NASH XT Systems
NASH Vectra liquid ring vacuum pumps and compressors have technological advancements such as a patented cone design and rotor configuration. The new NASH XT Systems use the Nash pump advantages within a water-saving, self-contained system. Their capacity range is 200-1300 CFM (340-2210 m3/h).
Designed for use in clean applications, such as medical centers, labs, paper converting, semiconductor applications, dairy and more, XT Systems give you the benefits of a liquid ring vacuum pump without the problem of providing constant seal liquid.
A few of the great features to be found in these packages are:
- the use of NASH Vectra GL and XL pumps
- the recovery of the system’s water vapor, so a minimal amount of seal water replenishment is needed
- no external cooling is needed
- drop in place ease of use
- easy integration into your clean-in-place system
An XT System consists of a NASH Vectra liquid ring vacuum pump, motor, coupling drive, base, separator/storage tank, air-cooled heat exchanger, shell and tube after condenser, condensate collector tank, inlet spray nozzles and accessories. Optional items include a control panel and a variable frequency drive.
If you have limited water supply or want to reduce your water consumption; want a drop-in system; or want a package that can move around with you, a NASH XT System is the right choice for you.
How the System Works
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- Gas enters from the process
- The inlet gas flows into the condensation cooler and passes through the tubes
- The discharge gas mixture, with water vapor from the separator, flows in the opposite direction - on the outside of the condenser tubes
- As the gas cools, water condenses and is collected in the tank
- Cold and relatively dry air leaves the system
- The vacuum pump draws the operating seal water from the separator tank through the air/water cooler. The ambient air cools the operating liquid before it enters the vacuum pump. The water is a closed loop system and continuously recirculated
- Injection lines from the collector and separator tanks spray water into the evaporation chambers. When injected, it vaporizes and cools the gas