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Welcome to Baichuan, your premier partner for precision-engineered vacuum chambers in the semiconductor, photovoltaic, and scientific research industries. We blend cutting-edge technology with unparalleled expertise to deliver vacuum chambers that set industry standards.

  • Custom Aluminum, Stainless steel, and Titanium vacuum chambers.
  • High vacuum(HV) and ultra-high vacuum (UHV) chambers.
  • Max work range 6500*4200*1800mm.
  • Asia’s leading friction stir welding (FSW) capabilities.
  • Leak testing machine, cleaning plant, heat treatment.

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BaiChuan Precision - Leading Edge Custom Vacuum Chambers

Baichuan Precision, with over 18 years of excellence, is at the forefront of delivering customized vacuum chamber solutions. Our factory, equipped with over 30 state-of-the-art machines, stands as a testament to our commitment to quality and innovation. Recognized globally, we proudly serve industries in the United States, Canada, Germany, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, and the UK. At Baichuan Precision, we bridge the gap between ambitious engineering and real-world applications, ensuring each vacuum chamber we produce meets the highest standards of efficiency and durability.

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Our Processing Capabilities

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Whether it is stainless steel, aluminum, or titanium alloys, high vacuum chambers, and ultra-high vacuum chambers, or one-piece or welded chambers, from regular sizes to oversized products, we can meet any of your vacuum chamber requirements. We are equipped with a super-large CNC gantry machining center with a maximum stroke of 6500*4200*1800mm so that your design and products are no longer limited by processing capabilities and realize your higher pursuit of vacuum chambers.

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Our Welding Capability

welding vacuum chamber

Welding Team

We have a professional welding team led by former welding engineers from Applied Materials, who are proficient in various welding technologies for vacuum chambers, such as brazing, EBW, laser welding, argon arc welding, vacuum brazing, vacuum diffusion welding, and orbital welding. Different welding types correspond to different materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, and titanium, and your various requirements for vacuum chamber welding.

Friction Stir Welding (FSW)

Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is an innovative and solid-state joining process. This technique is primarily used to join materials that are difficult to weld by traditional fusion methods, especially aluminum and other non-ferrous metals, though it has been successfully applied to steels, titanium, and even thermoplastics. We are proud to introduce to you our Asia-leading friction stir welding capabilities. The welding depth can reach 80-100mm.

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Why does the vacuum chamber need to be welded?

Welding is fundamental to the construction, integrity, and functionality of vacuum chambers, ensuring they meet the stringent requirements of their intended applications. Welding plays a crucial role in the manufacturing and maintenance of vacuum chambers for several reasons.

Airtight Seals: The primary function of a vacuum chamber is to maintain a vacuum or a controlled atmosphere inside the chamber. Welding is essential for creating airtight seals that prevent air or gases from leaking into or out of the chamber. This ensures that the vacuum integrity is maintained, which is critical for the processes that the chamber is used for, such as in scientific research, aerospace, and semiconductor manufacturing.

Strength and Durability: Vacuum chambers need to withstand internal pressure differentials without deforming or breaking. Welding provides strong joins that can handle these stresses over the chamber’s operational life. This structural integrity is vital, especially for chambers used in high-pressure, high-temperature, or corrosive environments.

Material Compatibility: Vacuum chambers are often made from metals like stainless steel, aluminum, or titanium, which have low outgassing rates—a critical property for maintaining vacuum integrity. Welding techniques for these materials have been developed to ensure that the welds themselves do not become sources of gas leak or contamination.

Complex Shapes and Customization: Welding allows for the construction of chambers with complex shapes or custom configurations. This is important for scientific experiments or industrial processes that require unique chamber designs to accommodate specific equipment, samples, or processes.

Repair and Modification: Over time, vacuum chambers may require repair due to wear and tear or might need modifications to suit new processes or equipment. Welding is a versatile method that can be used for both repairing damages (like cracks or leaks) and making modifications (like adding new ports or changing the chamber size).

Minimizing Contamination: Proper welding techniques minimize the risk of contamination inside the chamber, which is crucial for processes that require high purity environments, such as semiconductor manufacturing or material science experiments.

