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Pump Saver - for Stabilizing with Vacuum Chamber

Pump Saver - for Stabilizing with Vacuum Chamber

Product Specs

  • Pump Saver
  • 2 Installed 3/16" Hose Barbs
  • Brass Plug
  • Made from nearly indestructible material just like the chamber including clear body to allow you to see when you have resin in the Pump Saver and need to drain it.
  • It has a convenient drain plug at the lowest point to make draining easy and includes internal deflectors to prevent the resin from "jumping" from the inlet to outlet.
  • To use, simply cut your vacuum hose between the pump and chamber where you want to install the Pump Saver and push your hose on the included hose barbs.


  • The Pump Saver is a trap that you place in the line between your chamber and vacuum pump.
  • It is designed to catch any liquid that may come from your chamber. It is especially useful for that distracted moment when you may accidentally allow the foam to rise too fast!
  • The Pump Saver will catch that liquid and prevent it from getting to your expensive vacuum pump, ruining it.
  • The Pump Saver DOES NOT eliminate the need to still properly dry your wood as it only traps actual liquid.
Regular price $59.95 USD
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Expertly designed for stabilizing in vacuum chambers, the Pump Saver is a must-have for any serious vacuum equipment user. Effectively capturing and preventing debris from reaching your pump, it ensures optimal performance and prolongs the life of your equipment. Simplify maintenance and enhance efficiency with the Pump Saver.

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