We use Leybold D2500 turbo blowers in some of the Bystronic resonators and I know they're used in other non Bystronic machines. It seems they're getting more expensive and they don't seem to last as long as they used to. I've had some failures in warranty and some just out of warranty which really hurts! What is everyone else's experience with the Leybold D2500? I've heard of a conversion to a blower with magnetic bearings, does anyone know about this or have any suggestions to address the cost/quality/reliability issue of the D2500?
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