CORROSION RESISTANT SENSORS | How Durable are They? Back in May, an article was released about the new corrosion resistant pirani vacuum sensors. Previously, sensors were limited due to the exposed materials that were subject to corrosive gasses and aggressive etch processes, which we at DigiVac and our customers have observed as well. Thus, with the introduction of the corrosion resistant pirani sensors, there exists an option for a more durable vacuum sensor. These come with a protective coating, acting as a barrier against any aggressive gasses. It either comes in a ceramic or Parylene coating. CERAMIC VS. PARYLENE Ceramic is advantageous in that it is highly corrosion resistant,
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Arometrix met with John and Brian of Hashatron to do some research with extraction finding during a solventless extraction. The purpose of our research was to figure out if the Extraction finder can give actionable information for how to improve a solventless process.
We created an open source python solution that utilizes serial communication and DV CUP to graphically display vacuum information on a PC. Read more to Learn how to starting our free GUI Link!
The Vacuum Terminology You Should Know Introduction: Vacuum terminology has evolved over time. In order to describe what you are looking for, it is helpful to have a guide that describes what different terms mean so people from different industries can communicate with one another. We’ll start from the beginning and focus on vacuum measurement and control. The term vacuum gauge has a meaning when talking with people in the scientific and industrial vacuum communities, and another meaning in the MRO market (Maintenance, Repair and Operations, such as HVAC). In MRO, people are typically referring to fairly inexpensive all in