Types of Custom Vacuum Chambers

High and Ultra-High Vacuum Product


  1. Pressure Range:

    • High Vacuum: Typically between 10^-3 to 10^-7 Torr.
    • Ultra-High Vacuum: Generally below 10^-7 Torr, reaching up to 10^-12 Torr or lower.
  2. Material Requirements: Materials used in HV and UHV systems must have low outgassing rates to minimize contamination and pressure increases. Common materials include stainless steel, aluminum, and ceramics. Surfaces are often electropolished to reduce gas absorption and desorption.

  3. Sealing Techniques: Seals must prevent any air leakage into the vacuum. Metal seals are often preferred in UHV systems due to their lower outgassing rates compared to elastomeric seals.

  4. Vacuum Pumps: Different types of vacuum pumps are used, often in combinations, to achieve and maintain the required vacuum levels. Turbomolecular and ion pumps are common in UHV applications, whereas rotary vane and diffusion pumps might be seen in HV setups.

  5. Vacuum Measurement: Accurate measurement is critical. Ionization gauges are typically used in UHV conditions because of their sensitivity to extremely low pressures.

Application Scope

  1. Semiconductor Manufacturing: HV and UHV environments are essential for semiconductor fabrication to prevent contamination that could lead to defects in microchips.

  2. Surface Science: Studies involving the physical and chemical properties of surfaces often require UHV conditions to prevent contamination and to allow for the accurate measurement of surface interactions.

  3. Particle Accelerators: Both HV and UHV are used in the operation of particle accelerators to minimize interactions between the particles and any residual gases, which can affect the quality of the experimental results.

  4. Space Simulation Chambers: HV and UHV chambers are used to simulate the vacuum of space to test spacecraft components and sensors under conditions similar to those they will experience in orbit.

  5. Nanotechnology: The fabrication and study of nanoscale materials and devices often require UHV conditions to ensure surface purity and to enable precise manipulation of atoms and molecules.

  6. Electron Microscopy: UHV is crucial in some types of electron microscopes, which require vacuum conditions to prevent air molecules from interfering with the electron beam used to image samples.

  7. Synchrotron Radiation Facilities: UHV conditions are necessary in these facilities to prevent the absorption or scattering of the generated synchrotron radiation by air molecules.

Spherical Vacuum Chambers

  • Characteristics:

    • Spherical vacuum chambers have a shape that is, as the name suggests, spherical. This design provides uniform distribution of pressure from all directions, which is advantageous for certain types of experiments or processes.
    • They often have multiple ports (openings) that can be used for inserting instruments or for evacuation and filling with gas. These ports are usually placed strategically to allow for flexibility in use.
    • The spherical shape can be beneficial for minimizing dead spaces where gas might accumulate and not be properly evacuated.
  • Application Scope:

    • Spherical chambers are frequently used in applications involving the study of plasmas, gas dynamics, and particle physics where isotropic (uniform in all directions) conditions are necessary.
    • They are also suitable for applications requiring high vacuum levels, as their design can facilitate more uniform evacuation and less leakage.
    • Ideal for experiments or applications where internal visibility and access from multiple angles are important.

Cylindrical Vacuum Chambers

Cylindrical Vacuum Chambers​
  • Characteristics:

    • Cylindrical chambers are shaped like a cylinder, with circular faces on the ends and a long, straight middle section. This shape provides a good balance between volume and surface area, which can be advantageous for certain applications.
    • They can be oriented horizontally or vertically, depending on the requirements of the application, and can be designed to accommodate large or long items.
    • These chambers typically offer easier scalability in size, from small desktop models to large industrial sizes.
  • Application Scope:

    • Cylindrical vacuum chambers are widely used in the semiconductor and coating industries for processes such as physical vapor deposition (PVD) and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) due to their ability to accommodate long substrates.
    • They are also used in materials science and engineering for the testing and development of new materials under vacuum conditions.
    • Suitable for applications where a compromise between directional access and volume is needed.

Box (Cubical) Vacuum Chambers

vacuum chamber
  • Characteristics:

    • Box vacuum chambers, as the name implies, have a box or cube-like shape. This design maximizes the internal volume for a given footprint, making it efficient for space utilization.
    • They offer easy access to the interior, typically from the top or one side, making them convenient for loading and unloading of materials or for experiments requiring frequent interaction.
    • Box chambers can be custom-designed with multiple ports, shelves, and internal structures to support various applications.
  • Application Scope:

    • Box chambers are often used in product testing and quality assurance labs for simulating vacuum conditions that products might encounter, such as in aerospace and packaging industries.
    • Ideal for applications requiring a large, accessible workspace, such as large-scale industrial processes, space simulation, and thermal vacuum testing.
    • They are also used in research and development for material science, biology, and chemistry where space and accessibility are critical.

