Agilent IDP-7, 5.4 CFM, Dry Scroll Vacuum Pump

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X3807-64200 IDP-7, 5.4 CFM, Dry Scroll Vacuum Pump 120V / 1ph 1.34 atmosphere (5 psig) 60 Hz: 2.6 x 10-2 mbar (2.0 x 10-2 Torr) 50 Hz: 4.0 x 10-2 mbar (3.0 x 10-2 Torr) 60 Hz: 152 L/min (9.1 m3/h); 50 Hz: 120 L/min (7.2 m3/h) 1 Each

Agilent IDP7 Scroll Pump Ideal Uses

  • Vacuum Ovens (Approximately 5 cubic foot size)
  • Clean Room Processes
  • Analytic & Research Laboratories

Why We Like The Agilent IDP7 Vacuum Pump

Agilent's 5.4 CFM dry scroll pump is oil-free - making it a clean, quiet, high performance vacuum pump. The IDP7 uses a single-sided scroll design that allows for a straightforward maintenance procedure with simple tools.

Oil-Free Is The Proper Pump Choice for Clean Rooms, Bio-Pharma, Neutraceutical Processes

With an oil-free scroll pump, there is no chance of having a product batch contaminated by ""backstreaming"" of the dirty hydrocarbon oils associated with oil-filled rotary vane vacuum pumps. Because it's oil-free, the Agilent IDP7 does not smoke out of the exhaust or require filters and traps on the vacuum pump inlet and outlet.

Hermetically Sealed = Clean & Safe

Agilent's IDP7 pump is hermetic, with the motor and all bearings completely isolated from the vacuum path. This design extends the bearing life and provides clean, dry vacuum to the application. The hermetic design of this pump allow for longer life by protecting the interior workings of the pump from aggressive solvents, corrosives, etc.

Pull Deeper Vacuum / Gas Ballast Positions 1 and 2

The IDP7 has two gas ballast ports that assist the pump in handling condensable gases such as water vapor, or other gaseous products that become liquids or solvents when reaching atmospheric pressure.

With neither of the gas ballast ports open, the IDP7 has a base pressure of 20 mTorr.

The port in position 1 provides for ~ 12 grams per hour of water vapor pumping, and limits the base pressure of the pump to not less than 200 mTorr.

The port in position 2 provides for ~ 120 grams per hour of water vapor pumping and limits the base pressure of the pump to not less than 1 Torr.

Agilent IDP7 Scroll Pump Features

  • Includes the power cord & exhaust hose at no extra charge
  • Digital hour meter for tracking service intervals
  • Hermetically sealed for longer life
  • Gas ballast allows for vacuum flexibility and higher vapor tolerance
  • Do-It yourself maintenance
  • Conforms with CE, CSA, CSA/CUS, Semi S2-703, and RoH
  • 1 Year Warranty

Agilent IDP7 Maintenance - Tip Seal Replacement

Replace tip seals every 6-18 months (depending on usage). When the time comes, order our IDP7 Tip Seal Replacement Kit.


Model Agilent IDP-7
Peak Pumping Speed 50 Hz: 120 L/min, 7.2 m3/h
60 Hz: 152 L/min, 9.1 m3/h
Ultimate Pressure 60 Hz: 2.6 x 10-2 mbar, 2.0 x 10-2 Torr
50 Hz: 4.0 x 10-2 mbar, 3.0 x 10-2 Torr
Maximum Inlet Pressure 1.0 atmosphere (0 psig), 200 mbar (150 Torr)
Maximum Outlet Pressure 1.34 atmosphere (5 psig)
Inlet Connection NW25
Exhaust Connection NW16
Gas Ballast Connection Female 1/4"" NPT, 20 µm sintered plug provided, SAE-2 5/16-24
Ambient Operating Temperature 5 to 40 °C (41 to 104 °F)
Storage Temperature -20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F)
Motor Rating 0.38 HP (300 W)
Supply Power 100-120V, 50/60 Hz, single phase, 3 to 6A typical
Motor Thermal Protection Automatic
Operating Speed 50 Hz: 1450 rpm; 60 Hz: 1750 rpm
Cooling Air-cooled
Weight 24.5 kg (54 lbs)
Shipping Weight: 28.1 kg (62 lbs)
Restrictions No corrosive, explosive, or particulate-forming gases
Leak Rate <1 x 10-6 sccs helium
Noise Level 52 +/- 2 dB (A)
Vibration Level at Inlet 7 mms-1 rms
Compliance Conforms with CE, CSA, CSA/CUS, Semi S2-703, and RoHS
Warranty 1 Year