The unit stands 1.08 in. high and weighs just 0.54 oz. Small size makes rigid mounting unnecessary, simplifying installation. The device features several ejectors that create vacuum from compressed air. While most pumps require at least 59 to 87 psi, the P2010 generates a 24.9-in. Hg vacuum at feed pressures of only 26 psi, reducing compressed air costs by up to 50%. Maximum feed pressure is 101.5 psi. Unlike electric vacuum pumps, ejector pumps do not generate heat or require a motor and oil.
PIAB USA, 65 Sharp St., Hingham, MA 02043, (800) 321-7422, piab.com