Vacuum Pump Liquid Separator Silencers

Feauture

Available in most connection styles: Threaded, Slot, Flange (ANSI, JIS, DIN, etc.)

Benefit

Compatible for installations around the globe

Feauture

Available in most standard sizes

Benefit

One-stop source at a reasonable price

Feauture

Commercial and manufacturing locations located throughout the world

Benefit

Faster delivery, lower cost, reduced complexity

Feauture

All products are leak tested

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Quality ensured

Feauture

Stainless steel option

Benefit

Performs in demanding applications

RWVS/UWVS Series

Inlet Liquid Separator Silencers

Features

  • Rust inhibitive primer applied to exterior surfaces
  • Low profile version(UWVS)

Benefits 

  • Longer Service life and more eye appealing
  • Ability to fit into cramped equipment rooms

RWSI/UWSI Series

Inlet Liquid Separator Silencers

Features

  • Direct dimensional interchange with Burgess design
  • Smaller silencer body overall length

Benefits 

  • Consolidation of supplies means less complexity and savings
  • Easier to fit into packages and space-restrictive equipment rooms

RVCS/UVCS Series

Discharge Liquid Separator Silencers

Features

  • Compact design with low body height and diameter footprint

Benefits 

  • Easier to fit into packages and space-restrictive equipment rooms

RVCS/UVCS Series

Discharge Liquid Separator Silencers

Features

  • Increased sound attenuation performance

Benefits 

  • Ideal for high noise applications

Ideal for:

Liquid ring vacuum pumps

Rotary positive blowers with seal water injection

Mining

Food processing

Paper processing

This i an example of a vacuum pump and liquid removal system. Air and liquid enter the inlet separator -silencer during processing (1). Process liquid is removed (2), and air enters the vacuum pump (3). The pump takes in seal liquid (4). Air and seal liquid are pumped into the discharge separator-silencer (5), which removes the liquid (6) and sends the air into the atmosphere.