Description

Becker Synthetic Oil

Full Synthetic Vacuum Pump Oil 
• Standard initial charge in all Becker oil-flooded pumps
• Non-Detergent to protect against varnishing
• Contains anti-foam additives reducing heat, oxidation and wear
• Separates from water for easy removal and disposal

 

Description

Becker Premium Synthetic Oil

Premium Synthetic Vacuum Pump Oil
• Fully Synthetic PAO (Polyalphaolefin) oil
• For extreme temperature applications
• Higher viscosity index, Lower vapour pressure

 

Description

Becker Vacuum Pump Flushing Oil

Flushing oil for cleaning sludged-up pumps.
• Used to flush old oil and sludge from the pump
• Helps prevent future varnish and sludge build-ups
• Extends the life of the pump and new oil

 

Description

Becker Food-Grade Vacuum Pump Oil

Ideally suited for food processing equipment. Meets USDA H1.
• NSF H1 rated and meets USDA H1 safety standards
• Formulated specifically for use in food processing
• Authorized for use in federally inspected meat, fish and poultry plants

 

Suitable for use in pumps from these manufacturers: Busch, Rietschle, Gardner-Denver, Dekker, Gast, Quincy, Travaini, Airtech. Not recommended for refrigeration or automotive applications.

VACUUM PUMP OIL SPECIFICATIONS-pdf

 

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Vacuum Pump Grease

Oil-Less Vacuum Pump & Compressor Grease

Becker bearing grease is specifically designed for Becker dry running vane pumps. Other greases are not designed to stand up to the high heat generated by bearings in an oil-less vacuum pump or compressor.

Why you should choose Becker Grease

• Withstands the high temperatures generated by carbon vane pump bearings
• Resists moisture, oxidation, and aging
• Protects against corrosion
• Extends the intervals between services
• Covers a wide service temperature range from -5 °F to 302 °F

Available in 5 convenient sizes 
• 45 Gram Grease Gun filled
• 8 Gram tube
• 45 Gram tube
• 400 Gram Zerk Gun Canister
• 1 Kilogram container

Bearings are the most vulnerable moving part in all rotating equipment. Why risk failures due to bearing overheating?