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Steam turbines employ a gland to seal the shaft against inward air leakage. These glands are sealed with steam. In order for them to function as designed, excess steam and condensate must continuously be removed.
Suction Capacity: 95 to 340 ACFM (160 to 580 m3/h)
Vacuum Range: 1 inHgA (33 mbar abs.)