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Leybold Vacuum Turbo Vacuum Systems

The TURBOLAB Vacuum Systems are all built on the same design platform but with three variants to provide the vacuum researcher the best platform for pumping high vacuum systems. Systems can be customized to individual needs include add-ons like vacuum measurement devices, a choice of accessories, e.g. valves and heaters.

High vacuum pumps in the TURBOLAB range from 80 l/s to 450 l/s. The TURBOVAC I Series used in the system are the most advanced turbo pump on the market and provide the highest light gas pumping ability in the industry. Backing pumps can be either oil sealed or in oil-less or dry pumps. 

Accessory options include a purge, vent, air cooling, flange heaters, foreign safety valves and of course vacuum gauging.

Advanced features in the TURBOLAB include a built-in web server, ability to remove the turbo pump for other systems, and remote control interfaces.

Data is monitored (frequency, temperature, current or pressure) and automatically stored to a data log file in the TURBOLAB. Users can easily view the log file with the TURBOLAB data viewer software tool which can be downloaded for free from the  Leybold website. Also,the last 512 data points can be accessed from the TURBOLAB data viewer.


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TURBOLAB Basic Equipment

One important feature of the TURBOLAB is how it can be adapted for each individual's applications. There are a number of basic configurations.

  • Turbopumps - Size ranges from 65 l/s to 450 l/s pumping speeds
  • Backing Pumps- Oil sealed rotary vane pumps, diaphragm pumps or scroll pumps
  • Every TURBOLAB comes with the Turbo Pressure Unit TPU for control, configuration and monitoring of the pump system
  • Built-In Webserver monitors the condition and  pump data
  • Remote Control via the X1 Interface