NORTH BILLERICA, MA--(Marketwired - Oct 29, 2013) - MV Products has introduced a vacuum pump inlet trap designed to protect central source vacuum systems in hospitals, university science buildings, and research facilities. For a small additional cost, these traps help keep them running properly to prevent costly maintenance and downtime.
The MV Multi-Trap® Vacuum Inlet Trap is designed to protect central source vacuum systems from damage caused by acids, solvents, particulates, water vapor, and other contaminants which can cause vacuum pump failure. Easily customized to meet facility requirements, it has a large knockdown stage to collect heavy solid and condensable contaminants and can incorporate up to six separate stages, each equipped with multiple filter elements.
Providing up to 99.999% efficiency, the MV Multi-Trap® Vacuum Inlet Trap helps assure that a CSVS will require less maintenance and operate longer. Suitable for systems up to 2,000 CFM, the replaceable filter elements come in two sizes and include stainless steel and copper gauze, molecular sieve, activated alumina, activated charcoal, Sodasorb®, and pleated polypropylene.
The MV Multi-Trap® Vacuum Inlet Trap is priced from $2,295.00 up, depending upon configuration. Price quotations are available upon request.
About MV Products, division of Mass-Vac, Inc.
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. The MV Products division was established after years of field experience rebuilding vacuum pumps and analyzing the reasons why they failed, along with extensive research and development. As a result, the firm has developed 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.
MV Products 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. Mass-Vac, Inc. is an active member of SEMI and the American Vacuum Society.