In vacuum systems chambers contain the vacuum at base pressures ranging over 10 orders of magnitude. The chambers physical characteristics are as varied as applications for which vacuum is used. They can be as small as a few millimeters in diameter or as large as a few meters in diameter. They can be as simple as a regular fourway cross or have hundreds of ports angled towards many internal focal points in many levels of the chamber.
Analytical chambers are designed for applications requiring the investigation of the chemical and physical properties of solid state surfaces, thin films and nanomaterials.read more
The cleaver chamber provides a UHV environment for cleaving crystal specimens.read more
The flow through high pressure reactors are designed to facilitate high pressure (up to 20 bar) experiments with various reaction gases.read more
The static high pressure reactors are designed to facilitate high pressure (up to 1 bar) experiments with various reaction gases.read more
The infrared chamber is specifically designed for IR Spectroscopic investigations. It is equipped with sample positioning mechanism, viewports and spare ports for future requirements.
The linear transfers are designed to transport sample holders/samples between chambers.read more
Load lock chambers provide a fast and clean method of introducing samples into UHV systems.read more