Turbomolecular pumps aimed at UHV applications
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Turbo-V 750 Twistorr
Agilent has released a line of turbomolecular high-vacuum pumps that are said to be suited for ultra-high vacuum (UHV) applications requiring the highest level of compression ratios for light gases.
Using patented Twistorr molecular drag technology, Agilent has developed the Turbo-V 750 Twistorr, the Turbo-V 850 Twistorr and the Turbo-V 2300 Twistorr.
The turbomolecular pumps are said to greatly increase pumping efficiency in a very compact space and provide significant improvements in performance.
Turbomolecular high-vacuum pumps are used for applications such as analytical instrumentation; thin-film deposition; space simulation; fusion technology; particle accelerators and synchrotrons; and other industrial applications.
High foreline pressure tolerance permits the use of a smaller, low-cost backing pump, further reducing system size.
The Twistorr pumps also feature a bearing and dry lubrication suspension system that is maintenance free, eliminates oil and risk of contamination, and permits installation in any orientation.
The Turbo-V 2300 Twistorr pump has a dedicated rack controller unit, making it suited for accelerator and synchrotron light sources, and other radioactive applications.
The Turbo-V 750 Twistorr and Turbo-V 850 Twistorr offer a pumping system with a fully integrated 48V DC controller or as a standalone pump with a universal voltage rack controller unit.
OEM customers in need of system integrations have access to fully integrated electronics in several applications, such as analytical instrumentation, thin-film deposition and surface analysis.
Research institutes and universities that require manual pump operation can use the full-rack controller solution.
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