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Making Vacuum Gauges Radiation Tolerant in High Radiation Environments

Posted by Tom Matthews on Jul 1, 2015 3:09:27 PM

Electronics, when exposed to radiation, will degrade and eventually fail, but methods can be adopted to extend their life. A customer who was integrating one of our 801W units into a system required the device to pass a radiation life test.  It failed! Read on to see what we did to fix it…
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Topics: Custom Vacuum Solutions

Does your job suck? 3 things that make HVAC troubleshooting easier....

Posted by Tom Matthews on Aug 22, 2014 7:00:00 AM

  You're on your 3rd callback, in a cramped space, it's hot, muggy and you are not getting paid nearly enough.  Sound familiar? Working in the HVAC industry can suck at times. Over several years, our innovative vacuum scientists conducted an extensive study of HVAC professions. They concluded that callbacks and stress levels could be minimized with a few simple changes.
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Topics: HVAC, Vacuum Analytics

The best way to calibrate a vacuum gauge..with and without pressure

Posted by Tom Matthews on Aug 18, 2014 8:00:00 AM

The best way to calibrate a vacuum gauge when pressure is available is to compare it to a standard.
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Topics: HVAC, Calibration, Accuracy