With the development of more sophisticated pumps capable of producing ever higher vacuum levels, the ways in which vacuum technology is being utilised has exploded and now encompasses a wide range of applications.
One of the most common uses of vacuum technology is in research and development. This includes the study of particle physics, conducted in particle accelerators and nuclear fusion.
Vacuum science has also been integral to major scientific advancements, such as the detection of gravitational waves black holes.
DISCOVER MORE ABOUT THE KEY APPLICATIONS OF VACUUM SCIENCE IN OUR EBOOK, INCLUDING:
- How vacuum pumps are used in food preservation, space research and mass-spectrometry.
- Emerging technologies such as vacuum insulated glazing.
- The role of vacuum tubes in the Hyperloop.
- How vacuum technology has transformed the medical industry.
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