Atlas Copco has launched its LRP 700-1000 VSD+ range of intelligent liquid ring vacuum pumps.
The LRP VSD+ is a compact, high performance, energy efficient system enclosed in a strong, noise-containing canopy. The product is suited to wet, humid and dirty applications.
The product design, along with market leading HMI ensures the optimum operator interface and ease when controlling the vacuum pump. Inlet, outlet and mains cable points are positioned on the top of the pump for straightforward installation.
“The LRP VSD+ not only brings energy and water savings to our customers, but also saves on space. Its compact design and small footprint allows users to save space without having to sacrifice any vacuum performance,” said Alistair Darroch, Product Manager, Liquid Ring Vacuum Technologies.
The pump contains multiple performance-optimised components which are normally supplied as accessories, taking up space for piping and installation. With the LRP 700-1000 VSD+, the components are integrated into the pump element maximising efficiency, performance and space saving.
The soundproof housing reduces noise pollution in the immediate working environment. With an operating noise in the range of 65dB(a) the LRP VSD+ is an extremely quiet liquid ring pump.
“The LRP VSD+ vacuum pump is a true breakthrough in liquid ring technology as we know it today. No other liquid ring vacuum pump offers this level of efficiency and economy, while maintaining a high degree of build quality and standard scope of supply,” said Darroch.
“We drew from over 150 years of engineering know-how and applied Atlas Copco’s innovative approach to create something truly unique. By combing the classic and rugged benefits of LRP with Atlas Copco’s variable speed drive technology we are introducing something that the market has not seen before.”
“Intelligence is a key feature of the LRP VSD+. Our patented feature unique algorithms balance the operation of the water pump with the speed of the main motor. This guarantees that the pump always delivers peak performance while maintaining maximum energy efficiency,” said Darroch.