Introducing the Vacuum Pump by Gardner Denver, Which Fulfils all CEM System Requirements
Jun 29 2017 Read 742 Times
A continuous emissions monitoring system (CEM) aims to reduce or avoid contaminants and pollutants. It is an important part of environmental protection. With regard to exhaust emissions, strict regional guidelines and norms apply and must be complied with. The THOMAS 1610 AC vacuum pump by Gardner Denver fulfils the stringent requirements that are placed on CEM systems in the industry. It distinguishes itself through continuous operation and excellent performance stability over lifetime thus enabling reliable fume and emissions monitoring.
The maintenance free operation, long lifetime and stable performance of the 1610 AC pump speak for its outstanding durability.
The most important features of the 1610 AC include: Continuous operation due to efficient heat extraction, Chemical compatibility due to FKM elastomers, Long lifetime due to the pump configuration, No breaking of molded inlet and outlet ports thanks to threaded ports.
The 1610 AC vacuum pump, particularly in combination with the SR25 peristaltic pump, is perfectly suited for gas detectors and collectors, and can be used for example in large combustion plants, incineration plants, for cement or lime kilns etc.
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