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BeaconMedaes LifeLine® Camel systems utilize Nash liquid ring pumps - the world's best known liquid ring pumps.
Durability Measured in Decades
Most vacuum technologies measure life in terms of "hours" but liquid ring measures in decades. No vanes, no friction results in extraordinary long life with minimal requirements.
The Liquid Ring Operating Principle
Liquid ring is a simple technology. A rotor spins a sealing fluid (usually water) inside of a cylindrical housing. Since the rotor is offset to the housing, the fluid moves in and out of "buckets" as the rotor turns. The fluid acts as an ideal piston, pumping air virtually without friction. The rotor never touches the housing, so the pump suffers no internal wear.
Secure Against Loss of Water
Water usage and loss of supply are often cited as reasons to forgo the advantages of liquid rings. The BeaconMedaes LifeLine® Camel provides the answer to both issues through an on-board reservoir containing up to 48 hours of reserve seal water.
Ability to Handle Liquid Carryover
Unlike other technology options, liquid ring systems can ingest volumes of liquid contaminants without noticeable effect on pump operation.
The duplex medical vacuum system must be fully compliant
with the latest edition of NFPA 99. The package will consist
of two oil-free liquid ring vacuum pumps, a control panel,
and a receiver sized for appropriate demand all mounted on a
common base frame. The receiver shall be ASME coded with
a isolation valve to allow for draining of the receiver without
interrupting the vacuum service. A manual drain shall be
provided on the receiver.