Residual gas analysis
Residual gas analysis is used for process control and contamination monitoring in vacuum systems.
Hiden Analytical release their new catalogue describing the latest range of mass spectrometers and micro-reactor systems designed specifically for gas and vapour analysis in catalytic and thermal reaction and desorption processes.
The Hiden HPR-20 QIC TMS Transient Mass Spectrometer system is specifically configured for analysis of fast gas reaction processes operating through a broad pressure regime from 2 bar down to a low 100 mbar. Applications include flash-heating studies, respiratory analysis, sorption/desorption rate monitoring and assessment of gas/surface interaction kinetics.
The new Bluebridge™ Adapter SLKBT allows for wireless communication of up to 16 Smartline™ vacuum transducers. The Bluetooth® wireless connection reaches up to 100 m (class 1).
Leybold vacuum technology and measuring equipment enables the proof of gravitational waves predicted by Einstein
Vacuum technology promotes fundamental research.
Lightweight for mobile applicationsHigh compression for light gasesReduces energy consumption by up to 90 percent
Smartline vacuum transducers can adapt themselves exactly to predominant ambient conditions of your vacuum application. Practically speaking: The 0 – 10 V output signal of the transmitters is scalable in accordance with the desired characteristic curve.
FLIR Systems announces a new article that describes the development of an innovative robot system for remote detection and localization of gas leaks in large industrial facilities.
Global range of leak detector solutions since 1966Leak detector using helium or hydrogen as tracer gasNew leak detectors on the market
Hiden are exhibiting their latest laboratory gas analysers at Pittcon 2016, 6th - 10th March, Atlanta GA, USA where Hiden will feature their latest HPR-20 systems for direct real time analysis, quantification and control of gas related processes ranging in pressure from 100 mbar to 50 bar.
Highest performance in helium and hydrogenReliable, fast and sensitiveFor industrial leak detection systems
Vacuum Supports Energy Efficiency
Next Generation of High Vacuum Pump System
The Hiden HPR-40 DSA mass spectrometer systems are engineered specifically for monitoring dissolved gaseous content in aqueous solutions.
First helium plasma was generated at the nuclear fusion reactor Wendelstein 7-X of the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP) has been successful.
Due to increased demand The Kurt J. Lesker Company® has announced the expansion to its current European regions. Effective January 4, 2016 the new geographical territory to be managed by KJLC Ltd will be called EMEIA (Europe, Middle East, India & Africa).