Macquarie Semiconductor and Technology on behalf of Inspire Technologies, Inc.
The images and data contained herein is owned by Macquarie and is intended for use only by potential purchasers of goods shown herein. Except for such permitted usage, no other use of the images and data is permitted and such images and data shall not be exhibited or shown in any websites or social media or for any commercial purposes without Macquarie’s written permission. Therefore, no seller of goods like the goods shown herein has any right or authority to show or exhibit any images or data shown herein.
Date of Manufacture:
Currently Configured for: N/A
Current Equipment Status: Available
Location of Equipment: Caldwell, United States
Available date: Currently Available
DOMESTIC SALE: Only offers from US entities will be considered. Seller will not clear the equipment for export or act as Exporter of Record from the United States.
Edwards E2M8 ( Q'ty : 4 )
SN : 66551, 43479, 66552, 71378
The Edwards E2M8 pumps are oil-sealed and designed for reliable, long-term operation in both laboratory and industrial environments. The pumps are free-standind units. The drive is provided through a flexible coupling by a single-phase or three-phase motor.
The motors are totally enclosed and are cooled by the motor-cooling fan which directs air along the motor fins.
The single-phase motors have either an automatic or manual reset thermal overload device. When the motor is too hot, the thermal overload device switches off the pump. If the thermal overload device has an automatic reset, when the pump cools down, the device resets and the pump will restart.
A rotary vane pump can be described as a positive-displacement pump that is comprised of vanes mounted to a rotor that rotates inside of an enclosure. In some instances these vanes can be of varying length and tensioned to maintain contact with the walls as the pump rotates.
The simplest rotary vane pump is a circular rotor revolving inside of a larger round enclosure. The centers of these two bands are offset, inducing eccentricity. Vanes are allowed to slide in and out of the rotor and seal on all edges, making vane chambers that do the pumping work. On the intake side of the pump, the vane chambers are increasing in volume. These increasing volume vane chambers are filled with fluid forced in by the inlet pressure. Inlet pressure level is actually the pressure level from the system being pumped, frequently just the atmosphere. On the exhaust side of the pump, the vane chambers are decreasing in volume, forcing fluid out of the pump. The activity of the vane drives out the same volume of fluid with each rotation. Multistage rotary vane vacuum pumps can reach pressures levels as low as 103 mbar (0.1 Pa).Visit the rotary vane pump wiki page for more information.
The information referenced on this page is accurate to the best of our knowledge. We do not warrant the completeness or accuracy of the information contained herein. Interested parties are encouraged to request inspection to verify equipment condition, configuration, and completeness. Any offer to purchase equipment shall be subject to our standard terms and conditions of sale.
Get in touch
Ask about our equipment solutions, ranging from Macquarie equipment inventory sales, sourcing programs, surplus disposition options, and direct equipment purchases.