NORTH BILLERICA, MA--(Marketwire - Sep 4, 2012) - Mass-Vac, Inc. provides a vacuum pump rebuilding service for rotary vane, rotary piston, and other pump technologies used in research, production, and semiconductor fabrication facilities. In addition to vacuum pump repair, the firm provides insight into future prevention.
The Mass-Vac Vacuum Pump Rebuilding Service restores current and obsolete rotary vane, rotary piston, and other pump technologies to OEM specifications. Most importantly, the service includes an evaluation of what caused the pump failure, a review of the customer's application and installation, and offers maintenance recommendations to prevent future vacuum pump failures, plus suggestions for filtration products where applicable.
The vacuum pump rebuild process begins with pump disassembly under a fume hood, decontamination, and parts inspection, and then Mass-Vac Vacuum Pump Rebuilding Service will contact the customer with a firm price quotation for the cost of rebuilding. Rebuilt vacuum pumps receive three or four days of rigorous testing, several oil flushes, and a thorough inspection before shipment.
The Mass-Vac Vacuum Pump Rebuilding Service includes a full one-year parts and labor warranty. Committed to safety, the firm is licensed to handle hazardous waste by the EPA and the Mass. Dept. of Environmental Protection.
About MV Products
Protecting vacuum pumps, people and the environment, Mass-Vac, Inc. was founded in 1971 to serve customers in need of vacuum pump support and service. After years of field experience rebuilding vacuum pumps and analyzing the reasons why they failed, along with extensive research and development the MV Products division was created. MV Products manufactures a complete line of vacuum inlet traps, exhaust traps, mist eliminators, and oil filtration systems for a wide range of manufacturing, laboratory, and commercial applications including universities and hospitals.
Mass-Vac, Inc. specializes in solving the process contamination problems associated vacuum systems that are used with processes such as MOCVD, HVPE, PECVD, or LPCVD which generate high volumes of particulates. These processes, of course, are used in manufacturing green products such as solar cells, HB-LEDs, and Li-Ion batteries. Mass-Vac, Inc. is an active member of SEMI and the American Vacuum Society.