Laboratory Vacuums:

Laboratory Vacuums

How Laboratory Vacuums & Pumps Work & How Leasing Benefits Your Lab

Whatever your specific equipment financing needs may be, we can accommodate any brand/model preference. Request a lease estimate today and see how we can save you money on your lab vacuum’s price.

All equipment brands/models are available

The Advantages of Excedr’s Vacuum Pump Leasing Program:

  • Eliminates the upfront cost of purchasing equipment by spreading its cost over time
  • Minimizes equipment downtime with included complete repair coverage and preventive maintenance
  • Takes advantage of potentially 100% tax deductible* payments, providing you significant cash-savings
  • Expedites the administrative work needed for instrument procurement and logistics
  • Conserves working capital,  enabling you to reinvest in your core business and operations (staffing, inventory, marketing/sales, etc.)
  • Accommodates all manufacturer and model preferences

*Please consult your tax advisor to determine the full tax implications of leasing equipment.

Laboratory vacuums and pumps are devices that create vacuums in a laboratory environment. A vacuum is defined as a space devoid of matter, including gas.

Though outer space comes the closest, a truly perfect vacuum does not exist. Practically speaking, most man-made vacuums are simply spaces where the pressure is significantly lower than the external atmospheric pressure. These partial vacuums have a multitude of applications in biology, chemistry, and clinical research.

Most commonly, vacuum pumps are used in experiments that involve aspirating, controlling, or inducing solvent evaporation in concentrators. Vacuum ovens, desiccators, driers, and rotary evaporators are other types of lab equipment that use vacuum pumps. Though vacuum pumps are extremely popular devices, most only provide enough power for one workstation. More sophisticated vacuum systems also exist which can service multiple workstations, providing an alternative to buying multiple pumps. Other than the number of workstations, the type of chemicals or concentrations that you are using should be taken into consideration when thinking about getting a lab vacuum system.

Types of Lab Vacuums & Vacuum Depths

There are many different types of vacuum pumps, and understanding what the differences mean is crucial to matching correctly with your needs. For example, both oil and oil-less pumps exist, each with distinct advantages. Pumps sometimes use oil to help create and maintain the vacuum environment while preventing corrosion inside the pump. These types of pumps, however, require more maintenance and will need to have their oil changed periodically. Another major consideration is the strength, quality, or depth of the vacuum that you need.

  • Low: Also known as coarse or rough vacuum, used mostly for moving liquids.
  • Medium: Can be achieved using one pump, is appropriate for solvent recovery.
  • High: Normally requiring multi-stage pumping

Rotary Vane
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Rotary vane also known as RV pumps, are high-performance, oil-sealed pumps. These are some of the most common vacuum pumps found in laboratories and, due to their use of oil, can reach deeper pressures than dry lab vacuum pumps. The oil used must be changed periodically and maintenance is typically recommended after every 3,000 hours.


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Along with piston pumps, diaphragm pumps offer an oil-free vacuum solution. Instead of using oil to create an airtight seal, these pumps use a variety of valves that open and close in a pulsing motion similar to the human heart. These types of pumps operate at a much lower pressure than those that use oil.


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Also referred to as hybrid pumps, this type of pump combines the functionality of both a diaphragm and a rotary vane pump. The diaphragm pump is used to keep the oil in the RV pump under vacuum pressure, reducing the need for oil changes. These types of pumps are best suited for substances that have high vapor loads but also need the fine vacuum of an RV pump. Acids and freeze dryers are two examples of such applications.


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Like the piston style, scroll pumps are another type of dry pump that is often found in labs. These pumps are called dry scrolls because they use two spiral scrolls to compress the air and vapors before they are moved to the exhaust. Unlike other dry pumps, these can achieve much deeper vacuum levels and higher pumping speeds. These types of pumps are often used to de-gas, distill, or concentrate substances.


Whether you need to leaseback a lyophilizer or finance a laboratory vacuum, we can help. Give us a call at (510) 982-6552 or fill out our contact form so that we may discuss your needs in further detail.

We Offer Piston Pump Leases to Fit Every Need

Operating Lease

This off-balance sheet financing structure provides three options at the end of the term. The lessee has the option to return the equipment to the lessor, renew at a discounted rate, or purchase the instrument for the fair market value. Monthly payments are also 100% tax deductible which yields additional monetary savings.


If you recently bought equipment, Excedr can offer you cash for your device and convert your purchase into a long-term rental. This is called a sale-leaseback. If you’ve paid for equipment within the last ninety days, we can help you recoup your investment and allow you to make low monthly payments. This also frees up money in your budget rather than tying it down to a fixed asset.

