Vacuum Measurement Instrumentation for Analytical Equipment Manufacturers
Vacuum processes play a key role in many scientific instruments, especially those which use electron or ion beams for their analytical or imaging techniques. Low pressures allow charged particles to travel freely and interact with samples without colliding with air molecules. InstruTech vacuum gauges and controllers offer superior performance and exceptional reliability to meet these requirements.
Some types of vacuum based instrumentation include:
- Mass Spectrometry – an analytical method that measures the atomic mass of charged particles which helps determine the identity of the sample being analyzed. Innovations in vacuum technology are contributing to the success in this field of analytical instrumentation.
- Electron Microscopy and surface analysis – a method of measurements using electron beams to enhance optical post-magnification. This is used for quality assurance in the semiconductor industry due to significantly higher magnifications and resolution.
- Leak detection – a quality assurance method to identify where leaks are occurring. This is useful to a variety of different areas such as automotive industry, air conditioning and refrigeration, vacuum chambers or vacuum packaging.
InstruTech vacuum gauges, controllers and modules provide highly reliable vacuum pressure measurement and control solutions throughout the spectrum of vacuum processes used today. Vacuum measurement technologies available from InstruTech are convection enhanced Pirani, hot cathode Bayard-Alpert and cold cathode double inverted magnetron ionization gauges. Products using these technologies have been developed at InstruTech by a team of vacuum technology professionals who have been designing and manufacturing vacuum measurement and control instrumentation for more than thirty years. Our experience and expertise will provide you with the most advanced, yet affordable vacuum measurement instrumentation available today.