Vacuum Pumps Explained - Basic working principle HVAC

Vacuum Pumps Explained - Basic working principle HVAC

  Vacuum Pumps Explained - Basic working principle HVAC
  Vacuum Pumps Explained - Basic working principle HVAC

Vacuum pumps:
 A device that removes gas molecules from a closed compartment to create a vacuum. It was invented by the German scientist and inventor Ottofon Gorik in 1650 AD .. There are several types of vacuum pumps that reduce pressure, according to the required level of pressure. There are pumps operating from the atmospheric pressure 760 Tor to approximately 1 Tor early to 10-3 Tor, and these are used in industrial fields such as the food and drug industries, etc., and from these pumps the water and mechanical pump.

As for lower pressure levels, diffusion pumps and franchise pumps cooled with liquid nitrogen can be used. These pumps require mechanical pumps to empty the air up to 10-2 Tor at least. There are also other pumps, among them the so-called molecular pumps, turbo-molecular and cryogenic absorption pumps, which will be explained later

How do Vacuum Pumps work. Vacuum Pumps Explained. In this video we learn how vacuum pumps work, the main parts of a vacuum pump and where we use them. This covered the basic working principle of single stage and two stage vacuum pumps for HVAC engineers.


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