Product - DS Series Rotary Vane Pumps

DS Series Rotary Vane Pumps

DS Series Rotary Vane Pumps

Thanks to a very simple and highly reliable design, these field proven rotary vane pumps provide excellent vacuum performance. Agilent’s quality and manufacturing standards ensure that the DS Rotary Vane Pumps provide high pumping stability for light gases, low noise, minimal oil backstreaming, and a long operating life. The pump’s two-stage design allows for low operating temperature, minimal backstreaming at low pressure and good pumping efficiency and gas ballast in the low 10-2 mbar region. DS Rotary Vane Pumps conform to European Union directives (CE) and Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) requirements, and all pumps are UL and Canadian Standards Authority (CSA) approved.


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DS 40M 60 Hz(cfm): 1.27 The Agilent DS40M 2m3/hr Rotary Vane Pump is compact, quiet, consumes power frugally, and has a magnetic coupling to elimnate oil leaks.
50 Hz (m3/h): 1.8
DS 102 60 Hz(cfm): 3.5 Two-stage rotary vane pump delivers a pumping speed of 114 liters per minute, low noise and a long operating life.
50 Hz (m3/h): 5
DS 202 60 Hz(cfm): 5.8 Two-stage rotary vane pump provides a pumping speed of 192 liters per minute, has a low operating temperature and minimal backstreaming at low pressure.
50 Hz (m3/h): 8.3
DS 302 60 Hz(cfm): 8.2 Two-stage rotary vane pump provides a pumping speed of 285 liters per minute, low noise and minimal backstreaming at low pressure.
50 Hz (m3/h): 11.6
DS 402 60 Hz(cfm): 12.3 Two-stage rotary vane pump provides a pumping speed of 410 liters per minute, low noise and minimal backstreaming at low pressure.
50 Hz (m3/h): 17.4
DS 602 60 Hz(cfm): 17.6 Two-stage rotary vane pump provides a pumping speed of 605 liters per minute, low noise and minimal backstreaming at low pressure.
50 Hz (m3/h): 25
MS 40+ 60 Hz(cfm): 23.5 Mono-Stage rotary vane pump allows high pumping capacity and reduced dimensions. Suitable for steady and high gas throughput conditions at pressures below 10 Torr.

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