Laboratory Vacuum Manufacturers & Models on the Market
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ThermoFisher Scientific:
Deep Vacuum Oil Pumps, Oil Vacuum Pumps, Oil-Free Vacuum Pumps

Air Admiral, Air Cadet, Air Cadet Pro

QIAGEN universal vacuum pump

Vacuum Pump, FL2, 115V, 230V, 110-120V

DS40M, DS 102, DS 202, DS 302, DS 402, DS 602, MS 40+, MS-101, MS-301, MS-631, MS-631 FL Frameless, DS 40M Roughing Pump, MS 120 LC/MS Roughing pump, MS 40+ LC/MS Roughing Pump, ICP/MS Roughing Pump

Gast Manufacturing:
1531, 0532, 1032, 2032, 3032, 0523, 0823, 1023, 1423, AT03, AT05, 0211, 0740, 1550, 1065, 2065, 2565, 2067, 2567, 3040, 6066, 8R (DC), LOA (PSC), LOA (DC), LAA, 71R (TWIN CYL), 71R (TWIN CYL – HIGH PRESS), 86R, 87R, 1L, 2L, 3L, 4L, 5L, 6L, 7L, 8L, 1H, 2H, 3H, 4H, 5H, 6H, 7H, 8H, PCA, 1VAF, 4VSF, 4VCF, 10D (DC), 15D (DC), 22D, 22D (DC), MOA, MAA, DOA, DAA

KNF Neuberger:
N 811 KVP, N 86 KTP, N 816.3 KT P, N 920 G, N 816.1.2 KT P, N 938.50 KT P, N 810.3 FTP, N 820.3 FTP, N 840.3 FTP, N 842.3 FTP, N 820.3 FT.40P, N 840.3 FT.40P, N 860.3 FT.40P

Vacuum Pump System:
SC 820, SC 920 G, SBC 840.40, SC 840, SC 950, SCC 950, SBC 860.40

Gardner Denver (Welch Vacuum):
DryFast Collegiate Diaphragm Pump 2014, 2034, 2037, 2044, 2047, 2032, 2042, Duo Seal 1400, 1402, 1399, 1405, 1376, 1397, 1374, WELCH Self-Cleaning Vacuum System 2025, 2026, 2027, 2028, GEM Direct Gear Pump 8890 – Rotavap, WOB-L Pump 2511, 2522, 2534, 2546, 2561, 2567, 2581, 2585, WOB-L System 2511, 2515, ChemStar 1400N, 1402N, 1376N, High Capacity Diaphragm Pump 2067, 2064, 2062, 2054, 2163B-01, ChemStar Dry – Oil-Free Deep Vacuum System 2080, 2071, 2070, CRVpro16, CRVpro24, CRVpro30, CRVpro2, CRVpro48, CRVpro65, CRVpro16 XPRF, CRVpro8 XPRF, CRVpro4 XPRF

ME 1C, ME 2C NT, ME 4C NT, ME 8C NT, ME 16C NT, ME 4C NT +2AK, ME 8C NT +2AK, ME 16C NT +EK, PC 3016 VARIO select, ME 16C VARIO select, MZ 1C, MZ 2C NT, MZ 2C NT +2AK, MZ 2C NT +AK+EK, MZ 2C NT +AK+M+D, PC101 NT, PC 510 select, PC 3002 VARIO select, MZ 2C NT +AK SYNCHRO+EK, PC 511 select, PC 520 select, MZ 2C VARIO select, MD 1C, MD 4C NT, MD 4CRL NT, MD12C NT,MV 10C NT, MV 10C NT +EK, PC3003 VARIO select, PC3010 VARIO select, MC 10C VARIO select, ATEX, ME1, ME2 NT, ME 4 NT, ME 8 NT, ME 16 NT, MZ 2 NT, MZ 2D NT, MD 1, MD 4 NT, MD 4 VARIO select, MD 12 NT, MD 12 VARIO select, MD 1 VARIO-SP, MD 1C VARIO-SP, RE 2.5, RZ 2.5, RZ 2.5 +FO+VS 16, RE 6, RZ 6, RZ 6 +FO+VS 16, RE 9, RZ 9, RC 6, PC 3/RC 6, PC 8/RC 6

Rocker Scientific Co., LTD.:
Rocker 300, 400, 410, 430, 800, 801, 810, 811, 300DC, 300C, 400C, 410C, 320, 420, 440, Chemker 300, Chemker 400, Chemker 410, Chemker 411, Chemker 600, Chemker 610, Chemker 611, Tanker 150, Tanker 215, Tanker 230

Vacuum Filtration System:
Rocker 300 – MF 31, 300 – LF 31, 300 – LF 30, 300SS, 300B

Pfeiffer Vacuum Inc.:
DuoLine Series, Duo 3 DC, Pascal, Pascal 2021 HW, HenaLine, Hena 50, 70, UnoLine Plus, Duo 11 ATEX, MVP 010, MVP 015, MVP 020, MVP 030, MVP 040, MVP 070, MVP 160, HiScroll 6, HiScroll 12, HiScroll 18, Hepta 100, Hepta 200, Hepta 300, Hepta 400, Hepta 630

BUCHI Corporation:
V-100, V-300, V-600

New Star Environmental:
New Star V400, V300, V430

and more!


Operating Capital Benefits

Operating Capital Benefits

Excedr's operating lease structure allows you to keep your business credit line open for expansions, staffing, and other operational expenses. Additionally, it strengthens the cash flow of your business and keeps cash reserves free for business development opportunities.

Effects on Credit

Effects on Credit

Leasing / renting provides you with non-dilutive financing and does not hinder your future borrowing ability. You're able to acquire the equipment you need without the baggage associated with traditional financing.

Used Equipment

Used Equipment

Unlike traditional financing and leasing companies, the Excedr program can accommodate refurbished/reconditioned equipment in addition to demo units. If you are looking for additional cost-savings, we recommend considering this option.

Speed of Approval

Speed of Approval

Excedr's program allows you to respond quickly as your need for equipment and technology arises. You can be approved with minimal documentation and have the equipment you need in operation and generating revenue for your business quickly.