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3 cfm vacuum pump single stage
3 cfm vacuum pump single stage
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Vacuum Pump 3 CFM Single Stage 5 Pa Ultimate Vacuum 1.4 HP
$89.95
Introduction:

If you need to create a vacuum, this pump will draw a vacuum down to 5 Pa. Remember that normal atmosphere, around sea level is 100,000 Pa or 100 KPa. The vacuum pump is very small for its power (1/4 HP). The volume of air that it can move is 3 CFM (Cubic Feet Per Minute). This item also goes well with our vacuum pressure sensor switch.

Description:

The applications that you can use this vacuum pump is vast. We use it for picking and placing. I am constantly hearing of customers use these pneumatic items for all kinds of applications from degassing to clamping/gluing.

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