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What is Ejector Vacuum System ?

An Ejector System, also known as a Vacuum Ejector or Jet Ejector, is a type of vacuum generation system that uses the venturi effect to create a vacuum by entraining and compressing a motive fluid. This system is widely used in various industries for applications such as vacuum packaging, degassing, distillation, and in processes where a vacuum is needed.

Here’s a basic explanation of how an Ejector System works:

Components of an Ejector System:

  • Ejector (Venturi Tube):
  • The core component of the system is the ejector, which is a nozzle-shaped device based on the venturi effect. It typically consists of a converging/diverging nozzle.
  • Motive Fluid Inlet:
  • The system requires a motive fluid (commonly steam or compressed air) as an energy source. This fluid is supplied to the ejector through an inlet.
  • Suction Inlet:
  • The suction inlet is where the vacuum is created. It’s the point where the system draws in the gas or vapor to be evacuated.
  • Diffuser Section:
  • Following the nozzle, there is a diffuser section where the motive fluid and entrained gases mix. This section allows for the expansion of the fluid, resulting in increased velocity and reduced pressure.

Working Principle:

  • Motive Fluid Injection:
  • The motive fluid (steam or compressed air) is injected into the converging section of the ejector.
  • Venturi Effect:
  • As the motive fluid flows through the converging section, its velocity increases, and the pressure decreases based on the venturi effect.
  • Entrainment:
  • The low-pressure zone created by the venturi effect draws in and entrains the gases or vapors from the suction inlet into the system.
  • Compression and Mixing:
  • The motive fluid and the entrained gases move through the diffuser section, where the motive fluid expands, compressing and mixing with the entrained gases.
  • Discharge:
  • The mixture is then discharged to the atmosphere or to another part of the process where a vacuum is required.

Advantages of Ejector Vacuum Systems:

  • Simple Design: Ejector systems have a relatively simple design, making them easy to install and maintain.
  • No Moving Parts: Ejectors have no moving parts, reducing the risk of mechanical failure and minimizing maintenance requirements.
  • Versatility: They can handle a variety of gases and vapors, making them versatile for different applications.


Ejector Systems find applications in various industries, including:

  • Chemical Processing
  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • Power Plants
  • Oil and Gas Industry
  • Food Processing

Ejector Systems play a crucial role in creating and maintaining vacuums for a range of industrial processes, and their efficiency often depends on factors like the motive fluid’s pressure and temperature.

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