Vacuum Chamber Products Showcase

Discover the Zenith of Customization with BaiChuan Precision: Your Partner in Innovation. Dive into a world where your concepts materialize with unparalleled precision, thanks to our advanced vacuum chamber fabrication. Our portfolio shines with examples of our commitment to excellence, offering bespoke vacuum chambers meticulously engineered by our adept craftsmen. For those seeking the ultimate in vacuum chamber customization, BaiChuan Precision marks the end of your quest. Join us, and let’s shape the future together.

Why Choose Us?

Choosing Baichuan means partnering with a company that not only boasts a robust manufacturing capability and cutting-edge technology but also possesses a deep understanding of the industries we serve.

Significant Raw Material Inventory

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Comprehensive Welding and Fabrication Capabilities

Ultra-wide and multi-type processing capabilities

Advanced Facilities for Quality Assurance

Thorough post-processing capabilities

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Dive into the testimonials of our valued partners to discover how we’ve met their unique needs with precision and excellence.

Alex Johnson
Alex JohnsonEngineering Manager
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We have worked with several suppliers in the past, but the experience with BaiChuan Precision stands out. The vacuum chamber we received not only met our stringent quality requirements but also came with certifications that attest to its quality. Their technical expertise and the ability to deliver within tight deadlines helped us avoid costly delays. BaiChuan Precision is now our go-to partner for all our custom vacuum chamber needs.
Laura Smith
Laura SmithProject Lead
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Receiving the vacuum chamber from BaiChuan Precision was a game-changer for our project. The attention to detail, from the engineering to the final product, was exactly what we needed. The additional advice and support provided by their team made all the difference, ensuring a smooth integration into our system. BaiChuan Precision has truly impressed us with their quality and service.
MarkIndustrial Product Designer
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The customized vacuum chamber from BaiChuan Precision arrived, and it seamlessly integrated with our system. The craftsmanship was evident, from the materials used to the impeccable finish. Their team's proactive communication kept us in the loop at every stage, ensuring the project was completed without a hitch. BaiChuan Precision has set a new standard for what we expect from our suppliers.

As the owner of a small business that develops new products for our own market and also for other companies, BC has always been very helpful as our main supplier of prototype parts from metals and plastics. For 5-6 years we have relied on BC for various prototypes for a multitude of products made from steel, aluminium, and several plastics. BC are receptive to our needs and are able to source the correct material for customised applications, such as specific grades of non-magnetic stainless steel. BC have also been our partner for manufacturing of stainless steel components for our electric bike business and polycarbonate parts for our drilling alignment monitor, as well as many other productions from a wide variety of products across multiple industries.

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Own material warehouse

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Have you ever encountered defects in your vacuum chamber due to product materials not meeting requirements? Our warehouses in Chengdu and Shanghai can provide more than 2,000 tons of spot aluminum and stainless steel materials to meet the various sizes required for processing vacuum chambers, especially materials for large vacuum chambers. We are equipped with material analyzers to test each batch of materials and issue material certificates to ensure that your vacuum chamber meets the requirements and has a longer service life.

How To Choose The Suitable Material?

Vacuum chambers are essential components in many industrial and research applications, including semiconductor manufacturing, materials science research, and space simulation tests. The choice of material for a vacuum chamber is crucial and depends on the specific requirements of the application, such as vacuum level, chemical resistance, mechanical properties, and cost.


Preferred for its lightweight, thermal conductivity, and cost-effectiveness but is less suitable for chemically aggressive or ultra-high vacuum applications.

Stainless Steel

Offers an excellent balance of durability, corrosion resistance, and low outgassing, making it a versatile choice for a wide range of vacuum applications.


Stand out for their superior strength-to-weight ratio and exceptional corrosion resistance, ideal for specialized applications where these properties are critical, albeit at a higher cost.

