Macquarie Semiconductor and Technology on behalf of Inspire Technologies, Inc.
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Current Equipment Status: Available
Location of Equipment: Caldwell, United States
Available date: Currently Available
Turbo molecular pump with controller
Varian TV 300HT
Model No : 969-9037
Controller Model: 969-9524
Condition : New and Never use
The Turbo-V300HT series pumps are turbo-molecular pumps for high and ultra-high vacuum applications and can pump any type of gas or gas compound. They are not suitable for pumping liquids or solid particles. The pumping action is obtained through a high speed turbine (max. 56000 rpm) driven by a high-performance 3-phase electric motor. The Turbo-V300HT pumps are free of contaminating agents and, therefore, are suitable for applications requiring a "clean" vacuum.
The Turbo-V300HT pump consists of a high frequency motor driving a turbine fitted with 8 bladed stages and 3 Macrotorr stages. The turbine rotates in a counter-clockwise direction when viewed from the high vacuum flange end. The turbine is made of high-strength, light aluminium alloy, and is machined from a single block of aluminium. The turbine blades have five different angles, from 42° to 10°, while the Macrotorr stages are in form of discs. The turbine rotor is supported by permanently lubricated high precision ceramic ball bearings installed on the forevacuum side of the pump.
Varian V300 HT Pumping Speed & Compression ratio Graph:
Varian V300 HT Dimensions
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