Stokes Vacuum Pumps

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Vacuum pumps, blowers, and diffusion pumps are a critical element of a manufacturing process. When any one of these components fails, a significant amount of down time can result. Rebuilding these components requires extensive time and expertise to restore your unit to OEM specifications.

K+S Services and our factory trained technicians have over 38 years of experience in the complete refurbishment of these products. Only OEM repair parts are used and each refurbished unit is system tested for proper operation to ensure a quality repair.

Model 1736 is a combination of a Stokes 212 Pump and a Stokes 607 Booster Pump Assembly

Stokes Vacuum Pump Repair

The most common configurations is to have one of two positive displacement pumps and a Diffusion/Molecular pump to achieve high vacuum. There are a number of various types of positive displacement pumps:

  • Rotary vane which are the most common pumps
  • Diaphragm
  • Liquid ring
  • Piston
  • Roots blower or booster

Vacuum pumps are combined with chambers and operational procedures in a wide variety of vacuum systems. Sometimes more than one pump will be used in a series in a single application depending on the level of vacuum required. Vacuum pumps are used in a number of industrial and scientific processes as follows:

  • Abar vacuum furnaces
  • Heat treating
  • Electron microscope
  • Mass spectrometer
  • Molecular beam welding
  • Welding of advanced materials
  • Composite plastic molding
  • Production of electric lights, vacuum tubes, CRT’s

  • Semiconductor processing
  • Medical processes requiring suction
  • Industrial processes requiring suction
  • Vacuum coating on glass, metal, and plastics for decoration, durability, and energy saving
  • Hard coating engine components

Vacuum Pump and Blower Repair

Vacuum Blower Repair

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