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Cordless Vacuum Pump Targets Enhanced Versatility


NAVAC, a supplier of HVAC vacuum pumps in addition to a wide array of tools, gauges, charging machines and other industry-specific items, has introduced the North American market’s first cordless vacuum pump. The NP2DLM Cordless Vacuum Pump is a compact, lightweight unit suitable for small HVAC systems such as small ductless split systems, PTACs and other domestic refrigeration appliances.

Weighing just 6.6 lbs. with dimensions of only 9.2"×3.5"×7.5", NAVAC’s cordless vacuum pump is convenient to carry for technicians and ideal for applications where power supply access is an issue. Using a dual-stage rotary vane pump, it is capable of reaching an ultimate vacuum level of 23 microns. Its lithium-ion battery can operate continuously up to one hour. Additional batteries are available for purchase. The unit has an air flow capacity of 2 cfm, two inlet connector sizes (1/4” & 3/8”), and features a shut-off valve for system isolation.

NAVAC’s NP2DLM Cordless Vacuum Pump comes in a convenient carrying bag with battery, charger and bottle of vacuum oil. The unit will ship to distribution partners in March 2019, with orders being accepted starting in October 2018.

With more than 600 employees and sales in over 80 countries, NAVAC recently launched North American operations in Lyndhurst, New Jersey. The company seeks to meet the need in the HVAC/R industry for user-friendly equipment and tools that are less complicated and save time – both crucial to busy technicians charged with conducting efficient yet exacting service. As such, NAVAC’s products focus on making technicians’ jobs easier and faster without sacrificing accuracy.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 9/25/2018


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