Vooner Floguard

In order to stay competitive in today’s world, it is essential for industries to increase production while reducing production-related costs. The Vooner® FloGard® liquid ring vacuum pump, with its pioneer design, accomplishes just this. FloGard design features give you vacuum pumps engineered for maximum value, consistent performance and added pump life. The patented self-aligning, removable bearing carrier speeds maintenance and reduces downtime. At the same time, stainless steel components extend the pump’s overall useful life, thus reducing full life cycle cost.

The bolt in design fits right into your present CL-Series system so Vooner liquid ring vacuum pumps get you back into production faster – through faster delivery, installation, and start-up. Vooner also provides extensive technical support and analysis services as well as sales support and distribution throughout North America. Plus, our worldwide sales and service representatives make Vooner the international choice in liquid ring vacuum pumps.

Prior to shipping to the customer, all Vooner pumps are throughly tested in Charlotte, NC or Greeneville, TN with specifications according to Heat Exchange Institute (HEI). Vooner’s rigorous quality control and performance tests guarantee that each Vooner pump matches the capacity at vacuum and power consumption shown on our performance curves.

Vooner Pumps

Bolt In Replacement

Vooner pumps are engineered to fit standard industry dimensions and installs readily into existing systems.

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Pumps come equipped with solid cast 304 stainless steel (CF-8) rotor as standard construction. The 304 stainless steel prevents erosive and corrosive wear at the critical seal area. This maintains the original close tolerance between the rotor and cones.

Features and Benefits

Pumps come equipped with solid cast 304 stainless steel (CF-8) rotor as standard construction. The 304 stainless steel prevents erosive and corrosive wear at the critical seal area. This maintains the original close tolerance between the rotor and cones.