The foundation stone was laid in 1850: In this year, the company’s founder Ernst Leybold officially took over this enterprise as his own, paving the way for a comprehensive industrial use of vacuum technology. Even after selling the company again in 1970, his vision remained. One of the most important mile stones in the company’s history is the development of the molecular pump by physicist Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gaede.
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Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum celebrates the completion of a decade of its Indian subsidiary. Although vacuum technologies from Leybold Vacuum had been present in the Indian market before, the subsidiary was founded to deepen the engagement with local market. Since inception, the focus has been on offering complete application support along with an augmented service portfolio.
Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum received a double-digit million Euro order for vacuum technology from a global manufacturer of uranium centrifuges for nuclear power facilities.
Busch recently presented a new Mink claw vacuum pump with a suction capacity of 500 m³/h. This means that Busch now offers a finely graduated range of these dry-running vacuum pumps in sizes from 60 to 500 m³/h. This vacuum generator is suited for use
- in pneumatic suction conveying systems,
- for the generation of the retaining vacuum on CNC woodworking machines,
- in the plastics industry and
- for many other industrial applications.