Q1: How noisy are these pumps? I’m not sure I want noisy vacuum pumps in my lab.

Q2: You report all of your vacuum performance on VACUU•LAN® networks in millibar and Torr. We use inches of mercury. How do these units compare?

Q3: Can I attach this to my copper piping with conventional lab vacuum ball valves?

Q4: What is meant by “interference” among users of a vacuum system?

Q5: How is a VACUU·LAN® network different from a Central Vacuum System or other in-lab vacuum system?

Q6: You say that VACUU•LAN® vacuum networks are “modular.” What does that mean?

Q7: How many vacuum valves can I put on the network?

Q8: Can I mix vacuum applications on a network?

Q9: Does VACUU•LAN® technology only work in big-budget professional research laboratories?

Q10: How difficult is installation of a VACUU•LAN® local vacuum network?

Q11: What is the longest tubing run that I can plan into a VACUU•LAN® network?

Q12: What about service? Isn’t it a lot harder to service distributed vacuum than central vacuum?

Q13: How big are the pumps?

Q14: Do I need to provide for exhaust from the network pumps?

Q15: Do pump cabinets need mechanical ventilation to remove heat?

Q16: Can I test a VACUU•LAN® network with water or compressed air?

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