Creating an Air Vacuum Compressor Pump


An air compressor uses ambient air and compresses it using high pressure. On the other hand, a vacuum pump removes air from a chamber or enclosure. It may seem that they are inherently different, but in reality both are what is known as an air vacuum compressor pump.

Another difference that seems to be quite blatant is when transferring liquids or viscous material. Pumps can move liquids through mechanical operation. Compressors can only do so if the material can be pressurized to remove any other unwanted air. An air vacuum compressor pump can do both as it has the ability remove air in a vacuum and use that pressure to pump the material to its outlet mechanism.

How then can this marriage be done using a simple air compressor? Here are the steps in creating an air vacuum compressor pump.

Step One. Open the air compressor case. Check the manual of the air compressor you are using to avoid any damage to the parts of the compressor.

Step Two. Find the air intake mechanism, focusing on finding the cylinder. The cylinder is key in creating your air vacuum compressor pump, as this is where the air is directed before the compression cycle.

Step Three. Seal the air intake holes of the air intake mechanism and attach it to the vacuum hose. This would serve as you vacuum mechanism.

Step Four. Allow an opening for your vacuum hose. And then seal the case again.

These four simple steps would convert your common air compressor into a more powerful air vacuum compressor pump. The air intake would first be put through a vacuum and then the compressor would pressurize the air before letting it flow through to the outlet valve. The result would be a more powerful and efficient machine, now known as the air vacuum compressor pump.

By valariearthur

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