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Purdue University Saves $400,000 Annually with Local Vacuum Networks

By Vacuubrand |

After Purdue University noticed that the water and sewer costs for their Biochemistry building were running quite high, a subsequent investigation showed that the building vacuum system was the cause of the high bills and massive water consumption.  Purdue University elected to install local vacuum networks in the Biochemistry building in order to reduce operating costs and provide more reliable vacuum to researchers and students.  Read our case study about how Purdue was able to achieve $400,000 in annual cost savings by decommissioning a steam ejector-based vacuum system and replacing it with VACUU•LAN® local vacuum networks that provide deep, reliable vacuum on demand.


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