NORTH BILLERICA, MA--(Marketwired - Jan 21, 2014) - MV Products manufactures a full line of vacuum inlet traps for protecting vacuum pumps ranging from small sizes used in research laboratories up to scalable production systems used for manufacturing organic LEDs, carbon nanotubes, thin film batteries, and graphene.
MV Vacuum Inlet Traps feature user-selectable filter elements for removing the corrosive gases and abrasive particles created by processes that use volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Designed for easy in-line installation and filter changes, these traps come in a wide range of sizes for protecting all types of vacuum pumps from fluid contamination and oil back streaming.
Suitable for applications from 1 to 5,000 CFM, MV Vacuum Inlet Traps are made from stainless steel in sizes ranging from a 4" dia. Posi-Trap® with one filter to a 16" dia. high capacity MV Multi-Trap® stacked with 16 filter elements. Filter elements include stainless steel- and copper-gauze, molecular sieve, activated alumina or charcoal, micron-rated pleated polypropylene, and Sodasorb®.
MV Vacuum Inlet Traps are priced from $249.95 and up, depending upon model, filter elements and configuration. Pricing is available upon request.
About MV Products
Protecting vacuum pumps, people and the environment, MV Products is a division of Mass-Vac, Inc., 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.