Anyone working with vacuum technology will know how crucial it is to have an effective vacuum system.
There are a range of unwanted physical entities such as water vapour, dust and lubrication oils that can disrupt this, known as contamination. This can have serious implications for an achievable vacuum, vacuum quality and ultimate process quality.
Knowing how to control contamination is pivotal for a successful vacuum system. However, you will first need to understand how contamination sources can enter different vacuum applications such as semiconductor fabrication, mass spectrometry and electron microscopy.
In our eBook, you will be able to learn more about:
- The sources of contamination
- The source of water vapour
- How to mitigate the impact of outgassing
- Contamination control in different vacuum applications
- The limitations on ultimate vacuum achieved in a turbomolecular pumped system
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