New Busch Group strengthens portfolio with Pfeiffer Vacuum

The newly formed Busch Group has brought together three leading vacuum solutions companies: Busch Vacuum Solutions, Pfeiffer Vacuum and centrotherm clean solutions.

Based in Germany’s Black Forest, the 8,000-strong Group combines Busch Vacuum Solutions’ expertise in rough and medium vacuum applications, Pfeiffer Vacuum’s high vacuum technology and leak detection and centrotherm clean solutions’ sustainable gas abatement systems.

“Technology from all three members of the Busch Group can be found in industries across the globe,” said the Group in a statement. “From food packaging to logistics, from microchips for electronic devices and from the medical sector to space research, the Busch Group provides solutions for the most diverse applications.”

This also includes the design and construction of tailor-made vacuum systems and an expanded global service network backed by the Group’s technology production plants in China, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, India, Romania, South Korea, Switzerland, the UK, the US and Vietnam.

Pfeiffer has recently expanded its range of vacuum technology solutions with the launch of a new vacuum pump station for demanding high-vacuum and ultra-high vacuum applications.

The HiCube Neo turbo pumping station can be prepared for a wide range of applications with different backing pumps, such as diaphragm, rotary vane, scroll and multi-stage roots pumps.

Typical uses range from analysing gases and calibrating vacuum gauges to pumping down cryostats and use in vacuum furnaces.

Earlier this week, the company launched its HiPace 30 Neo, a new vacuum pump for compact analysis systems and portable applications.

“This small pump is particularly versatile and is portable. Additionally, with our patented Laser Balancing technology, it has the lowest vibration level on the market,” said Alexander Kreuter, Product Manager.

According to recent research, the global vacuum pump market size accounted for $6.1bn in 2023 and is expected to hit around $10bn by 2032, poised to grow at a CAGR of 5.7% during the forecast period.

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