Post-processing of Your Parts

cleaning plant


Cleaning the vacuum chamber is essential for several reasons, particularly when dealing with high vacuum (HV) and ultra-high vacuum (UHV) systems, where even minute amounts of contaminants can significantly impact the system’s performance. We are equipped with a professional cleaning workshop to remove impurities and oil stains on the surface of the newly completed vacuum chamber. This kind of cleaning cannot be judged by the naked eye.

Surface Finish

Choose from our range of expertly applied finishes: Glass Bead Blasted, Machine Polished, Sandblasted, and Electropolished. Our standard offerings include flanges and precision machined components with a flawless 32-microinch surface finish, and an ultra-refined 16-microinch finish on sealing surfaces. Need even more precision? Consult with our design engineers for bespoke solutions tailored to your exact specifications.



Welcome to our state-of-the-art purification workshop! Carefully designed to ensure an ultra-clean environment, which is critical to minimizing contamination in sensitive manufacturing processes.

Our Class 10000 cleanrooms contain fewer than 352,000 particles larger than 0.5 microns per cubic foot of air, an important criterion for the high standards our industry requires. This specialized environment allows us to inspect, assemble and package critical components under the strictest standards of cleanliness and control, ensuring the highest quality and reliability of our products.

The workshop includes advanced air filtration systems, tightly controlled humidity and temperature conditions, and sophisticated static and contamination control measures. Each area within the shop is designed to optimize a specific aspect of our production process, from initial assembly to final inspection, ensuring every component meets our and our discerning customers’ exacting standards.


Dimensions Checking

In the regular dimensional inspection steps, we first conduct on-machine inspection during product processing and as soon as possible after processing is completed. Then, the finished product is transferred to our CMM machine for secondary dimensional inspection. The CMM equipped with a maximum inspection range of 4000 mm allows us to inspect almost all products. At the same time, each product corresponds to a test report, which you can view at any time.

Helium mass spectrometer leak detector

Leak Testing

For specializing in high-precision manufacturing for the semiconductor industry, employing rigorous leak testing procedures is essential for maintaining our reputation as a provider of high-quality components. Our advanced testing facilities, including helium mass spectrometers and ultrasonic detectors, ensure that every vacuum chamber meets the strictest standards required by their clients.


Vacuum packing is a critical process in various industries, from food and beverage to electronics and pharmaceuticals. This packaging method involves removing air from the package before sealing it, significantly reducing the oxygen level inside. This reduction in oxygen helps prolong the shelf life of products, maintaining quality, and protecting against external elements.

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Vacuum Chamber Applications

At BaiChuan Precision, we’re more than suppliers—we’re your precision partners. Specializing in custom CNC machined vacuum chambers, we serve critical industries like semiconductors, photovoltaics, and PVD/CVD coatings. With over 18 years of expertise and advanced machinery, we ensure top-quality, precisely tailored solutions for your projects.


Semiconductor Manufacturing

Deposition (e.g., physical vapor deposition, chemical vapor deposition), etching, and lithography. These processes require controlled environments to ensure high purity and precision in the layering and patterning of materials on silicon wafers.


Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals

In pharmaceutical manufacturing, vacuum chambers are used for freeze-drying (lyophilization) to remove moisture from substances, improving the stability and shelf life of pharmaceutical products without using heat, which could degrade the product.


Material Science and Engineering

Researchers use vacuum chambers to study the properties of materials under low-pressure conditions, which can reveal different behaviors and properties than at atmospheric pressure.

space simulation

Space Simulation

Simulate the vacuum of space to test spacecraft components and satellites, ensuring they can withstand the conditions they will face in orbit, including extreme temperatures and the absence of atmospheric pressure.


Coating Technologies

Used for applying thin films of materials onto substrates through techniques like sputtering or evaporation(PVD,  CVD, FPD). This is critical in creating coatings for optics, electronics, and wear-resistant materials.

Automotive Industry

Automotive Industry

Vacuum chambers are used to remove gases from materials like plastics and resins used in automotive parts. This process helps in reducing defects and improving the quality and strength of the materials.

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Vacuum chambers are typically constructed from materials that are non-outgassing and have low vapor pressures to maintain a stable vacuum environment. Common materials include:

  • Stainless Steel: Popular for its strength, resistance to corrosion, and minimal outgassing rates.
  • Aluminum: Chosen for its lightweight properties and good conductance.
  • Titanium and other alloys: Used in applications requiring higher strength-to-weight ratios and corrosion resistance.

