An ejector is a device that is used in the most demanding of applications throughout different industries. An ejector is designed to remove air and other different gases from steam condensers. This process is completed through the suction action of a steam jet. An air ejector or steam ejector system is designed to create a vacuum without moving parts except for a solenoid valve that is used to turn the vacuum on and off. This type of feature translates into trouble-free continuous operation. Ejectors are also designed to operate efficiently for high vacuum and high volumetric flow requirements.
Graham - Well-known manufacturer of top-of-the-line air ejector:
One of the main manufacturers of steam jet ejectors is Graham Corporation. Since being established in 1936, Graham has gained a reputation of having the largest vacuum producing devices available.
With over 70 years of experience, Graham produces steam jet ejectors for many different markets and applications. These markets or applications include but are not limited to ejector systems for space simulation, ejector applications in metal vacuum degassing, thermal compressors, fertilizer plant operations and edible oil deodorization. Other manufacturers that produce air and steam jet ejectors include Ametek, Ingersoll Rand Corporation, Boeing, Nash engineering Company and Paterson Pump Company.
ASAP Semiconductor - Prominent and the leading supplier of air ejectors:
ASAP Semiconductor, through its proprietary website ASAP NSN Parts, is a leading distributor of all air ejector products. If you have a requirement for any of these parts, please contact today at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our knowledgeable sales staff will be ready to assist you.