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Fieldpiece Instruments Introduces New Vacuum Pump for the European Market

Orange, Calif., June 12, 2019 — Fieldpiece Instruments, the industry leader in tools and test instruments for HVACR professionals, introduces a new vacuum pump for the European market that is lightweight and portable, full of features and competitively priced.  The VP55INT is designed for European HVACR professionals who are pulling vacuum in A/C and refrigeration units either prior to adding refrigerant on a new installation or performing a system repair.

The VP55INT is a 5cfm pump with an AC motor and has dual voltage to easily change from 110 VAC to 230 VAC. A unique feature of the Fieldpiece vacuum pumps is the four in-line ports in three different sizes that allow for tidy hose routing and hose options. Another feature for the HVACR professional is the extra wide base to help prevent the pump from tipping and spilling oil.

Oil management, including inspecting the condition of the oil as well as ease of changing the oil, is important when installing or repairing a system. With the Fieldpiece Vacuum Pump, the HVACR professional can clearly view the oil condition through the large oil tank window. The oil backlight not only allows the technician to see the condition of the oil but also to see if the fill level is correct. In addition, with the Fieldpiece RunQuick™ oil change system, the oil can be replaced in under 20 seconds, even without losing a vacuum while the pump is running.

Russ Harju, Product Manager Fieldpiece Instruments says, “Performance and features are at the core of our new vacuum pump. We are excited to launch this new vacuum pump in the European market at a competitive price. With our proven track record of performance, the VP55 will become the one pump the technician asks for.”

The VP55 is available now. The European headquarters of Fieldpiece is located at:

Fieldpiece Instruments B.V., Kingsfordweg 151, 1043GR Amsterdam, Netherlands. Telephone: +34 659.181.882 or +44 1604 654164.

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