The HiVAC series is specifically designed for transformer oils and energized equipment. The new Gen4 offers a more compact design - and therefore smaller footprint- as well as greater efficiency with a taller, rectangular vacuum tower. The HiVAC contains a high quality, specialty pump that pulls deeper vacuum (˂.75torr), higher CFM and requires less maintenance than other conventional vacuum pumps.

Its most impressive new feature is the permanent dispersion media located in the vacuum tower that maximizes water extraction rates and eliminates the need for costly replacement of coalescing filter elements. And, because the media is permanent, the vacuum tower never needs to be opened for maintenance, which can expose the system to contamination. Equally impressive is the new Gen4 VAC Series Vacuum Dehydrator for industrial oils which also features a new design and permanent dispersion media.

Click the link below for more information about the Des-Case Gen4 HiVAC Vacuum Dehydrator or call 615-672-8800 to speak with Des-Case technical support.

 http://dl.dropbox.com/u/32397735/HiVAC%20Cut%20Sheet.pdf

 About Des-Case Corporation

Des-Case Corporation specializes in contamination control products for industrial lubricants with the leading position in the breather market. Headquartered near Nashville, Tenn., the privately held company markets the Des-Case®, HydroguardTM, VentGuardTM, FlowGuardTM, and AMS Filtration brands through an extensive distribution network and private label partners. The company’s products feature designs unparalleled in the marketplace and are used wherever lubricant life and performance are essential to daily operations. For more information, please visit http://descase.com/or call 615.672.8800.

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