Multi-Stage Vacuum Generators:
MFL & MFP Series

• High initial vacuum flow for fast evacuation
• Low air consumption provides low operating cost
• Multiple vacuum levels insures minimum air consumption

Primarily used in "pick-and-place" applications. Used with vacuum cups for material handling where sealing is difficult and leakage is common due to uneven surfaces and porous material. High initial flow rate allows vacuum cups to quickly attach to the surface.Due to its small size, the MFP Series is ideal for end-of-arm tooling. Replace larger single stage generators with mulitple smaller lightweight multistage generators. Vacuum levels to 27.2"Hg.

Vacuum gauges, mounting brackets, and mufflers available for both models.

When choosing from the chart below:
"M" Generators produce MEDIUM vacuum levels with lower air usage
"L" Generators produce LOW vacuum levels with very low air usage

MF Series Data Chart

 

Full Dimensions


MFL Series

MFL Specs
Rugged anodized aluminum body with a nickle plated brass air supply fitting. Weight = 11.5 oz.

 


MFP Series

MFP Specs
Small, plastic, lightweight (molded glass filled nylon with brass air supply fitting)
and can be installed close to the required vacuum location. Weight = 2.5 oz.

 

 






 

How Multistage Series Works
Energy from a single flow of high velocity air is used to maximum efficiency. Flow is forced through three venturi sections. Vacuum is created in three separate chambers. A common vacuum manifold connects to the three vacuum chambers. The result is high vacuum flow with low air consumption and fast evacuation.





Performance Considerations
for Minimal Air Usage


Vacuum Levels
For High Vacuum Level::
• Select the Model that
provides 27"Hg

For Medium Vacuum Levels:
• Select the Model that
provides 15-20"Hg

This results in a substantial reduction in air usage.

Vacuum Flow
Substantial vacuum flow is developed at low operating pressures.



• Initially the curves are very steep.
The operating pressure at 40-50 psi
provides maximum vacuum flow.

• Higher pressures do not increase the vacuum flow but will increase
air usage.




Applications
• Pick-and-Place
• Material handling
• End-of-Arm Tooling
• Evacuation of Chambers & Containers

 

MFL Literature
> Download MFL Literature PDF file



 

 

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