Perfect for technicians who require a super fast and incredibly reliable vacuum pump, suitable for large commercial applications including supermarkets, commercial buildings and cold storage systems this unit will handle everything. Highly durable and time tested you won’t be disappointed with the quality of this JAVAC vacuum pump.
JAVAC vacuum pumps have been engineered to provide reliable field service with heavy-duty steel construction. They include a 2 stage motor, corresponding #15 vacuum pump oil, and a factory micron rating of 15 microns. They are built for deep vacuum service on appliances, residential, and commercial systems using CFC, HCFC, and HFC refrigerants.
JAVAC is a long-standing Australian name, recognised for product excellence at national and international levels. A world-renowned brand of specialty tools for HVAC/R service, tube working, electrical, automotive and industrial applications.
CC-281 Vacuum Pump Features:
- 15-micron ultimate vacuum
- Two-stage oil-sealed rotary vane
- Anti-oil demister to prevent spillage
- Fitted with tri-connector suitable for 1/4”, 5/16” & 3/8 SAE fittings
- Plug-in universal power cable
- Easily accessible oil drain valve
- Solid anti-skid rubber base plate for stability
- Convenient see-through oil sight glass
- Lightweight design.
CC-281 Vacuum Pump Includes:
1 x Brand New JAVAC CC-281 Vacuum Pum, 1 x Universal Plug-in Power Cable, 1 x 500 ml Vacuum Pump Oil, 1 x English User Manual, 1 x 12-Month Warranty Card.
CC-281 Vacuum Pump Specifications:
- Free air displacement: 280 L/min or 11 CFM
- Motor: 2/3 HP
- Motor Speed: 2880 RPM
- Oil Capacity: 500 ml (Recommend JAVAC #15 Oil)
- Power requirements: 220/240 Volt / 50 Hz
- Power cable length: 150 cm
- Working temperature: -5 °C to 60°C
- Dimensions: 380 mm x 160 mm x 285 mm
- Unit Weight: 16.0 Kg
- Warranty: 12 months.
How Does the Vacuum Pump Work?
The CC series vacuum pumps work according to the rotary vane principle. An eccentrically installed rotor rotates in the cylinder. The centrifugal force of the rotation pushes the vanes, which glide in slots in the rotor, towards the cylinder wall. The vanes separate the sickle-shaped space between rotor and cylinder into chambers. When the chambers are connected with the inlet channel, gas is sucked in, compressed by the next rotation and pushed into the oil separator. Differential pressure constantly causes oil to be passed into the compression chambers. The oil and medium are then discharged into the oil separator and there separated from the exhaust air by gravity and the exhaust filter. The oil collects on the bottom of the oil separator and is passed into the compression chamber again (oil circulation).
Why your pump needs genuine vacuum pump oil?
It is extremely important to operate your vacuum pump using the correct viscosity oil, as those that are either too thin or too thick will cause damage and operational issues. Oil must always be changed when contaminated to protect the seals and internal parts of the vacuum pump. We recommend changing the oil regularly as it’s not just for lubricating the moving parts but creates the vacuum by sealing the sliding vanes.
Oil contamination is usually indicated by poor vacuum reading, or a grey or milky appearance. Should liquids be accidentally allowed into the vacuum pump you must change the oil immediately. Not changing the oil can both shorten the life of the vacuum pump and can void the warranty.