Coval Announces Enhanced Range of Multi-Stage Vacuum Pumps for Heavy Duty Suction Applications

With its new CMS HD series of modular multi-stage vacuum pumps, COVAL offers a robust and powerful solution for applications requiring a high suction flow rate for the vacuum handling of a wide variety of objects. They are ideally suited to performing pick-up and transfer operations in applications such as the handling of porous parts or emptying large volume tanks.
Coval Announces Enhanced Range of Multi-Stage Vacuum Pumps for Heavy Duty Suction Applications

COVAL - correctly dosed vacuum, in the right place at the right time. (Image source: COVAL SAS)

Coval's new CMS HD multi-stage vacuum pumps respond perfectly to the current needs of industry. Jointly developed with system integrators and industrial customers, they improve on the performance of previous generation models in three key areas: power, robustness, and modularity. The pumps are specified to handle flow rates up to 1300 Nl/min. The range is designed and manufactured in heavy duty quality, guaranteeing its resistance in harsh environments. The IP65 rated pumps are designed for a service life of 50 million cycles. Finally, thanks to their modular design, pump can be configured with a selectable flow rate, with or without piloting, and with three configurable exhaust solutions, depending on the application requirements. The modularity allows each of its sub-assemblies to be accessed individually for servicing. This also improves the reparability rate.

Easy to integrate
The compact pumps can be easily built into the plant process. Some models offer a fully integrated control system, making them easy to install, even where space is limited. The new CMS HD series is the first part of a complete range that, starting in 2023, will include an intelligent version with communications capability, integrating NFC technology and simple networking with the IO-Link communication interface.

Qualities that make the difference
• Robustness: designed to work in harsh environments
• Performance: combining power and efficiency for picking and transferring
• Modularity: each sub-assembly individually accessible for servicing
• Integration: integrates perfectly into the factory process


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