Some materials are super sensitive to temperature making it more difficult to vacuum dry . It is crucial to make sure that the temperature remains constant as it can end in a loss of materials if an error were to happen. Not being able to completely control your vacuum can result in making you restart the process back to square one.
Category: Calibration, Accuracy
The precise vacuum control of the SNAP is driven by the integrated patent-pending Dinamo valve with delivers both proportional vacuum control as well as proportional bleed control and supports high flow with KF25 orifices so its ideal for your larger cubic foot ovens. The internal sensor is isolated from your vacuum drying process so that the sensor won’t get contaminated and vapors will not disrupt your readings. The SNAP is designed for highly precise control and is ideal for automating vacuum oven control in the 1 torr to 775 torr range. With the SNAP you are able to Automate your vacuum control through the click of a button.
Are Your Vacuum Gauges NIST calibrated? See Why It Matters The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), is a measurement standards laboratory whose mission is to maintain the integrity and consistency of measurement standards in the US. NIST standards ensure consistency of measurement and are applied to digital vacuum instrumentation. Technical requirements are published in Handbook 44 that provides the “Specifications, tolerances, and other technical requirements for weighing and measuring devices”. Um, HELLO vacuum gauge manufacturers….take a listen here…. As a vacuum consumer, why is this important to you? You want to make sure that your vacuum gauge is consistent