The most popular material for vacuum chamber is stainless steel. Especially 304 stainless steel is extensively utilized in the construction of vacuum chambers due to its high strength and suitability for wide temperature variations. It resists oxidation effectively and can be joined through welding or brazing.

We manufacture a wide range of vacuum chambers to suit various applications and industries:

  • Spherical Chambers: Used in applications requiring uniform distribution of pressure and minimal dead spaces.
  • Cylindrical Chambers: Common due to their ease of manufacturing and versatility.
  • Box Chambers: Ideal for applications that require a large internal volume and easy access.
  • High Vacuum Chambers: Designed for applications that require vacuum levels typically between 10^-6 to 10^-9 Torr. These chambers are essential for processes such as electron microscopy and certain thin film deposition techniques.
  • Ultra-High Vacuum Chambers: Engineered for extremely low pressure environments, achieving vacuum levels below 10^-9 Torr. These are crucial in fields like surface science and particle physics, where any contamination could compromise the results.

Yes, we specialize in customizing vacuum chambers to meet specific client requirements. Whether you need specific dimensions, port configurations, feedthroughs, or specialized coatings, we can tailor our products to suit your exact needs. Our engineering team works closely with clients to ensure that all specifications are met.

Absolutely. We offer comprehensive support and service packages for installation, maintenance, and repair of vacuum chambers. Our team is available to assist with on-site installations and provide training for your staff on operation and maintenance procedures.

Lead times can vary based on the complexity and customization of the chamber. Generally, custom orders may take 4-10 weeks. We always work to meet our client’s timeline and provide accurate estimates during the initial consultation.

CAD Files in Any Format: Whether it’s 2D or 3D, we accept STP, IGES, X_T, DWG, PDF, STL, ensuring no design is too complex for us to handle.

Project Specifics: Share your expected quantities, desired machining processes, and material requirements to help us tailor our services perfectly to your needs.

Finishing Touches: Specify any secondary operations such as finishing details, heat treatments, anodizing, or plating to ensure your parts meet the highest standards.

Compliance and Certifications: Let us know about any critical industry standards or customer specifications you adhere to, including First Article Inspection, PPAP requirements, and necessary certifications.

Additional Insights: Any target pricing, desired lead times, or other pertinent information will help us align our services with your expectations.

As a company established in 2006, we deeply understand the importance of integrity, and protecting the privacy of our customers is something we take extremely seriously. We can sign a NDA(non-disclosure agreements) before receiving your drawings, so please feel free to leave your design to us!

That’s not a problem. Just send us the photos of each angle, tell us the overall dimesions, material, surface treatment and QTY of the sample, and we will quote an approximate price. If you think the price is right, we then make samples based on the drawings we get and adjust them to perfection.

Quality assurance is integral to our manufacturing process. We employ several quality control measures including:

  • Helium Leak Testing: To ensure the integrity of the vacuum seal.
  • Material Inspection: To verify the quality and suitability of all materials used.
  • Performance Testing: Each chamber is tested under operational conditions to ensure it meets the required specifications.

More to Know About Vacuum Chambers

What is a vacuum chamber?

A vacuum chamber is an enclosed space from which air and other gases are removed using a vacuum pump, creating a low-pressure environment inside the chamber, commonly referred to as a vacuum. The degree of vacuum refers to how closely the chamber approaches a perfect vacuum, where no particles of matter exist.

What's the difference between the different types of vacuum chambers?

Vacuum chambers can be categorized based on the level of vacuum they achieve, their design, and the specific applications they are used for. The differences often revolve around the construction materials, the technology used to create the vacuum and the ultimate purpose of the chamber. Here’s a breakdown of the different types of vacuum chambers:

1. Based on Vacuum Levels

  • Low Vacuum: These chambers typically operate at pressures just below atmospheric pressure, down to around 1 Torr. They are often used in industrial processes like vacuum drying and vacuum filtration.
  • Medium Vacuum: Operating at pressures from 1 Torr down to about 10^-3 Torr, medium vacuum chambers are used in processes like vacuum packaging and some forms of coating technologies.
  • High Vacuum: These chambers achieve pressures between 10^-3 and 10^-7 Torr. They are essential for applications such as electron microscopy, certain thin-film deposition methods, and many types of scientific research.
  • Ultra-High Vacuum: Operating at pressures below 10^-7 Torr, ultra-high vacuum chambers are crucial for advanced scientific research, including surface science experiments, particle physics, and certain high-precision manufacturing processes.

