Thermo Scientific™ Nalgene™ Vacuum Pump Aspirator; PP, PET tubing

VWR Scientific

$ 33.95 
SKU: 4567

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Includes: Integral check valve, 3/8 NPT connecting thread, 4 3/4 in. (12cm) of tubing.

Attaches to a standard faucet with 3/8 in. NPT connecting thread for easy installation

Maximum free air pumping capacity of 11.5L per minute with a water flow rate of 6.5L per minute.

Operates efficiently with water pressure as low as 7.5 psig (0.517 bar) for minimum water consumption

Ultimate achievable vacuum of 28.5 in. (724mm) Hg

Discharge end equipped with 4.75 in. (12cm) length of tubing to direct discharge water toward the drain or to allow attachment to additional discharge tubing

Integral check valave prevents loss of vacuum when water source is disrupted and prevents backflow
Polypropylene, with PE tubing


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