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Vacuum Chambers Info

Ultra High Vacuum Chambers

The so called UHV, is a kind of vacuum characterized by pressures lower than approximately 10−7 pascal or 100 nanopascals (10−9 mbar, ~10−9 torr). UHV needs to be constructed with uncommon materials, and the entire system require to be baked … Continue reading

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Vacuum Chamber History

Today while I was surfing on Google, I found a very interesting article that contains the Timeline of Vacuum Chamber Development. I found it a great idea, a content that this blog can’t really miss! So lets start saying that … Continue reading

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Water Cooling – Why It Is Important To Vacuum Chambers

There are many precautions that you or your research team must take when you are working with vacuum chambers. There are things that you need to keep in mind, especially when you are working with high heat. One way that … Continue reading

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What Materials Are Vacuum Chambers Made Of

Although there are several options available in the production of vacuum chambers, there are just a few materials that seem to be used over and over again. There are several reasons why these materials work the best and we’ll explore … Continue reading

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Vacuum Chamber Description

A vacuum chamber is a hard enclosure from which all the gases and air are discharge thanks to a vacuum pump. Vacuum chambers are required to avoid contamination of samples in many disparate kinds of spectroscopy and for thin film … Continue reading

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