Capacitance manometers are modern devices that are much more accurate than their predecessors. Use this article to learn about their many benefits.
You can find vacuum technology in a lot more places than you might think. Here are a few of vacuum technology’s roles in various different industries.
What is Vacuum and How Is It Measured? For someone new to the idea, vacuum can seem a little complicated, but the truth is that it’s not all that difficult to understand. Vacuum is used in many more places than one might first believe, including fields such as food processing, material handling, and industrial and laboratory applications. So, what is vacuum exactly? In this article, we’ll tell you exactly what vacuum is and how it is measured so you can get a better idea about what it is we do and why we do it. What Is Vacuum? Vacuum is
Fundamentals of Convection-Enhanced Pirani Gauges Convection-enhanced Pirani gauges work on the same principle as thermocouple sensors, where vacuum measurement is made based on the rate of heat loss from an excited sensor wire. Additional heat loss occurs due to convection at higher pressures. This type of gauge takes advantage of this heat loss and the range of measurement is extended compared to a thermocouple-type sensor, whose usable range is considerably shorter. They also have a faster response time than thermocouples, in milliseconds compared to seconds. They are popular in a wide range of industries due to their wide range of measurement. DigiVac has
New Offer: StrataVac Convection-Pirani Gauge The new convection pirani controllers from DigiVac are incredibly versatile. They are the newest convection-enhanced pirani entrant into the market, and add a host of features previously unavailable with the other convection pirani controller offers. Ability to control 1, 2, or 3 convection-enhanced pirani sensors by a single instrument Ability to combine multiple pirani gauges with wide range gauges or capacitance manometers Native ability to control valves for vent, load lock and vacuum process control with the Convectron pirani sensor Simple easy to use large 7” touch screen with graphing and large numbers to display
3 Reasons Why You Need a Bullseye Gauge for Your Vacuum Oven The gauges that are often built into many of the vacuum ovens on the market are, in fact, not the best gauges for vacuum drying or extraction. These small, circular gauges are “inches of mercury” gauges. In this video and blog, we overview the 3 reasons why you should add a DigiVac Bullseye Gauge, to your vacuum oven set-up. The Bullseye Precision Gauge is a digital vacuum gauge has become the trusted standard for SPD processing, but lets explore why you should use it on your vacuum oven
Importance of Vacuum Control for Vacuum Ovens Benefits of Vacuum Controllers for Vacuum Drying Processes Benefits of Vacuum Control on Vacuum Ovens: Vacuum ovens, in general, offer a more gentle way to dry things. Adding vacuum control (or vacuum oven controllers) builds on these vacuum drying advantages. Vacuum control for a vacuum ovens is important because it: Provides precise control to the drying process, enabling a more repeatable drying process and result Slows down the initial pumpdown of a vacuum drying process, which helps to do two things: Ensure that lighter materials are not sucked into the vacuum pump Ensure
2020 Innovations in Vacuum Measurement and Control Read about DigiVac’s year end highlights in this blog and share some holiday cheer! Greetings from DigiVac! This has been a unique year for everyone, and an especially challenging one for many. In the holiday spirit, DigiVac would love to shed some light and positivity by sharing our most cheerful memories of the year. DigiVac spent the year cooking up some exciting innovations to help make Vacuum Measurement and Control easier. By eliminating typical bottlenecks, our solutions have helped make our customers lives a bit less difficult. Here are a few 2020 highlights: Supported