Learn how to size vacuum pumps, keys to smooth operation and much more.


Thursday, Jul 22, 2021


11:00 a.m. Central (16:00 GMT)

Vacuum pumps are used in a variety of applications including water and wastewater treatment, chemical processing, food and beverage processing, oil and gas and more. Understanding the basics of vacuum pumps and how to size them, plus gas laws and measurements, is important to a smooth operation. Learn more about vacuum pump design solutions, including their use in industrial vacuum applications.

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VJ Gupta
VJ Gupta
Product Marketing and Engineering

VJ Gupta has been in the vacuum pump industry for over 19 years and most recently with Busch LLC for 12 years in product marketing and engineering managerial roles. He holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Old Dominion University, Virginia. His experience includes design, manufacturing, and project management of vacuum pumps and systems. He has designed vacuum systems for food and beverage, oil and gas, medical, power (steam turbine) and the semiconductor industry, to name a few. Gupta also has proficient knowledge of gas laws, vacuum fundamentals, rotating equipment and plumbing design and specifications.


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