Energy usage testing was conducted on a VACUU-LAN® network at Notre Dame, which revealed a projected net energy savings estimate of about 55% over a central vacuum system.
VACUU-LAN® vacuum networks supported Notre Dame’s objective of building a research building adaptable over time to support a problem-focused approach to its scientific program.
Criteria for selecting vacuum pumps to handle application with high vapor-flows such as lyophilization and evaporation.
Purdue replaced its steam ejector central vacuum system with VACUU-LAN® local vacuum networks, which resulted in significant utility savings of approximately $30,000 per month.
Numerous laboratory vacuum solutions are available that support sustainability and green objectives.
VACUU-LAN® local vacuum networks offer operating advantages for institutions but also provides significant benefits for scientists working in the lab.
VACUU-LAN® local vacuum networks maintain biocontainment by allowing multiple applications within a Biosaftey lab to run on a single pump isolated from other vacuum networks.
To increase capacity, York College installed VACUU-LAN® local vacuum networks to meet the demand of their expanding laboratory science program.