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Thomas supports your manufacturing goals with a broad range of vacuum pumps and compressors for various industrial and manufacturing applications. Reliable compact constructions powered by best-in-class motors makes the Thomas solutions stand out from on the market. We are a trusted partner that provides value added engineering with comprehensive testing and in-house engineering resources.
Digital inkjet systems are used in a vast range of applications, from wide-format printing to decorative printing on textiles, wood or ceramic tiles. These applications usually work with drop-on-demand (DoD) technology. For product identification applications continuous inkjet (CIJ) is often the choice of technology. Both technology feature a range of gas and liquid pumps for ink transfer and circulation as well as degassing and meniscus pressure control. Gas and liquid diaphragm pumps ensure the highest print quality and system uptime.
Coin operated air vending machines can be found throughout the world. They offer an inexpensive source of air 24 hours a day for inflating bicycle, car, truck tires, etc. These machines require a rugged, heavy-duty compressor capable of high flow at high pressure with high pressure restart that can withstand harsh environments that the outdoor seasonal elements can present.
Particle counters are used for sizing, counting, generating, and dispersing aerosol particles. Applications include filter testing, atmospheric aerosol measurement, and biological aerosol detection to name a few.
Pick and place is a type of vacuum handling. For practical purposes, vacuum handling can be segregated into three types: gripping, handling, and clamping. These systems handle or pick up anything from small optic parts, too small to be picked up by a human hand, to lifting/handling large granite slabs.
Any vacuum handling system requires a generator to provide the necessary vacuum either pneumatically or electrically. For lighter smoother surface work pieces sub 110 lbs (50 kg), fractional horsepower AC/DC diaphragm or rotary vane pumps excel in vacuum handling applications that are mobile or on sites without shop air.
A fuel cell is an electrochemical energy conversion device that converts hydrogen and oxygen into water, producing electricity and heat in the process. A fuel cell provides a DC (direct current) voltage that can be used to power motors, lights or any number of electrical appliances. There are several types of fuel cells, each using a different chemistry process.
Dry running and self-lubricating rotary vane pump. Low vibration, nearly pulsation free, compact and in some cases reversible.
Free flow Max: 198 l/min | 7.0 cfm
Max. Pressure: 1 bar | 14.5 psi
Max. Vacuum: -930 mbar | 27.5 in.Hg
Dry running compressor. Well suited for applications that require high pressure and restart in a harsh operating environment.
Free flow Max: 153 l/min | 5.4 cfm
Max. Pressure: 12.1 bar | 175 psi
Dry running diaphragm pump with linear magnetic or vibrating armature motors. Very high life time, high efficiency and low noise level.
Free flow Max: 625 l/min | 22.1 cfm
Max. Pressure: 0.7 bar | 10.2 psi
Max. Vacuum: -550 mbar | 16.2 in.Hg
Dry running WOB-L® piston pump. Best performance characteristics for high pressures. Mainly used as a compressor.
Free flow Max: 212 l/min | 7.5 cfm
Max. Pressure: 12.1 bar | 175 psi
Max. Vacuum: -990 mbar | 29.2 in.Hg
THOMAS is a leading manufacturer of systems, compressors, vacuum, and liquid pumps for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the medical, laboratory, environmental and industrial sector.
With its experienced Engineering, Technical, and Operations staff and capabilities, Thomas designs and manufactures customized pressure and vacuum solutions that meet the precise needs of its customers. Backed by over 60 years of engineering excellence and innovation, and a global manufacturing network, Thomas stands out as the reliable choice for OEMs worldwide.
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