The Fundamentals of Vacuum Generation
Our eBook describes the basics of vacuum generation along with the key concepts, parameters, and terminologies included. If you're also looking to find out more about the different classifications of pump technologies and what you should be looking out for when selecting a vacuum pump for your chosen operation, download our eBook below:
Vacuum Pump Technologies Explained
This guide explains the different types of vacuum pump technologies available and how to assess the right pump for your application or industry by looking at process conditions, vacuum levels and operating ranges. We also discuss the benefits and limitations of each specific vacuum pump which you can read more about by downloading our eBook below:
The Essential Guide to Vacuum Leak Detection
Our eBook explores the importance of obtaining a leak-tight system, the various methods available for detecting vacuum leaks and the advantages and disadvantages of these. We also discuss the fundamentals of Helium leak testing, including challenges and measurement methods. Learn more by downloading our eBook below:
An Introduction to Vacuum Simulation
This eBook discusses the fundamentals of vacuum simulation including the technical and theoretical background, the implication of simulation for different pressure ranges and how to overcome vacuum simulation complexities such as pump calculations. We also explore the different bespoke simulation software tools available. Learn more by downloading your free copy below:
The Ultimate Guide to Residual Gas Analysis
Our eBook explores the operation, construction and application uses of Residual Gas Analysers as well as their benefits and limitations. We also discuss the different types of measurement modes used for this and how to interpret the data obtained. Learn more by downloading our eBook below:
Vacuum Technology in Medical Applications
Our eBook explores the role of vacuum technology in the medical industry including central medical systems in hospitals, Plasma Sterilisation, MRIs and X-ray rubes. We also discuss the importance of vacuum pumps for medical therapy such as proton, tumour and heavy ion therapy. Learn more by downloading our eBook below:
The Fundamentals of High, Ultra-High and Extreme High Vacuum
Our eBook explores how high vacuum (HV), ultra-high vacuum (UHV) and extreme high vacuum (XHV) conditions are generated and operate. We also discuss the different challenges associated with working in each condition, use cases, vacuum measurement and leak detection methods. Learn more by downloading our eBook below.
Vacuum Applications: a kaleidoscope of possibilities
Our eBook explores the different types of applications and use cases of vacuum science and technology. This includes research and development such as nuclear fusion, space and medical research. Learn about the different analytical instruments that use vacuum technology such as residual gas analysers, how vacuum is used in food preservation and much more.
Simple Guide to Vacuum Measurement
This guide explains the different types of gauges available for vacuum measurement and how to select the right gauge and controller by assessing the uses, benefits and limitations. We also discuss the differences between direct and indirect vacuum pressure measurement. Discover more by downloading your free copy of the guide here:
Contamination in Vacuum Systems and its Control
Our eBook describes the fundamentals of contamination including the various sources, how they enter vacuum systems and the implication they have on vacuum process and quality. We also discuss how to mitigate and control contaminants in a range of vacuum applications as well as the impact of outgassing. Discover more by downloading our eBook below:
Troubleshooting Vacuum Systems
Our eBook explores how to identify the root cause of malfunctions in a vacuum system. Whether this is contamination of the chamber, slow evacuation time, troublesome pumps or poor ambient conditions. Learn how to improve the operational capability of your vacuum system downloading our eBook below:
Vacuum Technology in Space Applications
Our eBook explores the role of vacuum technology in various space applications including satellites and the vacuum test requirements for space simulation. We also discuss the importance of vacuum conditions for telescopes and gravitational wave detectors. Learn more by downloading our eBook below:
The Fundamentals of Rough and Medium Vacuum
Our eBook explores how rough vacuum and medium vacuum conditions are generated and operate. We also discuss the different challenges associated with working in each condition, use cases, pump requirements, vacuum measurement and leak detection methods. Learn more by downloading our eBook below.
Introduction to Vacuum Coating Technology
Vacuum Coating — also called ‘Thin Film Technology’; or Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD) — is one of the most widely used applications of vacuum technology. Download our eBook to learn more about the historical development, the basic principles underpinning the generating of thin films, and the general layout
of coating devices.