Vacuum pumps are a versatile piece of laboratory equipment for suctioning via negative pressure. They are routinely used in biological sciences for filtration, distillation and concentration of volatile solvents, solid phase extraction, freeze drying, and more. Even though vacuum pumps share a common function, there are many considerations to take into account when choosing a new pump. The following article will explain some important attributes to look for when comparing different vacuum pumps.
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