Turbo Pumps with Hybrid Bearing
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What is Hybrid bearing ?
The combination of a ceramic ball bearing on the fore-vacuum side and a permanent magnetic radial bearing on the high vacuum side is called hybrid bearing.
This bearing technology does not require electromagnets and has a long service life with maintenance intervals of approximately 4 years. The ball bearing and the operating fluid reservoir can be replaced on site within less than 30 minutes.
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 Magnetically Levitated Turbo Pumps
Electro-magnetic bearings are also called "active magnetically levitated", because the rotor position is continuously monitored and adjusted accordingly. This enables wear-free, low vibration operation with an automatic out-of-balance compensation. Continuous rotor stability is assured. These bearings are maintenance-free and require no lubrication.
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