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  • Germany BUSCH R5 RD series vauum pump

Germany BUSCH R5 RD series vauum pump

Item No.: R5 RD
Under 50 HZ, pump speed available, 160 m3/h, 200 m3/h, 250 m3/h, 300 m3/h.
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R 5 RD 0200–0360 A

Oil-Lubricated Rotary Vane Vacuum Pumps

R5 RD – The New Benchmark of Rotary Vane Technology
R5 RD rotary vane vacuum pumps are the new standard for vacuum packaging. They are also well-established in a variety of other industrial applications.

High efficiency is the outstanding quality of this series. With an up to 30% lower energy consumption compared to conventional rotary vane vacuum pumps.

Heat emission has also been reduced thanks to an improved cooling air flow. Together with an optimized heat discharge, this contributes to a low ambient temperature.

All service relevant components are mounted on one side of the vacuum pump for easier access. Therefore, the service routine becomes significantly faster. And the smooth surface designfacilitates cleaning.

The single exhaust filter can be replaced in less than a minute. Moreover, it provides enhanced filtration performance for best-in-class oil separation.

R5 RD vacuum pumps feature hard-wearing carbon fiber vanes as standard, ensuring excellent performance and a long service life.


Low operating costs, high uptime, energy-efficient, reduced heat emission, optimized heat direction


Easy sevicing

All service relevant parts on one side, service routine significantly faster, smooth surface design for easy cleaning



Robust construction, highly resilient carbon fiber vanes, proven performance


Dimensional drawing

R5 RD 0200–0360 A

Pumping speed


Technical Specifications



New Generation for Vacuum Packaging
With the development of the first ever rotary vane vacuum pump for the packaging of food, Busch has set the standards in the vacuum packaging industry. For decades, R5 rotary vane vacuum pumps have been the leaders in providing vacuum for applications in food production, food process technology, food packaging as well as other vacuum packaging applications. Being optimized for operating around ultimate pressure and due to their high reliability and long service lifetime, they are regarded until today as the "packaging vacuum pumps par excellence". The R5 RD is the new generation within the proven R5 product family and the result of this continuous development.

Vacuum packaging
Vacuum packaging helps to extend shelf life of fresh food considerably and has therefore become indispensable today. In particular, the extraction of oxygen plays a decisive role. This method prevents oxidation processes, preserving not only quality, texture and flavour of the packaged product but also its nutrients, vitamins and taste. Furthermore, aerobic bacteria multiply only very slowly or not at all. Dry foods can be protected against moisture by means of vacuum packaging. MAP (modified atmosphere packaging) is mainly used for fresh meat, fish or convenience food. Atmosphere in the packaging is replaced by a gas mixture to maintain optical appearance, freshness and flavour.

Typical uses of R5 vacuum pumps are in chamber machines, tray sealers and thermoformers, in the latter both at the sealing and the forming station. They are used in countless food processes, for example meat and sausage production, cheese manufacturing, convenience food preparation and beverage bottling.

Central Vacuum System
R5 rotary vane vacuum pumps are the perfect individual vacuum modules in a centralized vacuum supply for the packaging industry. Providing central vacuum systems is an area in which Busch has gained worldwide experience over many decades. Thanks to the accumulated know-how from thousands of installations Busch can always provide the best vacuum solution meeting the specific requirements of each customer.

A centralization of the vacuum supply yields shorter evacuation times and still allows the packaging process to run with fewer vacuum pumps. The demand-driven control ensures that as many vacuum pumps are in operation as are really required at a specific point of time. Considerable energy savings can be realized in comparison to a decentralized vacuum supply. Moreover, being installed outside of the packaging room, a central vacuum system helps to keep the production free from heat emissions, and maintenance can easily be carried out during operation.