When shopping, ordinary consumers often feel that the price is higher and the service life will be longer. In a sense, the service cycle of purchasing mechanical products has a certain relationship with the price. Especially for products with guaranteed after-sales service, the service life will be relatively long. Of course, in the process of consumer choice, in addition to the price, don't easily ignore some principled things. After all, ignoring the principle will not help their choice much. Is there a relationship between the price and service life of oil-free vacuum pump? If the price is relatively high under the same conditions, the overall quality should be relatively good. When the quality is good, the service life will be relatively prolonged. If the improper use in the process of use leads to bad effects, it will eventually affect the service life. It is suggested that consumers should not easily ignore some principled things. After all, their own methods will also play a certain role. No consumer is completely indifferent to the price when buying products. Even if they have a large budget, they certainly want to choose products with absolute cost performance. The price of oil-free vacuum pump is affected by many factors. When choosing, you must choose products with a relatively long service life. After all, if you analyze them from a long-term perspective, it will be very helpful for your own application. There are also some relatively cheap products in the market, but they will not have a long service life after purchase, and even need to be repaired after use for a period of time. In the process of purchasing products, many detailed problems should not be easily ignored, and the final judgment should not be affected by a little cost. There will be a certain correlation between the service life and price of the product, but only by truly comparing the goods, it is possible to choose the most appropriate product. When comparing, we should adhere to a very rational comparison standard, and we can't rely solely on our own subjective assumptions. Many problems only know what's going on after real experience. It is suggested that consumers must adhere to relatively rational purchase thinking when choosing.