Carbon Rotor & Vane
A “carbon Rotor & vane” typically refers to a vane or blade component made from carbon-based materials, such as carbon fiber composites or carbon graphite. These vanes are commonly used in various industrial applications, including pumps, compressors, and vacuum pumps.
In the context of pumps and compressors, carbon vanes are used as a sliding or rotating element that helps create a seal and control the flow of fluids or gases. They provide important functions, such as sealing the working chambers, generating pressure differentials, and transferring energy from the driving source to the fluid being pumped or compressed.
Self-Lubricating: Carbon Rotor & vanes have inherent self-lubricating properties due to their low friction characteristics, reducing the need for additional lubrication.
Carbon Rotor & vanes find applications in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, and semiconductor processing. For instance, in the automotive sector, they are used in vacuum pumps for brake assist systems. In the manufacturing industry, carbon vanes are commonly employed in vacuum pumps for material handling and packaging processes.
Wear Resistance: They exhibit excellent wear resistance, ensuring prolonged operational life in demanding conditions.
Chemical Resistance: Carbon Rotor & vanes are resistant to a wide range of chemicals, making them suitable for handling corrosive gases or liquids.
Temperature Tolerance: They can withstand high operating temperatures without significant deformation or degradation.
Lightweight: Carbon materials are lightweight yet strong, contributing to reduced energy consumption and enhanced performance.