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Oil-Sealed Rotary Vane Vacuum System The Ohio Medical Oil-Sealed Rotary Vane Medical Vacuum System is NFPA 99 compliant for use in medical vacuum and dual Medical/Surgical applications. The unit consists of electric motor driven pumps, vacuum receiver, electrical control system, and interconnection piping and wiring. The components are modularly assembled to accommodate most existing doorways and designed for serviceability. The packaged unit is factory tested prior to shipment and warranted for a period of (30) months from date of shipment or (24) months from date of start-up. Vacuum Pump Module The total recirculating oil sealed Rotary Vane Vacuum Pump is single stage air cooled, and capable of producing a maximum vacuum level of 29.1” Hg. The pump assembly includes an integral anti-suck back valve, exhaust oil separator delivering 99.9% oil-free air, oil level sight glass, and an exhaust pressure gauge. Each pump is protected by a temperature switch, check valve, and includes pump isolation valve, source isolation valve and flexible connector. Vacuum Receiver The Vacuum Receiver is constructed to ASME® (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) standards, rated for full vacuum, and include a valved by-pass, manual drain valve, vacuum gauge and the National Board label. System Controls The UL® listed electrical motor control system is of a fuseless design in a NEMA 12 enclosure. The “Continuous On Demand” feature stops the operation of the motor(s) during periods of low or no demand. The controls include individual self protected combination motor control(s) with short circuit


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