Vacuum Ovens

(63 companies)
Vacuum ovens are heat-treating ovens that use a low atmospheric pressure instead of a protective gas atmosphere. This helps to alleviate surface reactions.
Vacuum cups and vacuum pads engage an object and attach to it with an applied, sealed vacuum. The pads then lift, move, or position the work piece in assembly or inspection applications.

Pressure Instruments

(301 companies)
Pressure instruments are used to measure, monitor, record, transmit or control pressure.

Vacuum Furnaces

(98 companies)
Vacuum furnaces are heat-treating furnaces that use a low atmospheric pressure instead of a protective gas atmosphere. This helps to alleviate surface reactions.

Pressure Controllers

(286 companies)
Pressure controllers accept input from pressure sensors, transmitters, gauges, and other devices and subsequently control adjustment to the pressure to maintain or achieve the desired pressure level.

Gas Pressure Regulators

(279 companies)
Gas pressure regulators reduce the pressure of a gas, as it passes through a cylinder or process line, to another piece of equipment. Regulators are not flow control devices. They are used to control delivery pressure only.

Pressure Transmitters

(630 companies)
Pressure transmitters translate the low level output of a sensor or transducer to a higher level signal suitable for transmission to a site where it can be further processed. These devices include pressure sensors, transducers, elements, and instruments.

Vacuum Valves

(166 companies)
Vacuum valves are used when a vacuum must be maintained in a closed system.
Vacuum greases and vacuum pump oils are suitable for vacuum sealing, diffusion pumps and other vacuum fluid applications.

Vacuum Controllers

(36 companies)
Vacuum controllers monitor and control vacuum levels for process equipment such as vacuum furnaces, autoclaves, and coating machines.

Vacuum Tubes

(26 companies)
Vacuum tubes are electronic components used to amplify, switch, modify and/or create analog signals by controlling the movement of electrons in low-pressure spaces.

Pressure Relief Valves

(990 companies)
Pressure relief valves are self-actuated safety valves designed to relieve excess pressure upstream from the line.
Mechanical vacuum pumps and systems contain devices such as pistons, claws, scrolling spirals, and diaphragms to isolate and compress air.

High Vacuum Pumps

(108 companies)
High and ultrahigh vacuum pumps operate efficiently in the high vacuum region and develop molecular flow for highly evacuated systems.
Vacuum chambers and components are specialized vessels that can maintain a high vacuum process environment for manufacturing thin films, microelectronics, optics and materials.