DEKKER Vacuum Technologies, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is based in Michigan City, Indiana, with an 81,000 square foot manufacturing, distribution, and storage complex. Dekker Vacuum Technologies has developed to become one of the industry’s leading vacuum equipment suppliers.
Their executive team has more than 50 years of experience in the vacuum pump industry. DEKKER provides a high level of professionalism and service. At Vacuum Pump Systems we are pleased to offer their products as a part of our line Vacuum Pump Products. DEKKER has been the product of choice for a growing number of consumers due to their extensive product expertise and commitment to helping us exceed our clients’ expectations.
Dekker Technologies is working hard to maintain brand loyalty and provide high-performing pump technologies. Finally, DEKKER is dedicated to becoming the ideal partner for distributors like us who want to increase the profitability of their vacuum pump business, as well as end-users seeking vacuum technology and solutions to help them save money, operate more efficiently, and enhance the environment.
The Dekker TITAN is a product we’re happy to provide. These liquid ring vacuum pumps are single-stage, high-efficiency, and capable of vacuum levels up to 29″ HgV. The discharge port of these pumps is adjustable. As a result, it may automatically adjust to the pump’s internal compression ratio. As a result, throughout the vacuum range, maximum efficiency is achieved.
You’ll get excellent volumetric efficiency because of Dekker’s sophisticated fluid dynamics, and you’ll save 50% on seal-liquid.
Two-stage liquid ring vacuum pumps with maximum efficiency are also available from DEKKER. Pumping saturated vapors at vacuum levels ranging from 25″ to 29″ HgV, these units are extremely efficient. When pumping mixtures of air and condensable vapors above 25″ HgV, two-stage pumps will work more efficiently than single-stage pumps.
There are no internal bearings; instead, grease-lubricated bearings are situated outside the pumping chamber. Because contaminated lubricants have an adverse effect on the life of bearings and internal pump parts, this is a significant advantage over oil-lubricated vacuum pumps with internal bearings.