Gast Dry rotary vane vacuum pump, 4.5 cfm, 115 VAC

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Gast Mfr # 0523-V542AQ-G588NDX – Item # EW-07055-60
  • Pumps require little maintenance and reduce risk of contamination.
  • Ideal for use in low-pressure or high-capacity applications.

$882.00USD / Each

SPECS & DESCRIPTION

Specifications & Description

  • Wetted PartsCast Iron, Aluminum, Carbon Graphite
  • Free-Air Capacity (CFM)4.5
  • Free-Air Capacity (LPM)127
  • Free-Air Capacity (LPH)7620
  • Max Flow Rate (CFM)4.66
  • Max Flow Rate (Liters/min)133
  • Max Vacuum (in Hg)26
  • Max Vacuum (mbar)132.9
  • Max Vacuum (mm Hg)99.6
  • Max Vacuum (torr)99.6
  • Port Size1/4" NPT(F); one 1/4" to 3/8" barbed adapter included
  • Max Temperature (° F)100
  • Max Temperature (° C)38
  • Duty CycleContinuous
  • Power (VAC)115
  • Power (amps)7.0
  • Power (Hz)50/60
  • Motor Typeopen drip-proof
  • Height (in)6.5625
  • Width (in)5.625
  • Length (in)11.625
  • Height (cm)16.69
  • Width (cm)14.29
  • Length (cm)29.53
  • Height (mm)166.9
  • Width (mm)142.9
  • Length (mm)166.9
  • Motor hp1/3
  • DescriptionDry rotary vane vacuum pump, 4.5 cfm, 115 VAC

Key Features

  • Pumps require little maintenance and reduce risk of contamination.
  • Ideal for use in low-pressure or high-capacity applications.

More About this Item

Pumps include vacuum gauge, filter, carrying handle, and a 6-ft cord (the 115 VAC models include a U.S. standard plug).

*Intermittent duty is 10 minutes or less on and 10 minutes or more off.

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Gast Dry rotary vane vacuum pump, 4.5 cfm, 115 VAC
 
4.5

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5.0

Loved the pump, excellent shipping conta

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from Memphis, TN

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Works Properly

Cons

    Best Uses

    • In The Lab

    Comments about Gast Dry rotary vane vacuum pump, 4.5 cfm, 115 VAC:

    I was instantly impressed with the shipping container. The pump was attached to plywood which was held in place with a cardboard sleeve. Cheapest possible and very effective. Also the vacuum pumps were plugged in, attached to tubing. That was all.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    great product for our application

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    from downers grove, IL

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    Pros

    • Accurate
    • Durable
    • Easy To Use
    • Works Properly

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • In The Field
      • In The Lab

      Comments about Gast Dry rotary vane vacuum pump, 4.5 cfm, 115 VAC:

      Great product at a good cost

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      • Q:

        I have an application that requires 200 mTorr (0.007" of Hg) for operation. Can i control the vaccum being created by this pump to that level. I.E. Can i adjust the pump to create the above vacuum or is it not particularly adjustable.
        Asked on 9/2/2010 by gchris from gaithersburg

        2 answers

        • STAFF EXPERT

          A:

          Typically, to fine tune a vacuum level, a valve is used to bleed in room air to the level of appropriate vacuum.

          Answered on 9/7/2010 by Jack from Technical Support
        • A:

          The pump is rated at 26" of mercury. One atmosphere is about 30" of mercury so its ultimate pressure is about 30-26=4" of mercury or about 100 Torr or 500 times the pressure you want.

          Answered on 1/27/2015 by Lloyd from San Diego, CA
      • Q:

        Can this pump handle continuous operation? The specs say continuous but if you read above the specs it says 10 min. intermittant.
        Asked on 6/23/2010 by Roy from Alberta

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          A:

          The duty cycle for this pump is continuous. The maximum pressure this unit can supply is 20psi, but only for 10 minute intervals or "intermittently."
          If you are running the pump at 15 psi or below it may run continuously.

          Answered on 6/25/2010 by Jen from Technical Support
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