Vacuum Plant

A vacuum plant system for laboratory or industrial environments which require high purity gases is designed to create and maintain a low pressure or vacuum conditions suitable for handling and processing gases with exceptionally high purity requirements.

All vacuum systems are  designed to a bespoke specification for each application to create and maintain the desired vacuum level for the system, within the design an element of  future proofing  is considered for potential increase in demand and extension of the system.

Common types of vacuum pumps include rotary vane pumps, turbo pumps, cryogenic pumps, and ion pumps. These pumps work in tandem or in series to achieve the necessary pressure levels.

The Vacuum plant is often located within a controlled environment known as a cleanroom, to minimise contamination and maintain the purity of the gases being processed.

Regular maintenance and servicing of the equipment are essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity of the vacuum plant system. This includes routine inspections, lubrication, and replacement of worn components.