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What's New with the StrataVac?

Posted by Kerry O'Brien on Jun 25, 2018 10:59:24 AM

The StrataVac is one of our leading products for customers looking to both measure and maintain pressure. It is a more complex device that offers a number of different configurations, making it possible for every customer to get exactly what they need.   In this post we will discuss the four most common configurations of the StrataVac unit, including: Regulator card and valve Two thermocouple sensors Wireless ethernet port Capacitance manometers
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Topics: StrataVac 2018, Vacuum Control, Vacuum Regulation, Multi-sensor Vacuum Controller

How to get your VPC Up and Running

Posted by Kerry O'Brien on Nov 27, 2017 11:13:59 AM

Hooking up Digivac VPC DigiVac has expanded their product line to include controllers specifically geared to the Botanical Industry and those trying to extract material from plants. With this expanding industry there is a need and an opportunity to make certain parts of the extraction process easier. Have you ever looked at vacuum equipment and thought to yourself “Where do I begin?’ “How do I hook this thing up?” Well, we have developed a controller that won’t have you asking those questions.  
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Take Control of Your Process with DigiVac's New Vapor Pressure Controller

Posted by Kerry O'Brien on Sep 26, 2017 9:11:21 AM

The Vapor Pressure Controller is DigiVac’s newest product release. This instrument has the ability to help those working in the botanical market easily process plant material through automated distillations. It both measures and maintains the pressure within rotovaps, or any type of vacuum system, following the profile created on the Vapor Pressure Profile Manager - a free, downloadable software that comes with the purchase of a VPC.
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Accessing Vacuumnetwork.org for the First Time

Posted by Kerry O'Brien on Aug 2, 2017 8:51:16 AM

Many of our customers have shown an interest in using vacuumnetwork.org, and we’d like to make it easier for you to connect for the first time. Below are step-by-step instructions on how to connect your gauge and app to vacuumnetwork.org.
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Vacuum Gauge 2.0: A Recap

Posted by Kerry O'Brien on Jul 24, 2017 4:08:31 PM

Just a Recap: As many of you know, the newest version of the Vacuum Gauge app, Vacuum Gauge 2.0, is now available in the Google Play store. There are many similarities to the original, 1.0, app, but this version gives the user even more functionality and usability. With this release the user can expand their circle of communication and bring the entire team of engineers, technicians, and researchers together, even if they are miles apart. In effect, the new and/or upgraded features of Vacuum Gauge 2.0 makes the jobs of everyone involved in the vacuum process easier!
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DigiVac in Nashville for AVS 2016

Posted by Kerry O'Brien on Nov 4, 2016 4:41:46 PM

The DigiVac Company will be at AVS 2016 in Nashville! At the exhibit we will be presenting: The new Bullseye Precision Gauge® Pirani with Bluetooth: A portable vacuum gauge with a Pirani sensor that has 12 units of measurement and Bluetooth connectivty to a smart phone or tablet. VacStable Vacuum Control Valve: A new vacuum bleed valve for maintaining pressures from 10 mTorr to 10 Torr. Improved Vacuum Gauge app: We are launching a new smartphone app that has graphing capability and the ability to monitor real time readings any where in the world from a web browser. To see a demonstration of the real time monitoring, visit vacuumnetwork.org. In-situ optical monitoring: An optical monitoring system used for advanced MOVCD process control that allows for broad spectrum analysis. Our exhibit will focus on the functionality and usability of each product as well as the features that make them beneficial to your workplace. Come visit us at booth 518!
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Vacuum: Where to begin?

Posted by Kerry O'Brien on Oct 5, 2016 11:09:25 AM

I recently started working at The DigiVac Company and have been so excited to learn, but having no previous knowledge of vacuum made my first weeks somewhat difficult. As I sat in training sessions and meetings, all I could keep thinking was “this is really cool!....but how am I going to retain it all?” Vacuum is such an intimidating subject in the beginning, and when you’re in a position where you need to know it in order to excel, these questions may be the first that come to mind:  What is vacuum? How can it be used? Where can I find it? Is it dangerous? If it is invisible, how do I see vacuum? I know these were the questions on the tip of my tongue my first week and I hope that providing the answers to them will help you along your new journey into understanding and using vacuum.
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