Monitoring and controlling processes, identifying leaks and contaminants, verifying gas purity, process/product quality assurance. These are just some of the essential factors required for an effective vacuum system.
Residual Gas Analysers (RGAs) are mass spectrometers designed to achieve the above as well as determine the composition of a residual atmosphere. This requires ionisation by electron impact using hardware which enables the various ion types produced to be sorted.
Despite their numerous benefits and application uses, they have an extremely complex three main-component operation and their results require specialist interpretation. There is a level of ambiguity in mass spectra.
In our eBook, you will be able to learn more about:
- The construction and composition of Residual Gas Analysers
- How to interpret mass spectra
- The different types of measurement modes and application uses
- Important terminology and their meaning
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