BAROCEL vacuum gauge Edwards Vacuum is commonly used to control systems in various processes. With an accuracy of up to 0.15%, they are used from industrial furnaces to the production of semiconductors.
BAROCEL vacuum gauge Edwards Vacuum:
Miniaturised accuracy – Barocel 7025m
For those who need measurement accuracy on a budget. Built on the same principles as the higher ratings of the Barocel 7000, it has the same ceramic sensor technology and excellent zero stability. Recognizing the market need for a smaller, more cost-effective solution, this is the first step towards a more efficient system.
Benchmark performance – Barocel 7025
Designed to provide repeatable high performance. These are the measures that set the standard in a wide range of applications. Providing a high level of accuracy, they are designed to be fit and forget, with multiple levels of internal protection. Baffle, coatings and shielding fitted as standard, plus excellent zero stability and mounting in any orientation.
Temperature control – Barocel 7045 and 7100
Using the same measuring cell found in the 7025, these meters have integrated heaters to keep them at constant temperatures. For sharp gas applications where condensation can cause a problem, two levels of heated indicators are implemented. Heated to a constant temperature of 45 ° C (7045) or 100 ° C (7100), they ensure that no condensate can get into the meter, which could damage the control network.
- Low cost of ownership – the device is maintenance-free and therefore generates no additional costs.
- Dual set point on board, which gives you the ability to trigger actions with built-in settings.
- No drift – suitable for load blocking / difficult processes thanks to the robust sensor design
- Semiconductors: load lock, PVD, CVD, Etch
- High energy physics: beam lines, accelerators, laser evacuation, medical systems
- Analytical: Mass spectrometry and electron microscopy
- Quality control: reference vacuum, batch control
- Industrial: coating systems, ovens, sterilization, food processing, oxidation
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