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MSP400-S Vacuum Station


Usage

  • Pneumatically-Driven Vacuum Station operates on the Venturi Principle
  • Designed for applications requiring high flows at moderate vacuum levels
  • Provides vacuum levels down to 27” Hg, and flows up to 148 SCFM
  • Suitable for a wide range of applications (packaging and material handling industries, and industrial automation and laboratory environments)

Features

  • Minimum space requirements
  • Economical proven design
  • Lightweight, precise aluminum construction with brass nozzles
  • Equipped with exhaust muffler to reduce noise level
  • Low maintenance, no internal moving parts
  • Efficient operation
  • Generates no heat
  • Safe operation – explosion proof

Dimensional Specifications for MSP400-S Vacuum Station

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Model
Number

MSP400-S

 Specifications
Compressed Air Required: 50 Micron, dry, filtered, non-lubricated
Operating Temperature: -14 to +176°F (-10 to +80°C)
Optimum Operating Pressure: 87 psi (6 bar)
Minimum of 1/2″ air supply line required

ANVER
Model Number

Max Vacuum
in. Hg
(mm Hg)

Vacuum Flow
SCFM
(L/min.)

Air Consumption
SCFM
(L/min.)

Input Pressure
psi
(bar)
Unit Weight
lb
(kg)
Max Vacuum
Level @ Sea Level
in. Hg
(mbar)

MSP400-S

27
(690)

148.26
(4200)

49.42
(1400)

87
(6)
19
(8.6)
27
(914)

Air consumption and vacuum flow at various vacuum levels (-Hg) at 87 psi.

Model
Number
Vacuum Flow at Vacuum Level
SCFM
(L/min.)
0 Hg 3 Hg 6 Hg 9 Hg 12 Hg 15 Hg 18 Hg 21 Hg 24 Hg
MSP400-S 148.26
(4200)
105.90
(3000)
69.19
(1960)
36.71
(1040)
25.42
(720)
20.47
(580)
15.18
(430)
9.88
(280)
5.93
(168)

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