Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum offers a wide range of advanced vacuum solutions for use in manufacturing and analytical processes, as well as for research purposes.
Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum GmbH is one of the most successful vacuum technology suppliers on the market, offering a broad range of advanced vacuum components and solutions. Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum supports industrial manufacturing of coating and analytical processes, as well as research & development.
The core capabilities center on the development of application- and customer-specific systems for creating vacuums and extracting process gases. Highly trained and experienced engineers provide customer-specific consulting. The world’s largest vacuum technology service network with a variety of after-sale services ensures process stability.
As a world leader in vacuum technology for more than 160 years, Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum has helped our customers to reach their goals by maintaining a close eye on the smallest details. Our ability to re-shape and combine proven technology with future market demands and state-of-the art manufacturing precision are matched by our best-in-class application engineering and the ability to simplify our customers’ service process.
As our broad product range is built on the real-world experience and the engineering expertise of our employees, our customers know they can count on us for robust vacuum solutions that set standards for best performance and return on investment.
Oerlikon Leybold vacuum technology and measuring equipment enables the proof of gravitational waves predicted by Einstein
Vacuum technology promotes fundamental research.
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Next Generation of High Vacuum Pump System
DRYVAC SYSTEMS for Thin Film Coating Processes - Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum offers optimized Solutions for Flat Panel Display Manufacturing
Oerlikon Leybold Vacuum introduces a broad line of vacuum pump systems and accessories specifically optimized for thin film coating processes such as flat panel display applications.
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.