Unboxing: Atlas Copco’s New Range of GHS VSD+ Vacuum Pumps
There’s always a level of excitement surrounding the launch of the next generation of mobile phone or this years’ newest model of luxury vehicle – and rightfully so. It seems anytime these products are released, they display some game-changing new feature worth being excited about. Well, that’s how we feel about the new GHS 1402 – 2002 VSD+ oil-sealed rotary screw vacuum pumps. This new range of product comes packed with exciting new features that build on the original high-efficiency plug-and-play design of its predecessor, once again raising the bar for vacuum solutions everywhere.
3 Things To Consider When Choosing the Right Vacuum Technology
From food packaging and plastic extrusion to chemical distillation and woodworking router tables … vacuum plays a critical role in just about every industry. This means that choosing the right type of vacuum pump to fit an application is extremely important for not only the efficiency of the process, but the quality of the end product. So what kind of things should you consider when choosing the right vacuum pump for your process?
Vacuum Solutions: The Next Generation of Vacuum System Controller
Atlas Copco’s HEX@ is the new evolution in vacuum control. Not only allowing your pumps to be truly plug and play, but also allowing you to integrate and connect them to the level you require. Whether you are considering vacuum uptime, pump performance, economy or health, HEX@ gives you the
information and understanding to optimize according to your priority.
Vacuum Solutions: Poultry Processing
With an average of 9 billion chickens processed in the USA last year, companies are continuously looking toward more efficient, reliable, and clean processing solutions to maximize energy savings and profitability.
How It Works: Liquid Ring Pump
When it comes to different technologies for industrial vacuum applications, none have been around as long as liquid ring. Originally developed at the turn of the 20th century, this relatively unchanged technology is still a common product used today.
Stay Local or Move to a Centralized System?
How would you describe (or spell) the onomatopoeia that comes with the rush of air from opening a vacuum-sealed product? Is it a THOCK? Or a FUUUSH?