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and PChemLabs have a wick for the 80 model--which shows an oil wick 
holder having a different part number than listed too:

http://www.pchemlabs.com/product.asp?pid=5686

(again, those rods!!!)


On 2/21/2017 1:19 PM, Matthew Rogers - NOAA Federal wrote:
> Howdy isotope friends,
>
> Quick question for those of you with a newer Delta V that has a 
> Pfeiffer SplitFlow 300 turbo pump:
>
> I bought a new oil wick for this pump, and I want to be sure it's the 
> right one before I shut down my mass spec to perform some maintenance. 
> Our Delta V is about a year old and it has a new model of turbo pump 
> compared to the older Delta V and earlier models.  The oil reservoir I 
> received is a lot bigger than I'm used to.
>
> The oil wick I received has part number PM 133 302 AU on the label 
> that is on the actual hard plastic screw-top container that the wick 
> comes in.  Is this the correct wick?
>
> The little bag that the wick+container comes in with a new o-ring has 
> part number PM 143 451 AT, which is what is specified on the actual 
> turbo pump. The part number on the oil wick container is new to me and 
> different than the part number specified on the pump. It's confusing 
> to see different part numbers on the bag the wick comes versus the 
> hard plastic container that holds the wick. Pfeiffer assures me I have 
> the right part but I want to double check.
>
> I hope this makes sense - any help would be appreciated.  I can send 
> pictures if necessary.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Matt
>
>
> -- 
> Matthew Rogers
> Research Chemist
> Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry
>
> NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center
> Auke Bay Laboratories, Juneau AK
> 907.789.6016
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