Turbo-V 301 Navigator Turbomolecular Pump by Agilent Technologies

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An energy-efficient, oil-free pump to meet demanding applications  The Agilent Turbo-V 301 Navigator pump provides pumping speeds from 200-280 liters/sec (gas dependent), and includes the latest technology offerings in the Navigator line. The pump is optimized for high-compression ratio for low base pressure, high-pressure differential for high-throughput and high foreline pressure. It is designed to be oil-free and contamination free, and to have very low failure rates with the ability to oper... Read more


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Average Rating: 4.7
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  • Ease of use
    5 out of 5
    After sales service
    4 out of 5
    Value for money
    5 out of 5
Good quality, very reliable.
Rating: 4.7

  • Application Area: High vacuum applications

"It's vary good value for the price you pay. Ours last more than 10 years without any failure."

Review date: 08 Mar 2017 | Turbo-V 301 Navigator Turbomolecular Pump
An energy-efficient, oil-free pump to meet demanding applications

 
The Agilent Turbo-V 301 Navigator pump provides pumping speeds from 200-280 liters/sec (gas dependent), and includes the latest technology offerings in the Navigator line. The pump is optimized for high-compression ratio for low base pressure, high-pressure differential for high-throughput and high foreline pressure. It is designed to be oil-free and contamination free, and to have very low failure rates with the ability to operate in any position without materials stress. Typical MTTF is in excess of 250k hours. Applications for the turbo pumps include high energy physics and research, nanotechnologies, mass spectrometry, industrial vacuum processing, and semiconductors as well as dedicated pumps for Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) work.