Vacuum pumps suck the air particles out via positive displacement, momentum transfer and entrapment pumps for creating a partial vacuum. These units find their heavy usage in petrol engines, brakes, gyroscopes, semiconductor processing, etc.
The following article lists the best home and business vacuum pumps for you.
Homcom Vacuum Pump ($61.95)
This single stage 4 CFM rotary vane vacuum pump efficiently removes moisture and air from air conditioning systems. It has been engineered to prevent oil from flowing back and polluting containers. The unit is constructed from lightweight yet, sturdy aluminum for ease of use. You can monitor the oil levels, and quality of oil is viewing window. It features low noise and long service.
HardwarefactoryStore.com Vacuum Pump ($249.99)
This 12CFM, 1 HP, double stage vacuum pump is rated 110 Volts and has an inlet 1/4 and 3/8 inches SAE connect. It is ideal for refrigeration repair, medical appliances, printing machinery, vacuum packing, gas analysis, and hot-forming plastics. The gas inlet prevents oil from flowing back, and the 2-stage rotary pumps are used to obtain a vacuum by pumping gas from sealed container. The unit is constructed from aluminum alloy casing which allows excellent heat dissipation to keep the pump running efficiently. The coupling present between the motor and the module allows incredibly inaudible running.
Super Deal Vacuum Pump ($59.99)
This 4 CFM, 1/3 HP, electric vacuum pump has an inlet port measuring 1/4 inches and makes an ultimate vacuum of 5 Pa. It has an oil capacity of 320 ml and runs on 110 V, 60Hz. This unit has the oil drain plug constructed on the bottom for ease of use and has an internal high volume cooling fan for extended use. The direct drive motor comes with a glass compartment for monitoring the oil level and quality. The unit has a non-slip cushion handle and comes with a bottle of vacuum oil gratis.
“Over the years I have had several different vacuum pumps. This little guy draws a vac as well as my 6 cm yellow jacket and for a fraction of the cost. Time will tell how well it holds up, but I have no complaints.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
Karlsson Robotics Vacuum Pump ($21.95)
This 12 V, 12 W vacuum pump has 0-16 inches mercury vacuum range and enough power to suction air out of small objects, e.g., balloons. It can work on batteries and wall transformers.
“I hooked this up to my battery and hooked up a pressure gauge. This pump pulled 22” of Hg and was not overly loud. The motor looks like it might be a 550-class electric motor. I was expecting something cheap, but this looks to be well made. I will be using this pump to augment the vacuum-based HVAC system in my car.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
XtremepowerUS Vacuum Pump ($125.95)
This 3 CFM, 1/4 HP, single-stage rotary air vacuum pump runs on 110 Volts. It also comes with a complimentary set of color-coded hoses and silicone dampened gauge sets.
“The Vacuum pump and Gauges worked great. I live in AZ, have five old cars, kids are driving most of them. Now we have cold air! This cost less than one trip to the mechanic. Great Deal and it was easy to use.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
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Zeny Vacuum Pump ($51.19)
This 5 CFM, 1/4 HP, single-stage, rotary vane vacuum pump has an oil capacity of 320 ml and features a 1.2 m long hose. This product comes with a 1/4 inches flare, non-slip cushion handle and a bottle of vacuum oil. You can monitor the oil quality and quantity using the oil sight glass. The direct drive motor allows easy starting without requiring maintenance.
“Surprisingly effective for the cheapest rotary vane pump on the market. As the reviewer below notes, if you need good pumping speed down to low pressure (<10^-1 torr), then you should buy a real three stage pump from a real company like Edwards, Pfeiffer, etc. However, for hobbyist use this is awesome. Pretty slow pumping speed, but with no significant leaks you should be able to get to an ultimate low pressure. I wish they had an oil mist filter on this, but I certainly can’t complain about $62!” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
Arksen Vacuum Pump ($94.97)
This 1/3 HP, 3 CFM rotary vane vacuum pump includes three colour-coded 60 inches, long service hoses. The unit has easy to read pressure gauges and is made from sturdy aluminum alloy casing. It also has an internal high volume cooling fan for extended use. It is ideal for use in
- Air Conditioning (including automotive applications)
- Printing Machinery
- Vacuum Packing
- Gas analysis and Hot-forming plastic
- Jewelry Making
“This was a better product than I expected based on the very low price. However, I had a minor issue with the charging manifold, more a misunderstanding on my part. The vendor, Best Deal Tools, responded with an overwhelming offer to make things right so I will seek them out and I highly recommend Best Deal tools to others.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
FJC Vacuum Pump ($119.89)
This single-stage, 5 CFM Vacuum Pump features 1/4 inch MF x 1/2 inch Acme fitting. It has a 12-ounce capacity of oil and is incredibly inaudible. It is an excellent buy for housing applications.
“What a great deal. I’ve used it three times already. Pulls down to 365 microns of vacuum. Even came with oil. This is the pump for you. Do yourself a favour and don’t bother looking at any other pumps. This is the one you want.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
TMS Vacuum Pump ($62.95)
This single-stage rotary vane is an ultimate vacuum pump with a vacuum of 5 Pa. The unit features 220 ml flare oil capacity and measures 9 5/8” x 4 1/4 ” x 8 1/2 ”. It runs on a rated frequency and voltage of 60 Hz and 110V respectively.
“Worked great. Enough oil for one fill. It comes almost empty. The brass fitting is for 1/4” flare. If using on R134a make sure to purchase an adapter fitting or replace it with a tee fitting that has both ports. Directions are in typical translated broken English. The red cap is the fill port. Black is the exhaust cap. I ran it several times for about an hour each time in 100 degrees F., and it got warm but did its thing. Seemed no hotter than the big name brand. For occasional use, it cannot be beaten. Arrived quickly.
Note: It is shipped with only enough oil to coat the inside and prevent rust or drying out. Make sure to fill with oil before running. I used about 1/2 of the bottle. Then started the pump and finished the fill while it was running. That is the proper way to make sure the right level is obtained. Change the oil often!! I do it after every use only because my pumps sit for months in between uses. If it is used several times a month, I would suggest after every other use. Contaminated oil and low levels are the biggest problems for poor performance on any vacuum pump like this.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
Robinair Vacuum Pump ($181.80)
This 2-stage, 5 CFM, 2-stage vacuum pump features factory micron rating and has an intake fitting of 1/4 inch MFL and 3/8 inch Acme. It comes with an oil capacity of 220 ml. It runs on 115 V and 60 Hz.
“I have been in the HVAC business for about three years now, and this vacuum pump is not only the fastest I have seen but also the most reliable and affordable. My boss has been doing HVAC for about 40 years out of which he has owned his own business for 27. My boss had been using a 6 CFM Yellow Jacket vacuum pump for which he paid around $400. His Yellow Jacket pump was not only expensive but slow to put a system in a vacuum. Today my boss owns his Robinair VacuMaster pump and realises that Robinair products are not only more affordable, reliable, and durable than Yellow Jacket’s.” – Amazon’s Customer Review.
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