DZM

High Performance Multiple Pump System

High Performance with Low Life Cycle Costs

The standard features of DZS pumps include stainless steel claws and a corrosion-resistant pump chamber, allowing reliable operation even under difficult conditions.

Compact System Solution - Low noise

The sturdy housing protects the pumps, reduces noise levels and heat and contains all the technology required for operation in a single box. In order to protect the heat-sensitive electronics, “hot” and “cold” components are installed separately from each other.

Elektronikon® monitoring system

The controller operates the multiple claw pump unit and ensures the individual pumps are harmonized with each other in operation. The vacuum level is automatically monitored within the system and perfectly matches the process duty point.

Atlas Copco Launches New Multiple Dry Claw Vacuum Pumps

Atlas Copco presented its new DZM high-performance multiple pump system at the Hannover Fair. These multiple dry claw vacuum pumps offer a durable, reliable solution for a variety of applications – from packaging lines, pneumatic conveyors and clamping systems for CNC machines, to moulding machines, drying processes or central vacuum supply systems. Claw vacuum pumps use two claw-shaped rotors running in opposite directions. The rotors do not touch each other or the pump chamber. This simple principle ensures that users benefit from a high degree of performance and energy efficiency.

This also applies to the DZM units, combining between two and four DZS claw vacuum pumps, depending on the application, in a single compact housing. Atlas Copco’s sturdy, durable DZS pumps are single-stage oil-free units with air cooling, and require very little maintenance even in arduous conditions. One of the pumps in each DZM unit has a variable speed drive, allowing the vacuum to be adapted precisely to the customer’s requirements. This dramatically improves efficiency by reducing the power required and therefore reducing cost of ownership and contributes to saving the planet.

The space-saving vacuum systems are available in three sizes:

+ DZM 600 VSD
+ DZM 900 VSD
+ DZM 1200 VSD

With an intake volume flow between 65 and 723 cubic feet per minute (cfm). As with individual DZS claw pumps, the DZM system can create a vacuum level up to 25.8 in-HgV.

Atlas Copco

is a world-leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions. The Group serves customers with innovative compressors, vacuum solutions and air treatment systems, construction and mining equipment, power tools and assembly systems. Atlas Copco develops products and services focused on productivity, energy efficiency, safety and ergonomics. The company was founded in 1873, is based in Stockholm, Sweden and has a global reach spanning more than 180 countries. In 2016, Atlas Copco had revenues of BSEK 101 (BEUR 11) and about 45,000 employees.

Atlas Copco’s Vacuum Technique

business area provides vacuum products, exhaust management systems, valves and related products mainly under the Edwards, Leybold and Atlas Copco brands. The main markets served are semiconductor as well as a variety of industrial segments. The business area has a global service network and innovates for sustainable productivity in order to further improve its customers’ productivity. Principal product development and manufacturing units are located in the United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Germany, South Korea, China and Japan.

Industrial Vacuum

is a division within Atlas Copco's Vacuum Technique business area. It develops, manufactures and sells sophisticated vacuum products and solutions for customers in the industrial process and rough vacuum sectors, for example steel, CPI (chemical process industries), metallurgy, petrochemical, food packaging and paper handling. The division markets products under the Atlas Copco, Edwards, Quincy and Leybold brands. The division's focus is to improve customers' productivity. The divisional headquarter is in Cologne Germany, the main production locations are in Cologne, Qingdao and Tianjin China, Lutin Czech, Valence France and Antwerp Belgium.