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Booster System Working Principle

 
The mechanical booster vacuum system is mainly of use down to the 10~0.001 Torr range where it can give at least one of the following advantages:

  1. Shorter evacuation time
2. Increase in pumping capacity.
3. Reduced primary pump size (a primary vacuum pump is a unit normally designed to discharge
     to atmospheric pressure – termed a “backing” pump when used in conjunction with a
     mechanical booster.
4. Extension of operation into a pressure range that the primary pump cannot reach.


The mechanical booster cannot discharge to atmospheric pressure and must be combined with a backing pump.

Various types of backing pump can be used.

 
cps 32-20
 
Compression ratios of 2:1 to 10:1 are usual – the value chosen depends on the backing pressure, lower backing absolute pressure higher compression ratios.

Multi-staging of booster can provide high capacity whilst giving a further reduction in backing pump size.

Generally, pumped vapors do not condense in the booster during operation as the heat of compression more than compensates for the increase in pressure.

 

 
 

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