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INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF VACUUM PUMP
Installation
To ensure the proper functioning of the vacuum pump, follow these
installation guidelines:
The pump should be positioned horizontally and in a dry, ventilated
area free of dust and other contaminants.
Maintain a clearance of at least 10cm (4 inches) around the pump to
ensure proper airflow.
If you are permanently mounting the pump, remove the rubber pads
from the bottom of the base, and use the existing threaded holes to
mount the unit with ST4.2 screws.
When permanently mounting the pump, be sure to maintain proper
clearances, especially at the air intake at the end of the vane shell.
If a special electromagnetic valve is needed, it can be installed on the
gas inlet.
Connecting the vacuum pump to the system being evacuated
By following these guidelines and steps, you can effectively control the
vacuum pressure and safely connect the vacuum pump to the system
being evacuated.
Identify the gas inlet on the vacuum pump and the gas outlet on the
system being evacuated.
Use a short, sealed hose to connect the gas inlet on the vacuum pump
to the gas outlet on the system being evacuated. Make sure the hose
is free of dust, dirt, and heavy condensation.
Check for any leaks in the connection before starting the pump.
Maintenance
Proper maintenance of the vacuum pump is essential to ensure its optimal
performance. Here are some maintenance guidelines:
Keep the pump clean and free from foreign matter.
Keep the oil filled to the oil level, and never let the pump run without
oil.
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