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Parts for Ultra-High Vacuum

ULVAC offers ultra-high vacuum flanges (fixed, rotatable, conversion), ultra-high vacuum zero length viewing windows, current feedthroughs, etc.

Ultra-High Vacuum Flanges
UFC Series

UFC Series Ultra-High Vacuum Flanges

The UFC Series are knife-edge metal-seal bakeable flanges for ultra-high vacuums.
UFC flange is fully compatible with ICF flange

Ultra-High Vacuum Zero-Length Reducer Flanges

Ultra-High Vacuum Conversion Flanges

Ultra-high vacuum conversion flanges are used to connect UFC flanges of different sizes. (UFC flanges are knife-edge metal-seal bakeable flanges for ultra-high vacuums.)
UFC flange is fully compatible with the ICF flange.

Ultra-High Vacuum Zero-Length Viewing Ports
TVU-FV Series

TVU-FV Series Ultra-High Vacuum Zero Length Viewing Windows

The TVU-FV Series are viewing ports with a wide field of view. They enable observations of ultra-high vacuum in vacuum containers, from the atmosphere side. Their connecting flanges are knife-edge metal-seal bakeable types for vacuum systems.

Ultra-High Vacuum Rotary Feedthroughs
TDU Series

TDU Series Ultra-High Vacuum Rotary Feedthroughs

The TDU Series are rotary feedthroughs enabling objects in vacuum chambers at ultra-high vacuum pressure to be rotated manually from the vacuum system's atmosphere side. When the handle on the atmosphere side is turned, the rotation is conveyed through a bellows to rotate the shaft on the vacuum side.

Ultra-High Vacuum Linear Feedthroughs
TSU Series

TSU Series Ultra-High Vacuum Linear Feedthroughs

The TSU Series are linear feedthroughs enabling objects in vacuum chambers at ultra-high vacuum pressure to be moved linearly from the vacuum system's atmosphere side. When the handle on the atmosphere side is turned, the shaft on the vacuum side moves in a linear direction.

Electrical Feedthroughs
CMS Series

CMS Series Electrical Feedthroughs

The CMS Series are electrical feedthroughs for passing current and applying voltage to vacuum chambers with pressure ranging from atmospheric pressure to ultra-high vacuum.

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