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Wintek Corporation - www.wintek-corp.com
- 7 Middlebury Blvd, STE2, Randolph, NJ 07869, USA
email: email@example.com, Tel. +1 (973) 252-8200
Wintek has extensive experience in applications requiring vacuum in process industries including the chemical, environmental, food, pharmaceutical and plastics industries. We review your application and requirements, and explain the advantages and/or disadvantages of each type of vacuum pump so that you can understand our recommendation. Our focus is on vacuum pump reliability in your application at a reasonable cost.
products: Central Medical Vacuum Systems
Central Medical Vacuum Systems maintain vacuum for patient beds, surgical suites, neo-natal suites, etc., from a central location. Vacuum systems will come in contact with primarily water vapor, biologics, and possibly anesthesia gases. Vacuum levels typically are maintained between 15-26 HgV, with requirements for dental applications in the 10-14 HgV range. These system are required to meet NFPA-99 design requirements.
Systems typically include 2, 3, or 4 pumps (one of the vacuum pumps being an installed spare) with a vacuum receiver tank and control panel.
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