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Welch / Sargent Vacuum Pumps & Equipment
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Welch Vacuum Technology, once a part of Sargent Welch Scientific Co, is a global leader in the OEM compressor and vacuum pump industries. Since the sale of its first vacuum pump, 100 hundred years ago, the Welch vacuum pump has become a standard facet on the vacuum production lines. The line includes oil lubricated rotary vane, dry piston, and diaphragm vacuum pumps. The company has since changed its name to Welch Rietschle Thomas.

The Sargent Welch pump is widely used today. They have been employed for chemical and biological laboratories, high vacuum manufacturing, air conditioning/ refrigeration, aerospace, and electronics production. Most commonly the Welch vacuum pump is remarkably well known in the chemical and life science research laboratories.

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Need more information about Sargent Welch Scientific equipment then please email us or call FMG:

(800) 327-6177
(408) 982-0110

Other Resources:

You can also find information at the Sargent Welch Scientific web site:
http://www.sargentwelch.com/

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Need repair or rebuilding services, then look at the FMG Certified Program, and request a quote from us.

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Looking to purchase new or used equipment then send us your request for a quotation. You can also request a list of our Monthly Specials. Lastly, you can request pricing for Welch / Sargent parts and fluids.
Call 800-327-6177 or 408-982-0110
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