Dry claw pumps are becoming a popular choice as customers look for an alternative to the oil sealed rotary pumps. While often used in the packing, printing, wood processing and wastewater management industries, dry claw pumps are beneficial in factories where pneumatic machines and conveyors are used.
One dry claw vacuum pump that we often recommend is the Quincy QCV. This particular line boasts design innovations that have taken claw pump technology to a new level. Dry claw vacuum pumps are considered the optimal choice for a variety of uses due to the mechanical strength, efficiency and design simplicity behind the technology. With many successful applications across a range of industries, the dry claw vacuum has been tested and refined time and again to ensure users receive the highest performing pump.
There are many different kinds of vacuum pumps, but what makes the claw pump stand out is it’s dry technology. Most vacuum pumps use water or oil to lubricate and create a seal. The dry claw vacuum pump uses positive displacement by trapping the gas and moving it through the pump which creates pressure.
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