HV412XT Single-Stage Rotary Piston Vacuum Pump
Water (2.5 GPM*)
|Oil Capacity in Gallons||
Discover the next level of performance with the Dekker Hullvac Single-Stage Rotary Piston Vacuum Pump. This vacuum pump is designed for maximum efficiency and top results, offering superior strength and long-term reliability. Its rotary piston design gives it superior suction power to create a greater vacuum than comparable pumps, allowing you to achieve the desired results faster and more efficiently.
The design also allows for heavy-duty continuous operation, making it ideal for use in industrial settings where powerful vacuums are regularly required. It’s built with durable materials that ensure it stands up to constant use without degrading over time. The pump even comes with a three-year warranty—the best available in the industry—so you can trust that you’re always getting your money’s worth with this product.
When you want reliable and efficient performance, the Dekker Hullvac Single-Stage Rotary Piston Vacuum Pump is the perfect choice. Rely on its superior design, durability and warranty to deliver unbeatable performance when you need it most.
HullVac Options: Inlet Elbow Manifold (IEM)
Allows oil splashed out from pump vibration to be drained back into the pump.
Automatic Inlet Vent Valve (IV)
Prevents accidental oil being pulled into the manifold and process chamber. Vents the chamber to atmosphere.
Pneumatically Actuated Inlet Isolation Valve (AV)
In the event of a power failure, the vacuum manifold will be sealed from atmosphere while pump is vented. Prevents oil being pulled from the vacuum pump into the manifold and process chamber. This option includes the Automatic Inlet Vent Valve.
Water Miser Valve (WMV)
Reduces cooling water flow while controlling pump temperature. Prevents damage due to excessive heating. Optimizes water evaporation from oil supply.
Inlet Filter (IF)
Traps particulate larger than the internal clearances of the pump (5 micron).
Oil Mist Eliminator (OME)
Strips atomized oil droplets from the exhaust stream reducing the appearance of smoke.