Water circulation vacuum pump

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The water circulation vacuum pump uses water to pull a vacuum. This unit can be used for the application of pulling a vacuum in the 15l round still. 

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R 8,400.00 tax incl.

Benefits of vacuum distillation for gin:

  • Boil at a much lower temperature
  • Preserve aromas that are temperature sensitive

When using the round still for ginning you will be able to extract those wonderful flavors from certain botanicals which change their aroma characteristics at higher temperatures e.g rose petals.

This is the perfect vacuum setup for small trial runs during your product development phase, or if you simply want to experiment with vacuum distillation at home.  

The water circulation vacuum pump uses water to pull a vacuum. It requires no oil what so ever to operate, allowing for a low maintenance, easy to use vacuum pump. Each vacuum port pulls vacuum separately allowing for either two separate applications or connect them together for double the "vacuuming" rate. 

Specifications:

Max vacuum (Mpa):  -0.098   (i.e. 98kPa differential when measured at sea level ambient pressure, or down to 4 kPa (at sea level) when measured as absolute pressure)

Air drawing ("Vacuuming") rate (L/Min) - 10  (this implies approximately 1.6 Liter of liquid "boiling off" per hour under max vacuum)

Voltage - 220± 10% / 50Hz

Water circulation rate (L/min) - 60

Power rate - 180 watts (200V/50Hz electric supply)

Capacity of water tank - 15L

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Water circulation vacuum pump

Water circulation vacuum pump

The water circulation vacuum pump uses water to pull a vacuum. This unit can be used for the application of pulling a vacuum in the 15l round still. 

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Water circulation vacuum pump <p>Benefits of vacuum distillation for gin:</p> <ul><li>Boil at a much lower temperature</li> <li>Preserve aromas that are temperature sensitive</li> </ul><p>When using the round still for ginning you will be able to extract those wonderful flavors from certain botanicals which change their aroma characteristics at higher temperatures e.g rose petals.</p> <p>This is the perfect vacuum setup for small trial runs during your product development phase, or if you simply want to experiment with vacuum distillation at home.  </p> <p>The water circulation vacuum pump uses water to pull a vacuum. It requires <em>no oil</em> what so ever to operate, allowing for a <em>low maintenance</em>, easy to use vacuum pump. Each vacuum port pulls vacuum <em>separately</em> allowing for either two separate applications or connect them together for <em>double</em> the "vacuuming" rate. </p> <p>Specifications:</p> <p>Max vacuum (Mpa):  -0.098   (i.e. 98kPa differential when measured at sea level ambient pressure, or down to 4 kPa (at sea level) when measured as absolute pressure)</p> <p>Air drawing ("Vacuuming") rate (L/Min) - 10  (this implies approximately 1.6 Liter of liquid "boiling off" per hour under max vacuum)</p> <p>Voltage - 220± 10% / 50Hz</p> <p>Water circulation rate (L/min) - 60</p> <p>Power rate - 180 watts (200V/50Hz electric supply)</p> <p>Capacity of water tank - 15L</p> <p></p>
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