Are you still using belt-drive, oil-sealed pumps for your routine lab applications? Is there any other equipment used in your labs that hasn’t changed much in the 70 years since these pumps were featured in this 1944 ad?
Nearly all lab vacuum applications – including vacuum filtration, rotary evaporation, cell culture aspiration, concentration, and oven drying – are best served by dry, diaphragm pumps. The oil-free operation offers great service advantages, and the quiet performance makes your lab a more pleasant place to work.
Maybe more importantly, diaphragm pumps produce vacuum in the appropriate range for most lab operations, protecting your samples and providing advanced control options that can free you from the tedium of oversight of vacuum applications.
To learn more about our modern dry vacuum pumps, contact VACUUBRAND today!