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Solution to water inflow in buffer tank of imported vacuum pump
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Solution to water inflow in buffer tank of imported vacuum pump

Some customers are worried about the problem of water entering into the buffer tank of vacuum pump when using the vacuum pump. The following is how to deal with the water entering into the buffer tank of vacuum pump.

1. First of all, find out the reason why the buffer tank of the imported vacuum pump enters the water: generally, when using the vacuum, the valve opening is large and the vacuum degree is high, resulting in the water (or a large amount of steam) being pumped into the buffer tank, and then the water enters;

2. The solution is: open the outlet valve at the bottom of the buffer tank of the imported vacuum pump to drain water. In general, a small part of water should be left in the buffer tank to test the sealing of the bottom of the buffer tank. Haokaide vacuum pump mainly uses water to seal to ensure the source of water. There is no problem with the vacuum degree and the water quality must be good. Otherwise, the pump body will be scaling, and the impellers of suction and exhaust channels will be smaller and smaller, which will affect the vacuum degree. It will be OK to do these points well.

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