, max. 1,100 hPa | 825 Torr | 1,100 mbar
    Flange (in) G 1/8" elbow union + enclosed hose DN 6 x 1000 mm with a straight union in G 1/4" at the end
    Flange (out) G 1/8" + silencer
    Leak rate 5 · 10-4 Pa m3/s | 3.75 · 10-3 Torr l/s | 5 · 10-3 mbar l/s
    Mains requirement: voltage 50 Hz 100-115; 208-236 V
    Mains requirement: voltage 60 Hz 100-115; 208-236 V
    Protection category IP 20
    Pumping speed at 50 Hz 0.50 m3/h
    Pumping speed at 60 Hz 0.70 m3/h
    Rotation speed at 50 Hz 1500 min-1
    Rotation speed at 60 Hz 1800 min-1
    Switch yes
    Ultimate pressure with gas ballast ≤ 4.5 hPa | ≤ 3.38 Torr | ≤ 4.5 mbar
    Ultimate pressure without gas ballast ≤ 3.5 hPa | ≤ 2.62 Torr | ≤ 3.5 mbar
    Weight 6.5 kg | 14.33 lb

     

    Applications

    • Ideal as a backing pump for many turbopumps
    • Systems and pumping stations
    • Laboratories
    • Research & development
    • Analytics
    • Chemical industry
    • Leak detection
    • Practically in all areas in which a dry, oil-free vacuum and uncontaminated pumping of gases is needed