Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems launched the new series of VacTest vacuum measurement equipment to help users observe exact pressures and pressure curves in vacuum-assisted processes, and in turn, achieve optimum efficiency and product quality.
The new product lines meet all requirements for measurement, monitoring, control and regulation of a vacuum system or process in terms of accuracy, measurement range and functionality. The technologies allow a wide measurement range from 1,600 to 5 - 1010 millibar, effectively covering all vacuum levels with accuracy. VacTest equipment includes:
- VacTest Digital Transmitters. The high-end gauges come with a full range of options as standard. Smart micro-controller architecture allows an optimal sensor control, while many setting possibilities making them the ideal for many applications.
- VacTest Analog Transmitters. The transmitters feature a compact, rugged and functional design. With excellent measuring accuracy and stability, they are ideal for centralized monitoring and control systems.
- VacTest Mobile Gauges. The handheld solution is designed for service or vacuum process quality assurance. These battery-operated gauges offer various functions such as a USB interface for data export and visualization.
Busch's VacTest vacuum measurement equipment includes VacTest Digital Transmitters, VacTest Analog Transmitters, and VacTest Mobile Gauges (left to right).
Busch offers its VacTest explorer as a software tool to provide fast and efficient visualization, analysis and comparison of process data on a computer or tablet. VacTest explorer is available in Lite and Pro versions and has numerous functions. These are used, for example, to calculate leakage rates, remotely control the active sensor controller, and compare pump-down curves, or to configure all digital transmitter parameters.
Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems is one of the largest manufacturers of vacuum pumps, blowers and compressors in the world. Our products are at the forefront of vacuum and low-pressure technology. For more information, visit www.buschusa.com.