Fluid handling, regulation and control

Fluid handling, regulation and control

Fluid handling, regulation and control

HYDROSYS – Vacuum systems with total or partial water recirculation


The vacuum/compression complete package with full recovery of service water HYDROSYS can be used with various service liquids.

The vacuum/compression complete package with full recovery of service water HYDROSYS guarantee minimum losses of service liquid.


  • Vacuum rate: High-Medium-Low
  • Range mbar: 33-900
  • Max pressure bar G: 1.8
  • Max flow m³/h: 3500
  • Stages nr.: 1-2
  • Seal: Mechanical
  • Variety of materials of construction available
  • No contamination of cooling water
  • Shut-off vacuum < 10 mbar (with air ejector)
  • Turn key and compact packages environmentally safe
  • Custom adaptation to meet specific installation and requirements
  • Rugged construction with maximum dependability
  • Maintenance requirements minimised
  • Accessibility for maintenance is maximised


The units of HYDROSYS series consist of a liquid-ring vacuum pump of the series TRH, TRS, TRM, TRV, of an air-liquid cyclone separator, of a heat exchanger, all units being mounted on one compact frame. During the operation, the vacuum pump ejects the sucked gas from the delivery port and also part of the service liquid which is present inside it and which must be continuously made up. The air-liquid mixture is delivered to a cylindric tank where the separation occurs: the gas comes out from the upper delivery port of the tank, ready to be sent again to the vacuum pump. During the suction and compression cycle, the vacuum pump transfer all the work carried out under the form of heat to the service liquid, which, of course, before being recycled, shall be cooled down either by means of a heat exchanger (total circuit) or by the supply of fresh liquid from outside (partial circuit).

  • The operation by TOTAL RECIRCULATION does not require an external supply of operation liquid if not only the one that is evaporated, if any, or that is ejected together with the discharge gases. The correct dimensioning of the heat exchanger only requires a minimum amount of fresh liquid (usually water) so that the ideal temperature can be maintained for the correct operation of the vacuum pump (please remember that the hotter the operation liquid is, the more loss of suction capacity the pump suffers both in flowrate and in maximum vacuum degree: see the technical information given in our catalogue for vacuum pumps). This system is particularly suitable, when the service liquid or the condensable sucked gases cannot be eliminated outside due to reasons of pollution or to recuperation requirements and cost reasons (see our diagram on page 6).
  • The PARTIAL RECIRCULATION operation, instead requires a constant supply of fresh liquid from outside, that is of the same kind as the one circulating inside the unit, since the mixing of the external fresh liquid with the one that is inside the unit keeps the constant temperature of the fresh liquid at the vacuum pump inlet. According to the amount of liquid supplied from outside, the same amount will be eliminated through the discharge located on the center line of the tank (see drawing on page 6). This type of operation is sometimes advantageous if this is required by the flowrate and vacuum characteristics, (for example low vacuum or intermittent operation) or when the service liquid is not polluted and does not create elimination problems. Of course, since a cooling liquid with correct amount and temperature is not available, this remains the only alternative to the total circuit. Several accessories are available to meet particular requirements of plant, of process and of maintenance, and furthermore, it is possible to design particular units, upon request, in co-operation with our Sales Office.

The HYDROSYS series can also be used to work as a compressor up to a maximum pressure of 2 bar, higher than the suction pressure by using tanks and accessories according to ISPESL standards.

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