2. Based on Design and Material

  • Stainless Steel Chambers: These are the most common due to their high durability and low outgassing rates. They are used across all levels of vacuum for both research and industrial applications.
  • Glass Chambers: Often used in laboratory settings for medium and high vacuums, glass chambers allow for visibility of the processes inside and are generally used for experiments where observation is crucial.
  • Aluminum Chambers: These are used where lighter weight is beneficial. Aluminum can achieve a high-quality surface finish which is beneficial for ultra-high vacuum conditions but can have higher outgassing rates than stainless steel.

3. Based on Specific Applications

  • Space Simulation Chambers: These are large chambers designed to simulate the vacuum of space. They must be capable of achieving high or ultra-high vacuum conditions and are used to test spacecraft and satellite components.
  • Thermal Vacuum Chambers: Used primarily in aerospace testing, these chambers simulate both the vacuum and the temperature conditions of space. They are designed to cycle between extreme temperatures while maintaining a vacuum.
  • Degassing Chambers: Often used in materials science and manufacturing, degassing chambers are used to remove trapped gases from liquids and solids, such as resins, to prevent bubbles or weaknesses in the final product.
  • Cryogenic Chambers: These are specialized vacuum chambers designed to operate at extremely low temperatures, often in conjunction with achieving high vacuum conditions. They are used for experiments in physics that require cooling samples to near absolute zero.

What are the commonly used accessories for vacuum chambers?

Vacuum chambers require a variety of accessories to function efficiently and to enable specific tasks within the vacuum environment. Here are some of the most commonly used accessories for vacuum chambers:

1. Vacuum Pumps

  • Rotary Vane Pumps: Used for roughing and achieving low to medium vacuum.
  • Turbo-molecular Pumps: Common for achieving high vacuum.
  • Cryopumps and Ion Pumps: Used for ultra-high vacuum applications.

2. Vacuum Gauges

  • Thermocouple and Pirani Gauges: Measure pressure in low to medium vacuum ranges.
  • Ion Gauges: Used for high and ultra-high vacuum measurements.
  • Capacitance Manometers: Provide accurate pressure measurement across a broad range of vacuum levels.

3. Feedthroughs

  • Electrical Feedthroughs: Allow electrical signals or power to be passed into the chamber without compromising the vacuum.
  • Fluid Feedthroughs: Permit the passage of liquids or gases into or out of the vacuum chamber.
  • Mechanical Feedthroughs: Enable motion inside the vacuum, such as rotation or translation, controlled from outside.

4. Valves and Flanges

  • Gate Valves: Used to isolate different sections of the vacuum system or to separate the pump from the chamber.
  • Butterfly Valves: Often used for throttling the flow in larger pipes.
  • KF, CF, and ISO Flanges: Various flange types that provide airtight seals between different components of the vacuum system.

5. Heaters and Temperature Controllers

  • Heaters: Used to raise the temperature of the chamber or its contents for processes like outgassing or annealing.
  • Temperature Controllers: Monitor and control the temperature within the vacuum chamber to ensure process stability.

6. Mass Spectrometers and Residual Gas Analyzers

  • Mass Spectrometers: Analyze the composition of the vacuum by identifying gases present at low pressures.
  • Residual Gas Analyzers: Used to detect and measure trace amounts of gases and contaminants within the chamber.

7. Chamber Shrouds

  • Thermal Shrouds: Control the thermal environment inside the vacuum chamber, often used in space simulation tests.
  • Radiation Shrouds: Protect sensitive components from radiation within the chamber.

8. Manipulators and Sample Holders

  • Manipulators: Mechanical devices that allow precise movement and placement of samples or tools within the chamber.
  • Sample Holders: Secure samples in place during experiments or processing.

9. Baffle Plates and Traps

  • Baffle Plates: Reduce the speed and directionality of molecules, aiding in the pumping process and preventing contaminants from reaching sensitive areas.
  • Traps: Capture or neutralize unwanted gases or particles within the vacuum system.

10. Cleaning and Maintenance Tools

  • Cleaning Kits: Specialized tools and solutions designed for cleaning vacuum chambers and components to prevent contamination.

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